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FLINTSTONE CATTLE COMPANY LLC, SELLER
PROPERTY DESCRIPTION: 1565+- acres of premium native Kansas Flint Hills cattle grazing pasture. This is one of the finest tracts of Bluestem pasture you will ever have the opportunity to purchase. All under one fence, this ranch has 4 large ponds and several spring fed wet weather draws. Also included is a rural water meter located at the entrance. Fences are mostly steel post and 5 strand barbed wire. The quality of pasture is consistently as good as any you will find.
LEGAL DESCRIPTION: Government Lots 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 19, 20, 21, 22, 23, 24, 25, 26, 27, & 28 in Section 6 AND Government Lots 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 17, 18, 19, 20, 21, 22, 23, 24, 25, 26 in Section 7, ALL in Township 25 South, Range 08 East of the 6th PM, Butler County, Kansas.
2016 REAL ESTATE TAXES: $2489.20.
LAND LOCATION: From HWY 54 at Rosalia Kansas, 6 Miles North on NE Flinthills Rd to NE 50th St, East 1 Mile to the Ranch.
TERMS: Earnest money is $250,000 down at the conclusion of the Auction with the balance due upon Sellers submission of merchantable title and closing. Closing date shall be on or before December 29, 2017. Closing fee and title Insurance fee will be split 50/50 between Seller and Buyer. Selling subject to easements, restrictions, roadways and rights of way. This property is not selling subject to financing or inspections. Interested buyers need to view the property prior to the date of the auction and have financing available and any inspections performed prior to bidding. All pertinent information is available upon request. All announcements made the day of the auction take precedence over any other announcements or printed material.
ABOUT THE FLINT HILLS, COURTESY OF JIM HOY: “The Flint Hills Ecoregion is designated as a distinct region because it is the largest remaining coverage of intact tallgrass praire in North America. Flint Hills grass is known as the best in the world for putting on weight quickly and economically. Not only are the leaves of bluestem rich in protein, which produces meat, but they also are rich in calcium, which helps bones grow bigger and stronger. Limestone is a soluble rock, and the deep roots of bluestem carry that lime into the leaves as calcium. Thus a steer or heifer that arrives in the spring and stays through the summer when bluestem is at its most nutritious will gain weight almost unbelievably fast. Few cattle fail to gain at least two pounds a day, and in a good grass year cattle can gain more than three pounds a day eating nothing but grass. The Bluestem grasses of the Flint Hills are a warm season grass that emerges in late spring, is at its peak in mid-summer, and gradually loses its power in late summer and early fall. The sunshine that went into the leaves in spring and summer goes into the roots in late summer and autumn in order to store energy for the next season.” Jim Hoy is the director of the Center for Great Plains Studies at Emporia State University.