Quivira Flyway 640
Quivira Flyway 640
640+/- Acres of Excellent Waterfowl Hunting, Deer Hunting, Tillable Acres and CRP Close to Quivira National Wildlife Refuge.
Farms are selling as a whole - Seller WILL NOT split the farms.
Location: Approximately 40 miles west of Hutchinson Kansas. 1.5 Hours from Wichita Airport.
Legal Description: 640+/- Acres. Sw/4 of S16-T23S-R11W. NW/4 of S13-T23S-R11W. SW/4 of S14-T23S-R11W. NW/4 of S8-T23S-R11W.
2021 Taxes: $3,705.15
Property description: It takes years to find good waterfowl properties close to the refuge. These particular farms have been hand selected over the last 15 years based on waterfowl first and big deer second. The CRP grass is an added bonus for not only whitetail habitat, but great cover for the high pheasant and quail population. There have been several trophy bucks taken off these properties, and the trail cameras show there are still big deer on the farms. Being this close to Quivira Refuge the tillable fields are prime feeding sources for all waterfowl to feed on leaving Quivira. Ducks, geese, and sandhill cranes all leave the refuge and look for open fields in the early morning and later evening. The wetland that adjoins Quivira has a recreational use permit that can pump 15 acre feet at 240 gallons per minute. The duck marsh is set up perfect for being able to control the water and get an ideal depth for ducks and geese. When the pond is drained or dry you can work the edges or get into the marsh to plant millet for the next upcoming duck season. There is also an additional 6" domestic well on the wetland property. Aside from the wetland area there are other water sources the birds use including the pools on Peace Creek and a slough surrounded by timber on an adjacent property. There have been multiple t.v. shows filmed on these properties for waterfowl and deer hunting. As well as trophy bucks featured in bowhunting magazines!
The farms have approximately 560+/- tillable acres that are currently cash rented. Soil types are a fine sandy loam great for growing wheat, rye, alfalfa, corn, soybeans, and cotton. Not only can you hunt the waterfowl off the wetland areas, but the birds are also known to feed in these crop fields since they are close to the wetlands / refuge.
Mineral rights negotiable. Buyers must be pre-approved prior to viewing. Must have a scheduled viewing appointment as the land is currently leased.
To schedule a showing contact Broker / Owner Ryan Koelsch at 620-546-3746
Borders or Close to Quivira National Wildlife Refuge
Water Rights to Flood Duck Marsh
New Electric Lines
Close to Public Hunting
1.5 Hours From Wichita Airport