J.C. Bosch

J.C. Bosch's passion for the outdoor industry begins with his vocation as a professional dog trainer and wingshooting guide. Each client that works with J.C. as a land specialist for Hayden Outdoors will get the same heart, passion, and dedication that he brings each day in the outdoor industry. Residing just outside of Great Bend, Kansas, J.C. will go the extra mile to serve each one of his clients in finding or selling their perfect property. Spending nearly every day of the year outdoors training hunting dogs, working on habitat, or guiding hunters, he understands the value of a prime hunting habitat as well as the land's agricultural value and how the two can compliment each other. A steward of the land and wildlife, with a heart to serve others to the highest standards; J.C. loves what he does and enjoys the opportunity to help and serve everyone he comes in contact with.
$2,000,000  •  240.5 acres
Property Description: Here is the all american dream property. This property has something for everyone and has never before been on the market since it was deeded to the family in a land grant in the 1800's. President Grant's signature is on the original abstract. The original homestead was built in 1895 and has been meticulously maintained. This beautiful 3 story home with a basement sits on the edge of the Walnut Creek where you can look at the creek from your backyard. Legal Description: NE4 and E2 of S8, T19, R13Land Features:+/- 230 acres of tillable ground are planted to hay/alfalfa.3 Car garage with propane heat, electric, and new electric openers. Completely sheeted and insulated.3 Car Carport with propane heat.30X30 Block built shop with concrete floors and electric.36X40 Shop with concrete floors, completely insulated and finished, electric openers, and large capacity plug ins for welders.15X30 Mower Shed with concrete floors, overhead door, and electric hookup.80X50 carport: 18' tall with electric hookups. Great for campers and equipment30X40 carport26X12 CarportBridge Across CreekDevelopment opportunities - Housing, waterfowl / hunting, dirt / rock / sand / lake, water.Mineral Rights pass with land to Buyer at closing.Water Rights pass with land to Buyer at closing.The W 1/2 NE 1/4 & NE 1/4 NW 1/4 of 8-19-13W: File No. 9856 is a surface water diversion and is permitted for 61 AF at 705 gpm on 110 acres. File No. 9857 is a groundwater diversion on the same 110 acres. It is permitted 94 AF at 745 gpm. Both permits are in the Walnut Creek IGUCA.Multiple offers on the water rights have been made to the sellers.Valley tower irrigation equipment, propane powered motors, and flood irrigation pipe and systems all pass to the Buyer with the sale of the property.Financials:2020 Taxes: $6,472.86Water rights have been rented out for about $10,000 / year to neighboring propertiesProducing oil well believed to be a 30 year well which produces approximately $14,400 / year in income for the landowner.Farm income on cash rent at $20,000 / year. Saltwater Disposal Well (Payment passes with land to Buyer)HouseBuilt in 18953 Bedroom, 3 Full BathsHalf wrap covered porchUpper level covered balconyBeautifully manicured Fescue lawn Well maintained wood and heavy duty pipe fence surrounds the homestead. 2 water wells for sprinklers, home, and shop.Large amounts of storage between the home, garage space, and shop all with electrical outlets, lights, and running water. All appliances stay with the house except for the washer and dryer.The main entrance to the property is equipped with an electric opener and keycode at the gate. 1/2 mile long driveway leading to house with security gate at the main entrance. Heavy duty pipe fence currently finishing construction for a majority of the perimeter of the propertyBlacktop access to the front gateWhite rock driveExtremely clean and well maintained propertyMetal roofNew Water softener, reverse osmosis, hot water heater, pressure tank, and sediment filters.Soil report:160.17 Acres: New Cambria silty clay loam, rarely flooded80.18 Acres: Bridgeport silt loam, rarely floodedHunting: Pheasant, Quail, Deer, Waterfowl, Turkey, and Predator.Incredible waterfowl opportunities with some development. Surface water rights allow you to dig a large pond / or lake and the proximity to Cheyenne Bottoms makes this area extremely attractive for all types of waterfowl and wildlife. Whitetailed Deer. Walnut Creek is known for its incredible deer population and this property seems to always hold a large population of large Kansas whitetails. Rio Grande Turkeys. Every spring you will see big toms strutting throughout the property and large winter groups of turkeys. Upland. Bobwhite quail can be found along the treelines and throughout the property. Ringneck pheasants are abundant in the area as well. Location/Population: Located off of N Washington Ave, and the home sits back further in the property. 2 miles North of the City of Great Bend, Kansas (population: 15,358)5 miles South of the City of Hoisington, Kansas (population: 2,840)8 miles Northeast of the Great Bend Municipal AirportLess than 2 hours from Wichita Dwight D. Eisenhower Airport in Wichita, Kansas.Located 80 mins from Salina, KS; 1hr 55 mins from Wichita, KS; 2 hrs 50 mins from Topeka, KS; 3 hrs 40 mins from Kansas City, KSCommunity/Attractions:A short 3 miles East of Cheyenne Bottoms, lies in the Central Flyway and the largest inland wetlands in the United States. Approximately 35 miles Northwest of Quivira National Wildlife Refuge. About 55 miles east of Kanopolis Lake. About 55 miles south of Wilson Lake.About 44 miles southwest of Kanopolis Drive In Theatre.
$474,000  •  158 acres
Property Description: This property lies in Pawnee County northwest of Pawnee Rock, Kansas. Completely tillable property with no wasteland. This is your opportunity to have your own custom farming operation and be involved with the original stock market. Tremendous soils and well maintained. This property has so much potential and can be set up for you to operate and control remotely with the custom planting, harvesting, and management in place. Please contact JC Bosch for more information about the farm management, production, and profitability outlook on this farm. Yields: Wheat APH - 39Bu/a, Sorghum 2 year average 111.5 Bu/a with actual sorghum yield at 143 Bu/a and yields trending up on this field. Yield goal for wheat on this field is 60 Bu/a. Legal Description: NW4 of S23, T20, R16Land Features:Mineral rights pass with land to Buyer at closing.Water rights pass with land to Buyer at closing.Surrounded by neighboring oil production (Pawnee Rock Oil Field)Soil Report:24.8 Acres: Harney silty clay loam, 1 to 3 percent slopes5.17 Acres: Uly silt loam, 3 to 6 percent slopes15.71 Acres: Roxbury silt loam113.03 Acres: Harney silt loam, 1 to 3 percent slopesFinancials:2020 Taxes: 1,708.062020 Sorghum yield: 143 bushels/acre. Yields continue to trend up.Reasonable wheat yield of 60 bushels/acreHunting: Pheasant, Quail, WaterfowlCommunity/Attractions:Located approximately 7 miles north of Larned, KansasApproximately 40 minutes from Cheyenne Bottoms, largest wetland in the interior United States and a major stopping point for migratory birdsApproximately 45 miles from Quivira National Wildlife RefugeJust a short distance from Pawnee Rock, a historic landmark on the Sante Fe Trail2 hour drive to Wichita Dwight D Eisenhower AirportApproximately 1hr and 20 minutes from Wilson Lake
$1,750,000  •  356.5 acres
The Kepka Family Farm is a large +/- 360 acre farmstead located in the beautiful rolling hills of Central Kansas and the Great Plains. The property is situated just southeast of the town of Wilson, KS. This fourth generation farm has always been a working family farm producing wheat, Milo, and hay crops and grazing cattle. This farm has so much potential from farming and ranching to hunting and establishing habitat. The property has proven to be great for quail, turkey, deer, predator, and dove hunting. With the southern border being located only one-half mile from the Smoky Hill River, this property is a haven for many different species of wildlife and holds some record White-tailed deer. The land includes:Cultivated farmlandPasture groundCRP groundMeadowWaterwaysThe farmstead includes:Large pole-metal shedLarge, unfinished (reconstructed) horse barn designed to be a full living quartersA bunk house (current living quarters)Two new storage podsHorse pasture with large south facing lean-to with small tack room (unfinished) - Probound fence throughout the pasture with gatesLarge area south to finish for horses with enough area for a nice small horse barn if desiredGarden areaTwo water wells (drilled by Kelly's Water Well) - 275 ft. deep and in 50 ft. of aquifer, both have emersion wells that move water throughout the farmyardThe Metal Pole ShedJohn Deer 4720 Utility Tractor with cab and 7 attachmentsBuilt by ASH/OSI in 201050 x 80 ft (4,000 sq. ft.) with 6 inch deep concrete floor that has circulating heat throughout the floor (heated by a propane heating unit that is inside west wall of the shed)Blown-in insulation that covers the complete shed which has strengthened the building and decreased the cost of insurance coverage and decreased heating costsTwo electric door openers on each side, west and east side of shed (12 ft. x 12 ft.)Walk-in door on south side with electric lockNo windows or skylight windows to reduce possible break-insElectric fluorescence lighting with plenty of electrical 220 V outletsBuilt-in benches and cabinets - wood shop and mechanical areaOffice in the SW corner of shed - houses security system for farmyard and storageThe north side has a concrete slab (15 ft. x 80 ft.) meeting with north side lean-to (15 ft. x 80 ft.) for machinery. Enclosed with two sliding doors that lock on inside. Ample storage shelving along inside wall.Shed with additions now totals 6,400 sq. ft.Two hydrants on south lean-to cornersOutside outletsConcrete slabs on west and east side of sideAll machinery and equipment negotiable with sale of property.Bunk HouseMetal pole building made into living quartersBuilt in 201224 ft. x 40 ft. (960 sq. ft.)Open porch on the east side (8 ft. x 40 ft.)Main structure includes - Kitchen with gas cooking stove, dining area and living area and one handicap-accessible bathroom with shower, sink and stool.Large TV on south wall with cableNorth room is a large bedroom with bay window and electric fireplaceSunroom on west side - enclosed patio area (14 ft. x 24 ft.) Sun room includes large TV over electric fireplace, washer and dryer area and office spacePatio on west side (18 ft. x 24 ft.) with open fireplace/pitAll rooms finished in pine woodCeiling fans, heat and air, 2 large TVs, land lines, and internet serviceAll contents included in sale of propertyHorse BarnBarn built in 192440 x 40 x 40 ft. to peak. Roof is a hip roof. Barn structure was in solid shape and recently restored with all livestock remnants removed.Designed to be finished for living quarters but not yet completed.Outside of barn was covered in OSB board and 26 gauge tin, windows and dormers addedGround floor is full concreteThere is a corner for mechanical utilities and storage, opposite corner is a space for a large kitchenLarge staircase to loft aboveThe remaining area could be designed to incorporate a lodge with beds, large rec room, bathrooms, etc.The loft floor is 38 x 40 ft. Floor is new wood but unfinished flooring. Space for kitchen and pantry. A good size space for bathroom. South end of the loft could be for a nice sized bar. North end could be used for an additional rec area.The third floor of the loft is divided into thirds. South third and north third are possible bedrooms with closets and each with a staircase.The center third opened to look down to loft floor.Consultation done for incorporating heating and air. GEO thermal by coils was determined to be the best solution for covering the area efficiently and being the most cost efficient.The structure would also need better insulation and electrical wiring.Additional FeaturesTwo large, new pods for storage (very clean)Large lawn area6.6 acre meadow on east side of barnyard and south side of home/pasture. Meadow can be viewed from barn loft and patio of the bunkhouse. Meadow is bordered by 50 ft. four generation Cottonwood trees that provide great shade.The northwest corner of the meadow is a 12 ft. x 16 ft. small barn that houses cooking utensils. There is an old deck around 3 sides of the barn and to the east of the barn is a fire pit. The pit has sand around it and limestone blocks used for Dutch oven cooking.All items will sell with property.FinancialsFarming income includes wheat, Milo, hay, and pasture averaging around $15,000.00 per year (including CRP payments)Taxes average around $5,500/yearElectricity is on average $150/mo. (Rolling Hills Electric Corp.)Propane (Shed and Bunk House) averages $1,200/year (Moeder Oil, Great Bend, KS)Property will be sold as owner financed only.Land DescriptionEast half of farm is mainly the homestead/barnsWest half consists of pasture and CRP groundPasture is rolling hills. It has trees and a creek the full length that winds through the pasture and also has a spring-fed creek that has had water in it since the 1930's. There are two water tanks connected that are 4 years old and are filled by natural spring water. They run at 5 gallons per minute and have for the last 4 years.The south end of the pasture is 1/2 mile from the north side of the Smoky Hill River. There is another pasture between the river and the property's pasture.There is some waste land connected to the CRP ground.This property has proven over many generations to be excellent habitat for hunting and developing food plots, buffer strips, and in-field incubators for quail (quail restoration).The water supply has always been strong and water has never been hauled onto property.Deer Unit 4All water and mineral rights shall pass to Buyer.Adjacent south of the property is currently a spectacular +/- 160 acres consisting of tillable, pasture, and amazing hunting land for sale known as the Smoky River Whitetail Escape. This property would be a great compliment if looking to expand your investment portfolio or recreational hideout.Community/AttractionsThis farm is located about 2 1/2 miles SE of Wilson, KS just off of Highway 40.Wilson, Kansas is known for its Czech history and festival and the restored Midland Railroad Hotel with fine bar and grill with great wine list.16 miles to Ellsworth, KS (can accommodate large aircrafts at airport)25 miles to Russell, KS (can accommodate large aircrafts at airport) - Also famed for Meridy's Steakhouse50 miles to Salina, KS (larger city with restaurants and shopping)1/2 mile north of the Smoky Hill River, which feeds Kanopolis Lake Reservoir in Ellsworth CountyInterstate 70 just 2 miles from Wilson, KS and only a few miles from the propertyJust north of the Interstate is the Smoky Hills, which includes Wilson State Park (Lake Wilson)Lake Wilson is one of Kansas' premier recreation hot spots to fish, hike, boat, water-ski, or just camp and enjoy the outdoors.Seller is asking for Owner Financing of the property with 20% down and 4% interest rate. Only way buyer will sell property is through owner financing. All personal property is negotiable. All mineral rights, water rights, crops, cash rent from leases, and CRP payments will pass to Buyer.Please contact JC Bosch with Hayden Outdoors at 620-282-9572, for more information on this property or to schedule a private showing.
Hayden Outdoors

J.C. Bosch
1401 Main Street
Goodland, KS 67735

Mobile: 6202829572