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Income-Producing Farm & Ranch For Sale in Clark County, KS - Auction
6,300.00 acres
Contact United Country Stutzman Realty & Auction / Realtree Hunting Properties to inquire and learn more about this Farm / Ranch / Hunting property located in Western Kansas. Theisco Farms, located in Clark County, is about one hour south of historic Dodge City, Kansas. Situated along and north of the Kansas / Oklahoma state line, this property is rich in history with ties to the development and building of infrastructure throughout Western Kansas, most notably in the Dodge City area. Dating back to the late 1800s, the Theis family bought and developed this farm and ranch operation. Hereford beef cattle, being raised on their ranch operations in Texas and New Mexico, were moved along portions of the Santa Fe Trail and the Western Trail to the Clark County Kansas operation. At one time, the Clark County property spread over 17,000 acres across Western Kansas. The last remaining 6,300 acres are being offered individually as Tract #1 and #2. Tract #1 is 2,900+/- acres of contiguous grass pasture. Tract #2 is 3,400+/- acres of grass pasture and farm ground, all of which are contiguous. Selling by Private Auction Bid by Phone Bid by May 5, 2020. Call today with any inquiries about the bidding process, learn the current bid or to place a bid. Contact Tobias Stutzman Associate Broker at Office (620) 356-1954 or Mobile (620) 952-1478. DIRECTIONS: From Dodge City, KS: Travel south on US HWY 283 for approximately 50 miles. Signs are posted on either side of HWY 283 immediately south of Englewood, KS city limits. Signs are posted at accessible corners along the county roads. TRACT #1 DESCRIPTION: The East Side is comprised of 2,900+/- acres contiguous grass pasture. The fencing, almost 15 miles, are 4-5-wire cattle-tight in excellent condition. Boasting four windmills and a spring fed watering source, this property is situated for any operation including year-round grazing. The northeast corner features a 26x70 steel building complete with concrete flooring and accessibility to electricity. The northeast also features two traps that are 180+/- and 195+/- acres in size. The terrain and grasses vary from short hardy buffalo on the level plains to thin-stemmed grasses transitioning into the sandhill areas. US HWY 283 runs diagonally thru Tract #1, allowing for easy access to each side of the property. East of HWY 283 is Kansas Deer Unit 16 and west of HWY 283 is Kansas Deer Unit 18. Whitetail and Mule Deer populations are evidenced and known in this area. With the ample water and feed supply situated within the habitat of the sandhills, this is where the big bucks are. Last but not least, there are traditionally high populations of upland birds such as quail and pheasant. LEGAL ADDRESS: 1) TR in E/2 of S1-T35-R25 2) All of S6-T35-R24 3) All of S7-T35-R24 4) All of S12-T35-R25 5) TR in E/2 of S11-T35-R25 6) TR in S14-T35-R25 7) TR in S13-T35-R25 and 8) TR in S18-T35-R24. 2,900 Auction Acres. TAXES: 2019 Approximately $3,426.76 POSSESSION: Possession shall be immediate upon Closing. TENANT: Goodnight Ranch, LLC Greg Goodnight has been the long-time tenant on this property. MINERALS: The Minerals Rights, believed to be owned 100% by the Seller, are intact and actively producing but NOT INCLUDED in this sale. WATER INFORMATION: There are four (4) Windmills that are fully operational and a spring-fed sandpit / watering area. The windmills are operational and have received regular maintenance and service. TRACT #2 DESCRIPTION: The West Side features 3,400+/- acres of farmland - both irrigated and dryland, native grass pasture, 700+ head cattle starter yard, sorting pens, climate-controlled office / bunkhouse with full bathroom, office,shop building with concrete flooring and electricity . Nearly 25 miles of perimeter and cross-fencing are in good to excellent shape, allowing for the continuation of crop and livestock operations. Approximately, 2,350 acres are tillable farmland of which 320 are irrigated. There is currently one section under pivot irrigation with 2019-Fall planted wheat. The other irrigated sections pivot was removed. The potentially irrigated 320 acres are supplied by three wells reportedly producing a combined 1,100 GPM. LEGAL ADDRESS: SE/4 of S4-T35-R25, All of S3-T35-R25, All of S2-T35-R25, TR in W/2 of S1-T35-R25, E/2 of S9-T35-R25, All of S10-T35-R25, TR in S11-T35-R25,TR in S16-T35-R25, TR in S15-T35-R25 and TR in S14-T35-R25 Clark County, KS. 3,400 Auction Acres. TAXES: 2019- Approximately $22,203.78 CROPS: Wheat: 1,059+/- acres of 2019 Fall-planted wheat. Buyer shall receive the Landlords 1/3 share with no expenses due. Alfalfa: 112+/- acres are in Alfalfa. Buyer shall receive the Landlords 1/3 share with no expenses due. IRRIGATION EQUIPMENT: One T-L 7-Tower pivot is located on S2 and S1-T35-R25. Approximately 125 acres are under pivot. An additional pivot pad is located on S2-T25-R25 and ready for a replacement pivot. There are a total of three irrigation wells designed to provide water to both pivots. IRRIGATION WATER: File #23015, Authorized Acres: 221.88 WEST WELL: Reportedly 600 GPM per Tenant. Natural Gas and Propane. This well has historically been used as a source of water for the Englewood Fire Department. Propane Gas is stored and supplied at the well for emergency use. MIDDLE WELL INFORMATION: Reported 200 GPM per Tenant EAST WELL INFORMATION: Reported 300 GPM per Tenant MINERALS: The Minerals Rights, believed to be owned 100% by the Seller, are intact and actively producing but NOT INCLUDED in this sale. POSSESSION: 1,059+/- acres of growing wheat shall be immediate upon closing and after 2020 wheat harvest of August 1, 2020, whichever happens first. Balance of acreage shall be immediate upon closing. TENANT: Goodnight Ranch, LLC Greg Goodnight. FSA INFORMATION: DCP Cropland 2349.24 Base Acreage PLC Yield Wheat 1531.9 31 Grain Sorghum 276.4 acres 80 Total Base Acres 1808.3 Contact United Country Stutzman Realty & Auction / Realtree Hunting Properties / UC Ranch Properties to learn about the Private Auction bidding process, learn the current bid or to place a bid. For more properties like this one, head to United Country Real Estate! Listing ID: 15018-01006
Colinas Del Cielo
Live Oak, 
357.00 acres
Executive Summary: Located in southern Live Oak County just 5 miles northeast of the HWY 59/624 intersection and 15 miles south of George West, Texas, sits the 357 acre “Colinas Del Cielo” ranch. Meaning “Hills of Heaven,” this ranch is named after the big hill on the SE side of the property, which offers huge views from the front porch swing. Highlighted by its sprawling landscape, tastefully built 2,400 sqft barndominium, 2 quality tanks, new perimeter fencing, working pens, well maintained pasture and exceptional hunting, this ranch checks every box for the recreational land buyer. Offering great proximity to Corpus Christi and San Antonio and only 2.5 hours from Austin, Colinas Del Cielo Ranch is a true turn key property sure to make the next owner proud. Barndominium: Built in 2017, this 2,400 sqft barndominium is tastefully built and offers clean and comfortable accommodations for owners and guests alike. The 1,200 sqft living potion consists of 2B/2B with stained concrete floors, custom cabinetry, granite counter tops and stainless appliances. The remaining 1,200 sqft offers washer/dryer hookups and 2 roll up doors allowing for plenty of space for storing equipment. Land, Vegetation, and Water Overview: With an 80’ elevation gain from north to south, the “Hills of Heaven” Ranch lives up to its name. From the front porch of the barndominium the ranch offers vast views of the ranch in its entirety. Comprised of approximately 80% pasture with a light to moderate mix of huisache and mesquite coupled with 20% thick brush, Colinas Del Cielo is the perfect “combo ranch” for the buyer looking to graze livestock and hunt. The ranch is well watered with 2 quality surface tanks and well water to the working pens, all providing adequate water for both livestock, wildlife, and migratory game birds. Hunting: DOVE! While the ranch offers great opportunity at quality white tail deer, turkey and quail, this property is known for its exceptional dove hunting. With 2 surface tanks located on either end of the ranch, the Colinas Del Cielo Ranch offers special dove hunting opportunity throughout dove season. Low fence on 3 side, regardless if you prefer migratory game birds, deer, hogs or varmints, this ranch will not disappoint in the hunting department. Livestock: The ranch is well positioned for grazing livestock with native grass species resulting in a carrying capacity of roughly 30 cow/calf pairs. Newly built galvanized exterior fencing with interior cross fencing resulting in 6 pastures, allows for easy rotating of cattle. Quality working pens and 2 good surface tanks make the Colinas Del Cielo Ranch a great option for a buyer looking to graze cattle. Utilities: Water: 550’ well drilled in 2015 feeds the barndominium and working pens Electric: Nueces Electric Co-op Sewer: Septic Television: Direct TV Taxes: Ag Exempt Mineral: Surface Sale Only. Current owners own no portion of the mineral estate. Ranch is free of any pad sites or production. NOTE: This write-up may contain errors and omissions and is for information only. The above information has been deemed correct but is not guaranteed and is subject to changes, corrections, and or withdraws from the market with no prior notice. Buyer's Agent must make first contact and be present for all showings to be eligible for buyer's commission.
2.00 acres
Commercial Office Building for sale.The Fitch Building is located on the East side of Powell, Wyoming in a business park, with light industrial zoning, with additional options for expansion. The Fitch Building sits on 2+/- acres. Two more adjoining 2+/- acre lots are available for sale if needed. Current occupancy rate is 80%. The Fitch Building is 12,354+/- square feet with varying size offices and common space. Common Space includes front and rear entryways with attached lobby, large public restrooms, public kitchen, boardroom and hallways. The Fitch Building has ample private parking in the front and rear of the building. The Fitch Building has 4 separate HVAC systems to guarantee consistent temperature control, a building wide security system and is fully networked with central control room. The Fitch Building is well landscaped with a private well watering system.Income and expense sheet available for review – Non-Disclosure Agreement required for all real estate agents/brokers and potential buyers.48 hour notice to show the property by special appointment only. Evidence of financial ability to purchase required prior to any showing appointment. Listing Agent must be present for all showings.
Good Grassland
Fall River, 
1,593.00 acres
This a nice ranch with great access, located on a good county road. The ranch is also located close to Highway 71. The ranch has good soils and is well-sodded. It is a well-watered and is very versatile since it can be utilized for good summer pasture or great year-round grazing. This is one of the few quality ranch properties on the market that is priced reasonably. The ranch is located 25 miles south of Hot Springs, South Dakota, on good asphalt Highway 71, then two miles west on the Rumford Shortcut Road to County Road 471, both well-maintained county roads. Then the land is located north and south of this intersection on County Road 471. Fences: Most of the fences are 4 or 5 strand barbed wire. There are several separate pastures for easy rotational grazing. Buildings and Corrals: There is a good set of corrals near the middle of the main ranch. Also present with these corrals are multiple windbreaks and an open cattle shed. There is also a smaller set of corrals and a cattle barn at the south end of the ranch in the bull pasture. Some of the buildings located in the Town of Rumford are usable and some are not usable. Water and Precipitation: This ranch has a deep well (about 950' deep) that supplies water for 13 water tanks plus 5 Cobett waterers throughout the ranch. There are several miles of water pipeline that distribute water all over the ranch. There are also 12 dams and dugouts well-placed on the ranch. The annual average precipitation can range from 10-15 inches of per year. This precipitation usually comes during the growing season. Topography and Soils: The topography of the ranch is flat to rolling with some hills on the ranch. There are several tree shelter belts that have been planted on the ranch. These shelter belts have cedar trees and deciduous trees and the trees are healthy and growing. A lot of the soils are clay. A big share of the ranch has been farmed at some time. There are areas of crested wheat grass and a lot of buffalo grass, along with many other types of grass. With the good quality soils present on the ranch, some areas of the ranch are well-suited for hay and small grains. Carrying Capacity: On an average rainfall year, you should be able to run about 100 cow/calf pairs or 170 to 180 yearlings for the summer months or the ranch could be utilized as a year round ranch. The carrying capacity would depend on the precipitation, temperature and growing season. The Brokers and Sellers make no actual guarantee or representation of the carrying capacity of the ranch. This would be up to the Buyers to investigate and decide for themselves. Please download the flyer for additional property information.
Home on 541 acres for AUCTION in Haskell Co., OK
541.00 acres
The Barnett Ranch represents an exciting opportunity to acquire quality Oklahoma pasture and hunting land in Haskell County, near the towns of Kinta and Whitefield. 541+/- acres will be offered in 11 tracts, which range in size from 3 to 120+/- acres and each have their own character. Multiple tracts include well-maintained native grass pastures and established hay meadows, while others are exceptional hunting properties! The Sans Bois Creek and Beaver Creek dissect different parts of the property, offering Buyers 1+ mile of creek frontage to explore and enjoy! The property also includes a 4 Bedroom, 2 Bathroom home which would make an outstanding family home or hunting camp! Buyers may place bids on any individual tract, combination of tracts or the entire property. TRACT DESCRIPTIONS Tract 1: 105± ac that is primarily open pasture with 3 excellent stock ponds, good perimeter fencing and access from Tucker Knob Road (paved). Tract 2: 32± ac made of a well established prairie hay meadow, includes a small pond and full perimeter fencing, paved road frontage. Tract 3: 17± ac with a combination of hay meadow and mature timer, access from two county roads. Tract 4: 3± ac that includes the 4 Bedroom, 2 Bathroom home with storage shed, Morton shop building and a beautiful view. Would make an ideal family home or hunting camp! Tract 5: 14± ac that includes the barn and working pens with perimeter fencing, combine with surrounding tracts or an excellent building site. Tract 6: 27± ac with a combination of open pasture of dense hardwood trees, beautiful tract. Tract 7: 107± ac that are a recreational paradise! 0.75+/-miles of Sans Bois Creek dissects this tract, which includes dense hardwood forest with mature timber, abundant wildlife and excellent opportunity to improve the property for your needs! Tract 8: 55± ac that includes a small, clear water pond and dense Oak and Pine forest. The south portion of this tract gains substantial elevation and has terrific views! Tract 9: 40± ac with dense Oak and Pine forests, currently land locked. Tract 10: 120± ac that is an exceptional combination of pasture land, water resources and wildlife habitat! Two large ponds are on the property, with the balance being pasture and mature timber along the banks of Beaver Creek, which dissects the property for .25+/-mile! Tract 11: 21± ac located along the bank of the Canadian River, excellent wildlife habitat that is currently land-locked
Sawtooth Mountain View Lot
5.00 acres
Private mountainscape acreage located near the quiet and serene mountain town of Stanley, Idaho. The level 5 acres features beautiful unobstructed views of the majestic Sawtooth Mountains and includes a scenic easement. The wooded lot is the perfect backdrop to build your dream home with one single-family home and two outbuildings being allowed. The lot has already been PERC tested and underground power and phone are available. Access is provided by a well-maintained dirt road and property taxes are low due to the current agricultural tax exemption. Please note the log worm fencing on Northern and Western boundary is not included.This mountain view lot is in the heart of the Sawtooth National Recreation Area. Outdoor enthusiasts have quick access to camping, horseback riding, hiking, cross-country skiing, snowmobiling, and fishing on the scenic Salmon River.  It is only 7 miles outside of the beautiful Redfish Lake, an alpine lake at the base of the Sawtooth Mountains in Custer County, south of Stanley which is a hotspot for sail boating and kayaking. Hikers and mountaineers alike will enjoy the beautiful views and trails along the Sawtooth Mountains. Reaching a max elevation of 10,751 ft., summiting Thompson Peak is a bucket-list item for many mountaineers. The stunning 700 ft Goat Falls is another natural feature many people love to witness while hiking in the nearby national forest. The Sawtooth Mountains are home to excellent hunting opportunities including elk, deer, bear, and other wildlife. The Salmon River flows for 425 miles through Central, Idaho including along the eastern edge of the historic town of Stanley, Idaho.  It is one of the largest rivers in the continental United States and is a popular destination for avid fishermen and river rafting. Besides direct access to the river, the Stanley area has several hot springs to enjoy, a vibrant summer music scene, and exciting local events such as the annual Winterfest and its All American 4th of July celebration. 60 miles outside of Stanley is the alpine town of Sun Valley - home to America's first chairlift. Sun Valley is know for its world-class alpine skiing, mountain biking, and the historic Sun Valley Resort.   
12/22 Auction 160± Acres Crop & Pasture
160.00 acres
160± ACRES * BLAINE COUNTY, OKLAHOMA * HITCHCOCK AREA CROPLAND * PASTURE * BLACKTOP FRONTAGE TANIA CHO AUCTION TUESDAY DECEMBER 22ND 10:00AM AUCTION LOCATION: ONSITE, Beiland Rd & E0750 Rd Watonga OK 73772 From Hitchcock, Oklahoma, go 3 miles east to N2650, then 2.5 miles south, watch for signs This property consists of approximately 160 acres more or less. The farm is mostly cropland with rolling terrain, and some grass/timber area in the north/center of the farm. There is an old windmill (not functioning), electric power on the east and the south. There is good access to the farm with blacktop frontage on the east and county road access on the south. Principal soils are: McLain Silt Clay, class I, Norge Loam, 0-1% slopes, class I; Port Loam and Clay, class II; Norge Loam, class II; Renthin Silty Clay Loam, class III, farm has 0-3% slopes across the farm. Legal Description: SE/4 of Section (20), Township (17) North, Range (10) W.I.M. Blaine County, Oklahoma Taxes: $461.00 Minerals: Selling surface rights only Possession: After harvest of existing 2021 crop Pre-Offers: No offers will be accepted prior to the auction. Preview: Previewing the property will be during daylight hours only. Please do not drive on crops. Internet Bidding: Internet bidding will be available by logging on to Neither the Seller nor the Auction Company is responsible in the event of loss of signal by either side. Terms: 10% of the total purchase price is to be placed in escrow the day of the auction with the balance being due upon delivery of marketable title. Disclaimer: All information has been taken from sources believed reliable; however, no guarantee is being made by the Seller or the Auction Company. Buyers should satisfy themselves as to any inspections prior to bidding. This property is be sold in its “AS IS” condition with No Contingencies. Financing must be in place prior to bidding. Any announcements made day of the auction shall supersede all advertising and comments. SELLER: TANIA CHO
Oklahoma Combination Ranch Auction
225.00 acres
AUCTION Exceptional Recreational & Hunting Property 225± ACRES: BUY ALL OR PART 3 Tracts from 20± Acres Cox City, Grady County, Oklahoma Thursday, October 8 | 10:00 AM CT Auction Location: Lion’s Club: 200 W Blakely Ave, Rush Springs, OK 73082 Property Address: 2450 Cox City Rd, Rush Springs, Grady County, OK 73082 Property Tour: Saturday, September 19 | 9 AM – 12 PM Retreat from the Hustle and Bustle of City Life! Tract A: 90± Acres • 16+/- Acre Lake • Excellent tract for hunting & fishing • Wildlife area north of the lake is in prime location with grass & abundant wildlife coverage Tract B: 20± Acres & Cabin • 30’ x 30’ Cabin w/ 32’ x 30’ Covered Porch • 1 Bed/ 1 Bath • Rural Water • Beautiful Views of the Property overlooking the lake Tract C: 115± Acres • Excellent Grass & Hay Meadows • Rush Creek runs through the tract and provides lots of wildlife cover • Fields are cross-fenced & ready for cattle to be put on a rotational grazing system • Barn in good condition Property Located minutes from Rush Springs, 30 minutes from Chickasha, and 1 hour from Oklahoma City For More Information United Country | Buford Resources Real Estate & Auction Craig Buford, Broker/Auctioneer | 405-833-9499 Terms: 10% Buyer’s Premium. Visit the website for complete auction terms and conditions. Franchise office is independently owned and operated.
Kansas Flint Hills Views
160.00 acres
Auction - Saturday, October 3, 2020 at 10AM at the Hamilton Community Center in Hamilton, KS Stunning views of the Kansas Flint Hills. Northeast Greenwood County - Good quality grass - Good to Excellent fence on North, South, & West - Fence needs to be rebuilt on East. Pretty Timber, Great Access - Surface Only Sale
148 acre m/l Land Auction
148.00 acres
Online auction ending on Sept. 29th at 7 p.m. If you are looking to own income producing land on Plum creek with some mega Kansas Whitetail and turkey, than this remarkable property has everything you could ask for. The acreage is a perfect mixture of tillable, native grass and mature hardwood timber. 70 m/l acres of fertile Mason silt loam and Dennis Silt loam provides income and is currently planted to Soy Beans. Approximately 40 acres m/l of native grass provides excellent cover for the wildlife, 7.4 acres of CRP buffer strips outline the crop fields. The heavily timbered Plum creek running through the middle of the property not only holds the numerous deer and turkey but provides a natural travel corridor for mature bucks searching for does from miles around. The access to the back of the farm is a private concrete bridge with an access easement through the driveway of the home at 8663 W. 189th St. The elevation changes along the south and western borders make this property like no other in the area. The high hills provide excellent vantage points to observe the abundant wildlife, watch the sunsets, or just take in some of the best views that Kansas has to offer. For those that like to hunt, this property doesn't get any better. There is a high density of deer, quail, and turkey are throughout the property. There is also a deer blind included (Banks Outdoor Stump 4 Blind, Whitetail properties addition) Located 5 min. south of Burlingame, 35 min. south of Topeka, 1 hour 20 min. west of Overland Park/Olathe, and 45 min. northeast of Emporia. Showings for this property are by appointment only so call for your one on one viewing of this amazing Kansas property.