$1   •   625.5 Acres

ABSOLUTE AUCTION. Online Bidding: Begins June 11, 2024 at 8:00 am CST. Live Begins: June 13, 2024 at 10 AM CST at Bushton, KS Community Center.LandThis is your chance to purchase +/-625.5 contiguous acres of fertile Kansas dry land  and pasture. This parcel offers  +/-525 acres of tillable farm ground, with nearly all being comprised of Class 2 & 3 soils. The balance includes +/- 102 acres of mostly fenced pasture and a few oil lease roads. There are currently +/- 240 acres planted to wheat that will be harvested this summer. Additionally, there are two producing oil wells. Calf creek meanders through the pasture from north to south, offering a water source for livestock and wild game. ImprovementsThere is a barn located towards SW corner of the property, with a livestock tank with electric pump.  The barbed wire pasture fence is overall in really good shape. There is a stretch of fence along the northeast section of pasture that needs to be replaced or repaired. RecreationThis property has more to offer than just farm ground. Upland birds love the grain fields as well as the pasture for cover and feed. Whitetail deer also like to call numerous areas of this 625 +/- acres home, with feed and cover all in one area. On a good year of rain, you can see both the pond on the north end of the pasture as well as calf creek hold water. Dense timber is present throughout the 102+/- acres of pasture. AgricultureThis property would make a great addition to any farm and ranch portfolio with its relatively large size, it’s wonderful soils and diversified habitat. There is a current farm lease in place for 2024 so all ground is subject to tenant rights for this calendar year. – Buyer shall be responsible for 1/3 of the expenses related to growing the fall crop, and will receive 1/3 of the fall crop. – Seller shall be responsible for their share expenses related to growing the current wheat crop, and will receive their share of the wheat crop. Buyer will not receive any portion of the current wheat crop. Soils: – 258.99 Acres – Class 2 Crete silt loam, 1 to 3 percent slopes – 70.61 Acres – Class 2 Geary silt loam, 1 to 3 percent slopes – 55.69 Acres – Class 3 Geary silt loam, 3 to 7 percent slopes – 41.53 Acres – Class 2 Wells loam, 1 to 3 percent slopes – 32.07 Acres – Class 2 Harney silt loam, 1 to 3 percent slopes – 32.07 Acres – Class 3 Harney-Wakeen complex, 3 to 7 percent slopes – 21.23 Acres – Class 2 Crete silt loam, 0 to 1 percent slopes, loess plains and breaks – 10.42 Acres – Class 2 Tobin silt loam, occasionally flooded – 2.2 Acres – Class 6 Nibson-Wakeen silt loams, 3 to 20 percent slopes Water/Mineral Rights & Natural Resources– All mineral rights (if any) currently owned by the Seller will transfer to the Purchaser at closing. Seller does not guarantee the amount of minerals owned, but believes the minerals are 100% intact. Region & ClimateBushton, KS has a hot, semi-arid climate with warm summers and mild winters. Summers are usually hot and humid, with temperatures regularly reaching into the mid-90s, while winters tend to feature cold nights with temperatures in the upper 20s. Precipitation is light throughout the year, with most of it falling during the summer months. 24 inches of rain, on average, per year. 16 inches of snow per year. On average, there are 225 sunny days per year in Bushton, KS. LocationLocated in Ellsworth County along Avenue X, just 1 mile north of Highway 4, 1/2 mile south of Highway 156, and about 3 miles northwest of Bushton, KS. Legal Description: S29, T17, R10 W, Acres 625.5, All Sec Less R/W


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