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53.1± Acres
Wilson County, Kansas

53 +/- Acres Mineral and Crop Production

ID: 43031
Status: Available
Price: $424,000
Acres: 53.1±
Price Per Acre: $7,985
Type: Farms, Undeveloped Land, Lot, Business Opportunity
Address: 0 410 RD
City, State: Neodesha, Kansas
County: Wilson
ZIP Code: 66757
Presented By: Matt Wonser
Taxes: $585


This property is nestled in the heart of Southeast, merely one mile North of Neodesha, Ks. Neodesha's legacy is deeply intertwined in capitivating history and a sense of promise coupled with community pride.  The town's heart beats through USD 461, fostering education and a tight-knit sense of unity among its residents. This farm embodies a multiple approaches to land utilization including mineral production, crop procution, and the potential to build. With a careful balance of agricultural activities, it symbolizes the values of self-sufficiency and responsible resoursce managment. The fertile fields yield a variety of crops, reflecting the time-honored practices of cultivating sestenance from the land. Alongside the fields, oil wells stand drawing upon hidden reserves to supplement the farm's livelihood. 

*Documentation of mineral and crop income will be provided to qualified buyer candidates.

This property has an electric meter, water meter, and lagoon located in the Southwest corner. The time and expense associated with building are greatly reduced when the acquisition of utilities are eliminated. This property offers the benefits of a larger plot of land without removing yourself to far from the amenities of town. It is one mile North of Neodesha along Highway 75 and approximatley 3/8 of mile West on 410th. 

Farmland is often considered a prudent investment due to its numerous compelling attributes. It is a finite resource, making it inherently valuable as population growth continues to increase the demand for food and resources. In addition, farmland investments offer stability and potential for long-term appreciation, as they tend to be less volatile compared to other assests. They provide a hedge against inflation, as the value of agricultural products typically rises in tandem with inflation rates. Moreover, farmland can generate multiple income streams, such as crop sales, livestock production, mineral production, and even renewable energy projects. Investing in farmland also contributes positively to the environmental and social considerations, supporting sustainable practices and local economies. Overall, the combination of essential resource value, stability, income potential, and alignment with responsible investing principles makes farmland and attractive and enduring investment option. 

Mineral royalites offer a unique avenue for buyers to tap into the potential of natural resources without assuming the operation complexities and risk. These royalites grant the buyer a share of the revenue generated from the extraction and sale of minerals, such as oil, gas. This particular property is currently producing oil. Buyers stand to benefit from a stream of income over time, tied directly to the production levels and market prices of these resources. This arrangement proveds a more passive investment opportunity, enabling individuals or companies to participate in the lucrative energy or mining sectors without the need for hands-on involvment in exploration, extraction, or infrastructure management. As resource demand persist, mineral royalites can serve as a reliable means of generating returns while minimizing exposure to operation uncertianties. 


To schedule a showing reach out to Matt Wonser 620-330-7282 or

  • Tenant Farmer that would be happy to continue farming operations.
  • Producing oil wells, royalties will transfer to the buyer. 
  • Located 1 mile from the Norman No. 1 Oil Well
  • Located in USD 461 School District (Neodesha, Ks)
  • Electric and rural water available on the Southwest corner of the property.
  • An existing lagoon is located in the Southwest corner of the property.

Additional Information


  • dove


  • mineral
  • natural gas
  • oil
  • water
  • wind


  • other

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