This 160+/- acre tract of native grass is located in western Reno County, Kansas near the town of Sylvia. This area of the state is home to both bobwhite quail and pheasants, along with the trophy whitetail deer that Kansas is well known for. There currently is a Conservation Reserve Program contract on the southernmost 83.42 acres paying $3,266 per year. This CRP contract is a 10-year contract ending on 9/30/2032. The current enrollment time of only 1 year means a new owner could cancel the contract for a minimal fee in order to graze the entire quarter section with cattle. The unique topography on this farm consists of a gradual valley flowing to the northern property boundary. This could potentially be developed to collect water for cattle by constructing a small pond dam. The view of the valley is also a perfect backyard setting for watching the deer grazing in the grassland. Electricity is available on both adjoining roads, and it is only one mile from a paved county road. Pasture grass is in high demand, and this is an excellent tract that could increase a producer's grazing acres!
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