Kansas Land For Sale | #A-0557 — I love properties like this! Nice diversity, beautiful views and incredible wildlife habitat are just a few features of this Geary County piece.
Located just half a mile off the blacktop Humbolt Creek Road, this 97.5 acres is mostly upland Flint Hills pasture ground. Due to the rough terrain along the creek, approximately eight acres located in the NE and NW corners of the property has been fenced off from cattle, and is left wild. The NE corner features about 100 feet of elevation change from the top of the bluff down to the creek bed.
The native grass pasture has had a stocking rate of seven acres for cow-calf pair. Fences are in fair to poor condition. The pond in the middle of the property is approximately twenty feet deep, and there is also water in the creek below the pond, and above during wet times.
The wildlife habitat looks great and this area has always been known for having an abundant supply of trophy deer and turkeys. The big draw in the middle looks like an incredible honey hole to set up over. The pond could also be used for duck hunting and fishing, or even made bigger to allow more opportunities. My mind races when I think of all the different hunting setups that are possible on this property.
Another bonus is that this property exceeds the eighty acre minimum for the non-resident landowner deer tag requirement.
The history is obvious on this property, and as is common in the area. An old rock fence used by the early settlers still di-sects the property from east to west.
This is definitely a neat piece with a lot of potential, and could be a really special place!