This farm represents a sought after highly tillable acreage with convenience in location, no need to spend money after the purchase to get it ready to farm, and enough fence row and wind break shelter if one choose to run cows on all or part of it. A watchful eye has kept the conservation practices formidable on this land and you can drive from one end to the other with out worry of ditches or sink holes. That
effort adds to the productive value and beauty of these two tracts of land.
Property currently is in Wheat and the tenant plans to double crop with Soybeans.
Update: 2013 Wheat Harvested on July 8th and 9th, --- 150.32 acres averaged 56.7 Bushels per Acre.
Both tracts have some of the best looking wheat you will find anywhere in the area and it appears to be headed for an earlier harvest and double crop beans to follow.
Both tracts have great location with their proximity to Holden and Warrensburg and both lend themselves well for a private country home or residential development.
A cow tight fence borders the entire property with a North/ South Fence splitting the two tracts.
Rural Johnson County Water is available to the property Holden School District.