160 Acres of Mixed Use Hunting and Grazing
This 160 acres is conveniently located 6 miles southwest of Yates Center in the heart of what makes Woodson County a great destination for whitetail deer hunters. A healthy mix of trees and pasture along with elevation change make this a must see farm.
On the east side of this property, the road runs along the south half allowing a great access point without having the whole thing being along the road. A slight rise right when you come in the gate adds another layer of protection from the road. Driving straight to the pond and looking to the north, you will see the view that will make you fall in love with Woodson County.
Hunting in this part of the world is first class and can go toe to toe with any place in the country! With almost 70 acres in timber, this place is sure to be a great spot to be on opening day. Lots of oak trees provide the nutrients and cover that make for a healthy deer herd. The wet weather creek on the north end not only allows for wildlife to get a drink, but it also provides mature trees to hang tree stands. The elevation you have (over 100 feet in places) looking over the property will be great for scouting not only your property, but all the land around as well. The natural ups and downs on the property give the wildlife security and also consistent routes to take. Another great bonus is that the Woodson County state fishing lake and wildlife area is less than 5 miles away. Comprising 2,885 acres, this dense untouched area is blocked off just for use by the public. The lake itself is 180 surface acres and has camping spots along with a boat ramp.
Whether you are running your own cattle or just looking for a return on investment, this farm is ideal for grazing. One pond is centrally located with plenty of shade around for drinking and cooling off during the hot summer. The creek and trees on the north also allow for cattle to loaf and stay cool. It is fenced on all sides and is currently holding livestock, although there are some places that could be tightened up.
In case you have been on the lookout for a dual purpose farm, you won't want to miss this 160 acres. Having over 2,000 acres of public land out your back door is not always something you can find. Call or text Andrew at 620-313-0783 for a private tour of this beautiful farm.
Public Land Close By
2 Over the Counter Landowner Tags
Wet Weather Creek
- big game
- small game
- whitetail deer
- bird watching