"I have hunted and fished around the world. You will not find finer natural habitat, better birds, or better hosts than the Flanders family at the Kuhrt Ranch in Northwest Kansas. I always feel like I am coming home."
Nestled along the banks of the Beaver Creek in Northwest Kansas, this working farm and ranch resort includes contiguous acres of privately owned natural wildlife habitat, grazing land, farm land and conservation reserve land.
The varied terrain supports native and liberated ringneck pheasants, quail, chukar, wild turkeys, mule and whitetail deer, coyote, bobcats and wildlife all outdoorsmen enjoy.
The Kuhrt Ranch began as a one-room sod house, known as Shermanville, in the 1880's. Even then, travelers found it a welcome respite and shelter on their journey. The property was purchased by William and Pauline Kuhrt in 1891, and renamed the Kuhrt Ranch, a landmark so noteworthy that it is today listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
The ranch is now managed by Paul and Tess Flanders. Paul is the fifth generation of his family to manage the family farm and hunting enterprise, and, like his fathers before him, he was born and raised here on the farm in Edson, in Northwest Kansas.
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