Boone Campbell


Boone Campbell has a genuine love for land, nature and all they provide. Boone lived in Caddo, Texas (Pop. 40-ish) and he grew up working cattle on many local ranches with his father, David Campbell. Boone spent his childhood fishing the Caddo Creek and hunting dove fields in the area. If school or sports weren’t in progress, Boone was enjoying the outdoors. The Lazy T Ranch (Eastern Stephens County) is where Boone first learned about land, cattle and goats. Growing up on a working ranch, Boone was raised in an environment where a dedicated work ethic is the only way. He spent many summers and afternoons building fence, cutting cedars and hauling hay to help keep the ranch operating smoothly.


After earning two bachelor’s degrees (Business Administration in Accounting & Management) from Texas Tech University in 2008, Boone returned to the area he loves to pursue farm and ranch real estate with his father. Staying current with technological advances is a hobby of Boone’s. He enjoys learning websites, software, apps and other “gadgets” needed to obtain the information required to fully utilize the web-based marketing tools of today. Boone managed a large cattle operation in northern Stephens County until 2011. When Boone obtained his broker’s license, he dedicated all of his "working time" to farm and ranch real estate. Boone is now a member of the Texas Association of Realtors, Texas Real Estate Commission and the Stephenville Association of Realtors.


Boone Campbell is committed to protecting and conserving the land and the nature that relies on the land. Boone is an active firefighter and on the Board of the Caddo Texas Volunteer Fire Department. Boone is also the Vice President of the Caddo Wildlife Management Association. Boone believes that what is conserved and appreciated today will provide for many generations to come. When Boone is not studying or protecting the land he loves, he spends most of his time on land with his family and friends. Boone hosts annual hunts with friends from all over and he enjoys introducing or “teaching" others about the country culture. Boone resides in the small town of Graham, Texas with his loving wife, Stephanie, and their two children, Calder and Davee.


$2,250,000  •  405 acres
Granny's River Ranch is a raw tract of ranching land with highly-desirable recreational characteristics. California Creek enters the acreage from the north and meanders thru the western boundary until heading south and connecting to the Brazos River. Deer Head Bluff sits in the middle of the property providing prominent views and build-sites. Views extend for miles in all directions on the plateau created by Deer Head Bluff. This area is ideal for a potential home or headquarters overlooking Johnson's Bottom, the only named bottom in Young County on the Brazos River. ATV roads traverse the dense cover, accessing the many desirable characteristics. Split by the bluff, the northern portion consists of thick mesquites with a good mix of oaks and elms, while fertile soils in the southern river bottomland explode with diversity: post oak, pecan, cottonwood, elm, green ash, Texas ash, American elm, and more. This acreage is complete with electricity meters, a water meter, a fenced camp with 10+ RV hookups, and a storm shelter. Granny's River Ranch sits just five miles west of Newcastle, Texas, on the western side of Young County, with paved frontage and a county road along a portion of the eastern boundary. An owner could easily create an exceptional trophy ranch with this raw canvas of extraordinary characteristics. Broker's Comments -- Grannie's River Ranch provides the best 360-degree hilltop build-sites available in Young County. Deer Head Bluff adds exceptional character that is hard to duplicate. California Creek holds water most of the year and creates diversity throughout the ranch as it runs into the Brazos River. Ranch roads are rough but good enough to traverse the land and get to the Brazos. Fenced river access has an ATV path to the water, although the frontage has "beach-front" river access opportunities with a bit of clearing. Grannie's River Ranch is an excellent hunting property with high-end land characteristics. *WATER & TERRAIN* - 90+/- ft of total elevation change; Deer Head Bluff dramatically drops down to flat river bottoms - Deer Head Bluff-85 ft hill with a 15 ac plateau-Ideal build-sites - Mature mesquite with large live oak clusters; Post oak, cottonwood, elm on draws, creeks & hills - 1,980 ft of Brazos River frontage-Before the Clear Fork connects, drive-up access - 4,850 ft of California Creek (seasonal); Before & after Bull Creek connects to California Creek - 270 acres located in a 100-year flood zone; South 1/2 and eastern boundary - 4 Small tanks/ponds on the north end, a small pond on the side of the hill--1/4ac to 1/3ac - 2 draws on the north side run into California Creek with pond potential; 2 other small draws - Some water wells in area 20ft-200ft-Not Reliable; - Fort Belknap Water Meter *COVER & WILDLIFE* - Wildlife--Leased for hunting; willing to stay; Whitetail Deer, hogs, duck, dove, and varmint - Tree Cover--100% wooded; Mesquites, post oak, live oak, elm, hackberry, pecans - Underbrush--Heavy; Elbowbush, bumelia, skunkbush, prickly pear, greenbrier, catclaw - Native Grasses-- 1 unit per 25 acres; ag exempt, leased for grazing; willing to stay - Cultivation & Soils--No cultivation; 19 ac-mesquite regrowth; Lincoln & Truce fine sandy loam *RANCHING & HUNTING IMPROVEMENTS* - Inset Gate From Road; Two 15 X 20 ft carports - Fenced around hunting camp & carports - Fort Belknap Electricity Meter - Completely Fencing-- Good on North, East & South sides; Poor on West - Cross fences-Fair to poor; 260-ac south-pasture w/pond; 145-ac north-pasture w/3 pond - ATV roads access most of the land & desirable characteristics *MINERALS & WIND* - 2 dry holes on the RRC map; 1 visible well on aerial - 25% of the mineral estate owned and will convey with the land - No visible wind turbines; No transmission lines or substations nearby - No known wind lease in the immediate area; Wind leases confirmed 10 miles S, W, & N - All owned wind rights convey - Active sand mining 1 mile east of the subject property- - (income-producing potential) *ACCESS & DISTANCES* - Gate on the north end on FM 926-1,985 ft of frontage (paved) - 5 miles west of Newcastle (gas & food) & Hwy 380 - 18 miles west of Graham (Municipal Airport); 18 miles southwest of Olney (Municipal Airport) - 108 miles northwest of Fort Worth; 135 miles to DFW International Airport Listing Broker: Boone Campbell (940)-282-5500 Additional Notices & Disclaimers: Campbell Farm & Ranch welcomes all cooperating agents and brokers. Cooperating Agents and Brokers must make first contact with the listing agent and be present at all showings to fully participate in the commission split. Commission split is at Campbell Farm & Ranch LLC's sole discretion. No Trespassing--Don't hesitate to get in touch with a Campbell Farm & Ranch team member for a showing. All of the information contained in this advertisement is understood to be accurate and reliable but is not guaranteed. Please verify all information before using the information for decision-making purposes. All listing information is subject to errors, omissions, change in price, change in terms, or removal from the market without notice. Campbell Farm & Ranch presents all offers but cannot accept deals; the seller has the right to refuse any offer, review multiple offers and accept backup offers.
$2,236,770  •  258 acres
Wizard Valley Ranch lies west of Lake Bridgeport across the Jack County Line. A rarely traveled Green Elm Rd splits this 257-acre property with approximately 45 acres of rugged post-oak-covered land on the northwest side and 212 acres of rolling mesquites with a mix of oaks on the southeast side. Phenomenal build sites lie along the flat-topped hill on the western boundary providing spectacular views of Lake Bridgeport. The road outlines the terrain with the southeastern side containing a mix of mature mesquite flats with scattered live-oak clusters and thick post-oaks on the draws and high parts of the rolling elevation. All four reliable ponds are on the 212-acre portion, with multiple draws providing more surface water potential. ATV roads traverse this raw land giving access to most of the characteristics. Wizard Valley Ranch is truly a blank canvas of land ready for one to build as desired. Broker's Comments -- Wizard Valley Ranch is a rugged piece of land with hill-top lake views, and ample room on top of the hill for multiple build sites or a headquarters with a barn and more. This land has obvious development potential with a raw, mature cover and ample road frontage on Green Elm Rd as it comes to a dead-end. Yet, it also fits the bill for any End User wanting to build or own recreational land within an hour of DFW. Wizard Valley Ranch sits at the end of a dead-end road just 1.6 miles North of Wizard Wells (Pop. less than 1,000). Green Elm Rd is county-maintained while being primarily utilized by one other landowner located past this property and the Tarrant County Water Board for access. *WATER & TERRAIN* - Water well, 240ft per map, ample underground water in the area - 4 Small tanks/ponds on SE side--1/4ac to 1/3ac; 2 small holes of water on NE - 2 Small draws combine running NE; 2 other draws combine running SE - 160+/- ft Total elevation change; 100 ft hill on the west; heavily rolling on the east side - Heavy post oaks on draws and hills; mature mesquite flats with large live oak mottes - 1,000 ft south of the headwaters of Lake Bridgeport (surface area: 11,954acre); borders the Tarrant Co Water Board land *COVER & WILDLIFE* - Wildlife--Leased for hunting; willing to stay; Whitetail Deer, duck, dove, hog, varmint - Tree Cover--100% wooded; Live Oak, Post Oak, Red Oak, Mesquite, Pecan, Elm, Cedar & Hackberry - Underbrush--Heavy; Elbowbush, Bumelia, Skunkbush, Lotebush, Prickly Pear, Turkey Pear, Greenbrier - Native Grasses--Stocking rate 1 unit per 25 acres; not overgrazed; ag exempt, leased for grazing; Willing to stay - Cultivation & Soils--No cultivation; Thurber Clay Loam, Truce Fine Sandy Loam *MINERALS & WIND* - 4 Temporarily abandoned gas wells; multiple plugged wells; 2 pipelines - No owned minerals convey - No visible wind turbines; no known wind lease in the immediate area - All owned wind rights convey *ACCESS & DISTANCES* - Gate on each side of the Green Elm Rd-2,825 ft of frontage on both sides (dirt) - 1.6 miles north of Wizard Wells and FM 1156 (paved) - 20 miles west of Bridgeport (Municipal Airport); 28 miles east of Jacksboro - 60 miles northwest of Fort Worth (International Airport) Listing Broker: Boone Campbell (940)-282-5500 Additional Notices & Disclaimers: Campbell Farm & Ranch welcomes all cooperating agents and brokers. Cooperating Agents and Brokers must make first contact with the listing agent and be present at all showings to fully participate in the commission split. Commission split is at Campbell Farm & Ranch LLC's sole discretion. No Trespassing--Please contact a Campbell Farm& Ranch team member for a showing. The information contained in this advertisement is understood to be accurate and reliable but is not guaranteed. Please verify all information before using the information for decision-making purposes. The listing information is subject to errors, omissions, change in price, change in terms, or removal from the market without notice. The seller has the right to refuse any offer, review multiple offers and accept backup offers.
$4,377,000  •  1,040 acres
Salt Prong Ranch is a one-of-a-kind Shackelford County Ranch with year-round live water running throughout the majority of the land. This portion of the Salt Prong of Hubbard Creek is after the North Fork, flows in the Salt Prong, and creates a significant flow of beautiful clear-blue water not common for creeks in this portion of Texas. This prolific creek provides ample water for the local wildlife while holding a multitude of fish in the deep, long stretches of water. Massive pecans emerge from the creek banks and in the diverse bottom country. Each pasture contains at least one pond with mature mesquites and scattered live oak clusters. A dozen fields ranging from 12 to 52 acres are cross-fenced from the pastures and spread throughout the property. These fields create ideal food plots to draw in the droves of dove and the legendary whitetail buck the Shackleford County is known for producing. Being surrounded by large, historic ranches of the area, the Salt Prong of Hubbard Creek is, in a sense, protected by the land. Salt Prong Ranch consists of 1,040 total acres accessed by a paved road just 5 miles east of the beloved town of Albany, TX. Broker's Comments -- This is one of those ranches that I love being on. The Salt Prong of Hubbard Creek is a truly special creek with the potential for countless hours of fun. This live-water creek runs clear with a hint of blue, creating a hill-country river effect. You can easily spot-fish from the bank or kayak the long stretches of high-banked, deep water. The Salt Prong is by far the clearest creek in this neck of the woods. A landowner can hunt 5 or 50 dove hunters without safety concerns and with good flight patterns due to the layout of the fields. Shackelford County is known by sportsmen and women for an abundance of mourning and whitewing dove, quality quail, and true trophy white-tails. Ranches rarely change hands in this part of the world, and for a good reason. Salt Prong Ranch is one of the few true "live-water" ranches available. This is the first offering of this acreage to the public, consisting of 800+/- acres west of Cr 139 and 240/- acres on the east side of the road. This land is free of production, and this offering includes 1/2 of the owned mineral estate, including Executive Leasing Rights. *CABIN* - Built-in 2008; 1,475 sq ft; 3 Bedroom / 2 Bath; wood ceiling, laminate flooring - Pier & beam, wrap-around porch, composite roof - Kitchen includes an island with a glass cooking top, dishwasher, and oven - Master bedroom with en-suite bath - Living room outfitted with wood-burning stove and windows facing the creek *RANCH HOUSE & RANCHING IMPROVEMENTS* - 975 sq ft-Living Area; 2 Bedroom / 2 Bath; Open Concept-Living to Kitchen - Pier & beam, fireplace, rustic wood walls, laminate floors, covered front porch, composite roof - Open concept living room, dining area, and kitchen - Kitchen is equipped with an oven, dishwasher, and microwave - 430 sq ft-Screened-in porch, used for storage - 40X80 Pole barn; dirt floors - Pens, completely fenced and cross-fenced, fenced fields - Interior ATV roads, multiple gates on CR 139 and FM 601 *WATER FEATURES & TERRIAN* - 7,300 ft of the Salt Prong of Hubbard Creek-Live water; Never gone dry; Clear/blue water - Creek runs thru multiple sections of the ranch and across the road; Loaded with bass, catfish, perch, gar - 7 ponds-4 on western 800ac and 3 on eastern 240ac; Potential for more surface water - 120+/-ft-Heavily rolling to flat; - 2 draws in the NW 320; Multiple connecting draws in SE 240 - West Central Texas Raw Water Meter on NW320 - Fort Griffin Water Meter & supply lines on FM 601 & CR 139
Campbell Farm & Ranch

Boone Campbell
801 Elm St
Graham, TX 76450

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