The SW ¼ 4-2-3, Farmington Township, Washington County, Kansas This farm, 160 acres, more or less, consists of 41 acres cropland, with the balance of the farm being native grass pasture and excellent wildlife habitat. The cropland is a mix of Muir bottomland soils and Longford and Wells terraced upland soils. The conservation practices have been in place for many years. The native grass pasture has been well managed with a good stand of warm season grasses, has good fences, and two small ponds. Devil’s Creek crosses the northeast corner of the farm and this area is heavily timbered providing for excellent hunting opportunities. There is a farmstead area with an older unoccupied home, several good outbuildings, and rural water. The FSA bases and yields are: 4.0 acres wheat, 35 bushels; 8.2 acres corn, 85 bushels; 21.2 acres milo, 59 bushels; and 7.6 acres soybeans, 33 bushels. The 2021 taxes were $1,648.25. This farm is well located 4 miles north of Washington, Kansas to 22nd Road, then 3 miles west on 22nd Road, then one mile north on National Road to the southwest corner of the farm at the intersection of National Road and 23rd Road.