Hooray Ranch, established in 2013 in Reno County, Kansas is known for its waterfowl.

Hooray Ranch, a hunting and leisure property in central Kansas that stated for $32 million, was offered in much less than a single thirty day period.

Neither the purchase price nor the buyer of the 2,239-acre site was disclosed by Whitetail Qualities True Estate. 

The property spans five counties and incorporates a ranch and 11 non-adjacent farms. Known for fantastic deer, wild turkey and waterfowl looking, the home features a various wildlife habitat. The nearby tillable cropland is also a aspect of the wildlife working experience. The property in Reno County functions personal party accommodations and specialty cuisine.

The key campus in Reno County is made up of a 10,000-sq.-foot mansion, a 9,000-sq.-foot lodge, a gourmet farm-to-desk dining area, orchards, a vegetable and herb yard, guest rooms and searching amenities. The 11 farms and looking lands are in Harper, Kingman, Reno and Sumner counties, with the most farmland getting held in Stafford County.