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.
$89,000  •  40 acres
Property Location: Reno County, KansasClosest Town: SterlingLegal Description: SW1/4 of SW1/4 of S17, T22, R09WProperty Description: Only a short 7 miles east of Quivira Wildlife Refuge sits this amazing +/- 40 acres of rolling sandhills with an overflow pond and small pockets of wetlands making this perfect for the avid hunter! Surrounded by CRP and timber this and less than 1 mile from a blacktop road to the east of the property and about 2 miles from a blacktop north of the property. Water well on site and power lines running along the west and southern border of the property this is a great location for a getaway cabin or shop. The thick pasture with rolling sandhills makes great habitat for quail, pheasants, and deer. Phenomenal Whitetail deer and numerous Rio Grande turkeys traffic this area. The ponds and wetlands can be improved and kept full by fixing the windmill which will improve the wildlife opportunities on the property as well. A classic older windmill sits on the property. A 5 wire barbed wire fence lines the outside of the property which is perfect if looking to roam cattle on the property. Electric is also located nearby making it a great location to build a hunting cabin. Approximately 118 acres of connected land consisting of CRP and timber are also available to lease for the hunting opportunities. Properties of this size and price point do not come along often so please call JC Bosch for a qualified showing or for more information. *Mineral and Water rights pass with land to the Buyer at Closing.
$329,000  •  148.8 acres
Located in Dickinson County just 9 miles directly north of I-70 in Solomon, Kansas and 2 miles south west of Manchester, Kansas. Buckeye Creek meanders through the west side of the property, and a large waterway located along the east side of the property feeds into the Buckeye Creek providing water all year long. Running north and south of the property is the high point which allows you to look down to the east back to the west for a great vantage point overlooking the creeks, thick expired CRP, lush timber, and plum thickets. Multiple types of trees and thickets border the southern, western, and eastern sides of the property giving seclusion and privacy for the wildlife that reside on the property. The tillable acreage acts as a large food plot providing a great source of nutrition for the deer, turkey, and upland birds. This property has something for everyone who enjoys nature and the great outdoors. This property is a perfect location for a home or recreational retreat with electricity nearby and spectacular views from the natural plateau in the center of the land. Deer, turkey, quail, and pheasant are abundant and thriving on the property. Please email or call JC Bosch today for more information or to schedule a qualified viewing of the property. Co-Brokers welcome. FSA Information:123.17 tillable acresCurrently tilled is 67.98 acres of the 123.17 acresSoil Report:Lancaster-Hedville Complex, 3 to 20 percent slopes: 0.9 acresWells loam, 3 to 7 percent slopes: 1.2 acresIrwin silty clay loam, 1 to 3 percent slopes: 8.3 acresCrete silty clay loam, 1 to 3 percent slopes: 18.4 acresHobbs silt loam, channeled, flooded frequently: 5.8 acresIrwin silty clay loam, 3 to 7 percent slopes: 95 acresMuir silt loam, rarely flooded: 7.4 acresHobbs silt loam, occasionally flooded: 13.2 acres
$1,500,000  •  260.19 acres
Property Location: Located 5 miles northwest of Great Bend, Kansas off K-96 Highway. Great Bend Feeding borders the south part of the property.Legal Description:S03, T19, R14W, NE/4 NE/4 S02, T19, R14W, W of RDS02, T19, R14W, COM 160N SECOR SW/4 TH N2480,W1465,S258,W168,N258,W1010,S470,E1010,S2010,E1632 POB LESS R/WProperty Description: Excellent cropland with an incredible view awaits you at this superb listing just Northwest of Great Bend, KS in Barton County. Less than 6 miles west of Cheyenne Bottoms Wildlife Area the corn and other cropland in this area attract vast numbers of waterfowl during the migration every year providing some of the best waterfowl hunting opportunities in North America. Ducks and Geese feed in this area heavily each year as there is alway water and high quality food in the area. On top of being a premium waterfowl hunting property, the walnut creek runs through the larger tract that is home to an abundance of whitetailed deer and Rio Turkeys. Deer in the area grow very large with all of the excess food of all different types and the nearly 40 acres of timber provide excellent cover and habitat. There is an orchard with apple, pear, and cherry trees just outside one of the large creek coves. With fertile soils and water rights allowing for irrigation, this property has great crop yields each year. The sunsets and sunrises will take your breath away as you look out over the crop fields. The luscious timber cascades through the northwest parcel providing plenty of shelter for the wildlife that seek refuge in this area. Hunting waterfowl in flooded corn, milo, or soybean fields near the largest inland marsh in North America (Cheyenne Bottoms) with the ability to control the water on the crops is extremely hard to come by in this area. Don't miss your opportunity on this once in a lifetime property in central Kansas. For more information, videos / photos of waterfowl, or a qualified showing please contact JC Bosch today. Co-Brokers welcome. Farm Data:Cropland- 221.19 acres of tillable cropground 141 +/- acres of flood irrigated tillable acresTimber- 39 acres of lush timberTotal-260.19 acresSoil Report:Harney silt loam, 1-3 percent slopes: 27.1 acresNew Cambria silty clay loam, rarely flooded: 55.6 acresBridgeport silt loam, rarely flooded: 88.5 acresCrete silt loam, 0-1 percent slopes, loess plains and breaks: 85.6 acresWater Rights: NE 3-19-14W: File No. 15185 is permitted for irrigation of 63 acres from one well with no overlaps. Authorized 95 AF per year at 990 GPM. In the Walnut Creek IGUCA and has a five-year allocation.SW 2-19-14W: FIle No. 17580 is permitted for irrigation of 105 acres from one well with no overlaps. Authorized 84 AF per year at 335 GPM. In the Walnut Creek IGUCA and has a five-year allocation.Well & Irrigation Information: Flood IrrigationWell on East property was redrilled in 199680' well800 GPM20 hp motor rebuilt in 2018Well on west quarter section was overhauled in 201210" aluminum column pipe93' well800-900 GPM2019 Real Estate Taxes: $1683.20Mineral and water rights pass with land to Buyer at Closing.
$299,000  •  159.7 acres
Just over 3 miles east of the town of Wilson, Kansas in Ellsworth County, is a 160+/- acres of lush pasture ground for sale. A spring fed creek runs north and south nearly right through the heart of the property. Resting just under 1/2 mile north of the famous Smoky Hill River, this property boasts a very large whitetail deer herd. This area is known for producing some of the largest whitetails in the state of Kansas. No cattle have pastured in 2020 and no hunting has occurred on the property for nearly a decade, making this property an extremely attractive hunting opportunity. With multiple food sources surrounding the property and the fresh springwater available, the wildlife numbers are abundant . Bobwhite quail can be heard throughout the property. The pasture makes for an excellent habitat for the quail and pheasant in this area. This is a very attractive area for Rio Grande Turkeys as well. This property is prime turkey hunting as it sits in the part of Kansas that still allows a hunter to harvest 2 bearded turkeys each season. Standing in the old farmyard listening to the gentle waterfalls and the wildlife all around is really quite spectacular. The old limestone buildings and the barn on the property really take you back to simpler times. With water, electricity, and blacktop roads nearby, this property is sure to appeal to many. This property is just a short drive from the town of Wilson, Interstate 70, and Wilson State Lake making travel simple. Give me a call today for a qualified showing or questions and I will be happy to assist you in finding your dream hunting oasis. JC Bosch 620-282-9572Property Features:Sellers mineral ownership to transfer to new buyers. Deer Unit 4Thick timber and awesome habitat for the wildlifeSpring-fed Stream / creekPlum thicketsPasture ground3 StructuresStorm Cellar
$290,000  •  156.7 acres
Rice County CroplandLocated just a half mile off the blacktop northwest of Chase, KS, this property offers so much potential from farming, waterfowl and upland bird hunting, to development. The property is a short 7 miles southeast of Cheyenne Bottoms Wildlife area and 11 miles north of Quivira National Wildlife Refuge. The current crop rotation consists of wheat, milo, and soybeans providing a well maintained food source for the wildlife. The echoes of the Bobwhite quail are frequent and while walking the property, numerous quail scurry through the field. A small wetlands lies in the middle of the field during the wet season. The ground is perfect for wildlife with its diverse crop rotation always offering a mix of food. This property is also in a great location for a new build home or even a hunting lodge being in such close proximity to both wildlife refuges and a blacktop. Sellers share of crops transfer to Buyer.Current farmer willing to continue to cash rent or crop share with Buyer.Possession after 2020 milo harvest.Oil well and tank battery: no oil production since 2014Soil Description:Elmer Loam, 0-1 percent slopes: 100.4 AcresSaltcreek and Naron fine sandy loams, 1 to 3 percent slopes: 49.4 AcresCarwile fine sandy loam, 0 to 1 percent slopes: 4.1 AcresAbbyville loam, 0 to 1 percent slopes: 2.7 AcresPratt Carwile complex, 0 to 5 percent slopes: 0.3 Acres
$437,500  •  1.5 acres
River Bend Commercial PropertyProperty consists of:Well maintained 1.5 acres located on the edge of Great Bend100X130 Steel building50X30 Wick building14,500 total square feet of shop space1" white rock through whole property driveProfessionally built 6' privacy fence surrounding entire property with over-sized wood gate at entranceSeptic SystemWell WaterLarge lot on back-perfect for truck, trailer, camper storage and room for trucks and equipment to maneuver Several items in shop (air compressor, lifts, etc.) are negotiable100X80 Steel Building12X12 Overhead garage door on north side of building with 6X14 approach2 Bryant central heat and air conditioningWash Bay with 1500 gallon capacity with 3 baffled connected tanksNewer electrical work throughout buildingMultiple outlets for weldingOverhead LED LightsFully insulatedOne 12X16 and two 12X12 overhead garage doors separate the original building and the 100X50 addition. 12X16 overhead garage on the west side of the buildingThe three 12X16 overhead garage doors line up and allow for truck, semi, camper, trailer, etc. to pull through from the east side of the building to the west and vice versaInterior finished with 6' and 8' steel sheetsOffice located on main floor as well as office space up stairsHalf bathroom Storage space upstairs above showroom; HVAC and pressure tank located in storage space as wellUtility bench on north wall100X50 Steel building addition added in 2017Overhead heatExhaust fan mounted on south wall12X16 overhead garage door with Liftmaster opener100X25 concrete approachInterior finished with 8' steel sheetsLED lights mounted on ceilingFrame and plumbing, started but not completed, for potential bathroom Built by Steel Builders in Great BendTwo standard walk through doorsOverhead outdoor work lightSuchy Construction poured concreteFully insulated50X30 WICK BuildingWood frame shop building built in 201210X10 Concrete slabbed floorsFully insulatedElectric hook upsTwo 12X12 overhead doors with 14X25 concrete approach One walk through door on west side of buildingLED lightsOutside light hangs above doorShowroomUpdated in 2011Attached to main shop buildingStandard entry doorCustom wood planked wallsBlack and white tileCustom built wood shelves brought in from wood mill in WyomingCentral Heat and Air 1 half bathroom located off showroom lobbyMain showroom window with rod iron bars for safety purposesElectrical outlet above window-great for window signsDesk, clothing racks, and display cabinet are negotiable
$160,000  •  145.9 acres
Rush Center 145+/- 145 acresMineral and water rights pass to BuyerCRP Payments: $4,062/year (CRP payment will be prorated between Buyer and Seller) CRP contract expires 9/30/2020This property sits just a little over a mile northeast of Rush Center, just over 1 mile north of Highway K-96, and only 1 mile east of Highway 183. Mature Whitetail deer, quail, and pheasants are just a few of the wildlife that call this 145 acres home. Outstanding Whitetail deer graze the field with the abundance of cover, water and food plots available. The water on and near this property is plentiful with only being a mile and a half north of Otter Creek. A large waterway runs through the middle of the property with thick native grass lining the edges. In addition, there is a wildlife water guzzler located in the CRP which is constructed to collect, store, and make water readily available for wildlife, specifically the upland bird population. The beautiful rolling dryland is presently in it's last year of the Conservation Reserve Program (CRP) contract, expiring September 2020. The current farm tenant, in place for the next 5 years, is willing to break out the old CRP this fall and turn to productive tillable cropland. This property is full of potential from farming and leasing to hunting!115.5 acres of tillable ground31.5 acres if waterways and grassProductive Soils: 23.1 acres of Wakeen silt loam, 3-7 percent slopes 25.7 acres of Harney silt loam, 1-3 percent slopes 25.2 acres of Nibson-Wakeen silt loams, 3-20 percent slopes 46.4 acres of Uly silt loam, 1-3 percent slopes 25.8 acres of Uly silt loam, 3-6 percent slopesPlease give me a call for a qualified private showing or for more information in regards to this property!
$449,000  •  159.5 acres
Smoky River Whitetail EscapeNestled in the heart of Kansas, a few hundred yards north of the Smoky Hill River, this property is perfect for the discerning whitetail deer hunter, turkey hunter, and investor. This property has the best of everything from natural springs and creeks to the big valleys and draws full of timber. Not to mention the open hillside pastures, and flat, wide open cultivated farmland acting as huge natural food plots while also bringing in a nice income. The luscious habitat is one of a kind. Numerous Rio Grande Turkeys take refuge in the timber at night while feeding in the cultivated wheat field during the day. Just a short drive southwest from this property lies the largest wetlands in the interior United States, Cheyenne Bottoms Refuge. Cheyenne Bottoms sits in the heart of the central flyway providing a home to various species of waterfowl during migration. The topography, farmland, timber, and cover just north of the Smoky Hill River checks off everything on the list for the pickiest of big game hunters. +/- 70 acres of tillable+/- 90 acres pasture, grass, and timberCurrent farming tenant is available to continue cash renting or share cropping the farming operations.Adjacent north of the property is currently an astonishing +/- 360 acre farmstead consisting of a home place, cultivated ground, well maintained pastures, and hunting land for sale known as Kepka Family Farm. This property would be a great compliment if looking to expand your investment portfolio or recreational hideout.Soil Type:45.2 acres of Harney Silt Loam, 1-3 percent slopes48.8 acres of Wells Loam, 3-7 percent slopes64.3 acres of Armo Loam, 7-15 percent slopes2.2 acres of Tobin Silt Loam, occasionally flooded
$200,000  •  159.3 acres
+/- 160 acresExcellent productive farmland located about 15 miles southwest of Rush Center, KS along with hunting access in the heart of Central Kansas. Here is your opportunity to purchase 160+/- acres with an additional 1,015 acres of hunting access for 5 years with the hunting lease beginning at date of closing. The lease acreage is all within 4 miles of the property and has something to offer for all different types of hunting. With large expanses of pasture, cropland, rolling hills, large grass waterways, small blocks of timber, seasonal creeks, and multiple ponds these leases have it all. Large whitetailed deer, mule deer, bobwhite quail, pheasants, prairie chickens, turkeys, ducks, geese, and coyotes all call out frequently and live within habitat of these properties. With no hunting pressure for over a decade, this is sure to be a dream come true for many to have this many acres of hunting access in Kansas. The fertile farm ground features 140 acres of rolling dry land cultivation. Heavy duty posts stand in the corners of this property allowing for quality fencing to be installed if desired. A newly, rebuilt water well with electric pump lies in the northwest corner of the property ready to be put to good use. A beautiful spring runs down the heart of the draw supplying water for the deer, quail, and pheasant in this area. Multiple coveys of quail take refuge in the brush and thickets that outline this property. Deer sign and tracks can be found throughout the property, specifically near the water source and brush. Whether you are looking for in income producing recreation property or simply considering adding to your farming operation, this property is sure to bring great value. Opportunities like this are rarely available in the heart of Kansas!! Please give JC Bosch a call today at 620-282-9572.Property Features:+/-140 tillable acres+/- 20 acres grass and treesSpring with running streamsExcellent Upland Bird hunting opportunityGreat Deer hunting opportunityIncome Potential: estimated cash rental $33/acreSoil Description: Primarily made up of Uly Silt Loam and Harney Silt Loam. Great soil!Location: Approximately 15 miles southwest of Rush Center, KS.Please contact J. C. Bosch for more information and a qualified showing!
$2,000,000  •  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.
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J.C. Bosch
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