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This 160+/- acre parcel is a true secluded sanctuary. Located on a dead end road, the access to this quarter section is very limited, but that seclusion results in a property that boasts a unbelievably diverse wildlife population. It also has a wide range of habitat and terrain changes . From the 40 foot cliffs along the creek in the northwest corner, to the rolling draws lined with cedars and locust trees, to the thick CRP grass interspersed with plum thickets, this tract has it all.
The approximately 100 acres of CRP recently expired and this property is ready for food plots or to be converted back into crop land. Either way, with the outstanding remaining cover on the property, food plots or commercial crop land will only serve to improve the hunting on this tract.
On a recent tour of the property, whitetail and mule deer, bobcat, pheasant and quail were seen.
With the neighboring commercial cropland, this property is situated in a perfect spot to pattern deer as they move from bed to feed. This property was covered with game trails, many of which can be seen from the aerial photos.
The best hunting on the property is on the northern end, which cannot be seen from the road to the south. With the road having no outlet and layout of the terrain, it is very likely that anyone hunting this property will ever see another vehicle or hunter. There is virtually zero visibility into the best portions of the property. The closest roads are 1/2 mile north and 2 miles east.
Mineral rights are negotiable.
Located 7 miles west and 4 miles north of Hill City.
Just a 4.5 hour drive to Denver or Kansas City.
QUAIL / PHEASANT
For more information on this property contact Mark Morris at (785) 324-1495