CRP / Recreational Land in Hayes County – 2 Tracts Available

Here’s a new investment opportunity in Hayes County, Nebraska that includes a total of 319.83 +/- acres being offered in two tracts.  Both properties have been recently re-enrolled into 10 year CRP contracts that expire on 9/30/2030.  There are a total of 281.52 +/- acres currently enrolled into CRP, with an annual payment of $13,231.44 which is $47/acre.  The land has also been enrolled in the Pheasants Forever Walk-in Access Program that pays an additional $8/acre on all 319.83 +/- acres, expiring in 2026.

This property is located between North Platte and McCook, Nebraska with gravel road access. It has a good mix of native grasses and brush that provides great cover and protection for all the wildlife in the area.  The property is in a well-populated area for whitetail deer, mule deer, turkey, quail, prairie chicken, dove, and pheasant.  Pheasants Forever paid to have a private contractor come in approximately 1 ½ years ago and clear all the trees on both properties.

Agent Notes:  With the new CRP contract, the new buyer can graze or hay each tract every other year.  The haying window is July 16th – August 31st, but you are only allowed to hay 50% of the property.  The grazing window is April 1st – April 31st on half the acres or July 16th – September 15th on all the acres.  Doing so will get you a 25% reduction on your annual CRP payment on the acres grazed or hayed that year.  There is an exception to wave the 25% reduction if there are drought conditions in the area that this property is located.  During this past summer of 2021, there were drought conditions and the seller was able to hay both properties, with no reduction to their annual payment.  Both properties averaged approximately 1 bale/acre when hayed.

Total Acres (Per Assessor) – 319.83 +/-


Tract 1

160.83 +/- Acres  |  151.13 CRP Acres & 9.7 Acres of Grassland

Legal Description:  SW 1/4 Section 3 Township 8 North Range 31 West

Property Taxes: $1,086.94

Total Annual CRP & Pheasants Forever Payments: $8,343.11

Price: $235,000.00


Tract 2

159.00 +/- Acres | 130.39 +/- CRP Acres & 28.61 +/- Acres of Grassland

Legal Description: Northeast 1/4 in Section 10, Township 8 North, Range 31 West

Property Taxes: $1,040.72

Total Annual CRP & Pheasants Forever Payments: $7,257.33

Price: $210,000.00




160 +/- Acre Combination Farm in Webster County, NE

  •  Nice combination farm that consists of dryland, grassland, and CRP acres.
  • Offers productive Holdrege Silt Loam soils.
  • Two dams and a submersible stock well provide water for the pasture.
  • Don’t miss this opportunity to own an outstanding farm!

Well Information – #G-164750, drilled in 2012, 225’ well depth, pumping 10 gpm, 180’ static water level, 180’ pumping level

CRP Information – 37.09 acres are enrolled in the CRP program. The CRP rental rate is $125.07/acre. Annual payment is shared 50-50 with the tenant.

FSA Information

Total Cropland Acres: 76.09

Wheat: 9.75 Base Acres – 39 PLC Yield

Corn: 19.5 Base Acres – 113 PLC Yield

Soybeans: 9.75 Base Acres – 44 PLC Yield

Total Base Acres: 39.00


76.80 +/- Acres of CRP/Recreational Land in Norton County, Kansas

  •  Incredible hunting and investment property!
  •  Located only two and a half miles north of Edmond, Kansas, along County Road E4.
  • Provides an abundance of wildlife habitat (whitetail deer, pheasant, quail, etc.).
  • Deep draws lined with large thickets and heavy brush cover are stretched across the property.
  • Don’t miss out on this great opportunity!

Annual CRP Payment – $2,292.00

Legal Description – W2 NW4 33-4-22


388 +/- Acres of CRP & Pasture in Furnas County

This is a great opportunity to own a combination CRP and pasture property in south-central Nebraska.  It’s located just a few miles from a paved highway.  This property offers a nice mix of CRP acres with pasture land that provides excellent habitat for upland birds and other wildlife.  For additional income, the property is enrolled in the Nebraska Open Fields and Waters (OFW) program that allows public walk-in hunting.  The buyer has the option to continue with the OFW program or opt-out of the program.  There are several other properties close by that are also enrolled in the OFW program.  Water for pastures comes from well water and dams.  The pasture is leased for the 2021 grazing season.

Legal Description

SE1/4 Section 3, NE1/4 Section10,  and W1/2NW1/4 Section 11 all in T1N, R24W


310 +/- Acres of CRP & Grassland in Franklin County

Nice 310 acres of CRP and grassland in Franklin County, NE.  Great recreational property for the avid hunter.  This property won’t last long!

Legal Description:   East 1/2 Section 34 T3N R14W

FSA Information:

CRP Contract 384A      125.6 Acres   Annual Payment $7,662   Expires 9/30/2020

CRP Contract 385A       79.6 Acres    Annual Payment $4,963   Expires 9/30/2020

CRP Contract 10016A  35.4 Acres    Annual Payment $2,159   Expires 9/30/2021




2622 670th Road Gordon, NE

This contiguous 160± acre property is located approximately 6 1/2 miles northwest of Gordon, NE. The topography features heavily-sodded grass pasture and 65± acres of dryland crops which include 40± acres that are seeded yearly to a hay/grain crop of mullet, oats, etc., and 20± acres that are seeded to alfalfa. There are approximately 10± acres of CRP that are planted to trees that offer shelter from prevailing winds and weather. The terrain is semi-level with a small draw running through the pasture. Improvements include a residence built in 1930 that has been remodeled to the era and a must-see with original wood floors and unique features throughout offering three bedrooms and one bath. Additional improvements include a well-maintained older cow barn with calving facilities as well as a newer constructed horse barn with space for smaller machinery, two chicken coops and a small guest house that offers outside a perfect setup for family time and summer evenings with a fire pit and a horse tank pool set up for the kiddos! Located off a well-maintained county road and private drive, this is a must-see that comes with so many extras!!!

Legal Description: 13 33 43 SE1/4 13-33-43


476 +/- Acres of Dryland and CRP in Graham Co., KS

This stunning Graham County farm consists of dryland and CRP acres and is ideal for any farmer or investor. The farm is split into two tracts, with the ability to buy the entirety of the farm. This amazing property sits on top of a large, gently sloping hilltop with a flat draw running up the middle. With high-quality Class II & III soils, you can expect this property to produce great yields year after year. The CRP is laced around the field edges and is set to expire in 2022 and 2026, with the tenant retaining half of all current CRP payments. This CRP can provide great long term returns and is surrounded by fields providing the perfect habitat for upland game. All mineral rights are to be transferred with the property.

Total Acres: 476 +/- Acres

Tract 1 : 316 +/- Acres

This tract consists of 224.82+/- tillable acres, 79.88+/- acres enrolled in CRP, and 11.99+/- acres of waste and/or old CRP.

Tract 2 : 160 +/- Acres

This quarter section contains 94.08+/- acres dryland, 44.55+/- acres enrolled in CRP, and 16.28+/- acres are out of CRP and have the possibility to be put back into CRP or added onto the field acres.

Legal Description: S32, T06, R22, ACRES 317.92, N2 SEC LESS RD; S29, T06, R22, ACRES 158.71, SW4 LESS RD

Property Taxes: Tract 1—$802.01, Tract 2—$1502.51


Perkins Co. CRP & Grassland

Income generating property with 58.69 +/- acres of CRP. The annual payment is $2,317.00 and it expires in 2023. This property also has 88.34 +/- acres of grassland that is a great upland bird habitat and should provide great opportunities for hunting.