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149± ACRES * NORWICH, KANSAS * 102 ACRES CRP * GOOD HUNTING TUESDAY FEBRUARY 25, 2020 10:00AM AUCTION LOCATION: Dotzour Community Center, 238 S. Main Street, Norwich, Kansas This very nice Kansas farm consists of approximately 149± acres less the home and 10 acres previously reserved and the railroad right –of-way al...

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Improvements- 1) Fine camp ($200,000) Approx 2200 sq ft, 3 bed, 3 bath, big living qtrs 2) Storm Shelter, Skinning Shed Electric Water Well, Gravel Driveway, 4 Box Stands, 5 – 2000lb Outback Feeders, 5 acres Alfalfa & Food Plots 2000 ft long runway 50 ft wide Comments- Here is your chance to open a great deer & turkey ...

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Country living at its finest!Lots of updates includinh hardwood floors, stained cabinets, ceramic tiles, granite counters and brand new heat pump. 5 bed, 3 full bath, sunroom overlooking wooded acreage. Master closet is huge! Home is over 3200 plus sqaure feet. 3 car garage on private cut cul-de-sac. 5.1 acres- bring your ...

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If these walls could talk, oh the memories they would share!! This home is a new home built around an old farmhouse, but the only thing old in this house is the good bones! The HVAC system is 2016 and a very nice metal roof was put on in 2005 and the sellers will be replacing the carpet during the selling process! The home ...

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Land Auction! Monday, March 2, 2020, 7:00 PM at the Parsons Recreation Center, 200 South Heacock Avenue, Parsons, Kansas. Selling in Three Tracts! Tract 1: 44+/- acres of fenced pasture with pond and excellent access from two roads. Tract 2: 3.5+/- acres with older farm house, outbuildings, large yard and highway access....

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Check out this piece of paradise! Approximately 159 acres located in Chautauqua County, KS. Mostly oak tree hard woods that are prime habitat and are the native home to various types of wildlife. The property is known for large whitetail deer and great turkey populations that tend to stay close and are often seen eating on ...

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The Kepka Family Farm is a large +/- 360 acre farmstead located in the beautiful rolling hills of Central Kansas and the Great Plains.  The property is situated just southeast of the town of Wilson, KS.  This fourth generation farm has always been a working family farm producing wheat, Milo, and hay crops and grazing catt...

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Big deer fanatics, here is an outstanding opportunity to own a prime half-mile stretch of Arkansas River bottom habitat. Located just south of Kinsley, this property sets up well for the recreational buyer who is looking for a solid piece to have opportunities at trophy class deer every year. For years this stretch of river...

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PRICE REDUCED! This multi-use property has a lot to offer and is an excellent choice to build your forever home. One look at the aerial and you can see how unique it really is. Hidden crop fields, 48 fertile acres of tillable income, 50 acres m/l of hay and grass. Elevation changes that provide great views for a h...

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Wonderful 73 +/- acre deer hunting property with farm income! Approximately 36+/- acres of class 1 bottom soils, 13.84 +/- acres of grass, 4.6 acres of CRP buffer next to the timber and the rest in timber and creeks. CRP contract through September 2028. Multiple buck rubs and deer trails all over this property. Easy access...

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64-ACRES of BEAUTIFULLY WOODED, SECLUDED property, ideal for outdoor activities, a hobby farm, hiking, ATV/UTV riding or hunting! Looking for acreage for recreation or to build your PRIVATE ESTATE close to the city with great highway access to all the amenities of the Legends and Village West Entertainment and Shopping Dist...

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PRICE REDUCED! What a great addition to your farming operation or nice investment tract with mineral rights! This parcel of cropland is 100% tillable land and is located within 1 ½ miles of HWY 283. The majority of the land consists of Class II and III loam soils and the entire acreage is open for planting. For more ...

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Entering this property you will quickly notice just how thick and overwhelming the timberland is on this tract. With five different crop fields situated among the timber, the opportunities are endless when it comes to set-ups and food plots. Hedgerows provide a natural boundary to the neighboring properties eliminating visi...

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PRICE REDUCED! Picturesque views, incredible recreational habitat, and a wonderful home overlooking the beautiful fields below will have you hooked from the moment you step foot on this farm. Comprised of thick, timber-lined ridges and big tillable bottom fields you have an excellent mix of habitat that will draw and hold b...

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The Steckline Properties offer a once in a generation opportunity to own up to fourteen parcels of prime development land located near the growing west side of Wichita, Kansas. These fourteen parcels are being offered individually or collectively and range in size from 40 acres to 160 acres and total 1275 +/- acres. Prices...

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Over 25 amazing acres along 167th Street! Imagine the possibilities for development, a hobby farm or horse property. Or build your dream home on this private estate. Level terrain for crops, trees for privacy and shade, gentle slope for water run off and views of nature from every vantage point. The natural beauty is stunni...

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There are very few ranches in the Midwest that encompass the whitetail habitat you will find within the boundaries of Drifters Ranch in Eastern Kansas. Through years of strategically developed food plots, bedding areas, trails, staging areas, and stand sites this 2,030-acre ranch has everything you could possibly need to pr...

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Take a look at this sportsmans dream! Whitetail, turkey, fish, ducks, you name it, it’s here.  39 acres of high yield tillable and dense timber field edge combined with a good amount of river frontage make this property a hidden gem.  This tract boasts a unique feature in that it sits right on the Marias Des Cygnes and ...

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Back on market, no fault of the seller. Unique lodge like home in need of TLC on 19.2 acres. Big Lot to also Build your Dream Home!! Beautiful stone exterior and stone interior walls. Wood ceiling in Great room/Bedroom. Great room serves as the bedroom. Aerobic Treatment System installed. Newly built wood deck. Gorgeous woo...

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Great LOCATION( Switzer and 237th )- Great PRICE - Income from crops- Great future for development.This land was split in two part( north and south)recently. This is the south part so the income from crops will split also.SEE MLS 2202795...

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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.

Farmland for Sale in Kansas

"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 the highest point in the state climbing up to 4,039-feet above sea level at the peak of Mt. Sunflower. Land for Sale in Kansas provides these beautiful views and more.

The average temperature runs 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. When you shop Land for Sale in Kansas, these opportunities become available for possible business ventures or single home properties.

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.

Farms, Acreage, and Ranches for Sale in Kansas

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!