PRIME creek bottom tillable and hunting farm in Allen County. This multi-use property combines excellent recreational opportunities for big deer and outstanding waterfowl potential with supplemental income. Comprised of 44 acres of mostly Class I Mason soils in the tillable acres, this would make for a great buy for the investment minded buyers who also love the recreation. During the 2019 growing season, it was planted to beans but could certainly be rotated with corn or some additions of wheat and alfalfa mixed in overtime. As for the recreational side of things, this farm offers outstanding waterfowl and deer hunting opportunities. With a small moon-shaped pond near the center of the property, and along with Owl Creek, you will find that this property is home for many species of ducks and geese as well. It also doesn’t hurt that the Neosho River sits just ½ mile away from this property. When you include the flyway along the Neosho, the numerous historic small shallow farm ponds in the immediate area you have a strong recipe for excellent waterfowl potential. For the deer hunters looking for a great piece to hunt this farm and area are no slouch either, the farm sets up well for multiple stand locations along with the big timber, and the addition of food plots is a strong consideration to hold more deer. The timber along Owl Creek is tall and is a natural travel route for deer moving through the property with bigger blocks of timber to the NW and SE following along the numerous Neosho feeder-creek systems. There is a bunch of deer sign throughout the timber with rubs, tracks, and scrapes that show just how great the hunting potential is as it stands now, and this has the ability to become greater. So, whether you are looking for an investment tract or a farm that you can pound the waterfowl and have great deer hunting this should be on your list of properties to check out. Shown by appointment only, please give the listing agent a call to set up a private showing.
3 Miles West of Humboldt
115 Miles E of Wichita, 115 miles SW of Kansas City, 113 miles N of Tulsa, OK
Approx. 44 tillable acres with beans cut in fall of 2019
Excellent soils with mostly Class I Mason Silt Loam and some Class II and III Osage Silty Clay
Owl Creek is a great creek that flows through the property and consistently runs year-round
One small pond on the property is great for waterfowl hunting with many mallards jumped up while walking the property
The bottom ground does flood from time to time, but it makes for excellent waterfowl opportunities
Deer hunting potential is phenomenal with big timber, creek bottoms, and tillable
The farm sets up great for multiple stand locations for bow hunting or rifle hunting
Easy access to the property along 800th St
2018 Taxes were $930.48
Believed to be 100% minerals will transfer to the buyer
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