This Barber County Ranch consists of 920 acres of rolling hills, deep wooly draws and 1.5 miles of meandering Cedar Creek valley. Located 6 miles southwest of Medicine Lodge on the Gypsum Hills Scenic Drive, the views on this ranch are breathtaking. Ancient floodplains, weathered hills, buttes and canyons provide lots of geologic diversity. This rugged landscape has a spirit enriched by cattle ranching and the American pioneers. Nearby city of Medicine Lodge has cultural significance, involving the Peace Treaty between the United States and the five tribes of plains Indians. The area also has a long standing tradition of producing Boone & Crockett Whitetails. In fact this is the most productive county in the most productive deer management unit in Kansas, the famous Unit 16.Healthy deer herds, Rio Grande Turkeys and Bobwhite Quail call this ranch home. Conservation practices have been applied to grazing for the benefit of wildlife and have proven productive. Adjacent to tree lined cedar creek lays 80+ acres of fenced in tillable soil. These fertile fields have been planted to forage crops and food plots for deer. Hardwood timber bordering these plots make for excellent stand locations. The ranch has reliable water sources, including a 2 acre pond, a solar well and creek. If your looking for the perfect hunting property with income streams, this is a one-of-a-kind offering. Fully intact Mineral Rights will pass with the land to the buyer.
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