Woodson County, Kansas has long been known for its giant whitetails and this 80 acres will be no different. With its location just south Yates Center, Kansas, it sits smack dab in the middle of big buck country!
Habitat wise, this property has it all. Its mixture of native grasses and big timbered creek bottoms make it a perfect mix to grow big Kansas whitetails. The creek bottom not only allows corridors for the deer to move freely no matter the time of the day, but it also sets up several beautiful pinch points and funnels to catch them when they are their most vulnerable. The trail running through the creek bottom resemble a deer highway more than it does anything else. The rubs and scrapes are prolific on those terrain changes between bedding and food. And with water being a little short this year, to have running water will always be key.
Not only does this 80 acres hold the habitat to grow big bucks, the neighbors do as well. The creek bottom brings the whole neighborhood together just like a puzzle. The good habitat on the neighboring farms will keep big bucks moving through this property all season long. On top of that, with the draw running north to south and access on the east and west, you'll be able to hunt these funnels and pinch points almost no matter what direction the wind is blowing!
Don't let the great deer hunting fool you. This area of the state is just as well known for its quail hunting just as much as it is its deer hunting. The heavy grasses provide great habitat for not only quail, but other small game as well. Add on top of that a huntable turkey population and you'll keep yourself busy all season long!
There are also multiple locations that would be perfect food plots. Not only that, but the above average Woodson County dirt may allow you to add some tillable acreage as well. Even though this is listed as an 80 acre parcel, there is a possibility to add a little bit of additional acreage as well!
So whether you are looking for a top notch deer farm or just a great property to spend time on, this 80 acres checks all those boxes. To set up your own personal tour, contact Brian (620)212-2027, today!