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.

$1,819,200  •  960 acres
Twisted Mesquite Ranch is a gorgeous mix of mature cover and productive grass. Over the years, this land has been praised for significant gains in cattle on an annual basis as well as enough water to survive the Texas droughts. This acreage sits peacefully on a dead-end road with very little to no traffic, while also lying just 3 miles from paved Murray Hwy (FM 209). Twisted Mesquite Ranch contains the unique advantage of having land and buck tags available in both Young and Throckmorton County. LAND -- TERRAIN Although this 960-acre ranch contains 80 feet of elevation change in all three perfectly square 320-acre pastures, each has its own distinctive character. The SE-320 is packed with mature mesquites and few scattered oak mottes along a draw/creek, creating obvious surface water potential. A very well-maintained road takes one back to a large hill with a beautiful 360degree view build-site with electricity nearby at a small hunting cabin capable of resting bodies. The NE-320 has reliable water and has been recently sprayed for mesquites. This area has the best soils on the ranch and produces ample grass for grazing, fawning, and quality quail habitat. The westernmost 320 has the most romance with the mature clusters of live oaks and large post oaks on the hills overlooking the neighboring wheat fields. A ridge along the northern boundary creates a deep bowl of mature cover with thick underbrush. A small, centrally located portion on this 320 recently had a "flash fire" during high winds that burned most of the prickly pear and underbrush but only a few trees, creating an ideal location for a food plot. This scenic ranch encompasses oak-covered hills with beautiful views as well as fertile mesquite flats packed with wildlife. - RANCHING IMPROVEMENTS - Hunting Cabin-Electricity meter, porch, water hauled in Existing Fence-Fair; Cross fenced-Fair; SE-320, NE-320, W-320 7,350 ft of fence needed on the southern and western side of SE320 Pipe working pens on Singleton Rd along the eastern boundary Fort Belknap Electricity meter at hunting camp Fort Belknap Water on Hamiton Rd-2,450 ft from property - COVER - Tree Cover--Heavy to Moderate: Mesquite, live oak, post oak, hackberry, prickly ash; NE 320 acres has recently been aerially sprayed for mesquites Underbrush/Browse--Moderate to thick: lote bush, elbow bush, gum bumelia, some prickly pear Native Grasses/Forbs--Leased for grazing; Excellent Grazing Management; Willing to Stay - WATER FEATURES - 2+ acre pond (max capacity); 5 tanks - 1/2-acre to 1/3-acre Draw on the Eastern boundary; Multiple opportunities for more surface water Fort Belknap Coop Water-line on Hamilton Rd-1/2 mile - WILDLIFE - Superb whitetail, turkey, duck, dove, quail, hogs, and varmint Excellent whitetail genetics See pics & video for current wildlife Leased for hunting; Willing to stay - MINERALS - Six Producing oil/gas wells; Three injection-wells; Some non-producing wells One natural gas pipeline; One crude oil pipeline & electricity easements No minerals available - ACCESS - Gate on Singleton Rd-Caliche/Rocked; Dead End Road 3 Miles West of FM 209-Paved; 7 Miles East of FM 1710-Paved Listing Broker must be present at all showings or preview with Buyer's Agent. - DISTANCES - 9 miles northeast of Woodson 24 miles west of Graham (Closest Airport w/ Fuel & Service) 24 miles southeast of Throckmorton (Airport) 25 miles north of Breckenridge (Airport w/Fuel Service) 36 miles northeast of Albany 113 miles west of Fort Worth 145 miles west of Dallas 227 miles east of Midland *More Adjacent Acreage Available* 320 acres South-See Fish Creek Pasture 320 acres SouthWest- See Woodson Ranch Listing Broker: Boone Campbell (940) 282-5500 No Trespassing. Please contact a Campbell Farm and Ranch agent or broker for a showing. Campbell Farm and Ranch welcomes all Cooperating Agents and Brokers. Cooperating Agents and Brokers must contact the listing agent and be present at all showings to fully participate in the commission split. 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.
$2,805,699  •  1,480.58 acres
Named after two valleys created by Mesquite and Bear Creek, Twin Valley Ranch is a unique combo ranch containing the majority of the southern and western boundary of Lake Olney, as well as the beginning of Lake Cooper. Waterfowl are drawn to the small lake situated in the middle of the ranch, while the sizable, neighboring lakes create phenomenal duck and waterfowl habitat. A centrally located hill with beautiful bluffs produces remarkable panoramic views of the entire ranch and surrounding lakes. The eastern 1,120+/- acres of the property is cross-fenced into five pastures, which lead to traps and pens at the headquarters. Each portion contains a good water source ranging from one to three and a half acres in size. The headquarters includes the original, rocked homestead and a large metal barn. With a little effort and some TLC, the house could become a unique weekend retreat or cabin. Across Gilmore Road, the Bear Creek Pasture is 360+/- acres cross-fenced into one grass pasture containing the lightest tree cover on the property and one cultivated field producing hay and oats. This 1,480-acre ranch is located just 7 miles from Olney, Texas, with the conveniences of grocery stores, gas stations, restaurants, and a municipal airport.- WATER FEATURES -1.38 mi (7,280ft) of Lake Olney frontage1.13 mi (5,980ft) of Mesquite Creek-Wet weather; Feeds Lake Olney1.65 mi (8,686ft) of Bear Creek-Wet Weather; Feeds Lake Cooper5 ponds-3.5 acres; 2.7 acres; 2.3 acres; 1.16 acres and 1.13 acres; some small tanksWater meter to the house- TERRAIN -120+/- ft of dramatic elevation; Outstanding elevation changes throughout the ranchMultiple hills and high points with views; Mesquite flats in between the hillsRock outcroppings along the SW with more views of Lake Olney (arrowhead recently found in this area)Prominent elevation and tree coverage; Some areas managed for mesquites in the past- COVER -Tree Cover--Heavily to moderately wooded, Varies throughout ranch; Live oak, mesquite, pecan, elm, hackberry, prickly ashUnderbrush--Lotebush, elbowbush, gum bumelia, skunkbush, prickly pear, turkey pearNative Grasses--Grazed by ownerCultivation--82-acre field; 23-acre field; Both located on eastern 361 acres (Bear Creek Pasture)- RANCHING IMPROVEMENTS -Mostly good to fair perimeter fencing; Portions along Gilmore Road in poor conditionGood cross-fencing; Excellent alleys and traps for rotating and working cattlePipe pens and barn located on good caliche road at headquartersGood caliche roads-Maintained by production-Excellent O&G lessorRocked house with parking- WILDLIFE -Outstanding duck and other waterfowlExcellent whitetail deer & Rio Grand turkey(pics coming soon)Good dove and quailHog, bobcats, and varmintsBass, crappie, catfish, and perchPhenomenal "Birding" provided by two neighboring lakesLeased for hunting; Willing to stay- MINERALS -Surface estate only; No minerals owned1 pipeline through eastern 1,120 acres; 3 pipelines through western 361 acres1 Injection well; 1 Open well-InactiveDry holes and plugged wells on RRC Map- ACCESS -1.1 mi of Wainscott Rd-Private Road; CalicheGate on 7K Ranch Rd/Terrapin Rd; 2+ miles of 7K Ranch Rd1 mile with both sides of Gilmore Rd; Additional .35 miles of Gilmore Rd1/2 a mile west of FM 2178-Paved- DISTANCES -7 miles northwest of Olney19 miles southwest of Archer City35 miles northwest of Graham (Airport)45 miles west of Jacksboro105 miles northwest of Fort Worth196 miles east of LubbockBroker's Comments -- The Aerial Map does not do this property justice. Although this land has been managed for mesquites over the past 30 years, the cover is ideal for whitetail deer with areas of thick, mature brush and other areas with moderate cover allowing the animals to travel through undetected. Twin Valley Ranch is a true combo ranch with excellent grass, surface water, and cross-fencing with the additional premium features such as wooded creeks, neighboring lakes and excellent topography changes throughout the land.Listing Agent: Boone Campbell (940)-282-5500No Trespassing. Please contact a Campbell Farm and Ranch team member for a showing. Campbell Farm and Ranch welcomes all cooperating agents and brokers. Cooperating Agents and brokers must make the first contact with the listing agent and be present at all showings to fully participate in thecommission split. 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
$3,899,060  •  1,628 acres
Maggers Outpost is a hidden gem made up of wild and rugged country. This remote ranch is a mile from public access, back off the beaten path, where the animals flourish. The land has outstanding topography with huge hills just North of Lime Rock Mountain. The oak-covered hills along the southern boundary provide views for miles in all directions with plateaus on top. Large mesquites lie in the valleys holding ample whitetail deer and providing abundant grass for bedding grounds. Scattered ponds yield sustainable water for the wildlife and cattle while also providing excellent bass fishing (see pics). Cedar Creek snakes along the western boundary as it flows along massive bluffs and through heavily wooded bottoms creating a naturally diverse habitat. Cedar Creek sustains deep pockets of water during the summer months with ample signs of local wildlife along the banks and outstanding turkey roosts in the towering trees. Sandy Creek runs through the eastern and most rugged portion of the ranch with 100ft of dramatic elevation on both sides of the creek. A completely encompassed knoll jumps up another 80 ft right in the middle of the property. The far northwest pasture contains some of the rawest lands around with giant, untouched oaks covering the deep creek. Maggers Outpost feels as if you are deep in the "Bush" yet the ranch lies just 5 miles west of Possum Kingdom Lake.- WATER FEATURES -Over 1 1/2 miles of Cedar Creek-Seasonal; Bluffs down to creek; Deep pockets of water with perch1/2 a mile of Sandy Creek-Wet weather to seasonal6 ponds-1 ac to 1/4 acre; Some with bass & perch- TERRAIN -180+/- ft of dramatic elevation; Outstanding elevation changesMultiple Knolls and high points; Mesquite flats in between the hills Creeks on the West, NW & East; Bluffs to both creeks; Easy access to creek bottomsProminent elevation and oak coverage throughout the ranchMultiple deep draws; Potential for large surface water - COVER -Tree Cover--Heavily wooded; Live oak,  post oak, mesquite, pecan, cedar (juniper), elm, hackberry, prickly ashUnderbrush--Heavy; Lotebush, elbowbush, gum bumelia, skunkbush, prickly pear, turkey pearNative Grasses--814 acres currently leased and willing to stay- RANCHING IMPROVEMENTS -Good fencing & cross fencing; 814-acre pastures with one trapCentrally located pipe pens-Good to FairGood Caliche roads-Maintained by production-Excellent O&G lessor ATV/UTV interior roads; Access to most of the ranchNW 160 acres of raw, untouched land without any roads- WILDLIFE -Outstanding White-tail deer & Rio Grand TurkeyDuck, dove & quailHog, bobcats, & varmintsBass & perchLeased for hunting; Willing to stayLarge neighbors- MINERALS -3.5 miles of Caliche Roads in great condition-O&G maintained 7 Active gas wells; 2 Active oil wells1 In-active gas wellSurface estate only- ACCESS -1 mile Deeded Easement-CalicheGate on FM 717-PavedGate on property- DISTANCES -15 miles west of Possum Kingdom Lake (5 miles as a crow flies)21 miles northeast of Breckenridge (Airport)26 miles southwest of Graham (Airport)85 miles south of Wichita Falls96 miles west of Fort Worth224 miles east of MidlandBroker's Comments -- This land is the definition of a secluded ranching paradise.  Maggers Outpost was purchased many years ago as land to run cattle but also keep the wild feel of Texas. The previous caretakers enjoyed the big, rugged hills and untamed nature of the property.  This acreage could make an excellent high-fenced game ranch with tons of natural character that hunters and nature lovers would love to explore.  As a low fenced ranch, this acreage hunts extremely well with a surplus of browse, bedding, and water creating an immensely diverse habitat. The feeling of being far away from it all is easily obtainable on this secluded retreat. Listing Agent: Boone Campbell (940)-282-5500No Trespassing. Please contact a Campbell Farm and Ranch team member for a showing. Campbell Farm and Ranch welcomes all cooperating agents and brokers.  ***Cooperating Agent/Brokers must make the 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 and Ranch LLC's sole discretion.***   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
Campbell Farm & Ranch

Boone Campbell
801 Elm St
Graham, TX 76450

Mobile: 940-282-5500
Office: 940-549-7700