Actually that brings up a good questions... what ARE timber trees worth in Kansas? I assume that timberland there is much more valuable than other places??? Since Kansas isn't really known for it's trees and all??Not really, no. They are asking about 22.7K an acre. Around here (Portland Oregon,) that would be okay, if it was close enough and the roads were good enough. In the middle of Kansas, no.
IMO, this is very overpriced.
Clearly, the value is in the timber/tree inventory and not in the land. That means you would have to assess it in terms of the timber value. If you assume the yields and prices in the listing are more or less accurate, what you would have to consider would include: