while in Kansas there are not a wide variety of game animals, they make up for it with excellent deer (including both Mule and Whitetail), turkey and pheasant hunting. Surprisingly, Kansas has the second to only Rhode Island in the percentage of land that is privately owned. Over ninety-eight percent of the land in the state is privately owned. For landowners this means opportunity to capitalize on hunters looking for a good lease.
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