This diverse 307 +/- acre tract sits approximately 6 miles south of Cedar, Kansas and offers an incredible mix of farmland, pasture and ponds. 186 +/- acres of fertile cropland and 121 +/- acres of pasture. Call today to learn more about this great combination farm in Southern Smith County, Kansas.
Dor Township, Smith County, Kansas (East Half of 34-5-15) 6 miles South of Cedar, Kansas on E. Road.
307 Total Acres (Farm Service Agency Records)
186 Total Cropland Acres (Farm Service Agency Records)
121 Total Grassland Acres (Farm Service Agency Records)
FSA Base Acreage Breakdown
Wheat: 73.71 Base acres
Grain Sorghum: 50.51 Base Acres
Corn: 12.56 Base Acres
Soybeans: 4.47 Base acres
Predominant Soil: Harney silt loam, 1 to 3 percent slopes
Contact Shawn Phelps for all the details on this property at 785-282-4024
2018 Property Taxes: $3,747.
Immediate possession to the new owner. No crops currently planted.
The crop rotation has been wheat, corn, soybeans, Corn yield average 100-bushel, 45-bushel wheat and 35 to 40-bushel beans. This year the soybean yield was 61.3 and the corn yield was 124.
The owners rotational graze the pastures to utilize the grass better. On average they summer 25 pairs which leave plenty of good grass for the following year.
Rural water to the property. The main line runs east and west on the south end of the property (310 Road). The meter is located about 40 feet west of the south pasture gate that goes into the old home site. No known water wells on the property. All three of the quality ponds are filled through runoff.
Cattle can also graze in and around the old home site. New 5 wire fence.
Plenty of wildlife all around. Lots of deer, migratory birds will land and use the fields and ponds. The pheasant population is coming back as well in this area.
Easy access to the property, good roads, multiple grain elevators all within a 6 to 20-mile radius.
All minerals are intact and pass to buyer.