Leo Hayden


John Leo Hayden has been a real estate broker for the past 40 years selling properties in Kansas and Colorado. Leo is proud to work with his two sons Dax and Seth in a business he started in Hays, Kansas in 1975. Leo is the “boss” and works in the business selling land and advising the team and providing for Hayden Outdoors. As a Licensed General Appraiser Leo knows value. Leo has extensive background in farming, ranching and livestock management. Growing up in the Western Kansas town of Goodland, Leo is proud of the knowledge he has gained in agriculture by growing up in the horse and cattle business. Experience in land sales is invaluable to Leo and his clients and it has given him a great amount of sales success over the past 40 years. Some of the best ranch and farm sales in Kansas like the Dunne Valley Ranch and the Box Ranch are just an examples of the trust he commands and deserves. Leo is very active in the land and agriculture business. Leo loves hunting, fishing and golf and loves these activities with friends, his sons and grandchildren. Leo has been married to Judy Marcotte Hayden for over 45 years and still holds that fact out as his greatest life achievement.
$464,000  •  313.5 acres
Here is a great opportunity to acquire additional grass or to convert into fertile cropland. These two tracts offer good county road access with the road dividing the two parcels.The west parcel features flat to gently rolling slope fit for breaking into cropland. Or, for the avid cattle or outdoorsman, this property offers the opportunity to grow your cattle operation or enjoy the upland bird hunting. The East parcel features some low-lying areas as well as terraced terrain still fit for crop production. There is an old windmill currently on the property. Overall, these two pieces make for a great opportunity to add value to your farm and cash flow to your operation. Contact Nathan Linin today with any questions.
$160,000  •  159.6 acres
Here is another good piece of grass ready to run cattle on. This piece currently offers good fencing along with a windmill that shares water with the neighboring parcel to the south. This tract features some unique views and elevation changes rarely spotted in Sherman County. With cliffs and a deer stand implemented, this parcel is a great investment along with added recreational opportunities. This tract would be perfect for riding ATV's. With wooded areas nearby, this property has been known to house some of the best deer in Kansas. Contact Nathan Linin today to view this parcel.
$180,000  •  155.2 acres
Here is a great tract of grass with gentle rolling slope. This parcel features 80 acres of CRP which will expire this fall (2020), and 80 acres of grass perfect for cattle, pheasant hunting, and deer prospecting. There is currently a deer stand on the property that overlooks the layout. The northeast portion of this tract features some slope while the western portion boasts flat to gently rolling terrain. Contact Nathan Linin today for further questions on how to make this yours.
$804,000  •  640 acres
New to the market are 4 beautiful quarters of Northwest Kansas farm, ranch, and recreational property. These 4 quarters are packaged together to create magnificent hunting tracts along with the ability to lease for cattle purposes or break into farmground. NW 1/4 28-6-38This piece features rolling grassland perfect for grazing cattle, buffalo, or horses. Good baseline fences with some additional possibly needed pending your specific needs.SW 1/4 16-6-38This tract has a much more gentle slope to it, but also carries great grassland for grazing your farm animals. An 80-acre tract through this quarter is currently enrolled in CRP which is set to expire Oct of 2020. CRP payment on this tract is $3,164/year. Additional fencing would be required if looking to utilize as ranchland.SW 1/4 33-6-38 & SE1/4 34-6-38These two tracts have both been enrolled in the CRP program as well. The East quarter had a CRP contract expire in Oct of 2018, and the West quarter has a CRP contract expiring Oct 2019. Payment on the active CRP quarter is $5,413. Potential for re-enrollment into CRP may be an option, but would need further research. Both of these tracts feature excellent hunting and potential for cropland. The west quarter features a pond providing water for wildlife and the east has a low-lying lagoon that helps supplement water supply when big rains occur. Overall, this is a rare opportunity to purchase land in a notoriously very productive county. These parcels can be purchased as a unit or seperately as follows:SW 1/4 33-6-38 & SE1/4 34-6-38 - $464,000NW 1/4 28-6-38 - $160,000SW 1/4 16-6-38 - $180,000Contact Leo Hayden at 785-821-3683 or Nathan Linin at 785-340-5331 today for further information or details on this property.
$565,000  •  610 acres
Here's a great tract of turn-key grass or recreational adventure. This property sits among the start of the Arikaree Breaks with beautiful views and changes in elevation. Currently, the property has good 4-wire fencing. A windmill sits centrally located amidst the pasture with depth of approximately 170 feet and supplies good water. The property has electricity on the southern border for the avid developer who is looking to build your dream escape. With the secluded location of this tract, along with the cliffs and scenic views this property provides, it is a mecca for wildlife. Turkey, deer, prairie chickens, pheasants, and other small game roam these meadows. This property can be purchased together with an adjacent 240 acres of cropland to the East. Contact me today for questions or to tour this great property.
$850,000  •  840 acres
Here is a great value and expansion opportunity for your farm & ranch. New to the marketing is a great farm that consists of 200 acres +/- of good producing farmground. In addition, comes approximately 640 acres +/- of grassland overlooking the Arikaree Breaks. This property features good fencing and supplies the farm animals with water via a good working windmill. This farm is located in Cheyenne County in Northwest Kansas. North of I-70 and Northwest of Bird City, Kansas on road 25, this farm provides a rural location with sudden changes in elevation on the grassland provides great hideout spots for wildlife. With minimal work required to utilize the grassland and the added bonus of the fertile cropland, you are ready to put your money to work. Contact Nathan Linin today for a tour or questions regarding this farm.
$285,000  •  238 acres
Here is a good tillable farm located in Cheyenne County, Kansas. Nestled away, yet on good county roads, this parcel features tremendous views of the Arikaree Breaks. With good soils that consists of 60% Ulysses Silt Loam with 1-3% slope and 40% Colby Silt Loam with 3-15 % slope, this farm is ready for production. This tract is divided into two sections of North & South. The south tract will be planted to milo. Rolling terrain is present here with a valley through the middle. The North half features flat terrain and is planned to sit fallow. In addition - there is a 40 acre tract of grass that sits on the NW corner of the property that flows into the start of the Arikaree Breaks. This area is perfect for a hobby rancher or for the outdoorsman looking for a great place to hunt. Overall - this farm features good income with great recreational potential. Please feel free to check out the photos and contact me with any questions. Your next investment or equity opportunity awaits!
Hayden Outdoors

Leo Hayden
501 Main St. #A
Windsor, CO 80550

Mobile: 785-821-3683