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A nice slice of peace and quiet! This 80-acre property’s opportunities are only limited by your imagination. This place was built for folks who enjoy horses and like to ride where the scenery is mostly grass, crops and livestock. However, this place can easily be used for just about anything you can imagine, family geta...

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This is your ONCE-IN-A-LIFETIME chance to own your very own 154 m/l acre WRP Duck & Deer Hunting Farm, 1.3 Miles west of Hunting Unit E, off the famed Marais Des Cygne Wildlife Area in Pleasanton, just south of beautiful La Cygne, Kansas! This truly unique opportunity to own your dream waterfowl and trophy buck farm, doesnâ...

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300 acres of productive farm land in South Sumner County, Kansas.  This 300 acres is made up of two separated tracts of 140 and 160 acres that are 5 miles apart.   This farm is current planted in winter wheat and is currently cash rented.  Both farms are easily accessed by a county maintained road and the location is o...

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Excellent productive farm land located in south central Kansas near the Kansas and Oklahoma state lines.  The farm is currently planted in a 2019 wheat crop. The current farm tenant reports high productive yields of wheat, soybeans and above average Milo yields over the years on this farm. The farm land offers a great i...

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140 acres of productive farm land located just north east of South Haven, Kansas.  The farm is currently planted in a 2019 wheat crop. The current farm tenant reports harvest yields of 35-40 bushel wheat, 42 bushel soybeans and above average Milo yields over the years on this farm. The farm land offers a great investmen...

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Dakota and Clarissa Davis Auction 78.3± Acres *Caldwell Kansas * Cropland* Hunting*Home *Shop building* Farm Equipment Wednesday October 9th 10AM Auction Location: Caldwell Sale Barn 717 W 175th St. Caldwell, KS 67022 Directions to the farm: 1408 S. Clearwater Rd., Caldwell, KS 67022 Go 4 miles east of Caldwell, KS. O...

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Ideal development property located in a rapidly growing community, adjacent to USD 383 proposed grade school, minutes from Manhattan, Kansas. Located at the corner of Junietta and Moody Roads. less b/ greater Property Location: less /b greater Two miles east and one and one-half miles north of Manhattan, Kansas. For...

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The amazing Smoky Hill River stretches 575 miles across the Great Plains of Colorado and Kansas creating some of the most desirable hunting habitats in the nation along its way. As the river winds its way through the Smoky Hill region it widens with mature timber, encompasses rich bottomland soils within its vall...

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Located less than 30 minutes from greater Kansas City, and only a few minutes west of Wellsville, this 1739 sq/ft log home style house has 3 bedrooms, 2.5 baths, custom woodwork throughout, a wrap-around porch with a hot tub, and an unfinished basement with 9ft ceilings. The property is wired with 400 amp electric and has ...

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This hunting lodge in the heart of Central Kansas big buck country provides terrific space for housing several hunting guests during the Fall and Spring hunting seasons and is offered at an incredibly affordable price. With a total of 8 bedrooms, 2 ½ baths, and two large living spaces – this lodge has plentifu...

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Located only 40 minutes from Kansas City in the corner of Douglas and Leavenworth county, and only minutes outside of Lawrence, this spectacular farm is the perfect getaway from all the stresses of big city life. No expense was spared in the construction of the custom-built post and beam barn house that overlooks the rolli...

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Located off a blacktop road, and only a few minutes Northeast of Parker Kansas, this mix use property has a lot to offer. Currently fully fenced and rented for cattle, this property is over 1/2 timber and has two beautiful ponds as well as a fully insulated 40X80ft barn/shop with concrete floors, partially finished office ...

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This spread of picturesque grassland is located on the North shore of Wilson Lake and features one-of-a-kind views, excellent grass and fencing, a live stream and pond, water well, and wooded canyons that will hold wildlife on the property for most of the year. Many improvements have been made as the owner has built corral...

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An outdoorsman’s dream come true. This beautiful property sits on a bluff at the confluence of the Big Blue River and Fancy Creek on the north end of Tuttle Creek Lake in Riley County Kansas. The property is surrounded by the Army Corps of Engineer land, and water. The house was constructed using the base of what was...

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Timbered “Honey Hole” on Pipe Creek just a few miles north of Minneapolis, KS. This is a small affordable parcel with great hunting potential. In this area it is well known that big bucks run up and down Pipe Creek all year and especially during the rut. This property is sandwiched between HWY 81 on the east an...

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This incredible Sun City hunting ranch represents Unit 16 deer hunting at its absolute finest. Situated within an area which has rightfully earned the reputation as one of the most productive Boone and Crockett whitetail hunting destinations in the entire Midwest, this ranch consists of well over a mile of Mulberry Creek w...

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Properties along the Chikaskia River and located within an hour of Wichita are pretty hard to come by. Throw in the fact that this property has a special combination of habitat and has been geared strictly toward hunting for many years by one owner, and you have something very hard to find. With over 20 years of deer histo...

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This high-class tract of cropland consists of 80-acres of pure tillable ground with virtually no wasteland beside one waterway running through the center. Whether you’re a farmer looking to add more tillable acres to your current operation or an investor looking to add to your portfolio, this property can go either w...

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If you're looking for a smaller tract of farmland that still produces exceptional income this property will fit that mold. This tract offers 57 acres of pure tillable land with high class soils that are currently all wheat stubble. On the south end of this property sits mature cottonwood trees and thickets perfect for ...

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Offered for sale is a superb tract of cropland with great soils and outstanding recent yields. This property offers over 150 acres of pure tillable land with 75 acres currently planted to soybeans with the rest being wheat stubble. Power is already existing and a small building sits on the west side of this tract with a st...

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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!