Situated just west of Natoma, KS, this 945 +/- acres sits along the Rooks-Osborne County Line. This tract is a good mix of farm ground, pasture and hunting. It contains approximately 220 acres of tillable ground, the majority of which is bottom ground surrounding Paradise Creek. This fertile ground has produced excellent yields for the current landowner year after year.
The pasture is surrounded by good fencing on all sides. Multiple water tanks are situated throughout the pasture and are supplied by wells on the property with underground lines feeding the tanks. There is also one pond on the north end of the pasture.
This property serves as an ideal travel corridor for whitetail transitioning from the thick cedar draws to the south, to the bottom ground along Paradise Creek. Also, several thick wooded draws throughout the property contain adequate cover and security to hold wildlife year round.
Paradise creek on the north end of the property provides excellent habitat for the many Rio Grande turkeys that call this property home. Winter flocks of 50-75 turkeys are common throughout this property. The mature oak trees along the creek provide excellent roosting trees for the many turkeys that roam the property.
This property is easily accessible from Highway 18 to the north and 31 Rd to the east. Although easy to access from the adjacent roads, this tract is large enough to provide seclusion and privacy from almost all points on the property.
Large contiguous tracts of this size are a rare find. To schedule a private showing, contact Mark Morris at (785) 324-1495 or [Email listed above]
Seller is open to dividing property into two smaller tracts.
Seller prefers to remain as tenant on pasture and tillable ground.
Seller to retain water rights on S 1/2, SE 1/4, S12, T10 , R16 (80 +/- acres)
Seller holds no mineral rights, therefore no mineral rights will transfer.