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


9.5 +/- Acres in Harlan County, NE

A great opportunity to purchase an acreage to make your own in a strong agricultural community. The acreage offers a barn, dog kennels, two smaller grain bins, and acres of great wildlife habitat. Several water hydrants are located around the acreage (water well condition is unknown). For a showing please contact Jeff Moon at 308.627.2630.

Legal Description – 9.5 +/- Acres in FCL E1/2SE1/4 Section 20, Township 1 North, Range 20 West, Harlan County


Land Auction – 288 +/- Acres in Furnas County, Offered in 2 Tracts

Live & Online Land Auction

Tuesday, December 5th
10:00 a.m. CDT

Beaver City Community Building
318 10th Street
Beaver City, NE 68926

Bid Online at: Bid.AgWestLand.Com

Great opportunity to own two non-irrigated farms in south-central Nebraska. Tract 1 is a beautiful 40-acre farm that offers good access and quality soils. Tract 2 offers good non-irrigated cropland and excellent wildlife habitat with the Sappa Creek traveling through the property. Open for the 2024 crop year.


Tract 1

Total Acres (per assessor) – 40 +/-
Non-Irrigated Cropland Acres – 38.85 +/-
Road Acres – 1.15 +/-

Property Taxes


Legal Description

Southwest ¼ Southwest ¼ Section 12, Township 1 North, Range 22 West

FSA Information

Total Cropland Acres: 38.85 +/-
Wheat – 5.05 Base Acres – 44 PLC Yield
Corn – 13.49 Base Acres – 105 PLC Yield
Soybeans – 2.07 Base Acres – 38 PLC Yield
Total Base Acres – 20.61

All mineral rights owned by seller, if any, to convey to buyer.


Tract 2

Total Acres (per assessor) – 248 +/-
Non-Irrigated Cropland Acres – 229.36 +/-
Trees, Grass, & Wildlife Habitat Acres – 18.64 +/-

Property Taxes


Legal Description

East ½ Northwest ¼, Northwest ¼ Southeast ¼, North ½ Northeast ¼, Southwest ¼ Northeast ¼, Section 12, Township 1 North, Range 22 West

FSA Information

Total Cropland Acres: 207.63 +/-
Soybeans – 29.76 Base Acres – 44 PLC Yield
Corn – 79.49 Base Acres – 105 PLC Yield
Grain Sorghum – 12.18 Base Acres – 38 PLC Yield
Total Base Acres – 121.43

All mineral rights owned by seller, if any, to convey to buyer.

2.52 +/- Acre Recreational Property in Woodson County, KS

Private 2.5 acres only 12 minutes away from Humboldt, KS. This tiny oasis consists of hardy timber and a water source from Owl Creek, which runs through it. This property would make the perfect quiet destination for anyone in the famous southeast Kansas region.

Legal Description – The South Half of the North Half of the Southwest Quarter of the Southeast Quarter of the Northeast Quarter (S/2 of N/2 of SW/4 of SE/4 of NE/4) of Section Thirty-three (33), Township Twenty-five (25) South, Range Seventeen (17) West, Woodson County, Kansas


20 +/- Acre Recreational Property in Woodson County, KS

Secluded 20 acres within 15 minutes of Yates Center that would make for a great getaway spot. The affordable recreational piece of property has been untouched by the current owners, allowing for the natural habitat to flourish. Thick timber provides shade and coverage to wildlife while Cherry Creek, which runs through the property, provides a great water source. The property is at the end of a dirt road and surrounded by fields. The possibilities for the property in big buck country are endless!

Other Property Information

  • The property has a non-maintained dirt road leading to it.
  • The 20 acres are in preliminary special flood hazard area A zone.

Legal Description – The South Half of the Southwest Quarter of the Northeast Quarter (S/2 of SW/4 of NE/4) of Section Nineteen (19), in Township Twenty-five (25), Range Seventeen (17), Woodson County, Kansas


164 +/- Acre Recreational Property in Rock County, Nebraska

SOLD $350,000

Offering an exquisite parcel of 164 +/- acres in an unrivaled location for recreational enthusiasts. Situated in the lap of nature, this stunning property is blessed with the serenading presence of the Long Pine Creek flowing gracefully to the north, along with a captivating small stream that meanders through the northwestern section of the land, accentuating the scenic beauty. Nature lovers will revel in the abundant wildlife that calls this haven home as the property is heavily populated with whitetail deer, mule deer, wild turkey, and if you’re fortunate enough, you may even encounter the occasional elk traversing through this natural paradise.

The seller graciously offers the opportunity to acquire the property through a land contract. The enticing option allows you to embark on your dream of owning this remarkable piece of land while providing flexibility and ease in the process. Don’t miss out on this golden opportunity to embrace nature’s beauty and create everlasting memories. Make this remarkable property yours today!

Legal Description

Half (½) Northwest Quarter (¼) East of Road Section Nine (9) Township Thirty-One (31) North Range Twenty (20) West of the 6th P.M. 67 +/- Acres in Rock County Nebraska.

Northwest Quarter (¼) Southwest Quarter (¼), South Half (½) Southwest Quarter (¼) East of Road Section Four (4) Township Thirty-One (31) Range Twenty (20) West of the 6th P.M. 74 +/- Acres in Rock County, Nebraska.

Part of the West Half (½) Southwest Quarter (¼) West of Road Section Four (4) Township Thirty-One (31) North Range Twenty (20) West of the 6th P.M. 23 +/- Acres in Rock County Nebraska. (Final legal description will be per survey)


40 +/- Recreational Property in Jefferson County, NE

SOLD $210,000


Sitting along the Little Blue River and just a mile south of the Alexandria Wildlife Management Area is a beautiful hunting property. This 40+/- acres offers multiple hunting areas with open grass areas, river front and wooded areas. The grass offers an income as it can be harvested once a year. This property is enrolled in the Wachiska Audubon Society Conservation Easement preserving native tall grass prairie and woodlands.

Please contact Kory for copy of easement.


Legal Description

Southeast 1/4 of Northeast 1/4 Section 20-Township 3 North-Range 1 East



121.5 +/- Acre Republican River Property in Red Willow County, NE

AgWest Land Brokers is proud to offer a beautiful river property to make family memories for years to come. This one-of-a-kind recreational property has nearly 80 acres of trees with approximately 1/4 of a mile of the Republican River running through the property.

The farm also offers 40 acres of income-generating irrigated cropland that can be used for growing alfalfa, corn, or the possibility of enrolling into a conservation program. The outdoor sportsman can enjoy the local wildlife, including, whitetail & mule deer, turkey and upland birds. This is the property you have been looking for. Give Jeff a call for more information on this outstanding river property.


121.5 +/- Acres (Per Assessor)

  • Recreational Acres – 78.99 +/-
  • Irrigated Acres – 42.51 +/-


Real Estate Taxes

$3,000 estimated


Legal Description – Government Lots 2, 3, 4, and part of Lot 5 Section 18 & Lot 1, part of Lots 2 & 3 Section 19, Township 3 North, Range 27 West, of the sixth Principal Meridian, Red Willow County, Nebraska


Irrigation Information – Located in the Middle Republican NRD with certified irrigation rights for 40.83 acres.


Irrigation Equipment

  • South Well G-036369 drilled in 1971, 750 gpm, 5′ static level, 35′ pumping level, 44′ well depth
  • North Well A-007382 drilled in 1988, 1,100 gpm, 7′ static level, 26′ pumping level, 67′ well depth


FSA Information

  • Total Cropland Acres: 53.21
  • Wheat – 25.87 Base Acres – 50 PLC Yield
  • Corn – 21.93 Base Acres – 118 PLC Yield
  • Soybeans – 3.46 Base Acres – 44 PLC Yield
  • Total Base Acres – 51.26

**Base acres are combined with other tracts. Base acres to be prorated by FSA office after closing.



Sandhills Ranch | 707.68 +/- Acres in Sheridan County, NE

SOLD $530,760

This beautiful Sandhills property is the deer haven you have been looking for! You will not want to miss out on this opportunity!

The Nebraska Sandhills

The Sandhills region, known for its mixed-grass prairie on grass-stabilized sand dunes, covers most of the western part of Nebraska. The north end of this 707+/- acre property boasts expansive pastureland that transitions into the rolling Sandhills of Nebraska.

Throughout the Sandhills you’ll find deep pockets of terrain held in place by warm-season grasses that are brimming with mule deer throughout the year, making it an ideal spot and stock hunting paradise with great options for potential food plots.

Many species of wildlife make the Sandhills home on this property including antelope, coyotes, and sharp-tail grouse. The Sandhills acres sit atop one of the world’s largest aquifers, the Ogallala Aquifer, with power lines located within 100 yards of the fence line, making it an excellent location for building the hunting cabin of your dreams!

Ogallala Aquifer

High Plains Aquifer – Also called the Ogallala Aquifer, is an area of about 174,000 square miles and extends through parts of eight states in the Midwest. This aquifer is the principal source of water in one of the major agricultural areas of the United States.

“The Sandhills region is one of the largest contiguous and least disturbed prairies in all of the United States.”

Source: extension.unl.edu

Ranch Details

The ranch provides a great opportunity for summer grazing and income generation. The current owners of the property suggest that the grass can be used for summer grazing for up to 60 pairs in a period of 5-6 months, providing an excellent income stream. Additionally, there is the possibility of leasing out the grazing rights.

The well-maintained fences are in great condition and undergo an inspection every spring, with many new posts installed in the spring of 2022.

There are two 8 ft. windmills with new galvanized pipe, a new tire tank on the south windmill, and plastic pipe on the north windmill. A solar well with a new pump (installed in 2022) is situated in the middle of the property, between the two windmills, offering an excellent source of water for cattle throughout the property.

Legal Descriptions

Township 26 North – Range 41 West of the 6th P.M.
Section 17:E ½ (317.68 +/- Acres)
Section 20: E ½, NE ¼ (77.86 +/- Acres)
Section 21: N ½ (312.14 +/- Acres)



Recreational Lakefront Property 8.21 +/- Acres on Box Butte Reservoir, NE


Here is your chance to build the perfect getaway or permanent residence right on the lake!  Opportunities like this don’t come up every day, and this acreage won’t last long! Two of the five acreages in this area have already sold this year.

Perfectly located on the edge of Box Butte Reservoir, this property is unique with different elevation levels that offer many options for building. Explore the best views of the beautiful Nebraska sunrises and sunsets and imagine them reflecting off the reservoir. Electricity is easily accessible from power lines following River Road. Power has already been pulled into some of the other acreages, and access roads into the acreages have been approved by the county.

This property is only minutes from the new boat ramp, and there are access roads to the reservoir near the east and west sides of the property. The water’s edge is an easy walk a few yards from the property line and through the state land bordering the reservoir. Escape the crowds and noise of other lakes and reservoirs in this peaceful retreat.

Box Butte Reservoir provides endless opportunities for anglers of any skill level with its vast variety of fish, including northern pike, walleye, largemouth bass, yellow perch, and channel cat. In fact, Box Butte is considered “one of Nebraska’s best kept secrets” by local fishermen.

Along with great fishing, the abundance of trees around the lake offers great protection for whitetail and mule deer, with elk cruising through the area at times as well. It is also close to Pine Ridge Recreation Area, which boasts excellent hunting. The lake and nearby river offer great outdoor activities, including boating, camping, and hiking.

Box Butte Reservoir State Recreation Area is located on the 1,600-acre Box Butte Reservoir on the Niobrara River, and the recreation area is managed by the Nebraska Game and Parks Commission.

Don’t miss out on this unique opportunity, as a place like this doesn’t come around every day! For more information, call Tommy Wiles today to take a look at this lake front property!


Covenants include
⁃ No subdividing
⁃ No single-wide trailers
⁃ All home structures must be on a foundation
⁃ Wood or barbed wire fencing only; no vinyl fences
⁃ No storage of abandoned vehicles or other abandoned equipment/items
⁃ No more than one house per lot


Legal Description

A parcel of land known as parcel 1B, containing 8.21 acres, more or less, in the northeast quarter of Section 30, in Township 29 north, Range 49 west, of the 6th prinicipal meridian, in Dawes County, Nebraska. (Exact legal description to come from title company)


Property Taxes

To be determined by county treasurer