This half section located in southeast Gove County, has something for everyone. It features 201 +/- acres of productive cropland, with the balance being some of the best mule deer habitat in western Kansas.
The majority of the tillable ground is comprised of Ulysses silt loam with crop production index ratings in the mid-’60s. It would make a great addition to any operation. Currently, 135 +/- acres are green wheat. 16 +/- acres are wheat stubble, and 50 +/- acres are in milo stubble. Note, these are estimated values, as the FSA has the fields combined with the half section to the west.
A breathtaking canyon cuts through the middle and spans the entire east side of the property. The limestone rock formations combined with thickets and grassy draws are not only beautiful to look at, but they also hold a very healthy population of deer and other game species. We pushed several good mule deer off the property while photographing, and the trail camera pictures don’t lie. This is the kind of property you will be able to consistently harvest trophy class mule deer.
For more information or a private tour of the farm, please contact Mitch Newcomer at (816) 799-1384.
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