Just North of Highway 166 near Cedar Vale, KS this 160 acre mixed use farmland and recreational property also offers an investment opportunity.
The property currently consists of approximately 46 acres of row crop tillable acres that was most recently planted in Soybeans, but has recently been harvested. At this point in time, there has been no agreement with the tenant farmer for the 2019 year, but the tenant farmer would like to continue with an agreement with the new landowner if possible.
Separated by a small wet weather creek as well as an additional wet weather drainage, the adjoining 68 acres that are currently in hay production offers an opportunity for ranchers to increase their forage base for stock, or again offers the possibility for some return on investment for investment or recreational buyers. The opportunity to increase your return on investment could be further increased as these acres are also clay loam soil and could also be converted to row crop tillable acres.
Hidden from sight in one of the wet weather drainages, the large pond offers fresh water fishing opportunities as well as a great waterfowl hunting opportunity. Plenty of shoreline cover offers a natural blind for any wind direction, or there are multiple locations that would be ideal for a permanent blind.
The small wet weather creek runs through the 42 acres of woods. With established clover food plots running parallel to the creek, the amount of fresh scrapes show that this is a preferred feeding and travel area for the local whitetail deer population. Multiple stand locations are apparent for both rifle as well as archery hunting. Upland game, small game, as well as the potential for turkey hunting opportunities are a possibility as well as ATV or UTV trail riding.
All water, mineral, oil and gas rights will transfer with there being no current production or leases. Contact Jake Kolb at 620-252-5881 or firstname.lastname@example.org to schedule a showing or for any questions.
*Approximately 46 row crop tillable acres
*Approximately 68 acres currently in hay production
*Approximately 68 acres could be converted to row crop tillable acres
*Approximately 42 acres of woods
*Approximately 78 miles from Wichita, KS
*Approximately 102 miles from Tulsa, OK