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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.


$4,950,000  •  560 acres
Diamond C Bow Hunting Ranch is an established high-fenced exotic sporting ranch. This hunting outfit has been advertising at for over 14 years and has a well-established clientele of experienced bowhunters looking to stalk exotic animals, wild pigs, and more. Strategically located an hour and a half west of Fort Worth and only 30 miles from Possum Kingdom Lake for DFW clientele. Diamond C Bow Hunting Ranch is 560 acres of land with ideal terrain coupled with thick browse and cover for each exotic species to thrive in the Texas habitat. Headquarters sits in the Breeding Pasture, which started as the original 80-acre tract of land hog paneled for bow-only pig hunting. This Breeding Pasture is loaded with animals not yet released or marketed to be sold. A custom metal building now operates as a well-appointed hunting lodge capable of accommodating up to 16 guests per visit. After a day's successful hunt, all will enjoy swapping stories under the covered front porch illuminated by the outdoor rocked fireplace. Entering the lodge is a sizable open concept room with a full kitchen, dining area, living room, and space for a billiards table. There are four bedrooms, three of which contain two sets of bunks, while one large room has two queen size beds. Two full bathrooms with step-in tiled showers lie between the bedrooms and the common area. Next to the lodge sits additional buildings functioning as a gear room, animal processing shed, and a one-room guest cottage. Conveniently located next to the hunting facilities sits the foreman's house with a fenced yard and a water treatment system for the whole ranch. The Breeding Pasture is a unique experience with a multitude of exotics running about. As hunters leave the crowded home pasture, they enter the quiet and secluded "Back 400". This is Diamond C's primary hunting pasture with huge, mature live oak mottes and bull mesquite patches. A herd of aoudad and scattered Red Stag work through the southern post oaks thickets, while the blackbuck tends to roam the open fields to the north. Axis and fallow deer can be seen scampering in the distance as one traverses the woodlands and into the edges. Planted fields of wheat supplement the animals thru the winter and then are scratched up to allow the native sunflowers to pop up during the summer to bring in flights of white-wing and mourning dove for the fall hunting season. This "Back 400" comes complete with a shallow duck pond that fluctuates and maintains the needed habitat for seasonal hunts. A draw running through the entire pasture provides ample water and supplies a 2.6-acre bass pond before running through to the Trophy Pasture. This 80 acres of the heaviest cover has the most dramatic elevation on the ranch and provides the preferred habitat for mature aoudad and mouflon sheep. Diamond C Bow Hunting Ranch provides all ingredients needed for a profitable high-fenced operation, including a seasoned manager willing to stay and show the business strategy in action. Broker's Comments -- This is a unique opportunity to purchase an established income-producing high-fenced operation with the animals on the ranch, a website running, clientele set up, and most importantly, a foreman willing to stay on board the next year to ensure a smooth transition. I enjoy that each hunting pasture makes its own experience with various terrain and mixed tree cover. This diverse portion of Stephens County provides the habitat desired by each exotic animal on the ranch. Wooded draws and old fence lines with mature mesquites split the dove fields with ponds nearby, creating ideal hunting scenarios capable of safely hunting 20+ dove hunters. The water features are what complete this recreational ranch by providing bass fishing, exceptional duck habitat, and several more small "wildlife" tanks/ponds scattered throughout the ranch. -- WATER & TERRAIN -- 12 ponds--larger ponds have fish; bass, catfish, and perch 2.6ac-Bass Pond; 2.25ac, 1.9ac, 0.7ac, 0.5ac, 0.46ac, 0.45ac and several small deep holes 2 water wells, filtration system for ranch, no current rural water line 60ft of rolling elevation; Draws runs north and west Wooded ridge along the north, high point in south-east corner Large live-oak mottes, thick mature mesquite patches, post oak thickets -- HEADQUARTERS & LODGE -- 2,376 sq ft Lodge-slab, metal roof, wood-framed, covered porch, fireplace 4 Bunk-bedrooms-no closets; 2 full bathrooms, open concept, full kitchen to living 400 sq ft Skinning Shed; concrete, water, electricity, storage, lift, cooler 2,112 sq ft Mobile Home-fenced yard, 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, covered porches 700 sq ft - 20x35 Equipment Shed-metal, inset pipe fence, rocked rock, feed silos -- COVER & WILDLIFE -- Exotic Wildlife -- axis, fallow, red stag, blackbuck, audad, mouflon, gemsbok Native Wildlife -- white-tail, mourning & white-wing dove, variety of duck, Rio Grande turkey, hogs & varmint Hunting -- established clientele, foreman willing to stay Tree Cover -- 85% wooded; heavy Live-oak, post oak, mesquite, juniper/cedar, hackberry, willow Underbrush -- moderate to light; lotebush, bumelia, skunkbush, ephedra, cat claw, yucca, prickly pear Food Plots -- 4 food plots in main pasture; 32.5ac, 22.5ac, 26ac, 6,8 ac; wheat to sunflower rotation -- RANCHING & HUNTING IMPROVEMENTS -- 3 pastures-completely high-fenced: Headquarters-Breeding Pasture-80ac; Main Pasture-400 ac; Trophy Pasture-80 ac 3 inset pipe gates, feed silo, animal sheds, protein feeders, blinds ATV/UTV dirt roads access most of the land, and desirable characteristics Water well near bass pond, small holes of water throughout the property -- MINERALS & WIND -- 1 producing well-accessed by a west neighbor, minimum intrusion No minerals owned to convey Proposed wind farm to the east 100% owned wind rights convey -- ACCESS & DISTANCES -- 4.1 miles east on CR 103 from FM 717 South 15 miles SE of Breckenridge; 21 miles N of Ranger 60 miles NE of Stephenville; 41 miles W of Mineral Wells 92 miles W of Fort Worth; 117 miles NW of DFW International Airport 100 miles S of Wichita Falls; 220 miles E of Midland; 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 contact a Campbell Farm & Ranch team member for a showing. All information 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; the seller has the right to refuse any offer, review multiple offers and accept backup offers.
$2,992,000  •  563.8 acres
Woodard Farms is a fully operating cattle ranch with diverse terrain and many profitable characteristics. From lush hay fields to extreme elevation changes with large rock outcroppings, this land offers more than most. The fertile soil yields enough hay for a much larger operation. Mature post oaks covering the hills provide an abundance of acorns for the local wildlife. Woodard Farms supports the best native grasses Texas offers, including multiple bluestems, switch grass, and more. NE 265 acres on Rooters Mtn RD -- Manufactured home with fenced yard sits out of sight from the working pens. The barn has a small workshop with concrete flooring and well water. Both hay fields have a large pond, while the hill pasture has two smaller ponds tucked into the wooded draws for the wildlife. SW 298.3 acres on Cox Mtn Rd -- Rolling mesquites cross-fenced into three "grass" pastures containing reliable water. Cattle and wildlife trails run through the scattered hackberry trees and wild plum patches. The largest of the three ponds is centrally located and sits on a draw, creating West Rock Creek's headwaters. A set of gathering pens sits in the middle of this tract of land for ease of use. Woodard Farms is the definition of income-producing land with the ability to lease for cattle, farming, hunting, residential, wind, and minerals! Conveniently split into two tracts, Woodard Farms contains enough road frontage to divide or develop. Two active oil wells each sit on a corner with a short road, and a third sits behind the barn. Two active turbines and a wind tower have rocked wind farm roads that also created all-weather access to the phenomenal views on top of the hill. All owned wind, oil, water, and surface rights convey with this land! Brokers Comments -- Closing in on 15 years of selling dirt, and this is the first listing I have had with all of the "Big Four" Native Grasses of Texas, including big bluestem, little bluestem, switch-grass, and Indian grass. These preferred native grasses create the most forage for cattle and are the first to be grazed out of most pastures. The "Big Four" provide exceptional seeds for turkey and quail consumption while creating preferred bedding habitats for whitetail deer. -- WATER & TERRAIN --- 7 ponds-1.2ac, 0.8ac, 0.7ac, Four ponds under a half-acre 2,400ft-Beginning of West Rock Creek, some fish in ponds, water well-piped to barn 100ft of elevation change, oak-covered hill, huge rock outcroppings Rolling mesquite with scattered oaks and hackberry trees -- RANCHING & RESIDENTIAL IMPROVEMENTS -- 1,875sqft Mobile Home, well water 4 bedrooms/2 baths; fenced yard 2,250sqft Barn; Workshop w/electrcity and concrete 2 Sets of Pens-One near barn; One in middle of SW portion 5-strand barb wire fences-good to fair-perimeter, cross-fenced, fenced traps for hay 3 O&G maintain roads, rocked wind farm to top of hill ATV roads thru most of SE 198.3 -- COVER & WILDLIFE -- Wildlife -- Whitetail deer, Rio Grande turkey, dove, duck, hog, varmint Hunting -- No current hunting pressure Tree Cover -- 65% wooded; heavy to moderate; post oak, mesquite, live oak, hackberry Underbrush -- Heavy to light; elbowbush, bumelia, skunkbush, very little prickly pear Native Grasses -- KR bluestem, switchgrass, little bluestem, Indian grass, side-oats gramma Grazing -- 1 animal to 20 units; fenced for rotations, Owner operated with manager -- MINERALS & WIND -- 100% of the owned mineral estate conveys--Producing Minerals 3 producing wells, oil well-barn, gas well-corner of NE 265, oil/gas well-SW 198.3 100% of the wind rights convey 2 wind turbines, One on NE 275, One on SE 300 -- ACCESS & DISTANCES -- 2 gates on Rooters Mtn Rd; 1 gate on Cox Mtn Rd 15 miles NE of Graham; 20 miles W of Jacksboro 55 miles S of Wichita Falls; 83 miles NW of Fort Worth, 99 miles NW of DFW International Airport; 106 miles NE of Abilene 1,750 feet Landowner Easement to the SE neighbor 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 contact a Campbell Farm & Ranch team member for a showing. All information 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, changes in price, changes in terms, or removal from the market without notice. Campbell Farm & Ranch presents all offers; the seller has the right to refuse any offer, review multiple offers and accept backup offers.
$13,562,500  •  7,750 acres
Blue Goose River Ranch consists of flat, fertile farmland with mesquite patches on top that breaks into deep cedar-covered gorges. Twists and turns in the terrain paired with scattered knobs create valleys turning into sand-bottomed creeks. These creeks define the canyons as they merge with the North Wichita River and split the ranch. Whitetail-buck ranging from 130"-150" inches are standard in Foard and Knox County, while 7,750 secluded acres with a river bottom habitat allow some mature animals to reach the 170+ inch marker. Several large flocks of Rio Grande turkey roost and thrive in the vast hackberry trees and dense chinaberry thickets. Ducks, geese, and other waterfowl are abundant due to the 3.4 miles of the meandering river and 48 bodies of water ranging from shallow grass tanks to a couple of acres of drought-proof water. Blue Goose River Ranch is a large cattle operation with outfitter potential. Headquarters sits in Foard County on the Northern 3,000 acres initially purchased in 2002. Headquarters is 16 fenced acres with the main house and the bunk house. This house is a sound three-bedroom ranch house awash with rustic charm and abundant storage. Entertain easily with a spacious kitchen with custom cabinets, a wet bar, and multiple dining areas connected to the den with a fireplace. Occupying the entire north side of the home is the primary suite featuring a fireplace, double sink bathroom, three large walk-in closets, and direct access to the laundry facilities. A bunk house sits behind the main house with the separate Foreman's home and office with farm equipment shed along FM 268. Over the next two decades, the ranch grew 4,750 acres to the south into Knox County. Blue Goose River Ranch offers 1,890 acres of wheat and hay, boosting the ranch's productivity with adequate rainfall and attracting droves of mourning and white-wing dove with the seasonal sunflowers. Across the river was acquired first, a valley etched out by Black Top Creek, including Blue Goose Hunting Camp famed with stories of hunting lore. Then a few other neighbors were added, spreading south to include the majority of Buffalo Creek and some badlands to add to the mysticism of this wild country. This cattle ranch has excellent perimeter fencing being mostly 5-strand barb wire. Each pasture is cross-fenced for rotational grazing to optimize the native grass production. This practice has boosted the local quial habitat and assisted in their comeback. Separate fields within the fenced cultivation and pastures contain a water source for cattle and wildlife. A final addition, the "Damland" added a wide, short canyon created by Bluff Creek and butted the ranch up to Truscott Brine Lake. 29+ access gates are strategically placed on the 12+ miles of county-maintained road frontage to optimize cattle rotations, farming, and access to blinds. Blue Goose River Ranch's final acreage came to 7,750, now available for the first time as one large ranch isolated in an area of Texas historically and currently known for vast swaths of land dedicated to cattle and hunting. Broker's Comments- Blue Goose River Ranch has "finger ridges," providing a different canyon or valley around every corner. This country makes one understand the old stories from the wild west and how the natives could disappear without a trace. Countless draws dip and turn with signs of local wildlife still utilizing them to hide out and travel. Truscott Brine Lake is a saltwater project controlled by the Army Corp of Engineers and is open to the public. The 1,600 saltwater lake and 100-acre freshwater lake provide a sanctuary for deer and create an exceptional waterfowl habitat. The larger ponds on the ranch and river have bass, perch, and catfish, while the 100-acre freshwater lake provides true sport fishing capabilities for an outfitter or an avid fisherman. -- WATER & TERRAIN -- 3.4 miles of North Wichita Rive-18,000+/-ft; 1.14 miles of both sides-6,020+/-ft 1 river crossing; Located on E river water gap; sandy, pea gravel 33 ponds, 15 shallow tanks; Several draws with surface water potential; Bass, catfish, perch 220+/- ft of total elevation change; 150 ft draws; Rolling to flat river bottoms; Flat fields on top 2.7 mi of Black Top Creek-14,440 +/-ft, wet weather, parts navigatable by ATV or UTV when dry 4.42 mi of Buffalo Creek-23,350+/-ft in three sections-7,850+/-ft; 10,025+/-ft; 5,745+/-ft 0.73 mi of Bluff Creek-3,850 ft+/-ft-Behind Truscott Lake Dam 4 rural water meters on North-Foard with 7 troughs 2 water meters on the South-Knox with 3 troughs 3 solar water wells on troughs; 2 windmill water wells with troughs -- HEADQUARTERS & RESIDENTIAL IMPROVEMENTS -- 16 fenced acres with the main house, barns, and 1.25-ac pond 3,016 sq ft-3Bed/2Bath; Built-in '88, metal roof, slab foundation, attached two-car garage Fenced yard, well for sprinkler system, rural water meter, paved parking in front 1,280 sq ft-Bunk House; Built-in '80, metal roof, slab, carport, used for storage Foreman's House on FM 268-Needs repair, electricity, and water Foreman's Office & Equipment Shed, electricity, water fenced -- COVER & WILDLIFE -- Wildlife -- Whitetail deer, Rio Grande turkey, dove, duck, quail, specks, Sand Hill cranes, varmint, occasional mule deer Hunting -- Leased for hunting & willing to stay; Hunting Outfitter opportunities Tree Cover -- 76% wooded; Heavy to moderate; Cedar, mesquite, hackberry, willow Underbrush -- Moderate; Lotebush, bumelia, skunkbush, ephedra, cat claw, yucca, prickly pear Native Grasses -- Side-oats, blue, other grammas; buffalo, curly mesquite Grazing -- 1 animal to 35 units; Owner Operated Cultivated Soils -- Clay loams: Mostly Tillman, Rotan & Hillister; Loams: Winter; Silt loams Cultivation -- 1,890 acres; 19 fenced fields; 24% of property; Moderate to excellent farming capabilities -- RANCHING & HUNTING IMPROVEMENTS -- Completely fenced for cattle; 5-strand barb-wire in good condition Cross-fenced into large and small pastures with reliable water in each Fenced river bottom on both sides; River crossing with water gap 5 sets of working pens; 2 on the North-Foard, 3 on the South-Knox 4 sets of pens with easy access for trucks and trailers near the road; Interior catch-pens 29 total gates on CR or FM road; 16 on North-Foard, 13 on South-Knox ATV/UTV dirt roads access most of the land, and desirable characteristics -- MINERALS & WIND -- 50% owned minerals convey; No active production 100% wind rights convey; 1 mi W of Foard City Wind Farm; 3 mi NW of El Campo Wind Farm -- ACCESS & DISTANCES -- Main Entrance - N side of CR 361 in Foard County 12 miles of County Road frontage; 28 total gates-15 on North-Foard, 11 on South-Knox 15 miles SW of Crowell; 30 miles N of Benjamin; 45 miles SW of Vernon 100 miles W of Wichita Falls; 125 miles NW of Graham 185 miles NW of Fort Worth; 206 miles NW of DFW International Airport 235 miles NE of Midland; 160 miles E of Lubbock 4,000+/-ft Land Owner Easement thru SW portion Listing Broker: Boone Campbell (940)-282-5500 Listing Agent: Travis Patterson (254) 246-5266 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 contact a Campbell Farm & Ranch team member for a showing. All information 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; the seller has the right to refuse any offer, review multiple offers and accept backup offers.
Campbell Farm & Ranch
Campbell Farm & Ranch
Boone Campbell
Boone Campbell
801 Elm St
Graham, TX 76450

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