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$282,600 160 acres
Selden, KS 67757 - Sheridan County

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 This 160 acre tract is located 6 miles south and 3 miles west of Selden on farm trails in Sheridan County, Kansas. It features 108.55 acres of level to rolling dryland cultivation, 22.53 acres of farmable expired CRP and 25.67 acres of rough native grass. The farmland could be cash leased at $50 per acre. The CRP and grassland could be leased at $2500 per year for deer hunting. This would produce a total income of $5438 plus $2500 or $7938 yielding an Overall Annual Return of 2.81%. Upland game hunting and other recreation would still be available for the owners enjoyment. The property is presently planted to 2019 wheat and the Seller shall retain 100% of the growing crop ,with the buyer option to pay tenant expenses for growing crop. 1/2
Terry Preston Hayden Outdoors
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$125,000 0 acres
115 Main st, Selden, KS 67757 - Sheridan County

Chuck Wagon Bar n Grill

Bar & Grill business opportunity located in the town of Selden, Kansas, just 18 miles North of Hoxie, Kansas.  This turn key business is conveniently located on main street just one block South of Hwy 83.  Spacious inside dining as well as a private outdoor patio set up for horse shoes, corn hole, and sand volleyball. This building could be easily converted to a Hunting Lodge or BNB.  The building has endless business opportunities.
Terry Preston Hayden Outdoors
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$600,000 160 acres
Selden, KS 67757 - Sheridan County

Section 21-7-29 Sheridan County

This land sits on a main county road with great access and close to markets. With Hoxie, Ks being just 10 miles away, Selden, Ks. 7 miles and the Hoxie feed yard 1 mile up the road, your options are limitless.This ground also has a Reinke irrigation system on it that is set on the west edge and set up to wind shield wipe the west 60-70 acres.The property has a small draw on the east side of the field you could easily fence it off and have nice little pasture for winter grazing.
Terry Preston Hayden Outdoors