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320 Acres Washington County, Kansas Land
The S 13-3-5, Little Blue Township, Washington County, Kansas
This farm, 320 acres, more or less, consists of approximately 175 acres excellent native grass CRP, with the balance being grassland, draws, and timber. The excellent cover and wooded areas provide abundant habitat for whitetail deer, turkey, and other wildlife. There are five ponds, two seasonal creeks, and several good locations for additional water. There are two food plots that total five acres. This farm is bordered by managed wildlife property on two sides. Many trophy whitetail deer and turkey have been harvested from this farm. This is an excellent, secluded wildlife/hunting property, located on good dirt and rock roads.
The CRP contracts expire in 2020 and 2021. The annual CRP total payment is $11,272. The 2015 taxes were $2,609. The pasture is leased for this year, which provides additional income.
This farm is located four miles south and two miles east of the Pony Express truck stop at the intersection of US-36 & K-148. The southwest corner of the farm is the intersection of 15th Road and Cross Creek Road.
Raymond Bott Realty & Auction
Washington, Kansas 785-325-2734, 747-8017 or 747-6888
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