This ranch has a perfect balance of pasture range to suit the cowman and the habitat and terrain to attract the big whitetails for an avid hunter. With 5 ponds, rolling hills, scenic views, and natural breaks, this property simply has it all.
This ranch is in Osborne County Kansas, one mile south of KS HWY 18, 3 miles southeast of Natoma and approximately 35 miles northeast of Hays and I-70.
The ranch boasts 5 natural ponds varying in size and are filled by runoff from the surrounding hills and breaks. The ponds are strategically spread across the 600 acres for cattle grazing through the summer months and serve as wildlife watering holes year-round for the local whitetails that call this land home.
Whitetail Hilltop … the name says it all! The property has 265 feet in elevation change, thanks to a cliff that divides the property from North to South. This property features thick cover consisting of cedar trees, plum thickets, and locust trees that provide ample necessary protection and habitat for the big whitetails in the area. The west half of the property is very rough and rugged, allowing the Big Bucks to loaf, hide, and protect themselves. The side hills of these natural breaks are filled with cedars and thickets and provide ideal habitat to hold the big ones.
This ranch has been a working cow ranch for 20+ years for the current owner. With excellent soils for grass on the east half and the west half providing great shelter, shade and habitat for big game, Whitetail Hilltop is a perfect choice for the cowman and/or the avid whitetail hunter.
There is a corral in the northeast corner of the property, which is adequate for gathering and holding the livestock.