Location: +/- 157.57 acres located in Southeastern Graham County, Kansas along D road and 380th Avenue. This parcel is 10 miles from the nearest town, Palco Kansas, where there is a grain elevator, gas stations, and other town amenities.
Legal: S15, T10, R21, ACRES 157.55, SE4 LESS RD R/W
This quarter section features +/- 52 acres of tillable dryland, a wet weather creek, and excellent Kansas hunting habitat! Graham County is known for its trophy white-tailed deer, rio-grande turkeys, upland bird population, and this property has all the habitat and food sources to draw in and hold wild game. Currently planted to wheat, the +/- 52 tillable acres provide an excellent food source as well as some additional income for the landowner. Situated in the center of the property lies a 1 acre alfalfa food plot coupled with a All Seasons Feeders tower blind and a 2000lb bulk steel gravity feeder that the white-tailed deer have been hammering. Additionally, there are +/- 105 acres of native grass and timber habitat throughout the property, providing multiple bedding and natural travel areas. The wet weather creek provides a great water source and is lined with mature timber. Walking this property you will notice multiple rubs, scrapes, and deer trails throughout. If you are looking for that all around Kansas hunting tract, give us a call today!
Community Attractions: Only a 25 mile drive away, Webster State Park encompasses over 8,000 acres of excellent hunting opportunities, fishing, as well as other recreational activities including boating and camping. The 3,700 acre reservoir offers various types of quality fishing including walleye, crappie, white bass, and channel catfish. Also located in the Central Flyway, Webster Lake is a major stopping point for the waterfowl species that migrate through this area during the winter months.
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