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In 25 years of guiding and hunting on the eastern plains it still amazes
me how the right patch of ground in the middle of the prairie produces year in
and year out. Prowers County 314 is one
of these spots that will continue to amaze year in and year out. In 2019 a mule deer officially scoring 225"
was killed with a bow on the property
This particular parcel is the smaller of two contiguous tracts that run
along a dry creek bottom. The creek is
surrounded by agriculture and becomes the best bedding area for miles when the
crops are cut. Whether its trophy mule
deer, trophy whitetail, antelope or pheasant this beautiful hidden gem is
exactly what the most successful guides and outfitters hunting eastern Colorado
and forbs surround the dry creek. The CRP on the farm consists of 244.7 acres
and the annual payment is $8,187 and is good until 2022, plus a NEW WIND LEASE that pays $1256 per year
for a development lease to hold it and could generate substantial income post
development. The neighboring properties consist of fertile farm fields with
crops such as corn, Milo, and wheat. The surrounding crop fields show that this
farm would be a great producing farm. With
the amount of acreage, the property could be enrolled in the Landowner
Preference Program for landowner vouchers for deer. Dead end county road access
gives the property seclusion from the traveled roads. With the appreciating
land values on recreational and farm ground, now is the time to invest in your
own property. Showings by appointment only! Call today to schedule a showing.
of Holly, 104 miles to Garden City, Kansas, and 268 miles from Denver.
income of $8,187, with a contract expiration of 2022.
that pays $1,256 per year
Vouchers available thru enrollment of the Landowner Preference Program
available for qualified buyers