If you are in the market for an excellent farm in Kansas famed unit 16 that gives you some passive income, ability to manage and improve then this farm is your ticket to paradise. The farm has approximately 126 acres of Class II Shellabarger fine sandy Loam. This part of the farm will give the new owner nice passive income or a great candidate for increased wildlife management practices like CRP boarders, pollinator program or food plots. The grass portion of the property is a great makeup of valleys and hill tops giving the property excellent topography that big mature deer want and need. Plum thickets cover this area giving quail some of the best habitat they can have. There are multiple dry creek draws that run up this farm and are big travel corridors for deer on the property. With 295 +/- acres you will have multiple stand locations for additional hunters or changing winds. This property provides a lot of opportunity for the hunter that is willing to manage his way into growing big deer. The neighbor hood is right and has a history of good age structure. If you also like to load a shotgun and work a dog the amount of quail on this property is like something I have never seen before. Multiple coveys through out and many good fence rows to walk a dog. This is an excellent, secluded neighborhood that will give you a chance to soak up excellent Kansas sunsets while chasing a lifetime Kansas buck year after year.
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