Heath Kramer


Heath Kramer grew up in Graham, Texas, hunting and fishing on his family land in Young County. Heath graduated from Texas Tech University in 2012 with a bachelor’s degree in Energy Commerce. Before joining Campbell Farm & Ranch in the winter of 2016, Heath pursued a career as a petroleum landman and traveled the United States on various leasing and acquisition projects, working in areas such as the Bakken Shale in Montana and North Dakota. During his time as a petroleum landman, Heath acquired extensive knowledge of mineral rights as well as the ins and outs of determining surface and mineral owners in courthouses throughout the Texas. He knows how surface and mineral rights co-exist and brings a unique understanding of this to the Campbell Farm & Ranch team. Heath and his wife, Amber, now call Graham home, where she plans to complete her teaching certificate. Still, an avid hunter who indulges in whichever hunting season is in effect, Heath Kramer also works with his brother in their growing cattle business. Heath and Amber Kramer reside in Graham with their beloved Australian shepherd, Winston.
$525,875  •  195.13 acres
Komo on the Creek, located in the southern portion of Young County, lies in the heart of the Clear Fork of the Brazos Valley. The north boundary is an impressive part of Fish Creek before it dumps into the Clear Fork. This diverse 195-acre tract contains exceptional mature post oaks along the ridges and draws, as well as numerous large live-oak mottes. Komo on the Creek is completely wooded with a wide range of cover and browse creating a phenomenal habitat for all types of wildlife and recreational opportunities.Komo on the Creek contains outstanding wildlife habitat coupled with stunning topography that leaves a lasting impression.  The ranch has almost 100 feet of rolling to drastic elevation traveling from the south boundary towards Fish Creek, with some great views for build sites. This portion of Fish Creek is live water, and barring a drought will run or hold water year-round. This acreage has ample surface water with three ponds, and one being of recent construction. The rugged terrain also has two very large draws that provide the opportunity for much larger surface water (up to 5 acres). Komo on the Creek is a raw, rugged, recreational property sporting attributes that you will not find on any other ranch in this area.-COVER-Tree Cover-Heavy to moderate; post oak, live oak, mesquite, elm, hackberryUnder Brush-Skunkbush sumac, algerita, elbowbush, lotebush, ephedra, winged-elm, prickly pear, tasajilloNative Grasses-Currently leased for grazing-WATER FEATURES-2,630 ft of Fish Creek - LIVE WATER3 tanks/pondsMultiple draws w/ big water potentialFort Belknap Water & Electricity available-WILDLIFE-Deer, duck, and doveTurkey, hog, and quailCatfish, perch, and bass Ample wildlifeCurrently leased for hunting-IMPROVEMENTS-Fenced on three sides-good shapeWestern Boundary-Not fencedATV interior roads-good for side by side ATV's-MINERALS-3 oil and gas wells; 1 injection wellO&G maintained roadsSome minerals available-ACCESS-Access from FM 31090.4 miles on Komo Road-DISTANCES-14 miles north of Breckenridge18 miles southwest of Graham58 miles northeast of Abilene80 miles west of Weatherford100 miles west of Fort WorthListing Agent: Heath Kramer (940) 456-0575No 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 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.
$540,000  •  250 acres
Located five miles northwest of Murray, Texas lies Stony Hill Ranch. The ranch is located off a short easement from Carmack Road, consisting of 250 +/- acres of moderate to thick tree cover. The northern 114 acre portion features heavy mesquite cover, which makes for excellent wildlife habitat. The soil is fertile clay loam that can be turned into food plots or cleared for farming practices. The southern 136 acres gives way to a rocky hillside that flattens out with scattered live oak trees and beautiful views to the north of the ranch. This property boasts multiple build-sites and is completely fenced. The two ponds provide animals with consistent water with the largest being approximately a half-acre in size and holds water year-round.Stony Hill Ranch makes for an excellent recreational hunting ranch due to very little hunting pressure in the past years, while also containing exceptional native grasses to run a cattle operation. The mature tree cover provides cover for all types of wildlife, including whitetail deer, Rio-Grande turkey, dove, quail, varmints, and more. There is a rural water meter on-site with electricity available on Carmack Road.  Please call Heath Kramer with Campbell Farm and Ranch to schedule a showing.COVERTree Cover-Heavy to moderate; mesquite with scattered oaksUnder Brush-Skunkbush sumac, algerita, elbowbush, lotebush, ephedra, winged-elm, prickly pear, tasajilloNative Grasses-Currently leased for grazing-Willing to stayWILDLIFEDeer, duck, and doveTurkey, hog, and quailAmple wildlifeHas not been hunted in 7 yearsWATER FEATURES2 tanks/pondsTwo seasonal drawsRural water meterIMPROVEMENTSCompletely fenced, good conditionATV interior roadsMINERALSNo oil and gas productionNo minerals availableACCESSAccess from Carmack RoadDISTANCES5 miles northwest of Murray15 miles southeast of Throckmorton20 miles west of Graham22 miles north of Breckenridge75 miles northwest of WeatherfordListing Agent: Heath Kramer (940) 456-0575No 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 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.
$743,600  •  208 acres
Mule Ridge Ranch is a clean 208 +/- acre ranch that lies just off Rosser Ranch Road in southern Young County. The ranch boasts 55 acres of wooded terrain with a live oak covered ridge on the west boundary. This ridge offers impressive views of the Brazos River to the east and provides beautiful sunrises in the mornings. The east 153 acres consists of two cross-fenced pastures that are currently in native grasses. The larger is 119 acres, while the smaller is about 34 acres. Each field contains Winters Loam Soil and Grandfield Fine Sandy Loam, both of which are incredibly fertile, providing for anything from native grasses to intense farming practices. The Brazos River lies just past the eastern boundary of the property and provides ample habitat for all kinds of wildlife, including large whitetail deer. Mule Ridge Ranch will hunt better than most properties of equal size due to the proximity to the Brazos River Valley.Mule Ridge Ranch is a combination property with opportunities for hunting and grazing but also includes some fantastic build sites for a cabin or custom home. This is clean land free of junk piles or past oil and gas production. The mineral interest is unknown at this time, but with an acceptable offer, the owner is willing to negotiate what may be owned. The only improvement is a 1,00+-year-old renovated rock barn complete with water and a bathroom. The barn contains a metal roof and concrete floors. To schedule a showing or request more information, please contact Heath Kramer with Campbell Farm and Ranch. .COVERTree Cover-Heavy to moderate; post oak, live oak, mesquite, elm, hackberryUnder Brush-Skunkbush sumac, algerita, elbowbush, lotebush, ephedra, winged-elm, prickly pear, tasajilloNative Grasses-Not currently leased for grazingWILDLIFEDeer, duck, and doveTurkey, hog, and quailAmple wildlifeNot currently leased for huntingWATER FEATURES4 tanks/pondsRural water meter on propertyIMPROVEMENTS100+-year-old Barn-Renovated; Metal roof; Concrete flooringFenced and cross fenced-Fair to great; Small portion will need fencing to split from sellers homestead; will be completed with surveyATV roadsElectric meter on siteMINERALSNo oil and gas productionPossible minerals availableNo old oil and gas roads or equipmentACCESSAccess from Rosser Ranch RoadDISTANCES6.5 miles south of Graham25 miles northeast of Breckenridge44 miles northwest of Mineral Wells60 miles northwest of Weatherford100 miles west of Fort WorthListing Agent: Heath Kramer (940) 456-0575No 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 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.
$94,500  •  70 acres
Wagon Branch Farm is 70 acres of cultivated farmland located just northeast of Megargel.  The farm has been leased to the same lessee for over 60 years and is currently used to produce wheat.  The soils consist primarily of deandale loam and winters loam, which are very productive farming soils.  The farm could be converted to grow almost any improved Texas grasses to be baled or grazed.  There is no stock pond on the property, however, there is 1,900 ft of Wagon Branch Creek that could be used to create a stock pond.  Although the property has never been leased for hunting it could be used as a great dove hunting property if planted correctly, as this area is known to have excellent seasonal dove hunting.COVERTree Cover--Almost completely open, a few scattered mesquite treesUnderbrush--LightImproved Grasses--WheatWATER FEATURES1,900 ft of Wagon Branch CreekIMPROVEMENTSGood fencingWILDLIFEDeer, turkey, and hogDove and varmintVery little pressureMINERALSNo oil and gas productionMinerals availableACCESSSlaughter RoadListing Agent/Broker must be present at all showingsDISTANCES2.3 miles northeast of Megargel17 miles southwest of Archer City23 miles east of Seymour45 miles northwest of Graham50 miles southwest of Wichita FallsListing Agent: Heath Kramer (940) 456-0575Listing Broker: 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 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.
$606,400  •  320 acres
Fish Creek Pasture is 320 acres of prime hunting land located just west of the small community of Murray and is the headwater of Fish Creek.  The completely wooded 320 acres provide ample cover for all types of wildlife, from whitetail deer, rio grande turkey, dove, quail, feral hogs, and varmints.  The terrain is mostly sloping on the east end with a ridge running across the western boundary that would make for an excellent build site.  Fish Creek Pasture is 100% wooded country consisting of mostly old bull mesquite cover and native grasses with a few scattered live oaks. There is no cultivation on the ranch, however, given the fertile soil, a food plot or field could easily be attained.  The surface water consists of one stock pond and one seasonal waterway that has the potential to be a much larger piece of water.  The wildlife habitat makes this an excellent all-around hunting or grazing ranch and is set up to build on with utilities available on the county road.COVERTree Cover-Heavy to moderate; mesquite with scattered oaksUnder Brush-Skunkbush sumac, algerita, elbowbush, lotebush, ephedra, winged-elm, prickly pear, tasajilloNative Grasses-Currently leased for grazing-Willing to stayWILDLIFEDeer, duck, and doveTurkey, hog, and quailAmple wildlifeCurrently leased for hunting-Willing to stayWATER FEATURES1 tank/pondTwo draws, the possible potential for another pondRural water availableIMPROVEMENTSFenced on three sides-Needs a northern fenceCaliche and dirt interior roads-Good shapeMINERALSSome oil and gas productionSome minerals availableACCESSAccess from Hamilton and Singleton RoadDISTANCES3 miles west of Murray15 miles southeast of Throckmorton20 miles west of Graham22 miles north of Breckenridge75 miles northwest of WeatherfordListing Agent: Heath Kramer (940) 456-0575No 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 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.
$604,800  •  144 acres
Nestled just off of FM 209 a mere three miles from Graham, Texas lies Quick Draw Ranch. This ranch consists of 144 acres of heavy to moderate woods, a seasonal creek, and a stock pond. The terrain is mostly rolling with the highest elevation being in the northwest corner, making a beautiful build site amongst the post oaks. A draw from the west connects a heavily wooded seasonal creek running through the middle of this ranch. This acreage has been resting from hunting and grazing for a few years, providing lush native grasses, and booming undisturbed wildlife. Quick Draw Ranch is an immaculate property with no current oil and gas production or equipment from past production. The future owners will obtain the ability to protect this pristine land with the available portion of the mineral estate. This ranch is in an area of Young County that is known for good underground-water, while rural water and electricity are also available. Quick Draw Ranch has opportunities for grazing, hunting, home building, retirement, and more.- COVER -Tree Cover- Heavy to moderate; post oak, live oak, mesquite, elm, hackberryUnder Brush- Skunkbush sumac, algerita, elbowbush, lotebush, ephedra, winged-elm, prickly pear, tasajilloNative Grasses- Not Currently leased for grazing;Cultivation/Tillable acreage -12 acres; cross-fenced; Not cultivated in the past three years- WILDLIFE -Excellent White-tailed Deer & Rio Grande turkeyGood white wing & mourning dove in the area12-acre field - Food plot potential; Sunflowers/wheat; Transmission lines create ideal dove perches over the fieldDuck, hog, and quailNot currently leased for hunting- WATER FEATURES -One tank/pond-Located in the NW portion of the propertyDraw and wet weather creek create substantial surface water potentialNearby water wells in the areaRural water electricity can be brought from FM 209- IMPROVEMENTS -Completely fenced-Good conditionAccess from FM 209-Not fencedDirt and grass interior roads-ATV roads- MINERALS -No oil and gas production or old equipmentSome minerals negotiable- ACCESS -Deeded Lane from FM 209Fence and Gate for Entrance-To be installed prior to closingFM 209-Paved- DISTANCES -3 miles west of Graham30 miles southwest of Jacksboro38 miles northwest of Mineral Wells50 miles northwest of Weatherford90 miles northwest of Fort WorthListing Agent: Heath Kramer (940) 456-0575No 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 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.
$495,000  •  113.74 acres
Rolling Acres Ranch is 113.74 acres of recreational and cattle land lying southeast of Jacksboro, TX. The acreage contains mostly open coastal with post oaks scattered throughout. The ranch has outstanding water with a 4+ acre lake and two additional ponds all stocked with bass and catfish and full to the brim. There are two coastal fields plus one wheat field with the remainder of the pasture in native grasses. Rolling Acres Ranch has been well-maintained cattle operation and on a good/wet year can run up to 60 head of cattle. Although the ranch is primarily used for livestock, the surrounding neighbors are heavily wooded and create a refuge for whitetail deer. The ample surface water provides outstanding duck and waterfowl habitat, while the overall hunting is good in this area with an abundance of deer, hogs, turkey, and dove. The property has a 1,120 sqft 3 bedroom/2 bath mobile home and two water wells making it a perfect getaway for weekend hunters. Rolling Acres Ranch is an all-around useful piece of land, whether it be for a  rancher looking to increase a cattle operation or a hunter looking for a close blind and income opportunities. COVERTree Cover--Sparsely wooded: post oak, mesquiteUnderbrush--Light to moderateNative Grasses--Excellent grass cover; not over-grazedWATER FEATURES4.5-acre pond-Stocked with Bass and catfishTwo stock pondsHOUSE3 Bed/2 Bath1,120 sqft, 14' x 80' Manufactured homeIMPROVEMENTSTwo water wellsElectricity meterExcellent fencingATV/UTV Interior roadsWILDLIFEDeer, turkey, and hogDove, duck, and varmintVery little pressureMINERALSOne active oil and gas wellMineral ownership is unknownACCESSErwin RoadHWY 199 -- Less than a mile from the entranceListing Agent/Broker must be present at all showingsDISTANCES11 miles south of Jacksboro22 miles northwest of Springtown23 miles northeast of Mineral Wells30 miles north of Weatherford50 miles northwest of Fort WorthListing Agent: Heath Kramer (940) 456-0575Listing Broker: 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 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.
$523,755  •  309 acres
Echols Ranch has been owned by the same family and producing cattle southeast of Megargel, Texas since 1902, shortly after the original patent from the State of Texas.  This acreage contains cultivation and grass pastures that are perfectly broken into four fields with woods, creeks and draws creating animal corridors between them all. Most recently the south pasture was managed for weeds as well as approximately half of the mesquite cover.  Although Echols Ranch has been primarily used for cattle, this land has diverse habitats for wildlife and recreational activities for all.  The property features more than a mile of Bitter Creek with various pockets of water and substantial tree cover for turkey roosts.  The stock ponds on the property provide water for wildlife and cattle with the better of the two surviving the last drought and containing fish.  The southern 180 acres is the only portion currently under an oil and gas lease with active production.  The owners are willing to negotiate on the sale of some of the mineral interest.  The availability of minerals coupled with an active ranching tenant willing to stay makes Echols Ranch an income-producing property with ample recreational activities ready to be enjoyed.  COVERTree Cover--180 acres; Moderately Wooded; mesquite, elm, hackberryUnder Brush--Thick to moderate; lotebush, prickly pear, tasajillo, green briarNative Grass--Currently leased for grazing, Willing to stay; Bluestem, Texas winter grassCultivation--121 acres; Hay grazer, winter wheatWATER FEATURES2 Tanks/Ponds-1/2 acre eachOne pond survived the drought; Bass and perchOver 1 mile of Bitter Creek (seasonal)Surface water potentialIMPROVEMENTSCompletely fenced & cross fenced; Barbed wire; Good to fair conditionWater available on HWY 114Electricity on propertyTwo old barns and cattle pensWILDLIFEQuality whitetail, dove & turkeyPotential for food plots and sunflower fieldsFields split with woods creating ideal dove hunting scenariosExcellent cover along Bitter Creek for turkey roostsHogs, quail, and sandhill craneNot hunted in the past yearMINERALSOnly Southern 180 acres is under an O&G lease5 producing oil wells1 saltwater injection wellMinerals are negotiableACCESSWalsh RoadTurner RoadB Brown RoadHWY 114DISTANCES3 miles southeast of Megargel8 miles northwest of Olney20 miles southwest of Archer City31 miles northwest of Graham40 miles south of Wichita FallsListing Agent: Heath Kramer (940) 456-0575No 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 first contact with the listing agent and be present at all showings to fully participate in 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.
Campbell Farm & Ranch

Heath Kramer
801 Elm Street
Graham, TX 76450

Mobile: 940-456-0575
Office: 940-549-7700