00000 NW 10th St., Macksville, Kansas, 67557
ONLINE ONLY AUCTION
Offering a very nice irrigated quarter of crop land which is located just northeast of Macksville, in Stafford County, Kansas. This farm is nearly level with very little slope and sets approximately 200ft. above sea level. The area around Macksville, Kansas is predominately farmland with a mixture of irrigated and dryland crop farms. The farm has good access from the south off of a state highway (50) and good county road along the west and south sides.
GENERAL LEGAL DESCRIPTION: SW/4 of Section 12- T24S -R15W Stafford County, Kansas.
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LOCATION: This farm is located 1.5 miles East of Macksville, Kansas on US Hwy 50, then turn north on NW 100th Ave and go 1 mile to the farm on the right. (Look for United Country signs.)
WATER INFO: According to Water Well Completion Records for District #5, this farm has a net rate of 715+/- GPM of ground water.
SOIL TYPES: The principal soil types are Saltcreek and Naron Fine Sandy Loams, with 1% to 3% slopes; a Sandy loam soil, Carwile Fine Sandy Loam, 0% to 1% slopes; and Farnum and Funmar Loams, 0% to 1% slopes. These soils types are conducive to growing a variety of small grain crops and forage/hay.
FSA INFO: According to the Stafford County, Kansas Farm Service Agency the farm has 158.43+/- acres of cultivation with a small 1.77 acre tract in the NW corner that is currently enrolled in CRP.
MINERAL RIGHTS: The sellers believe they own 100 percent of the mineral rights and their interest shall transfer with the surface at closing. There is oil & gas activity in the area, and the farm is currently open for lease.
BROKERS NOTE: This ground has been in the same family for 3 generations and is now being offered to the public. The tenant owns the center pivot, motor and gearhead which is located on the farm and the real estate agent can provide details for making an offer on this equipment to remain on the property.
SELLER: Bob Crotts Family