Amy Huffman

Through the deep farming and ranching roots within her family from generations past Amy has come to understand the value in strong work ethics. Being active in the agricultural world has also allowed her to recognize the importance and demand that is placed on having a suitable property in order to carry out and sustain an agricultural lifestyle that produces the highest yields possible that in return supports our very existence.  Amy and her family lived and worked on a 35k acre cattle ranch in Central Texas for many years.  Her family now owns and operates a farm and ranch in Cedar Springs, Tx where they strive to keep the agricultural family tradition alive and thriving for many generations to come. Since 2008 Amy's family has contributed to college scholarships of graduating high school seniors who are members of FFA and 4H chapters in various school districts through the Monty Huffman Memorial Ranch Rodeo Benefit. At times they also supply animal projects for less fortunate kids who want to be a part of showing animals within these chapters who may not otherwise have a chance at such a great agricultural learning experience. Amy find's great importance in getting kids involved and interested in agricultural activities early on as they are the generations of the future who will one day be responsible for sustaining life for the rest of the world through their farming and ranching skills. Having previously owned and operated a residential remodeling company for 17 years in the Waco area Amy has gained knowledge and expertise in the construction world that enables her to feel confident in addressing her client's best interests in helping them to purchase a home that is structurally and cosmetically suitable for their needs. While utilizing the latest technologies, market research and business strategies Amy will strive to surpass the expectations of each individual client with dedication and loyalty.

"I look forward to not only building business relations with my clients but also lasting friendships"  - Amy Huffman

Member of:  

  •  National Association of Realtors®
  •  Texas Association of Realtors®.
  •  Waco Association of Realtors®
  •  Texas and Southwestern Cattle Raisers Association
  •  American Dairy Goat Association
  •     Texas Trophy Hunters Association

$707,200  •  104 acres
Located on one of Falls County's highest elevations you will find this 104 acre tract of land. Currently this land is in production of corn and hay. The soil composition consists of various versions of clay loam soil which is common in this area. With the average of 38 inches of rain per year Falls County has the ability to grow strong crops and contribute to adequate water sources for livestock. Large land owners surround this property and give it a semi-secluded feel. Tri-County Water services the area and electric is at the road. This property can be utilized as row crop, pasture or possibly a homesite. Located only 3 miles from Hwy 6. Approximately 22 miles to Waco, 40 miles to Temple and I-35.
$1,645,560  •  235.08 acres
235.08 Acre Grazing Pasture - Robertson County, TX
$2,464,000  •  308 acres
308 Acre Grazing Pasture - Robertson County, TX
Henson Land & Ranch

Amy Huffman
926 E. St. Mary's St
Centerville, TX 75833

Mobile: 2547167844