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PENDING! 80 +/- Acres in Russell County, Kansas

Russell, Kansas
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If you’re looking for a reasonably priced farm to hunt whitetail deer, upland birds, and turkey while also maximizing income on every acre, this 80 m/l acre parcel in Russell County, KS, is a terrific option. The center of the property has a nice cottonwood grove running north to south and is surrounded by tall grass that is in the CRP program thru 2035. This farm has produced some nice whitetail deer in recent years and is loaded with pheasants. We flushed out several roosters during our recent visit to the property. The cottonwood drainage running through the farm holds water seasonally and has 10+ foot tall phragmite grass (cane) growing throughout the bottom. Several cedar trees are scattered throughout the center, providing additional shelter for upland game and deer as well. Approximately 42 acres of cropland border each side of the central draw. These crop acres have been planted to wheat, milo, and corn in recent years and provide another good source of income to the owner, as well as a beneficial food source for wildlife. This is a great farm for the avid hunter or farmer looking to make their first land purchase or add to their current land holdings.

  • Located 13 +/- miles SE of Russell, KS. On Stickney Road approximately 9 miles East of HWY 281
  • 42 +/- acres of fertile cropland, currently under a farm lease agreement

  • 32.25 +/- acres enrolled in CRP contract through September 30, 2035 (contact agents for details)

  • Cottonwood draw runs through the center of the property, surrounded by CRP and small cedars scattered throughout

  • Tall phragmite throughout the drainage provide excellent security for deer and upland birds

  • Excellent deer and upland bird hunting

  • Redneck Blind and Banks Wildlife Feeder on the property (included at extra cost)

  • Soil Types: 19.87 acres, Harney silt loam, 1-3% slopes; 22.71 acres Wakeen silt loam, 3-7% slopes

  • Commonly several pheasants on the property

  • Good access along Stickney Road

  • No mineral rights included

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

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