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$4,950,000 6,302.8 acres
Englewood, KS 67864 - Clark County

6,302.8 acres Englewood, KS

Combination of both dry and irrigated cropland and pasture land bordering the Oklahoma State line in southern Clark County, Kansas. This property features storage buildings, an office, a modern 2,337 sq. ft. shop with 36'x18' door, cattle sheds, and excellent livestock working and loading facilities. Pastures are well watered and easily accessible. Located in Kansas Deer Management Units 16 and 18 with existing deer habitat and excellent development potential for the recreational buyer. A sand pit on the property offers the potential for additional income. For additional information, please contact Matt Foos, Agent, at (620) 385-2151 or (620) 255-1811.
Farmers National Company Farmers National Company
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$2,395,000 1,563 acres
Hollow E0018, Englewood, KS 73844 - Meade County

1,563 acres Englewood, KS

PRICE REDUCED! There are very few properties across North America that have a reputation and name that are famous. The Wallahachie Ranch is simply one of those properties. Amongst the inner circle of big deer fanatics in the Midwest, the Wallahachie has the reputation and history of big deer production that is talked about, it is known, and it is respected. This ranch has provided its stewards with many big deer, including animals that have topped 200". It has a rare combination of seclusion, water, crop, cover, and genetics that bring everything together into a very special place. It sits with 1172 acres in Oklahoma and 391 acres in Kansas where the famous Cimarron River and Crooked Creek come together and rolling elevations provide e
Tom McFarlane/Todd Bigbee Whitetail Properties
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$893,350 1,051 acres
29350 E Road, Englewood, KS 67864 - Meade County

1,051 acres Englewood, KS

A great combination grazing and hunting ranch with numerous opportunities. Being victim to the largest wildfire in Kansas history, this ranch has come back stronger than ever. The grass is in fantastic shape, yet cover is still available throughout the draw that dissects the property and sees’s good deer travel during the rut. Wildlife is bountiful in the area with big whitetails and muley bucks, multiple quail coveys and an up and coming pheasant population as well. For ranchers, there is brand new fencing throughout and around the property for an adequate cattle operation. The ranch has multiple water sources with a combination of windmill and electric to tanks along with several ponds. There is also approximately 60 acres of CRP. T
Tom McFarlane/Todd Bigbee Whitetail Properties