Looking for a large piece of grass for cattle Looking for a place with lots of room to build a homestead This 254 +/- farm may just fit you. Located in Labette county KS this property has a mix of grasses for season long grazing opportunities. The rolling terrain offers wind breaks for cattle and has several ponds for water needs. When you tour the farm you will notice the several areas of improved fencing. To break it off for grazing purposes there is some cross fencing throughout. The large hedge corner post will keep the fence strong for years to come. The northwest corner of this farm butts up to a large thick piece of timber that is bedding for all types of wildlife. In addition to that on the west side of the fence is a row crop field. These two combined features are sure to make a great travel area for deer and turkeys. There is a wet weather stream that cuts through the area as well. On the south side of the farm there is another large track of timber that offers the same great set up for hunting. In the middle of the farm, the large drainage ditch that drains the center portion of the pasture, has some large mature timber that provides shade for cattle as well as cover for deer. The west property line has a large, mature hedge row that has been side trimmed with new fence built. This also provides shelter and shade for cattle. As you tour the area there is additional acreage that can be talked about if someone is wanting to do a large scale operation. If building was in your thought and your family likes the fishing, boating, hunting, camping or beach lifestyle on the weekends for enjoyment, Big Hill lake is just four miles away and has a lot to offer. With several areas of public hunting close by, it would be hard to be bored in this area. Being one and a half hours from Tulsa, a little over an hour to Joplin or 2 hours from Wichita, this could make a great get away farm to go relax.
Improved fencing on 3 sides