Amazing Grace Ranch is a unique ranch with excellent grass, fencing and improvements in an exceptional location. It is very well watered and offers privacy with good access to well-maintained county roads. Interstate 70 is just 22 miles to the north. The ranch supports a good population of white-tailed deer, mule deer, pheasants, and quail. The ranch will run 220 mother cows year-round with supplemental feed. Land The ranch has had a significant amount of fish fossils and shark teeth found and is in a great area for this to occur. It is located just a few miles from the famous Castle Rock formations South of Quinter, Kansas. The hunting on the property is first-rate with a mix of white-tailed deer, mule deer, bobwhite quail, pheasants, waterfowl, and some varmints. It is approximately 20 miles west of Cedar Bluff Reservoir which offers excellent recreation and fishing for Walleye, Crappie, Largemouth Bass, and White Bass. The pond at the lodge is stocked with catfish, bluegill, bass, and sunfish. It is a fantastic small pond that is sure to provide a lot of fun and memories for the new owners. Improvements There are several small ponds on the ranch and a terrific, improved pond stocked with fish below the lodge. The lodge is and has been a labor of love for the owners with an excellent floor plan and a beautiful private view of the ranch and the pond below. This is a beautiful place, and it is enjoyable just spending time to take it all in. The ranch has granite countertops and an excellent kitchen overlooking a deck and the pond. It has two bedrooms and a basement area that sleeps approximately 8. There is also an exceptional outbuilding on the pond that has been used for family gatherings and barbecues. It is very well built and could easily be developed into more sleeping quarters or an additional living space. There is power to the ranch headquarters and propane. The property is very self-sufficient and secluded with good access via county roads. Recreation The hunting on the ranch is excellent for white-tailed deer and mule deer. It is located in Game Management Unit 2 and tags are available by draw for non-residents and over for some seasons for residents. There are landowner tags available for owners by draw. The habitat on this ranch is fantastic for upland birds and there is a good amount of pheasants and quail. There are also a few lesser prairie chickens on the ranch and in the area. This habitat could be improved by leaving some small areas in habitat with limited or no grazing. Additional grain sources such as small food plots would also help locate upland birds. Fishing on the ranch is great for catfish, bass, and bluegill. Agriculture Moisture has been excellent, and the grasses are in great condition and ready for hungry cows! The ranch can run approximately 220 mother cows with some supplemental feed in the wintertime. The ranch offers plenty of windbreaks and easy areas for cattle in case of a large snowstorm. The ranch has a very diverse mix of grasses with both warm and cool season grasses to provide diversity at different times during the grazing seasons. Water/Mineral Rights & Natural Resources No mineral rights will pass with land to buyer. All water rights owned by seller pass with land to buyer. General Operations The seller leases the ranch to a local cattle producer. Sale is subject to lease rights and current grazing season. Region & Climate The climate is very mild in this part of Kansas with warm summer temps ranging up to 100 degrees and cool nights in the 60s and 70s. It is a mild climate in the winter as well, with occasional cold snaps and moisture. Average rainfall for this area is 21-23 inches. Location This fine 2719 /- acre ranch is centrally located in the heart of grazing country in Kansas. The ranch is just 22 miles south of I-70 and the great small town of Quinter, Kansas. Utica, Kansas is just four miles to the southeast. Located in Gove and Ness County, Kansas this ranch is very well-watered and has excellent fencing.