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85± Acres
Chautauqua County, Kansas

85+/- Acres Woods, Ponds, and Big Views

ID: 38378
Status: Sold
Acres: 85±
Type: Hunting Land, Ranches, Recreational Land, Undeveloped Land, Business Opportunity
Address: 00000 RR
City, State: Elk City, Kansas
County: Chautauqua
ZIP Code: 67344
Presented By: Matt Wonser


This 85 acre farm is a unique and picturesque property unlike any other. Located in rolling hills and serene pastures of the Chautauqua Hills, this farm provides endless possibilities with its lush landscape. Perfect for hunting, grazing cattle, or just simply enjoying the peaceful setting of rural living, this farm is a great opportunity to continue sculpting a hunting paradise or manage a livestock business. The acreage gives plenty of room to roam and explore. From the natural woods that cover part of the land to the open fields, there's something for everyone here! For hunters and land management professionals, locating top quality property with all the amenities to support wildlife can be quite a challenge. But one property in particular has it all - expansive views, established food plots, timber stand improvement, excellent fencing, electricity available and of course - turkeys and high deer density with mature bucks. Let's take a closer look at the features that make this property a must have.

This 85 acre farm is a testament to the dedication and hard work of its seller. Their commitment to habitat management has preserved the beauty and tranquility of this property, allowing it to be enjoyed by others for generations to come. From the carefully tended management projects to the luxurious views - this amazing farm holds an abundance of natural wonders that have been maintained by its proprietor. The Cross Timber Ecosystem intertwines with the Chautauqua Hills to create a natural balance of woods versus grasses and is a paradise for hunters. With an incredibly high deer density and growing flock of turkeys, there is ample opportunity for successful game hunting season after season. With a total of 85 acres this farm exceeds the minimum requirements set by the Kansas Department of Wildlife and Parks for a non-resident over-the-counter deer permit. Invest in this unique property and enjoy the thrill of Kansas deer hunting without the risk of the lottery draw system! Timber Stand Improvement strategies of been implemented in three-four acre patches within the two blocks of timber on the property. These areas will receive more sunlight to the forest floor and enhance plant growth. The diversity created within the woods will generate food and cover that will help keep more game on the property. In addition to the TSI there was a specific aerial spray conducted to attack invasive grass species in the native grasses. Many of the current land management strategies are based upon improving the deer and/or turkey hunting. The practices conducted on this acreage will also help the quail that were once abundant in this area. Food plots containing milo have been planted along the drainage centrally located on the acreage. The establishment of the food plots can be difficult and that process has been handled. The new owner will be able to step in and plant the plots without enduring the initial set up struggles of a new plot. 

For more information or to schedule a showing please contact Matt Wonser @ 620-330-7282 or

Native Grass Pasture indicative of the Chautauqua Hills cover portions of the farm creating diversity in the habitat. 

Expansive views reach out in every directions as multiple elevation points rise up above the surrounding land and allow a line of sight for miles of picturesque scenery. 

Established food plots have wildlife conditioned to feed on this property and will allow the new owner to step into success with minimum start up effort. 

The timber stand improvement(TSI) sites are allowing more food and cover to be developed inside the security of the wood lots. 

The entire perimeter has a barb wire fence, including a new fence on the Northern boundary. 

Electric lines run along the Eastern boundary of the farm and would provide the closest source of power for a potential cabin. 

Large properties surround the farm and that naturally reduces the hunting pressure in the area. 

Turkeys have taken advantage of the habitat management and are starting to use the farm more every year. 

This entire area of Chautauqua County holds a ridiculous amount of deer and this farm is located between a lot of very good habitat. 

The seller has harvested mature bucks on the property and provided pictures to show what can be expected. 



Additional Information


  • dove
  • quail
  • small game
  • turkey
  • waterfowl
  • whitetail deer


  • fishing

water access

  • pond


  • mineral
  • natural gas
  • oil
  • water
  • wind

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