Ray County Missouri Land for Sale



 


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367+/- Holt

367+/- Holt

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1341+/- Livingston

1341+/- Livingston

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617+/- Saline

617+/- Saline

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645+/- Livingston

645+/- Livingston

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696+/- Livingston

696+/- Livingston

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520+/- LINN

520+/- LINN

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235+/- Harrison

235+/- Harrison

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76.75 Surveyed Acres, Nice Row Crop Farm, One-hour from Downtown Kansas City

Price: $280,000 – $215,600  |  Location: Ray County, MO  |  Acres: 76.75

DCIM100MEDIADJI_0228.JPGNice upland row crop farm with good building site, located near Richmond, MO, only a one-hour drive from downtown Kansas City. This well maintained property offers 76.75 total surveyed acres, of which 59.91 are income producing FSA tillable acres. Additionally, this property offers: location (only 1,400 feet off the blacktop and easy commute to KC), perimeter fence, great opportunity for construction of a large pond, and executive homes in the area. View Full Listing>


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71+/- Acres, Premium Deer & Turkey Hunting, One-Hour from Downtown KC

Price Reduced: $197,025  $185,000 | Location: Richmond (Ray County) MO | Acres: 71+/-

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Premium deer and turkey hunting near Richmond MO, only one-hour north of downtown Kansas City. This property offers mature timber that has been undisturbed for many years, huge walnuts logs, good mix of ridge and creek bottom, free flowing water, multiple food plot opportunities, and perfect elevated stand locations that overlook clearings with good line of site. The deer trails throughout the property indicate many-years of heavy use and an established population. Great opportunity close to the city. View Full Listing >


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80+/- Premier Hunting Farm, Close to Kansas City

Price: $212,000  |  Location: Ray County, MO  |  Acres: 80+/-

2Premier 80+/- acre hunting farm located, in a highly desired location, just one-hour Northeast of downtown Kansas City. The farm has been privately managed to attract herds that offer both quantity and quality. Trophy deer have been taken from this property and plenty-more remain. The mature timber, including large straight walnut logs, and is host to a large population of turkeys. This is one of the best setups I’ve seen, offering: multiple stand and blind locations, four established food plots, good mix of timber, CRP, and row crop, plus a full-flowing creek. The timber edges provide cover and open-up to large, flat clearings, with unobstructed site lines. This farm, because of it’s layout, can accommodate multiple hunters. The farm offers… View Full Listing >


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723+/- Acres, Premium Hunting Close to Kc

Price: $2,006,325  |  Location: Ray County, MO  |  Acres: 723+/-

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Potential here for an amazing hunting club. Located only one-hour from downtown Kansas City, MO. This farm offers 723+/- total acres, of mature timber, open fields, pasture, a nice creek, springs, and small ponds. Wildlife on the property is abundant, including an especially large population of deer and turkey…both were spotted the day pictures were taken. I spent two hours navigating awesome, but seldom traveled, timber trails on the side-by-side. A couple old houses on the property may have potential to refurbish as hunting cabins. A portion of the farm is cattle ready, and with TLC, a new owner could run several head or row crop some of the open creek bottom. View Full Details >


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Good ROI Opportunity, 373+/- Acres in Ray County

Price: $1,308,750  |  Location: Ray County, MO  |  Acres: 373+/-

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A great farm with opportunity for return on investment. We are pleased to offer this quality row crop farm in Ray County, MO, located only one hour NE of Kansas City, just west of Stet, MO. This contiguous farm is a mix of quality creek bottom and rolling hills with terrace & tile improvements. The farm has been well cared for by a long term tenant. The operator would like to continue farming the property and I would encourage an investor to talk with him. The lease agreement does provide an option for the farm to be open next year. View Full Details >