Sutton Ranch: 1,286 Acres
Located directly on Highway 99 between Moline and Sedan, this new listing has significant attributes that both the cattle producer and the hunter will find attractive. The acreage total is 1,286 acres more or less and is mostly Native grass with some tame grass influence as well. The good Native varieties are mainly Little Bluestem, Big Bluestem, Indian and Sideoats Grama. There's been an impressive amount of maintenance provided recently for property improvement including aerial spraying of trees, fence building and adding to the water supply. The boundary fences range from adequate to excellent with an overall grading of good for the majority. There’s a division fence splitting the parcel into two traps with approximate acreage totals of 715 on the west and 571 on the east. There’s a total of six ponds on the property with a new one just built in the east trap. The east trap also features a wet-weather creek for additional water supply. Adding further appeal for the cattle producer is an extremely well-built set of catch-pens located just off the highway. There are multiple sorting pens with sweep and alley that are set up right for ease in processing.
The recreational buyer will find much to like here as well with a tremendous population of Whitetails and Bobwhites calling this parcel home. There’s plenty of cover and privacy within the deep draws running throughout this tract and the deer are putting it to good use. You won’t get far across this parcel with witnessing the impressive wildlife population for yourself!
Please give Cameron Roth a call at 785-917-0867 to set up a tour.
Driving Directions: From Sedan, take Highway 99 north for 10.5 miles and the property is on the east side. From Moline, take Highway 99 south for 7.5 miles and the property is on the east side.
Brief Legal: All of 13-32-10E laying East of K-99 AND the NW 1/4, W 1/12 of NE 1/4, SE 1/4 and SW 1/4 of 18-32-11E AND All of 14-32-10E laying East of K-99 Except a Tract in NE Corner 240' X 257', Chautauqua County, Kansas
Minerals: The mineral rights possessed by the Seller transfer to the Buyer. According to the title search, the Sellers possess the mineral rights for everything owned in Sections 13 and 18. The Seller does not possess the mineral rights for what is owned in Section 14. There is no current production in Sections 13 and 18.