This 150+/- acres is situated in an excellent corridor to take advantage of the travel patterns of the local mule deer and whitetails. This property is on the main creek in the area, which provides the only mature timber within several miles. This feature concentrates the wildlife into a small corridor leading right by this property. This property has produced many trophy mule deer over the years and also holds some whitetail as well. Although there are county roads on two sides of this farm, there is little road traffic and virtually no pressure from surrounding areas. This property is out "away from it all".
This farm features excellent silt loam soils. There are approximately 130 acres of tillable ground,currently planted to corn, with the balance being timber and grass.
With the tillable acres planted to corn, the area wildlife have food, water and cover all right together. This property provides it all in a concentrated area.
Included with the property is a 40'x120' open sided hay barn. This would make an excellent shelter to park a camper/RV under while hunting the property. Electricity is right across the road and could be brought in very easily.
All mineral rights held by sellers will transfer.
Legal Description: NW 1/4 Sec 17, T 4, R 31
NW corner of the property is the intersection of Road K and Road 32
15 Miles from Atwood, KS and 25 miles from Oberlin, KS
4.5 Hours from Denver, 5.5 hours from Kansas City
For more information or to schedule a private showing contact Mark Morris at 785-324-1495