• 1,061+/- Acres offered in 15 Tracts • Tillable & Hunting Land • From 6+/- to 162+/- Acres • 782+/- Tillable Acres per FSA • Immediate Possession Available • Trophy Deer Hunting • Multiple Potential Building Sites • Live Water Creeks and Ponds • Highway 400 Frontage • Online Bidding Available You may bid online during the auction. You must be registered One Week in Advance of the Auction to bid online. For online bidding information, call Schrader Auction Company.
Open House/Inspection Dates
Thursday, January 23 from 10 am to 1 pm
Monday, February 10 from 2 to 5 pm
Meet a Schrader Representative at the Headquarters for detailed information.
Inspection Headquarters: Cherryvale Community Center, 712 S. Liberty St, Cherryvale, KS 67335. Located just south of the Pizza Hut on Liberty St.
This auction includes a high quality and diverse offering of Southeast Kansas farmland with exceptional hunting and water features. Comprised of 1,061+/- total acres located in both Labette and Montgomery Counties, this portfolio of farms offers something for a variety of bidders: quality tillable land, exceptional hunting property, live water creeks and ponds plus multiple potential building sites with easy access to Highway 400 and 169. Offered in 15 individual tracts that range from 6 to 162+/- acres, review the maps and tract descriptions for the tract or combination of tracts that best fits your needs.
Tract 1: 21± ac located at the intersection of Highway 400 and 5375 Road with gorgeous views overlooking the surrounding landscape and a small pond, which makes for an attractive potential building site.
Tract 2: 8± ac located at the intersection of Highway 400 and 5375 Road that has some mature trees and a beautiful view overlooking the Drum Creek and the farmland bottoms below.
Tract 3: 59± ac with approximately 51+/- tillable acres per FSA with excellent hunting and fishing along Drum Creek; primary soil type is Kenoma Silt Loam.
Tract 4: 6± ac located at the intersection of 5375 Road and 6000 Road, a beautiful potential building site with paved road frontage.
Tract 5: 8± ac with paved road frontage along 6000 Road and a nice view.
Tract 6: 56± ac with 45.03+/- tillable acres per FSA with excellent hunting and fishing land along Drum Creek. Primary soil types are Mason Silt Loam, Lanton Silty Clay Loam and Wagstaff Silty Clay Loam.
Tract 7: 81± ac that is an outstanding recreational property with excellent deer hunting, plus fishing and waterfowl hunting along 2,000 + feet of Drum Creek frontage; the property is an excellent mixture of mature timber and dense understory with mixed cedar. Check out the trail cam pictures.
Tract 8: 129± ac that sits adjacent to Hwy 400 with approximately 118 tillable acres per Fsa. Primary soil types include Kenoman Silt Loam and Wagstaff Silty Clay Loam.
Tract 9: 162± ac at the intersection of Chase Road and Highway 400 that has approximately 152.23+/- acres of tillable land per Fsa. Primary soil types include Wagstaff Silty Clay Loam, Kenoma Silt Loam and Parsons Silt Loam.
Tract 10: 130± ac with a nice topography, frontage on 24000 Road and 121.43+/- tillable acres per Fsa. Primary soil types include Kenoma Silt Loam and Zaar Silty Clay.
Tract 11: 97± ac located along Brown Road that is a mixture of 70.01+/- tillable acres per FSA (Kenoma & Zaar Soils) and dense trees with edge cover along the creek, which runs north and south on the property. A nice pond is located along the eastern boundary and there is abundant deer sign, check out the trail camera pictures.
Tract 12: 95± ac located along Brown Road that is a mixture of 70.87+/- tillable acres per FSA with Wagstaff Silt Loam Soils and the balance of the property being excellent wildlife habitat. Large rubs and scrapes line the creek bottom on the north side of the tract, check out the trail camera pictures.
Tract 13: 81± ac with access from Brown Road and 5200 Road that is a recreational paradise. Excellent deer cover, mature trees, live water creeks, 18.71+/- tillable acres, seclusion and 2 ponds. Mallards have been jumped off both ponds at every property visit this fall. Huge rubs can be found on the property and do not miss the trail camera pictures on this unique tract.
Tract 14: 82± ac at the intersection of Brown Road and 5200 Road with 71.93+/- tillable acres per Fsa. Primary soil type is Bates Loam and a nice tree lined creek runs diagonal across the property, making excellent deer habitat.
Tract 15: 46± ac located along Brown Road with 45.81+/- tillable acres per Fsa; excellent tillable piece with Dennis Silt Loam soils.