Turn-Key Grazing Farm between Chautauqua and Flint Hills

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Price: $700,000
Acreage: 440
County: Elk
State: Kansas

Price Per Acre

$1,590.91 per acre

Property Description

This 440 acre property in located in Elk County Kansas has various uses from ranching, hunting, or building your dream home. The property starts just over a mile East of Highway 99. Couple the close proximity to the highway with rural water and electricity that are located on the property makes it a convenient location to build. The old homesite does have a 50x24 livestock barn with electric and tack/tool room a 12x24 loafing shed and full set of pipe corrals ready for working or shipping livestock. It has about 40 acres of tillable ground in SW corner where the previous owner used this area to plant winter wheat as pasture for the cattle. It was planted in 2014, but has not been planted since. An 80 parcel on the east was hayed for years but could be grazed or continue hay. The remainder is primarily all bluestem pastures. A live water creek traverses the bottom of a deep draw in the north end. The property is surrounded on 3 sides by larger landowners to provide lighter pressure. The farm lies in the transitional region going from the sandstone of the Chautauqua Hills in Southeast and into the Limestone Flint Hills Prairies across the majority of the farm to the north and west. The abundance of Native Bluestem on this farm is what sets this farm apart from others. The landowner implemented aerial spray program for the brush and weeds and the effects can be seen as you drive across the farm. The native grass will support about 45-50 cow/calf pairs. The established cross fencing to allow for livestock rotation throughout the year. area of Elk County produces some giant whitetails! The sign in the canyon region of this farm attests that those bucks are here. With the revival of quail populations you can hunt upland game as well as small game in the the thickets around the ravine and scattered all over the ranch. Fishing and the potential for waterfowl hunting are here with 6 different ponds 2 which are stocked. There is currently no oil production on the ranch and no leases in place. All mineral rights, oil and gas rights, and water rights transfer to the new owner. It is located approximately 1 and 1/2 hours from Wichita, Ks Being priced well under what farms across Elk county are bringing this farm is sure to not last.

Property Features

  • Over 400 acres of Native Bluestem
  • 40 Acres was planted in wheat for winter grazing
  • 6 ponds and live water creek provide ample water
  • Cross fenced and available for rotational grazing
  • Water and Electric on-site from prior homestead
  • Barns, pipe corrals in place and ready for use, utilities to barn
  • Ravine on north end provides ample habitat for hunting as well shelter for livestock
  • Bordered by larger landowners to help with light pressure

Property Address

730 Rd 16, Elk Falls, KS