This new listing is a tremendous representation of pasture management through rotational grazing and a diverse plant community. Along with recreational attributes and quality improvements, this Anderson County property is a beautiful jewel for the cattle operator and is ready to go to work for you.
The acreage total is 640 acres more or less and is divided into multiple traps to utilize for both rotational grazing as well as haying if desired. Some of the traps are separated by good to excellent barbed wire and some utilize electric fences to allow for ease of movement during rotation. The four main traps are divided east to west into approximate acreages of 151, 135, 168, and 171. There’s also an electric fence dividing these traps approximately in half if you desire to rotate through smaller traps.
The barbed-wire boundary fences would cost a small fortune to replace and are buffered by an electric fence, keeping their quality and preservation in mind. A tremendous amount of effort was put into the installation of the electric fence just inside the barbed wire in order to keep the cows from creating leaning posts and loose wires which has proven to be a beneficial use of time and expense. The south boundary fence is six strands rated excellent. The west boundary fence is five and six-strand, the majority with wire stays and rated good to excellent. The north boundary fence is four and five strands rated adequate to good and the east fence is five and six-strand rated adequate to good. Please check out the videos and pictures of the fences.
By design, the grasses on this tract are diverse and lend perfectly to rotational grazing. The cattle can be moved between cool-season and warm-season grasses to optimize performance. Grasses include Smooth Brome, Fescue, Big Bluestem, Indian, Switch, Eastern Gamagrass, and Little Bluestem. The plant community here is currently very healthy, most of it yet untouched during the 2022 grazing season.
The water on this offering is also a wonderful attribute, being a combination of multiple ponds, a creek, and rural water. Rural water not only supplies the catch-pen and improvements but has also been run to automatic waterers in multiple traps. Public water was run approximately 3/4 of a mile through the pasture to a six-hole Mirafount waterer that can supply up to four different traps. There’s a four-hole Mirafount that supplies the trap east of this one and a two-hole Mirafount in the catch-pen. The creek flows through the Western 1/3rd of the property and there are multiple ponds spread out moving east across it.
There are multiple improvements and infrastructure in place that transfer to the Buyer. Starting with an all-steel-frame building measuring approximately 65’ X 75’ that can be used for equipment storage, livestock shelter, or transitioned to a covered working facility to process cattle out of the elements. There were formerly living quarters in the northwest corner of the building that needs some TLC but could be fixed back up if desired. To the west of this building is another structure measuring approximately 70’ X 15’ that provides shelter for cattle as well as storage and support for the processing pens and chute that are adjacent to the north. This processing area is well set up with WW brand equipment that transfers with the property. To the south of the buildings are multiple catches and feeding pens with continuous fencing and concrete bunks.
There’s plenty of recreational appeal to this parcel as well with the heavily wooded draw on the east side and multiple stands of timber throughout the property. Please be sure to check out the trailcam pics provided by the Seller’s grandson. We’ve seen multiple deer on every trip to this tract and turkeys on occasion. The property also boasts a good quail population which can quickly be attested to with a visit to the property as they are typically calling from all directions on a sunny day.
Location is also another very attractive attribute. This parcel is located on the Anderson/Linn County line on a good gravel road just a mile off of Hwy 31. It’s approximately 30 miles to Iola, 23 miles to Garnett, and 55 miles to the KC metro.
Please give Cameron Roth a call at 785-917-0867 to set up a tour of this top-shelf offering. It’s a standout property of the highest level that would be very tough to duplicate!
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Driving Directions: Take Hwy. 31 east out of Kincaid for 4 miles to Wyoming Rd. and turn south. Proceed one mile and the property begins on the west side.
Brief Legal Description: All of Section 10, Township 23, Range 21 East of the 6th P.M., Anderson County, Kansas.
Minerals: The Seller’s mineral rights transfer to the Buyer. There is no production.
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