80+/- Acres of Native Grass Pasture in Reno County, Kansas!
This excellent stand of native grass pasture is perfect to add acres to your cattle grazing operation! The owner has maintained the grass stand by grazing cow/calf pairs at a moderate stocking rate and controlling the spread of cedar trees and plum thickets. This annual management plan has maximized the amount of forage available for livestock during the growing season. There is a groundwater well with a solar powered pump providing year-round fresh water. Perimeter barbed-wire fencing on all four sides with CRP grass on the neighbor to the north and west, a county road with entrance gate on the south side, and a center pivot irrigated circle located to the east. In the southeast corner next to the entry gate is a catch pen for loading out livestock at the end of the season. The shelter belt on the north end is situated completely inside the perimeter fence with an access path wide enough for fence maintenance with a UTV or 4-wheeler. 69.9 acres of the pasture are enrolled in the Conservation Stewardship Program - Grassland Conservation Initiative (CSP-GCI) providing income of $1259.00 per year through 2024 without any grazing restrictions tied to the contract. The shelterbelt consists of a nice mix of large cottonwood, elm, redcedar, and pine trees providing ample shade for cattle in the summer or hanging tree stands to hunt in the fall. Deer frequently use the shelterbelt for bedding and as a travel lane for accessing the irrigated crop circles to the east. Check out the recent trail camera photos of bachelor buck groups recently on the property. Numerous large rubs and scrapes still remain from the deer rut last fall. Immediate possession is available for turning cattle out in the spring! Clean grass pasture for grazing cattle is very hard to find right now, call now so you don't miss out on this one!
To inquire about the listing and schedule a private tour contact land specialist and wildlife biologist Kyle McDonald at 620-960-8690.
Legal Description: 80+/- acres in the E/2 of the SW/4 of S33-T23S-R10W
Driving Directions: From the intersection of Highway 50 and South Netherland Road in western Reno County near the town of Sylvia, drive 1.5 miles north to West Morgan Avenue. Then travel 1.5 miles west to the southeast corner of the property.
Mineral rights are negotiable to sell with the property. Mineral rights are currently leased. Seller reserves the livestock water tank.
2021 Taxes: $95.21
Centrally Located Between Hutchinson, Pratt, and Great Bend
Excellent Native Grass
Open for Spring Grazing
Solar Livestock Well
Whitetail Deer Hunting
3 miles from Sylvia, KS.
30 Minutes West of Hutchinson, KS.
1 Hour Northwest of Wichita, KS.