$825,600   •   258 Acres

Meticulously maintained, this roughly 258 acre pasture provides ample opportunity for the cattle producer and the sportsman alike. Land This rolling brome and native grass mix pasture is well watered with 4 ponds and Long Branch Creek, which appears to have multiple sporadic spring locations along it’s run through the property.  Any deadfall from the trees that lie along the creek and fence rows have been piled, while fences and gates have been maintained annually to keep cattle contained. The owner has worked to keep the pasture clear of invasive trees and weeds which has led to optimized grazing opportunities and rates it at 7 acres per cow-calf pair. The Pasture(s) can be ran as a contiguous ~258 acres or split off from the East ~73 acres: The East approximately 73 acres has 3 ponds and the continuation a drainage coming from the N. This pasture also has a small catch pen set up. The West roughly 185 acres has 1 large pond and Long Branch Creek. There is also an old windmill in this pasture that is non-functional. A gravel road ends on the NE side of the East pasture, and the pastures are accessible via dirt roads through one of the multiple gate locations or can be traversed throughout. Recreation Versatile, this pasture offers the opportunity to hunt whitetail deer, quail, and waterfowl. The creek offers bedding areas along it’s South end and also serves as a travel corridor along with the many fencerows. Many deer bed in the grass pockets and waterways in the fields during the day and move at dusk to feed in the fields. Implementing a small food plot in one of the secluded areas along the creek could improve the hunting for deer and quail. Several coveys of quail have been found in the pasture and it’s easy to understand why with the large expanse of diverse grasses and good grain food sources nearby which has also lent itself to the pheasants that have been seen in the area. The large stock dam has also held flocks of ducks and geese this fall and spring on their migration. Water/Mineral Rights & Natural Resources Any and all mineral and water rights that are owned by the seller will convey to the buyer. Region & Climate Jewell, KS County has a climate that is characterized as humid continental. Summers in the county tend to be hot and humid with average temperatures between 70-80°F. Winters in the area are generally cold and dry, with temperatures averaging between 20-30°F. Precipitation in the area is relatively balanced year-round, with about 3-4 inches of average rainfall each month. Jewell County experiences all four distinct seasons, making it an ideal place to live in for those who enjoy experiencing changing weather patterns throughout the year. Summer High: the July high is around 90 degrees Winter Low: the January low is 15 Rain: averages 28 inches of rain a year Snow: averages 21 inches of snow a year ***Information according to bestplaces.net Location Directions to the NE corner of the property via HWY & gravel road: From Burr Oak, KS – 7 miles N on HWY 128 to Cedar RD and 3 miles E to 140 RD, then 2 miles S From Guide Rock, NE – 6.8 miles S on HWY 78/128 to Cedar RD and 3 miles E to Cedar RD, then 2 miles S From Superior, NE – S on HWY 14 to Diamond RD, then W 5 miles to 160 RD, then S 1 mile to Cedar RD, then W 2 miles to 140 RD, and S 2 miles. Mankato, KS and Superior, NE are both roughly 10 – 15 minutes away via country roads for supplies and dining needs. **To view this property, please contact the listing agent to schedule your showing. ***Please note: A survey will be completed to determine the boundary between sections 19 & 30. All acreage references in this description are estimated and should not be taken as exact values.***


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Hayden Outdoors Real Estate
Hayden Outdoors Real Estate
Aaron Baumann
Aaron Baumann
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