Sitting just 3 miles east of Mound City, Kansas, this 292 acre farm offers buyers an exceptional combination of great hunting and income. The property features 193.59 acres of well managed CRP that generates $10,000 of income annually as well as 55.43 acres of hay which is currently being leased for $1,500 annually. The balance of the acreage is comprised of heavily wooded creek bottoms and draws, which traverse along the historical Mine Creek that twists through the west end of the property. The timber consists of a great mixture hardwoods including many oaks, hickory, pecans, and a sizeable amount of mature, harvestable walnuts for some added value. With its rolling terrain complimented by thick CRP grass, timbered draws and creek bottoms, this property has all the components needed to hold a high number of deer, turkeys, and quail and also creates multiple setups that would be perfect for hunting with either bow or firearm. Deer trails, beds, rubs and scrapes can be found in every portion of the farm and with one walk through, you will be able to easily understand why. A portion of this tract was also leased for Walk-In hunting during the 2016 KS Hunting season for an additional $1,800 of income. The 55 acres of hay ground can be easily converted back into tillable and the 193 acres under the current CRP contract expire in 2020 which allows the new owner the option of converting the prime soil back into row-crop as well. Utilities can be found along the road to provide easy access to any structure or home you would choose to build.