This 793 +/- acres in Anderson County has excellent potential for great hunting and agricultural yields. Located just south of Richmond, KS (one hour southwest of Kansas City and two hours from Wichita), this property is split into two portions. 163 acres are wide open for row crops, with another 630 a mile to the east. These 630 acres of row crop are split by two converging creeks (Sac Creek and Old Channel Sac Creek), with plenty of timber serving as a great habitat for a strong whitetail and turkey populations. Along Sac Creek, it is composed of mature timber with an abundance of undergrowth and vegetation that make for perfect bedding that will hold the deer on the property year around. From the northern to the southern boundaries, Sac Creek has plenty of water, and in its riffles and low spots trails are beaten into the ground from constant deer crossing the creek where they can. On the agricultural side, both tracts are composed mainly of Woodson and Verdigris silt loams, which combined are responsible for excellent yields year after year. To schedule a viewing or to ask questions please contact either Matt Ross 785-477-2868 or Blake Mayer 785-236-9046 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com.