Located in the famous Flint hills Region of north-central Oklahoma, this ranch lies in the mix of some of the most productive tall grass prairie in the country. This 400 acres offers exceptionally managed ranchland that is highly productive for hay and cattle grazing. The views of the Flint Hills from this ranch is a must see as these rolling hills of native pastures go on for miles and miles. Land Ranches are hardly ever offered on the market in this region of Oklahoma. The surrounding ranches are largely owned that almost never hit the open market. This offering is a rare opportunity to own 400 acres of continuous acres in these hills that would fit a local rancher for a highly productive hay resource. The ranch has produced well over 700 bales in good climate years and averages over 400 in dryer years. Grazing cattle on this ranch would consists of 8 acres to an animal unit and there is ample water to support livestock needs. Features to this property include: Beautiful views of the Flint Hills Great water – 4 ponds Natural springs – sub moisture Low property taxes Fenced Hay Meadows Managed and improved pastures Income producing High yielding hay production, 400-700+ bales at 1100lb each Amazing home site 1/2 mile county road frontage Flint Hills tall grass prairie Grazing and hay leases available Whitetail Deer hunting / rifle spot and stalk Improvements The ranch has been managed for maximum production of prairie hay as that is its main use with some light cattle grazing. The 400 acres is completely perimeter fenced accompanied by great access and good water sources that makes the ranch ideal for cattle livestock production. Recreation With the rolling hills of native prairie there are pockets of outcroppings of limestone and some brush areas. These unique areas hold some impressive whitetail bucks during the rut as they roam the vast areas of the Flint Hills chasing does. The owner and his family have had some great encounters with large whitetail bucks while spot and stalking in these rolling hills. Agriculture Prominent grass species are big bluestem, switchgrass, and Indian grass. The native tall grass prairie is renewed by fire and grazing, which also keeps back the growth of trees and shrubs. The ranch owner has taken additional steps on this ranch to preserve and protect the prairie by intensely managing with prescribed burning and aerial herbicide. These management practices over the years has created some exceptional clear native pastures that are highly productive. The ranch has been used over the years primarily for hay production. Normal weather patterns of adequate rainfall the ranch can produce over 700 bales of hay 1000-1100lb bales. Water/Mineral Rights & Natural Resources Any and all minerals owned will be conveyed to the new buyer. Seller does not warrant the amount of minerals to be conveyed. Location From Kaw City, Oklahoma travel east on Highway 11 to Olsen Lane, Turn left on Olsen Lane for 1 mile, turn right on Furguson Avenue for about 2 miles, as you cross Kaw Lake for 1/2 mile turn right on Hardy Lane, travel Hardy Lane for 3 miles. Property is on the right.