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The Calhoun Ranch is a 2,440 acre, well maintained, working ranch located 10 miles south of Meade, Kansas. The Ranch features 2,080 acres of Native Grass and 350 acres of CRP ground with 4 more years of payments. The Crooked Creek winds its way through the west edge of the property. Improvements on the Ranch include a clean...

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This Italian-style farmhouse was custom built in 2014. Attention to every detail on this property is impressive! The private courtyard of decorative concrete at the entrance boasts a fire pit with fountain, built-in gas grill, outdoor television and covered apron complete with heated concrete flooring! When entering t...

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87 +/- acres of small pools of wetlands, clumps of great timber, rolling sandhills, heavy thickets, and privacy and seclusion right off of Quivira National Wildlife Refuge make this property truly special. Every time you step foot on this property the number of whitetails present can overwhelm you. The thickets and rolling ...

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This property is sure to be on everyone’s wish list.  80 +/- acres of affordable recreational/ranch land that is located directly across the road from Quivira National Wildlife Refuge!  A functioning windmill and well are a means for wildlife to quench their thirst, the timber and tree lines make great cover for the ma...

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Here is a property that truly has it all! 80 +/- acres right off of Quivira National Wildlife Refuge! This property has rye food plots, a spring fed pond, small groups of timber, rolling sandhills, thickets, a deer blind tower, and nearly everything needed to harvest those large trophy whitetails. The pond is frequented by ...

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71 +/- acres of extremely well taken care of pasture right across the road from Quivira National Wildlife Refuge! This property offers an excellent opportunity to neighbor the National Wildlife Refuge. You will be able to capitalize on the large white-tailed deer that do not see any hunting pressure on the Refuge and wa...

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Country Home With Excellent Hunting in Stafford County, Kansas! Amazing brick farmhouse sits on 13.61 acres of some of Stafford County's best hunting! Up to 30 whitetail often bed down right in the front yard and turkeys are known to roost in the nearby timber! Legal: Tract in the SE/4 NE/4 25-25-14 Directions: From US...

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When someone says it’s the right 19 acres, they are talking about a place like this one in Woodson County! With a mixture of mature woods, grass, a creek and a pond, this home would be desirable to anyone wanting a rural home with wildlife abound. As you pull off the gravel road, you’ll go over a low water bridge and ...

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This one-of-a-kind home was built in conjunction with Kuhns Brothers Log Cabins and is located on 154.5± acres of Tillable Farmland, CRP, Pasture, Recreational & Hunting Land in Harper County, Kansas. The property is located 1041 NW 50 Road which is 1¼ miles south of Attica, Kansas just off of a newly paved county highway...

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This amazing home was built by the Benedictine Brothers in 1890 to serve as their home, farm and supply food for the Abbey . The property was later renovated and turned into a charming bed-and-breakfast . The historic home was widely known as a beautiful place to hold receptions, parties and many guest stayed at the propert...

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     Kaw Valley Hunt Tract, the WOW factor is extremely high on this property.  This 77 +/- acre tract has some of the best hunting around when it comes to deer and turkey.  Extreme elevation changes and great views of the Kaw Valley make this property a very rare and hard to find property.  This land would be ideal f...

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The Quivira Vista Lodge is a nature lover's dream property! This 12-acre farmstead is situated in direct sight of the main pool of Quivira National Wildlife Refuge and offers some of the first privately-owned timber to the west of Quivira itself. Along with the great location, this property offers its own unique features th...

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The home and outbuildings must go first! This property will sell with a minimum of 8 acres which consists of the home, outbuildings and cattle facilities. However, depending on budget and needs, the buyer will have the opportunity to purchase up to 480 adjacent acres of expired CRP and grassland along with the home and outb...

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Curt Marshall, Terry Zimmer & Brian Rose of United Country - Crossroads Auction & Realty of Salina, Kansas a along with Virgil George of Rocking X Land Company in Burlington, Colorado are offering at public auction 850± Acres of Hunting Land, Farmland & Pasture including 1-Mile of the Saline River in Ellis County, Kansas. ...

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160-+/- Acres of Native Grass and CRP in Haskell County, Kansas! Legal: SE/4 33-30-33 Directions: From Sublette. 3 miles west on Hwy 56 to Co Rd JJ, 5 miles south to Rd 28. Western Kansas is known for great upland bird hunting, and this farm certainly doesn't disappoint on the pheasant and quail hunting. GREAT INVESTME...

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Allen County, Kansas! BIG BUCKS! TURKEY! QUAIL! SPRING FED POND! 160+/- acres of Tillable, Pasture, and Mature Timber. LEGAL DESCRIPTION: 160+/- acres SE/4 of S15- T26S-R20E PROPERTY ADDRESS: 316 3800th St. Elsmore Kansas 66732 This farm produces big bucks every single year! What a great opportunity to own 160+/- acres...

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PRICE REDUCED! 50+/- Acres of CRP in Morton County, Kansas. From Elkhart, North 1 mile on Hwy 27. Located in Morton County and just north of Elkhart, KS are 50 acres of native grass and CRP. This property holds many upland birds. The pheasant and quail thrive in this area and with only 50 acres this place is extremely aff...

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Imagine looking out your kitchen window and seeing whitetail deer in your back yard. This 7 acre property provides you that opportunity. Located between Chanute and Humboldt, KS on old Hwy 169 sits a 1,164 sq. ft. house built in 1987. As you pull in the driveway, you will see this 3 bedroom, 1.5 bathroom house with attache...

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Want some country living without the hassle of a dusty gravel road? Have kids in 4H or just want to start a hobby-farm? Then look no further! This 3 bed, 1.5 bath home is perfectly located about 3 miles east of Independence. The property features a perimeter fence around much of the 8+/- acres, a nice, large pond (which ...

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Located in the heart of Elk County is a newly built home in 2017, resting on 10.4 acres of pasture. The home is 3 bedroom, 2 bath with a covered front porch and a back deck area that measures 12x30. Welcoming you from the front entrance is a foyer area that was specialty built. It gives an overview of the open floor plan. T...

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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!