Situated only 2 miles west of Highway 283 in Rooks County, KS, is this excellent quarter section that has a lot to offer for a local operator interested in expanding their farming operations or the investor who is also looking for a farm to enjoy the great outdoors. With over 117 acres of fertile cropland, this quarter has the ability to raise high-yielding crops in any normal year of precipitation. Wheat, milo, and corn are common grain crops produced in this area. The 39 + acres of fenced grassland features a pond site near the north end, a waterway running through the center, and tall grass and multiple trees providing good habitat for wildlife. Whitetail deer, pheasants, quail, and migratory birds can be found on this property during the hunting season. With its ideal location within 3 miles of Plainville, KS, this property is in a reasonable location for building a country home as well. All of the mineral rights are believed to be intact and will transfer to the buyer upon closing of the property.
Legal description: NW/4 of Section 16, Township 9 South, Range 18 West in Rooks County, KS
Located less than 3 miles NW of Plainville, KS on U Road
118 +/- acres of cropland consisting of fertile silt loam soils. Currently planted to sorghum feed
39.5 acres of fenced grassland with waterway and pond site
Good hunting habitat throughout pasture with trees and tall grass
All of the mineral rights are believed to be intact. All of the sellers mineral rights will transfer to the buyer upon closing
Cropland soil types: 46.86 acres of Harney silt loam, 0-3% slope; 33.34 acres of Wakeen-Harney silt loam, 1-3% slope; 37.76 acres of Wakeen silt loam, 3-7% slope
All cropland and pasture acres are under lease for the 2022 agriculture year
Tall grass throughout the bottom of pasture. Pond and waterway will hold water during normal years of rainfall
Nice location for building country home within a few miles of Plainville
Excellent upland bird hunting in this area
24 +/- miles north of Hays, KS
Contact Land Specialists Adam Hann (785-259-2469) or Mitch Keeley (785-259-0492) for more details.