This is your chance to own classic American farmland in the panhandle of Oklahoma. These two quarter sections sit adjacent to each other and run east to west. This dryland, tillable farmland has proven productive and would make an excellent addition to any operating or investment portfolio. Land In total, there are 320 acres with +/-301.5 acres of tillable farmland and +/-18.5 acres of native grass in the northwest corner of the property. The native grass portion of the property would make a nice homestead, or could be used for grazing livestock. The property consists entirely of Class 2, Gruver Clay Loam soils with 0 to 1% slope. Improvements There is a water well that sits within the native grass area in the northwest corner of the property. The well has been tested at 175 gallons per minute and could be updated & used toward a future opportunity to irrigate a portion of the property, or it could also be used to provide water for a future on-site home. Recreation Hunting opportunities include upland birds and predators. Agriculture The property has grown wheat and milo in recent years. Water/Mineral Rights & Natural Resources Water rights are included in the sale of this property. Seller does not own the mineral rights and they will not transfer as a part of this sale. Region & Climate Goodwell, Oklahoma gets 19 inches of rain and 15 inches of snow per year, on average. Location Elkhart, Kansas is the nearest town. Elkhart has a hospital and all typical services, including farm implement dealers.