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This property has the location for an outdoorsman’s paradise.  Situated just north of the town of Wakeeney, KS, this property lies amidst crop lands and native grass.  There is almost 211 acres of native grass that has an active stream that runs through the entire property.  One can find trophy white tailed deer, turke...

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This beautiful and Historic commercial building is located on the downtown square in Blue Rapids, KS 66411. The building was previously used as a restaurant facility but the opportunities are endless. There is still some restaurant equipment that goes with the sale that could help the cafe get started. There are two bathroo...

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80 Acres of diversified land. Approximately 30 Acres are tillable and the remaining 50 is Native grass and great timber land for excellent hunting. With Pomona Lake across the road, the wild life are very abundant. Cedar park is within walking distance to this property. The currant tenants for the farm ground have the lease...

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This beautiful 26.6 Acres located in Neosho County KS is on the Thayer KS City Lake. The property is gated and fenced and located along Dorn Rd just on the SW side of town. The property has 5 acres of open and cleared grassland with the balance all big mature hardwoods and a lot of topography. Multiple home building sites c...

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Excellent Hunting and fishing property. In some of the best deer hunting area in South East Kansas. If you have dreamed of owning your own Southern Living home on property where you can fish, hunt, and boat then this property is a must see. Only 1 hour and 30 minutes from Overland Park, the 100 acres of untouched land; 25 ...

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AUCTION DELAYED UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE!! High fence ranch and all equipment Location: 12 miles North of Lakin Kansas on State Hwy 25. 700 acres with a total of 200 acres of high fence and 500 acres of big native grass pastures. All contiguous and could be used for future expansion. The 500 acres is presently a wild game ...

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This 160 +/- acres in central Kansas is about as good as it gets for productive, fertile farm ground. Sitting adjacent to the Saline River and Elkhorn Creek, this tract has produced excellent yields for many years. According to the current tenant, this ground is also suitable for alfalfa production. The soils on this fa...

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Take control of your destiny and buy your own little hunting paradise! Good hunting property is getting harder to find in Kansas and this 32+/- acre tract is the solution. Situated in the heart of big buck country, this place has established trails, thick cover, open grass (perfect for food plots), elongated open areas th...

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Hard to find, Small Country Property with Blacktop frontage - Rolling Sand Hills - Many sites to Build and NOT see the RD - Just minutes to downtown Garden City - Great Access - Seller will view Possible Divisions and Offers...

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This property has it all! Cattlemen will appreciate the meticulously maintained grass with Excellent fences, pipe catch pens and live water from one end of the property to the other. Trees and brush have been removed other than the creek bottom. Sportsmen will appreciate the creek, live water, timber access and size to man...

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Located 12 miles West of St. Francis and 2 miles south of Hwy 36 is a nice quarter of gently rolling terrain. This piece currently has approximately 40 acres of tillable cropland with 117 acres of recently expired CRP currently used as grassland. For the farmer with a cattle operation this piece provides a great supplement ...

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This beautiful little hunting lodge sits on the top of a hill over looking a creek bottom over flowing with wild live. Your hunting dreams will come true once you step into this paradise ,the seller will have a hunting lease with 800+-@ attached to the property for your option to lease. Located in the middle of no where but...

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Description: 72+/- acres of nice dryland crop ground located 1 mile west of Scott City, Kansas. This ground could be an excellent investment for possible development in the future. Currently planted in wheat, and farmed season to season on a 1/3, 2/3 split. Seller’s ½ Oil and Gas, Mineral rights included with farm. D...

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What a great opportunity to own a 160 Acres in Labette County KS that will not break the bank. This 1/4 section is located just 35 miles West of Joplin MO and 80 miles NE of Tulsa OK. The farm currently has 12 acres in the SW corner that was farmed this year for soybeans. The farm has several other small flat areas you cou...

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Just Listed! 75+/- Acres Of Recreational Paradise! 3900 South Yoder Road, Hutchinson , Kansas 67501 - Reno County Incredible 75 +/- acres of hunting and fishing paradise with cabin located within 30 minutes of NW Wichita on paved road. Secluded by mature timber, four ponds, and Cow creek which runs through the midd...

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Situated outside of Altoona, KS, you will find this 11 acre farm with a beautiful home and a shop fit for a professional mechanic. Having Little Cedar Creek right out your back door is a nice bonus, along with a fenced pasture. The first thing you will notice about the home is the new 30 year shingles, as well as a welcom...

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JUST LISTED! 10+/- Acres with Country Home in Pratt County, Kansas! Location: From US Hwy 281 and Byers blacktop West 4 miles to 40th Ave. South 1/2 mile. 3 1/2 miles from Byers, Kansas. Legal Description: E 370.92' of S/2 NE/4 S23-T26S-R14W, Pratt Co., KS Country home with barn. Nestled in nearly 10 acres of timber. Ho...

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Auction! March 2, 2019, 10:00am. Highly productive 80 Acres in SE Reno County. Silver Creek - Blacktop Frontage - 5 Miles west of Andale. Wind Lease in place with additional Met Station lease transfers to buyer upon closing. All associated payments go to new owner. For more information on lease, contact NextEra, Energy,...

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Just listed are two fine shops in the heart of Goodland, KS. The large shop measures 32' x 50' with two 14-foot overhead doors, and a concrete floor. This structure has power and is also fully insulated and heated. Great spot to spread out and store boats, cars, RVs, or other miscellaneous equipment.  The second shop is pr...

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This 11 acres is ready for its new owner! Sitting on a nice paved road, this tract would be great for a home site or being used for hay/cattle pasture. Great fencing on 3 sides of the pasture. There is 550 ft that would need to be completed on the north boundary. With the exception of some briers, this grass land is as cl...

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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!