0 122nd Rd, Burden, Kansas, 67019
CROPLAND * CATTLE GRAZING * EXCELLENT HUNTING * COWLEY COUNTY, KS
PROPERTY LOCATION: From Burden, Kansas go 1 mile East on Highway 160, and then South on 231ST Road for 1 mile, to the Northwest corner of the farm. (Watch for auction signs).
LEGAL DESCRIPTION: Lots 3 and 4 and the South Half of the Northwest Quarter of Section 1, Township 32 South, Range 6 East of the 6th P.M., Cowley County, Kansas.
INFORMATION: According to Cowley County, Kansas the farm contains a total 153+/- acres. The farm is being offered as a whole, but the seller would be willing to split it in two individual tracts, priced at $2,000/acre. Tract #1: consists of 79+/- acres of cropland with very little timber, along the southwest portion of the farm. Tract #2: consists of 74+/- acres of grass pasture, ponds, and timberland.
PROPERTY PREVIEW: The property can be previewed by scheduling an appointment, contact the company at (877) 318-0438. There are cattle on the grass pasture, so please keep the gates closed when touring.
GENERAL DESCRIPTION: This farm is located on the western edge of the renowned Flint Hills Ecoregion of Southeast Kansas, in Cowley County. It is comprised of good and fairly level cropland as well as a mixture of open pasture, timber and ponds. The property is located inside the Kansas Deer Management Unit #12 just outside the town of Burden, and Cowley County has a reputation for producing nice Whitetail bucks and plentiful turkey populations. Several deer moved around the property during our initial inspections, and this farm is loaded with wildlife habitat and lots of tracks. It has the right amount of open cropland and cover to make this a nice hunting farm for the enthusiast, as well as a solid investment.
FSA INFORMAITON: According to the Cowley County, Kansas Farm Services Agency, there are 79.66 cropland acres with the following base acres and yields. Wheat 46.70 base acres and 32 bushel yield; Sorghum 24.00 base acres and 43 bushel yield; Soybeans 1.10 base acres and 9 bushel yield; Barley 0.70 base acres and 40 bushel yield.
SOIL TYPES: The principal soil types of the cropland are: Labette silty clay loam, class 2e with 1 to 3 percent slopes; and Labette-Dwight complex, class 2e with 0 to 3 percent slopes. The pasture land has soils comprised of Florence cherty silt loam, 5 to 15 percent slopes; and Martin-Florence complex, 2 to 12 percent slopes.
SURVEY: In the event the property is sold to two separate (different) buyers, the cost of survey will be split between the seller (50%) and buyers (25% each). If the same person or entity buys both tracts, no survey will be provided or needed to transfer ownership.
POSSESSION: Possession of the property will be given upon payment in full of the purchase price and transfer of title at closing, subject to the existing agricultural leases, as follows:
TAXES: The general taxes for 2019 were $929.94.
MINERALS: No mineral rights are owned or being transferred by the Seller.
PERSONAL PROPERTY: The pipe, tanks, equipment, hunting stands, livestock and personal property currently located on the farm do not sell and will be removed prior to closing.
NOTE: This farm has been in the same family for several years and due to the passing of their father, it is now being made available to you. The farm will offer the new owners an excellent investment opportunity for farming, cattle grazing, hunting and quiet rural Kansas living. Don’t miss this opportunity to purchase a very nice Cowley County farm.