194th St & Stickney Rd
Dorrance, Kansas
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This Central Kansas farm consists of a great combination of productive tillable acres, CRP, and good wildlife habitat in a peaceful and scenic area directly between the Smoky Hill River and Cheyenne Bottoms. This quarter section consists of over 116 acres of fertile cropland which is currently being rotated with plantings of milo and wheat. The cropland soils consist mainly of Class II silt loams with very little slope. In the very center of the farm is a small spring that is surrounded by tall grasses, towering cottonwood trees, and 32.25 acres of CRP grass. The CRP contract pays $1,032 annually and runs thru September 30, 2035. This area in the center of the farm is a magnet for whitetail deer and pheasants. There are deer trails, rubs and scrapes along the tree line and large areas where the deer are bedding in the tall grass. This is a nice little honey hole for archery season! The live springs provide an excellent reliable water source for wildlife. Contact the listing agents today for more info or to schedule a day to look at this great Central Kansas farm!

Property Details

  • Located 13 miles SE of Russell, KS; 9 miles SW of Dorrance, KS
  • 16 miles straight North of Cheyenne Bottoms
  • 116.34 acres of tillable land. Currently planted to wheat and in milo stalks
  • 32.25 acres enrolled in CRP thru September 30, 2035. Annual payment is $1,032
  • Large cottonwoods through the center with tall grass and spring running through
  • Good deer sign through the center of the property
  • Several pheasants seen on the land as well
  • Seller will retain all mineral rights
  • Legal Description: SW/4 of Section 20-15-12 in Russell County, KS

Contact Land Specialists Adam Hann (785-259-2469) or Mitch Keeley (785-259-0492) for more details.

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