Central Kansas Waterfowl Basin
+/- 160 acres
Two productive oil wells (produced 35,040 barrels from 1981-2019 and have averaged 650 barrels over the last 5 years)
100% of Landowner’s Royalties transfer to the Buyer (1/8th Share)
140 acres of tillable land
+/- 17 acres of wetland property
Located 12 miles north of Quivira National Wildlife Refuge and 8 miles SE of Cheyenne Bottoms Wildlife Refuge
With approximately $5,000 in oil income, $5,500 cash rent, and $10,000 from a hunting lease, this property can produce a 3.5% ROI on a slow year and much more with higher oil prices, improved hunting habitat, and share cropping land.
Nearly every waterfowl species in the central flyway uses this ecosystem and land throughout the year. For nesting, food, water, and habitat, this property has it all! Whitetailed deer frequent the property for water and food. Dry field hunting on this property is amazing as well. Sandhill Cranes, Mallards, Pintails, Shovelers, Wigeons, Gadwalls, Canvasbacks, Teal, Redheads, Specklebelly Geese, Canada Geese, Snow Geese, etc. ALL fly over this property nearly 365 days a year! With the most ideal location situated between two of the most important migration stops for the central flyway, this is a once in a lifetime opportunity to own one of the greatest waterfowl properties in the nation. Thousands of ducks, pheasants, quail, and deer all can be found on this property. With the abundant water, food, and habitat all located in the perfect location for all species of waterfowl - This property would make a great candidate for a conservation easement as well!