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01/29/18 12:52 AM
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I am trying to gauge the interest in leasing out our personal farm in South East Kansas for Spring turkey hunting. Would consider leasing by the long weekend (Thursday-Sunday) or a ten day period. Our farm is 85 acres and is absolutely loaded with turkey. We have a live creek that is our South boundary and it is located approx 400 yards off Verdigris river.
45 acres is tillable ground typically in wheat/soybeans/corn. One food plot area I am trying to get planted in clover this year. There are 2 feeders on the farm that are not going at this time, but just need corn added which I could do. Not really necessary but some people like to have that extra "boost."

Located 12 miles N of Independence near Cherryvale. Five hour drive from Frisco, Texas

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