Located in Montgomery County, this quarter section native grass tract offers the ability to start or expand your cattle operation. Perimeter fencing is in average to good condition and is currently holding cattle. Three ponds including one large pond at approximately 3.5 acres in size, provides year round water, while the timber-lined drainage ditches help to provide shelter from the elements. In addition there is also an older holding pen on the property that is still functioning.
The property will offer some recreational and hunting opportunities as well, with the large pond being known to attract large numbers of doves, ducks and geese. The timber-lined drainages provide a natural travel corridor for the resident whitetail deer, as the property connects two large tracts of timber. With the back half of the property consisting of the highly sought after Kenoma Loam soil, the ability to plant a large food to further enhance the property is possible. The potential to maximize ROI also exists, as there is the opportunity to convert some of the property into tillable acres.
The property currently has an active Natural Gas lease with one producing Natural Gas well. Sellers mineral rights, oil and gas rights, as well as water rights will transfer. To schedule a showing or with any questions, contact Land Specialist Jake Kolb at 620-252-5881 or email@example.com. Additional acreage may be available.
*3.5 acre pond
*USD #436 School District
*Less than 1.5 miles from HWY 75
*Approximately 1 hour 15 minutes from Tulsa, OK
*Approximately 1 Hour 45 minutes from Joplin, MO
*Approximately 2 Hours from Wichita, KS
*Approximately 3 Hours from Kansas City, KS