Kincaid Crops & CRP
Located SE of Garnett on the north side of Kincaid, this tract offers an excellent mix of income producing land and wildlife habitat, providing buyers with a great opportunity to own a farm with a solid return on investment and recreational opportunities. This farm is comprised of 60 acres of highly productive tillable acreage, 22.33 acres of CRP, mature timber, thickets, and hay ground. The CRP paired with the timber provide superior habitat and travel corridors for the many deer, turkeys, and quail that call this place home. The hunting rights have been leased the past two seasons for some additional income. Rural water and electricity are located at the road making this property a great location for a rural home site or hobby farm. This truly is a great opportunity to own an exceptional hunting property with good income in an area well-known for big whitetails. Contact Shea Miller with National Land Realty to request additional information or to schedule a private showing.
115 +/- acres (60 acres tillable, 22 acres CRP, 12 acres hay, 10 acres timber, 11 acres brush)
S14, T22, R20, ACRES 113.9, S2 SW4 & NW4 SW4 EX BEG AT A PT 1253.4'E OF SW COR; THENCE N421.7',E506'S421.7',W506' TO POB & EX RD.
Located in close proximity to Garnett, Iola, Mound City, Centerville, and Kincaid in the southern portion of Anderson County.
60 acres tillable that are planted in a corn and soybean rotation. Comprised of Class I, II, & III fertile and highly productive soils.
22.38 acres enrolled in two CRP programs that pay $2,054.36 per year ($92 per acre).
Hunting rights were leased for the 2018 season for $1,118.
10 m/l acres of timber comprised of a variety of hardwoods and several mast-producing trees.
Thick CRP Buffer strips combined with thickets and timber create a large amount of prime wildlife habitat and security cover. Deer trails, scrapes, rubs, and beds litter every portion of the property.
A healthy population of deer, turkeys, and quail call this place and the neighboring properties home. Great hunting history and success.
Many hunting opportunities, as this property serves as an incredible travel corridor for wildlife. Several ideal locations for stands for archery and firearm hunters alike.
Rural water and electricity are available at the road and there are numerous locations for a rural home site or farm.
Income producing farm with many recreational opportunities.
12 m/l acres have been sewed to grass for hay but can be converted back into tillable ground for row-crop production if the new owner desires.
Opportunity to plant food plots in a percentage of the CRP or in the hay field for added food sources.
Topography paired with wet weather creeks and drainage allows for some ideal locations for new pond construction.
Small creek runs through the timber on the east portion of the property.
Crop Income: $4,000
CRP Income: $2,054
Hunting Lease: $1,118
TOTAL ESTIMATED INCOME: $7,172
Taxes: (Call Agent for Details)