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A great farm with opportunity for return on investment. We are pleased to offer this quality row crop farm in Ray County, MO, located only one hour NE of Kansas City, just west of Stet, MO. This contiguous farm is a mix of quality creek bottom and rolling hills with terrace & tile improvements. The farm has been well cared for by a long term tenant. The operator would like to continue farming the property and I would encourage an investor to talk with him. The lease agreement does provide an option for the farm to be open next year.
TWO POSSIBLE PURCHASE OPTONS:
OPTION ONE, THE ENTIRE FARM:
The total farm, as it is listed and priced, offers 373.54+/- total acres with 332.03+/- FSA cropland acres. Note: a portion of the tillable acres are currently in pasture but could be gained. 263 acres are currently cash rented at $185.00 per acre. Additional income is available from a three bedroom home with basement, newer roof, siding, and windows. If you enjoy hunting, the house would make a great get-away. The farm offers good food sources, water, and timber for deer hunting.
OPTION TWO, WEST OF CREEK:
A second option is to purchase only the portion of the farm west of Wakenda Creek. This eliminates the house, pasture, and provides a new owner with the largest percentage of bottom and row crop. Subject to survey, the area west of the creek offers 279+/- total acres, with 245+/- FSA Cropland acres. 226+/- are currently cash rented at $185 per acre.
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