"Just wanted to drop you a note and thank you for the great weekend. My little boy spent the first half hour telling mom about his new friend Paul and describing all the fun things they did together. The first thing he asked this morning when I got him up was, "When can we go back to Kansas and see Paul?""
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.
Native pheasants appear to be up this year! Call now to book your hunt! There are baby pheasants and turkey running everywhere!