Online Only Land Auction – 664 +/- Acres in Norton County, KS Offered in 3 Tracts


Online Only Land Auction

664.07 +/- Acres
Norton County, Kansas
Offered In 3 Tracts

Bidding Opens
Wednesday, April 3rd
10 a.m. CDT

Bidding Begins To Close
Wednesday, April 10th
10 a.m. CDT

Bidding will “soft close” and bidding will continue in five-minute increments until five minutes have passed with no new bids.

Bid Online at Bid.AgWestLand.Com

Agents will be available April 10th at 9:00 at:
The Loft (Second Floor)
101 S. State Street
Norton, Kansas 67654

Here is your chance to add serious acres to your farm or investment portfolio, with highway frontage! Located 7 miles north of Norton, Kansas and only 3 miles from the Kansas/Nebraska State line along US Highway 283, the Vandewalker RLT is selling 664 +/- acres of tillable dryland with several thicket pockets and waterways spread throughout the tracts. Consisting of 646.12 +/- tillable acres, these tracts offer a great opportunity to purchase an investment property with minimal waste on each farm. The soil structure offers prime Holdrege and Uly silt loam soils known for raising great yields in the area. There is a lease in place for the 2024 crop season. Tracts 1 and 2 are currently drilled to wheat. Tract 3 is wheat stubble and is to be planted to corn.

Legal Descriptions
Tract 1 – E2 Section 22 Township 01 Range 23
Tract 2 – W2 Section 22 Township 01 Range 23
Tract 3 – S2 SW4 Section 23 Township 01 Range 23

FSA Information
Total Cropland Acres: 641.08
Wheat – 163.99 Base Acres – 43 PLC Yield
Grain Sorghum – 160.11 Base Acres – 69 PLC Yield
Total Base Acres: 324.1

Lease Information
There is a lease in place for the 2024 crop season on all 3 tracts. $50/acre on 646.12 total tillable acres = $32,306.00 Payments paid bi-annually on March 1 and September 1, 2024. Buyer will receive the March 1st payment at closing.

Tract 1 Details
Tract 1 Total Acres – 277.76 +/-
Dryland Acres – 269.02 +/-
Other Acres – 8.74+/-

Real Estate Taxes (Tracts 1 & 2 Combined) – $ 5,524.44

2024 Lease Payment – $ 13,451.00

Tract 2 Details
Tract 2 Total Acres – 310.18 +/-
Dryland Acres – 300.97 +/-
Other Acres – 9.21 +/-

Real Estate Taxes (Tracts 1 & 2 Combined) – $ 5,524.44

2024 Lease Payment – $ 15,048.50

Tract 3 Details
Tract 3 Total Acres – 76.13 +/-
Dryland Acres – 76.13 +/-

Tract 3 Real Estate Taxes – $ 5,524.44

2024 Lease Payment – $ 3,806.50

Norton29

77.10 +/- Acre CRP Property in Norton County, KS


Located in the southwest corner of Norton County, KS sits an upland bird hunter’s dream property. Only 1 mile off US Highway 9 at the junction of County Roads W-13 & DD, this farm has easy access for all seasons of weather. As you drive up to the property, you will see an easy-laying landscape of lush CRP grass blanketing the property as several thickets line the roadway. Tucked on the south side of the property, the terrain changes to a mixture of cool and warm season grasses with several deep weed-covered draws, thickets, and cedar trees. This beautiful property offers the best of what Kansas has to offer for the avid upland game hunter, providing great habitat for pheasants, quail, and the local mule deer that frequent the property. Don’t let this incredible property get away because it will not last long!

Currently enrolled in the WIHA program.

Legal Description – E2 NE4 Less RD R/W Section 33, Township 05, Range 25

Norton28

Online Only Land Auction – 80.13 +/- Acre Dryland Farm in Norton County, Kansas

Sold for $3,100/Acre.

Online Only Land Auction

Located near the Kansas/Nebraska state line, this beautiful 80 +/- acre dryland tract sits just off Highway 283 along County Road E. With 78 +/- tillable acres divided between green wheat and corn, this gently rolling landscape spans most of the farm offering prime Class II Holdrege silt loam soils. Possession is immediate upon the harvest of crops. Don’t miss out on this great opportunity to own a quality investment property or add acres to your farm portfolio.

Bidding Opens
Wednesday, November 22nd
10:00 a.m. CDT

Bidding Begins to Close
Wednesday, November 29th
10:00 a.m. CDT

Bidding will “soft close” and bidding will continue in five-minute increments until five minutes have passed with no new bids.

Bid Online at: Bid.AgWestLand.Com

AgWest Land Brokers agents will be present to help buyers in person on November 29th at 9 am at:

The Loft
101 S. State Street
Norton, KS 67654
(Second Floor)

Legal Description – E2 SW4 Less RD R/W, Section 24, Township 01, Range 23

Current Leases The current tenant has been given proper notification for the lease to be terminated. Buyer will assume seller’s 1/3 interest in wheat crop and expenses.

FSA Information –

Total Cropland Acres: 76.15 +/-
Wheat – 32.02 Base Acres – 55 PLC Yield
Corn – 32.08 base acres – 92 plc yield
Total Base Acres – 64.10

 

Norton27

Lutz Ranch 1,148.14 +/- Acres in Phillips County, KS


Here is a great opportunity to own a large contiguous farm, ranch, and recreational tract in Phillips County, KS. Located just north of Phillipsburg, the scenic Lutz Ranch offers world-class hunting, lush pastures, and productive soils across most tillable acres. This region in Central Kansas is known for producing trophy whitetail deer, and this property is no exception.

Stretching through most of the ranch, the West Big Creek provides over 2 miles of beautiful tree line cover made up of large cottonwood, elm, locust, and black walnut trees. The thick cover for the whitetail deer, Rio Grande turkey, upland birds, and various other wildlife that call this ranch home provides full seclusion from outside pressure. As you travel through the property you will notice there is an abundance of ponds spread across the ranch with seasonal springs in the spring and fall. A large watershed providing incredible waterfowl hunting, when filled, sits in the center of this recreational paradise. Located in the middle of the central flyway, this region is a hotspot for birds traveling between the Kirwin & Harlan reservoirs, frequenting the property every fall. The Lutz Ranch provides an abundance of water, food, and cover needed to grow mature Kansas giants and keep wildlife on the ranch year round. With the exceptional hunting, the ranch contains over 356+/- tillable acres, with base acres of wheat, grain sorghum, and soybeans. Composed of productive Holdrege and Uly silt loam soils and an average yearly rainfall of 25 inches, this region has the potential to raise great crops every year. The ranch is separated into several pastures allowing for easy rotational grazing with several ponds located in each pasture. There is one well on the property that provides water to a stock tank near the house on the ranch ensuring water for your cattle throughout the year. The grass quality on this ranch is exceptional, with lush native grasses common in Northcentral Kansas, this property has not been overgrazed. Don’t miss out on this great opportunity to own a once in a lifetime property in Phillips County, KS!

 

Legal Descriptions

Township 2, Range 18:  

  • Section 12, South 1/2 Northeast 1/4 & South 1/2 Less Co Rd RW, 398.01 acres
  • Section 13,All Section Less Co Rd RW, 398.01 acres
  • Section 24, North 1/2 Northwest 1/4 & Southwest 1/4 Northwest 1/4 Less Co Rd RW, 117.56 acres.

FSA Information

  • Total Cropland Acres: 356.01

  • Wheat – 49 Base Acres – 35 PLC Yield

  • Grain Sorghum – 97.56 Base Acres – 77 PLC Yield

  • Soybeans – 114.64 Base Acres – 32 PLC Yield

  • Total Base Acres: 261.2

 

Phillips07

77.60 +/- Grassland Acres in Norton Co, KS

SOLD $107,250

 

Located in Norton County, KS just south of the Nebraska border. This beautiful rolling grassland is open to the new owner for the 2023 grazing season. Sitting just off of the well-maintained county road, the property offers easy access to the property. Surrounded by a four-wire barbed wire fence, half of the fence is in fair condition and in need of some maintenance with the remaining fence in good condition. Electricity is located on the property, along with a submersible well in good working condition. All minerals are to go with the property. Signs will be posted.

 

Norton24

2,497.08 +/- Acres Grassland, Dryland in Sheridan County, KS

The Teel Ranch offers a great opportunity to purchase, 2,500+/- acres of native grass and productive cropland nestled in the High Plains of western Kansas. Sitting on the Graham/Sheridan County line, this historic ranch took the sellers decades to piece together into the large contiguous tract it is today.

As you drive towards the ranch, the well-maintained 100th Avenue divides the ranch between the two counties, giving easy access from Highway 9 to the north.

Perfect for running stockers or continuing as a cow/calf operation, the ranch will comfortably run 200 pairs during the 5 month summer grazing period. The grass is divided into 9 total pastures with the west half of the ranch subdivided into 6 pastures allowing for easy rotational grazing. There are three submersible wells on the ranch that feed water to 12 stock tanks along with several ponds scattered around the property. The stock tanks have been placed evenly throughout each pasture to offer an easy source of water for your cattle. This incredible property is comprised of 513.46+/- acres of highly productive crop land, consisting of a majority Class II & III soils. The tillable acres can be used to raise additional feed for the ranch or as a variety of cash grain crops the region produces. There is a large herd of mule deer that call this ranch home, this herd has been properly managed and offers a great opportunity to harvest a trophy Kansas mule deer. Located at the heart of the ranch, the main ranch house and a large 80’x40′ shop sit off the side of the road and is move in ready for the new owners. Don’t miss out on your chance to own a large contiguous ranch in the Kansas High Plains. Signs will be posted.

 

Ranch Details

-5 bed 3 bathroom modular style brick home built in 1982 (1,513 SF) w/ a detached 2 car garage (dirt floor)

-80’x40′ Curvet shop south of the main ranch house in good condition. The shop features a full concrete floor and large sliding doors on each end.

-Several pens situated beside the old barn are still in use and are in fair condition.

-Four-wire barbed wire fence surrounds the property. There has been several miles of new fence built in excellent condition with the remaining older fence in good condition.

-3 submersible wells in good condition are piped to 12 separate stock tanks around the ranch.

 

Legal Descriptions

Township 6 South – Range 25 West of the 6th P.M.

–- Section 6, Acres 158.64, Southeast 4

— Section 8, Acres 236.41, Southwest 4 & West 2 Northwest 4 Less Road R/W

— Section 7, Acres 152.3, Northwest 4 Less Road R/W

— Section 7, Acres 241.86, Southeast 4 & East 2 Northeast 4 Less Road R/W

— Section 18, Acres 145.31, Northwest 4 Less RD R/W

— Section 7, Acres 81.45, West 2 Northeast 4

— Section 7, Acres 145.76, Southwest 4

Township 6 South – Range 26 West of the 6th P.M.

— Section 24, 6th Principal Meridian, Acres 156, Northwest 4 Less Road R/W

— Section 23, Acres 154, Northeast 4 Less Road R/W

— Section 13, 6th, Acres 309.08, E2 Less Road R/W

— Section 1, Acres 160.7, Southeast4

— Section 1, Acres 158.3, Southwest 4

— Section 12, Acres 317, East 2 Less Road R/W

— Section 2, Acres 79, Southeast 4 Northeast 4 & Northeast 4 Southeast 4

 

FSA Information

  • Total Cropland Acres:  515.86
  • Wheat – 296.89 Base Acres – 34 PLC Yield
  • Corn – 216.17 Base Acres – 105 PLC Yield
  • Total Base Acres – 513.06

 

Current Leases

There is a lease in place for 2023. The current tenant is paying $65/acre for all cropland, and $30/acre for the grass. The seller is to also receive 25% of this years wheat crop. There is a two year  oil and gas lease in place for the following tracts: East Half (E/2) & Southwest Quarter (SW/4), Section 7, Township 6 South, Range 25 West, 480 Acres Less Rd R/W, Graham County, KS

 

Sheridan07-KS

Online Absolute Land Auction – 156 +/- Acre Combination Farm in Norton County, Kansas

SOLD  $2,950/ac

Online Absolute Land Auction

AgWest Land Brokers is proud to offer 156 +/- acres of productive dryland and grass just 2.5 miles north of Norton, KS. This incredible combination farm consists of over 94 +/- acres of premium Class II Holdrege silt loam soil spread across all tillable acres. There is no lease in place and is open to the buyers for the 2023 crop and grazing season, with immediate possession after closing! The remaining acres consist of lush grass that was not grazed in 2022, surrounded by a four-wire barbed wire fence. A submersible well is located at the north end of the farm along with a newly dug pond at the south end of the pasture, providing great sources of water for your livestock.

Bid Online at Bid.AgWestLand.com

Bidding Opens
Friday, April 14th at 10:00 am CDT

Bidding Closes
Wednesday, April 19th at 10:00 am CDT

Bidding will “soft close” and bidding will continue in five-minute increments until five minutes have passed with no new bids.

**AgWest Land Brokers agents will be present to help buyers in person on April 19th at 9 am at:

The Loft
101 S. State Street
Norton, KS 67654
(second floor)

Legal Description – NE 1/4 Less RD R/W Section 17 Township 02 South, Range 23 West

Current Leases – Open for the 2023 crop and grazing season.

Additional Property Details

  • Newly constructed 26’x96’x16′ open-faced storage shed and a small holding pen, built with new continuous fence panels just off County Road I.
  • Submersible well located at the north end of the property.
  • 2 stock tanks in good condition.
  • Four-wire barbed wire fence surrounds the pasture.

FSA Information

Total Cropland Acres: 93.55 +/-
Wheat – 20.04 Base Acres – 44 PLC Yield
Corn – 40.04 Base Acres – 92 PLC Yield
Safflower – 3.24 Base Acres – 682 PLC Yield
Soybeans – 3.19 Base Acres – 30 PLC Yield
Grain Sorghum – .05 Base Acres – 111 PLC Yield
Total Base Acres – 66.56

Norton23

160.5 +/- Recreational Acres in Norton Co, KS


Under Contract $473,500

Overlooking the Solomon River in the near distance, this one of a kind property offers breathtaking views and world class hunting in Norton County, Kansas. As you approach the cattle guard at the south end of the ranch you will immediatly notice this is not your average hunting property. Mature cedars blanket the deep canyon draw running through the center of the property, canvasing most of the ranch in a forest of thick cedars and shrubs. Completely secluded from the neighboring properties from the cedars and steep rolling topography, this tract allows the whitetail, mule deer, turkey, and other various wildlife to have minimal to no pressure throughout the year. Tucked away in the cedars, rests a beautiful spring fed pond near the north boundary line giving wildlife a great source of water year round. This property is truly one of a kind, from its scenic views of this incredible landscape, and the unbelievable hunting opportunity this ranch offers.

  • 1 stock well located in the southwest corner of the property. The well will need a new solar well however the well is in good condition.
  • Four-wire barbed wire fence along the south, east, and north perimeter of the property in good condition. The east fence line was in poor condition and needed attention to.

 

Legal Description

South 1/2 Northeast 1/4 & East 1/2 Southeast 1/4, 28-05-22

Norton21

68.51 +/- Acres Recreational, Dryland in Norton County, KS

Here is your opportunity to own a world-class hunting property on the North Fork Solomon River in Norton County, KS. Offering prime wildlife habitat, these river properties almost never come onto the market and are in high demand for the outdoorsman looking to chase giant Kansas whitetail. Sitting just west of Logan, KS, this farm offers the best of both worlds and is almost perfectly split between Solomon River habitat and prime bottom ground. As you drive up to the farm from County Road Y, the road will drop down to the north end of the property line, giving you the perfect view of the near level topography spread across all tillable acres. The productive soil, consisting of mostly Class III Munjor silt loam, was planted to soybeans last year. There is a lease for the tillable acres and is currently on year 4 of a 5 year lease agreement with the neighboring farmer.

As you approach the Solomon River, mature cottonwoods, black walnut, ash, and elm trees create an overwhelmingly beautiful scenery as the Solomon River snakes through the center of the farm. The Solomon River is a fantastic water source for the whitetail deer, turkey, and other wildlife on the river and runs steadily year round. Walking through the dense trees you will find an endless network of deer trails showcasing the high deer traffic this property holds, with several bedding areas scattered around the tract. Once on the south side of the river, there is approximately 9 acres of lush CRP grass and shrubs hidden from public view. Not only is this a great location for a future food plot, but creates a low stress environment for the local wildlife. With such strong demand for Solomon River properties, this farm will not last long on the market.

 

Total Acres 68.51 +/-

Dryland Acres 37 +/-

Recreational Acres 31.81 +/-

 

Legal Description

Section 2, Township 5, Range 21, ACRES 68.47, ALL W2 NE4 EX E 50 ALL LYING SOUTH OF CENTER LINE OF VAC LESS RR RD R/W

 

Norton22

 

R.D. Swede Ranch – 695.60 +/- Acres in Norton County, KS


Tucked away in the rolling grass hills of Norton County, KS, the R.D. Swede Ranch showcases some of the most beautiful scenery Northwest Kansas has to offer. With nearly 700 acres spread across this large rolling landscape, giant cottonwoods, cedar trees, and thickets fill in the deep canyon draws that carve through the ranch. As you drive through the property you will notice the ranch offers an even mixture of cool and warm season grasses and a thin line of brush hugging the tree lines. The abundance of natural springs seeping from the hillsides creates a vibrant green landscape at the bottom of the draws as the stream makes its way to the Solomon River. These springs provide a strong year-round water source for the cattle and wildlife on this property. With nearly 2 miles of thick tree cover surrounded by brush and CRP grasses, this ranch offers world-class hunting for whitetail, mule deer, turkey, and upland game. As you turn off Highway 283, the private rocked drive will bring you to the main house at the north end of the ranch. The comfortable cinder block house comes with a large 60’x40′ shop and the original milk barn that has withstood time. The R.D. Swede Ranch offers beautiful scenery, world-class hunting, and sits in a great location for anyone looking to add acres to their ranch or land portfolio. Don’t miss out on this once-in-a-lifetime opportunity!

Additional Property Details

  • 15-ton overhead bulk bin
  • 8’x40′ storage container
  • 60’x40′ dirt floor shop
  • four wire barbed-wire fences with creosote posts and hedge corners in excellent condition
  • two wire high tinsel fence with plastic composite posts and hedge corners in excellent condition
  • 3 bedroom, 1 bathroom home, appliances stay

Legal Descriptions

  • SW4 SW4 Section 20 Township 05 Range 22
  • W2 NW4 Section 29 Township 05 Range 22
  • All SW4 Lying W OF Sager Road Section 29 Township 05 Range 22
  • E2 NE4 Section 30 Township 05 Range 22
  • All NW4 Lying E of Highway 283; W2NE4 & SE4 Less Road R/W Section 30 Township 05 Range 22

Norton19