Land for Sale in Kansas
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In terms of size, Kansas is the country's 15th-largest state, covering an area of 82,282 square miles (53 million acres). Of its total landmass, 81,759 square miles (99 percent) covers land area, while the remaining 520 square miles is made up of water. Kansas lists 26 state parks covering some 32,200 acres of land and including more than 500 miles of trails, over 10,000 campsites and more than 130,000 surface-acres of water. Popular game species to hunt in Kansas include wild turkey, bobwhite quail, elk and duck, while anglers can cast for bluegill, catfish, largemouth bass, walleye and more on rivers and lakes throughout the state. Lands of America research shows that 98 percent of land in Kansas is privately owned. Kansas's current price-per-acre average places it 29th in the country in terms of land value. This data represents $661 million of ranches, farms and other land acreage for sale in the state covering a total of 246,523 acres. Farmland was the most common type of land for sale in Kansas. Of the 105 counties in the state, Miami County had the most rural property and land for sale.
PRICE REDUCED! Sitting just south of the town of Labette and the well-known KS Army Ammunition plant, which is 13,727 acres in size. This property offers the necessary habitat that is needed for great hunting with a very hard to find habitat mix. Whether you are going after big, mature bucks or giant gobblers, the mix of mature timber, fresh water, and tillable offer exceptional potential to fill your tag. With the tillable acres of class II & III silt loam soils, the crops produced each year are outstanding and generate a very nice income for the owner with a 1/3 to 2/3 crop-share in place. Take a quick glance at the property and you will notice the mature timber creates seclusion and great hunting locations throughout. Several of
Late model horse barn with eight outside-accessible stalls, concrete central floor, tack room/office area, hay loft and half bath, at southwest corner of Oswego. Forty acres (m/l) of lush fenced pasture.