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Munson Angus Farms-Black Horse Hitch

4820 Liberty Hall Rd, Junction City, KS 66441-8474
+1 785-238-8068
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You will experience a real Kansas Working Farm Tour. Munson Angus Farms was originally homesteaded in 1869 and has been continually operated by the family. Currently it is owned by Charles and David Munson. Our registered Angus Cattle herd originated in 1924 and the genetics of this well-known herd will allow you to enjoy some of the best beef you have ever tasted. Our farmstead is located west of Junction City in rolling hills that are well suited for wheat, milo and hay production. Much of our farm ground is located in the fertile Smoky Hill River Valley, two miles south of our farmstead. This is where most of our corn and soybeans are produced.Our farm is both modern and old fashioned. You will witness modern equipment and technology along with old fashioned values of hard work, integrity and friendliness.
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4820 Liberty Hall Rd, Junction City, KS 66441-8474
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