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New to the market are 4 beautiful quarters of Northwest Kansas farm, ranch, and recreational property. These 4 quarters are packaged together to create magnificent hunting tracts along with the ability to lease for cattle purposes or break into farmground. NW 1/4 28-6-38This piece features rolling grassland perfect for gr...

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This listing features 85 acres located at the west end of Kanopolis, Kansas in Ellsworth County. There are great hunting opportunities that exist here as Spring Creek runs through the property. There are roughly 35 acres of productive cropland and about 50 acres of pasture. Not only does this place have plenty of water, but...

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This listing features 157 acres in Norton County, Kansas. It is comprised of 27 acres of productive cropland that is currently planted to corn. There is another 130 acres of pasture. There are 2 ponds and a water well with a solar pump that provide water for the cattle. The cropland and pasture are currently being cash rent...

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This listing features 195 acres in Norton County, Kansas. It is comprised of 48 acres of productive cropland that is currently planted to corn and another 147 acres of pasture. There is a nicely wooded and seasonal creek meandering through the property providing great hunting opportunities. This place always has turkeys and...

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This listing features a section of land in Norton County, Kansas. There is a house on this property as well that will be selling with the land. The house is 1260 square feet, it has 3 bedrooms and 1 bathroom. It also has a full unfinished basement. The house will have brand new windows and the roof is only five years old. T...

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Check out this fine quarter and homestead just listed for sale. This farm and home is located Northwest of Ulysses, Kansas with approximately 147 acres of tillable farmland with water rights. This quarter has a water-well that produces roughly 250-300 gal/min and is known to be fertile cropland. Additionally, this farmstea...

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This 5.7 acre property is located 4 miles southeast of Gorham in Russell County, Kansas. The listing features a 1320 square foot house that was built in 1971. It has a total of 3 bedrooms and 1.5 bathrooms. There is a full basement that is partially finished. The house is on propane, rural water and a septic system. The fa...

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Package offering and rare chance to acquire a 1360 acres in Southwest Kansas. This farm and/or ranch features a little bit of everything! From 240 acres of fertaile irrigated farmland, quarters of tillable dryland farming, and recently expired CRP grassland, this farm has serious upside and income potential. Not to mention ...

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New to the market is a 960-acre investment tract located in Southeast Stanton County and Southwest Grant County. These parcels feature a mixture of dryland tillable farmland and recently expired CRP. Perfect for the upland bird hunter or recreational enthusiast whose looking to generate income along with their recreational ...

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Arkansas River Hunt RanchWhat a treat! The Arkansas River Hunt Ranch is 152 +/- acres of pure bliss to the avid outdoorsman. Contiguous to over 1.25 miles of great Arkansas River frontage, this property is truly a gem. Located in Reno County, Kansas, only 1 hour from the Wichita Airport, this tract has plenty of cover and w...

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The Reno County 230This listing features an excellent 230 +/- acres of productive, tillable cropland in north central Reno County, Kansas. This tract is conveniently located just 1 mile south of Nickerson, KS immediately adjacent to the black top. With the Arkansas River under 1/4 mile from the northern property line, this ...

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     Switzler Creek Farm & Hunt; what an incredible 480 +/- acre property!  Approximately 100 +/- acres of tillable ground 285 +/- acres of grass, the rest in timber and streams.  This property is the perfect game mecca you have been looking for.  Deer and turkey are abundant here due to the way the land is laid o...

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Just listed is a good piece of mixed tillable and grassland located in Northwest Sherman County, Kansas. This property currently has +/- 150 acres planted to wheat with remaining acreage in grass/creek bottom. Good county road 72 access. With good flat tillable land on the end-caps of the property and rolling terrain throug...

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Here's a chance to own the homesite build property of your dreams. Situated just west of Goodland, KS near Sugar Hills Golf Club is a beautiful oasis of +/-15 acres. This ideal tract has been thoroughly planned out with 3-rows of well-established and beautiful trees encompassing the homesite area. The trees have been under ...

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Abundant 301 acres in south-central Kansas brings it all together - hunting, fishing, farming and recreation!This is your chance to own one of the most diverse parcels of land within an hour of Wichita, Kansas.  Parcels with this much character and in this location are not available very often; don't miss your chance to ow...

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Keystone Road Wildlife Retreat – Hoisington, KS (Barton County)+/- 128 acres total(6) parcels selling together:(4) Parcels together along Keystone Rd./NE 100 Rd. (along the creek – 93 acres)(1) Parcel on NE 10 Ave. (directly south of railroad – 19 acres)(1) Parcel north of Keystone Rd./NE 100 Rd. (16 acres)Additional ...

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Hays, KS - Large Industrial/Manufacturing OpportunityProperty consists of:11.6 Acres(3) large precast concrete buildings (warehouse, shops, office building)Waffle Crete tilt-up concrete panel construction Also - Formerly home of the precast concrete manufacturing company, Waffle-CreteVarious shop/storage buildingsConcrete...

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          Pipe Creek Hunting Paradise;  312 +/- acres of some of the best deer and turkey hunting in Ottawa county Ks.  This half section has approximately 200 acres of tillable ground, 20 acres of grass, two ponds with fish, and also has Pipe Creek running through the middle of it.  This is an income producing pr...

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Otter Creek is a 270 acre hunting tract that is located in Southeastern Kansas near Sedan.   This property is an excellent combination of heavy timber, pastures and thick wildlife habitat.  The property is well watered with three ponds including the 3/4 mile of Otter Creek that transverses through the property.  This 27...

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Morris County, Kansas farmland does not become available very often.  Do not miss your chance to own this parcel situated just on the north side of Kansas highway 4.  This 307 acres is a mixture of tillable acreage with good soils and terraces, CRP and a 1 acre pond surrounded by light timber.  This land has a good yield...

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Kansas Farmland, Abundant and Available

Kansas is a state rich in farmland. It is the 7th ranking state for agriculture with approximately 59,600 farms averaging 770 acres each. Of course, there are smaller and larger spreads, depending upon the management and the product. And, organic farming is now taking a small place in this state's agriculture, with 86 farms certified organic farms.

Kansas Farmland

"Family-owned farms and ranches are the backbone of Kansas agriculture," according to the Kansas Department of Agriculture (KDA).

Cattle and calves claim the highest revenue in Kansas agriculture, accounting for some 60% of the total in Ag production. Other livestock commodities include dairy products and hogs.

Wheat is its largest crop with approximately 40% of the country’s winter wheat grown here, mostly in the form of hard red winter wheat. Corn, soybeans, and hay, as well as sorghum, are also reliable crops.

KDA also commented, "Agriculture is a critical part of Kansas' past, and it is a key economic driver in our present, but it also holds great potential for our future."

Geography and Weather

While most of us may think of Kansas as being vastly flat, its topography is a bit more interesting than that. The Smoky Hills in mid-Kansas separate the arid west and Great Plains from the hillier eastern portions of the state. It borders with Colorado to its west, with its highest point being Mt. Sunflower at 4,039-feet above sea level.

The averages temperatures, based on the capital in Topeka, run between daytime highs in the low 40s Fahrenheit during winter, to the high 80s in summer. The lows are down in the 20s in winter. Kansas gets snow, some five inches each in December, January, and February. The average annual rainfall is 36 inches with some rain every month throughout the year.

Industry and Mining

The state has a long affiliation with the aerospace industry, building light aircraft, military aircraft, missiles, and aircraft parts. All of this plays an important role in the state's economy.

Kansas also has a key part in petroleum and natural gas production, for which it is ranked eighth in the country for each. Most every county is involved in some type of mining which also includes gypsum, helium, limestone, and salt.

Cities and Towns

Kansas is named after the area's Native Americans, the Kansa tribe, who continue to live on the land here. Wild sunflowers bloom in the summer, giving Kansas the nickname, "The Sunflower State."

Topeka is home to Washburn University, and a population of 126,000+. Like the state, the capital got its name from the Kansa-Osage people, and the name interprets into "a good place to dig potatoes." The largest city in Kansas is Wichita with close to 400,000 residents. Overland Park is home to 195,000 people, with KCK, or the Kansas side of Kansas City, home to 153,000 people. Lawrence, known as a college town housing the University of Kansas, fluctuates in and around 98,000 residents depending upon the time of year.

Small towns, often with fewer than 1,000 residents, dot the Kansas landscape as hubs for the farming community. Many offer the necessities through a grocery store, filling station, drug store, a bank, and a few other assorted shops and businesses. This is the life much of the state has lived throughout its history and will continue to do so.

There is plenty of Kansas land for sale to choose from. Small family farms, large-acre farms, rural undeveloped property, and properties in the suburbs of the larger cities. When looking for agricultural parcels, or open land to develop, many turn to Land Broker MLS because of its diversity in listings. We are a co-op community for you to share your listings with our viewers. Interested in showing off your properties? Contact Land Broker MLS, today!