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70 acres in Bourbon County, Kansas

Ivory Rd, Elsmore, Kansas 66779 - Bourbon County
$173,250 70 Acres
Property ID 3245124


Heres 70 acres that has been in the same family for over 60 years. The genectics on this farm are proven to produce again and again. The hilltop native grass serves as a natural travel route into the fields into the Marmaton river bottom. The timbered ridge runs the length of the property and is home to large oaks, pecans, walnuts and other big timber. Setting in a low pressured region and little to no road pressure this farm can and will produce quality bucks year after year. The grass can generate $1600/yr income for a little ROI. The Bourbon state lake adjoins the southern end of the farm and offers easy excellent crappie bass and catfish for that afternoon break between hunts. The Seller "may" also offer additional hunting grounds to the new buyer of the farm. This is a great little tract in a truly proven area. Anyone who has hunted this area can vouch for the quality of the deer populations as well as the number of turkeys around. The top pasture offers 2-3 great foodplot/feeder locations that can only make this farm that much better and the Seller has said he is happy to help manage/maintain those for a Buyer. You are basically buying a farm with the property manager included. For more info and pics visit our website directly.....

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