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The Spring Creek 400 is conveniently located approximately 20 west-northwest of Coffeyville in Montgomery County, Kansas. The farm has had very little hunting pressure, especially in the last several years. This has allowed the property to become a safe haven for the wildlife while additionally allowing the younger bucks to reach maturity. The large agriculture fields that adjoin this property also provide great bedding areas as the corn grows and reaches maturity.
The 400-acres on this ranch consists of approximately 100-acres of tillable, 156-acres of native grass, 24-acres of CRP, and 150-acres of timber/creek bottom. In the past, the owner has cut and baled 60-80-acres of native grass. However, the balance remains untouched and is nearly waist high and makes for great bedding areas. The area that has been baled could also be left untouched providing even greater habitat. Also hidden in pockets of the native grass are two food plots that are currently planted in clover.
The tillable acreage is currently planted in corn and is cash leased at $65/acre. The 24-acres of CRP expire September 30, 2021, and could potentially be re-enrolled; thus increasing your return. The mature walnut trees that line Spring Creek could also be harvested to recapture some expense while leaving the smaller trees to grow and be harvested at a later date.
The property boasts just over 2-miles of Spring Creek frontage. There are several other small feeder drainages that empty into the creek that traverses through the property. Two ponds can also be found - one on the north end of the farm with the other on the south end.
As seen in the pictures, this farm and area has some very unique non-typical genetics and has produced some incredible whitetails. Additional pictures can be provided to qualified buyers.
If you're looking for a place to build a cabin or homestead, there are two rural water meters as well as electricity available at the road.
This property literally has it all. If you're looking for a property that has the genetics and potential to produce big whitetails, then this is a property for you. Call Jacob Rice at (405) 229-6835 to schedule your private showing today!
- 2-miles of Spring Creek
- Multiple income revenues - tillable, grass hay, walnut timber harvest potential
- Great genetics
- Average annual rainfall of 43"
- All of the owned mineral interests to convey to the buyer - believed to be approx. 85-acres
- Utilities available - 2 rural water meters and electricity at the road
- 13 miles to Coffeyville, KS
- 74 miles to Tulsa, OK
- 78 miles to Joplin, MO
- 121 miles to Wichita