In a year of little rain throughout the entire state of Oklahoma, here is a farm that it is guaranteed to rain on, every year, anytime you want it too! This irrigated quarter section sits just 1.5 miles NW of the town of Newkirk and just 5.5 miles South of the Kansas line with good gravel road access. The farm is made up of 99 acres of class 2 Tabler silt loam and 45 acres of class 2 Kirkland silt loam, capable of producing great yields with adequate water, which is no problem on this farm. The farm is being sold with all the irrigation equipment intact and the 2022/2023 winter wheat crop will be planted soon. The farm is a good investment just the way it sits but if you are a duck hunter or an outfitter this farm also has the potential to have a dike built on the south side of it and be flooded. A flooded corn field this close to the Salt Fork River, Arkansas River, Kaw, and Sooner Lake, could potentially be some of the best waterfowl hunting a guy could expect in Oklahoma. Call Tony today for more information and to talk about all the opportunities this beautiful central Oklahoma irrigated farm has to offer.