Located in Eastern Chautauqua County this hunting farm offers diversity and uniqueness in one package. The farm has big topography changes from the East to the West. Coming off the road the upper end of this farm is the classic black jack oak terrain found commonly in this part of the country. A well maintained road and trails make navigating the farm easy. As you head west on the pipeline road you crest to the highest point of the farm and drop off into the creek bottom. This is where the farm really shines. There is a small pond situated right in between two food plots. These plots have bow stands for different winds along with a box blind for those cold rifle season days. The bedding in the hills above these plots funnel the deer right into this bottom. On a snowy day it is quite the site to see the deer filtering through the timber to feed. Along the creek and feeder creeks stand huge mature red oak, white oak, pecan and walnut trees. These large mast producing hardwoods are harder to find in this area and really help make this farm unique. There are more trails in the bottom that allow you to drive a UTV to most areas on the farm, all while staying away from the bedding areas.
This farm boasts a big population of deer and turkey. This area of Kansas has some of the highest deer densities of any area of the state. Located just a few miles off of US 166 this farm is easy to access and is only a short drive from Tulsa, Wichita, or Joplin. If you are interested in viewing this quality hunting farm contact Certified Land Specialist Kale Kitterman at to schedule a showing.
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