PRICE REDUCED! There’s just something about a rolling CRP farm on the plains of Central and Western Kansas that is like a magnet for whitetail deer and upland birds. Anyone who has hunted these types of farms can relate to the incredible enjoyment of watching a Booner whitetail work his way through the ‘openness’ of a CRP field, only to watch them magically disappear in the blink of an eye. Whitetails love to bed in the warm season grasses during the fall and winter months and the colder it gets, the more the deer maximize it's security and protection from the elements. The tall varieties of bluestem and switchgrass blends, among others, can also work to the advantage of the hunter when playing the wind and rut conditions correctly. Many trophy bucks are harvested throughout this part of the state each year by way of a successful spot and stalk hunt with a bow. This can be one of the most challenging and rewarding methods of hunting prairie whitetails. Of course, the tremendous habitat provided by CRP is also very beneficial to all other wildlife inhabiting this region. Most notably, the ringneck pheasant, which thrives in this area and is most commonly found in a reasonably sized field of CRP like this specific farm.
This 323 acre farm in Ness County, KS, has a lot to offer for the outdoorsman. With road frontage on only one side, the main honey hole of the property is not visible from any road. The owner has built 2 ponds on the property in recent years, and the year-round water source has proven to even further raise the bar for this property. A tower Redneck hunting blind is in place for maximum security during your hunts and is located within a reasonable enough distance of the ponds and the main draw of trees to have an opportunity at harvesting deer with either a bow or firearm along this main travel corridor for the area. With large crop fields bordering this property on all sides, this is the main bedding spot for the area, especially once the fall crops are harvested. With one quick glance, it’s no wonder why this farm is a central hub for pheasants as well. With over 316 acres of CRP, there is plentiful habitat for upland birds and crop fields right next door. The CRP contract extends through 2030 and provides annual income in the amount of $9,803 to the landowner. Upon expiration of the CRP contract, this property can most certainly be utilized for crop production as well. The entire farm consists of fertile silt loam soils, mostly Class II. 100% of the mineral rights are believed to be intact and will transfer to the buyer upon closing. Contact the listing agents today to set up a tour of this farm ASAP!
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