This 160 +/- acre, quarter of ground near Little River, Kansas is the perfect tract for an upland hunter to spend quality time with his bird dog chasing pheasants and quail. The blended Class II and Class III soils were enrolled in 2 different CRP programs in 2011 to provide a variety of native grasses for premium habitat as well as a blend of various food sources to help attract and hold wildlife. The CRP contracts pay $48.06/acre on 142.6 acres, or $6,853.36 per year. The remaining 18 acres not in CRP, has big, mature timber scattered throughout where whitetail deer frequent. The rolling hills that make up this parcel provide for some beautiful views that would make for an incredible build site. Located just east of Little River, Kansas, 1 and a half miles off of Ave I, it would make for an easy commute to town. Mineral and water rights transfer with the property.
For more information, answers to your questions, and to setup an appointment to visit this one of a kind opportunity, contact Terry DeShon at (620) 921-3015.
Property Features -61 +/- acres of Class III Smolan silty clay loam -39 +/- acres of Class II Crete silt loam -34 +/- acres of Class II Smolan silty clay loam -13 +/- acres of Class III Geary-Clark complex -8 +/- acres of Class II Hobbs silt loam -142.6 acres enrolled in CRP through Sep 2026, paying $6,853.36/year -2 CRP programs in place, one with a blend of wild flowers and legumes providing wildlife forage -18 acres of mature timber in 2 different areas on the property -Mineral rights transfer -Water rights transfer -1.5 miles west of Little River, KS on the north side of Ave I
From Little River, KS go to the north edge of town to Ave I. Then go west 1.5 miles to the start of the property on the north side of Ave I.