Jacob Rice

Jacob grew up in rural central Oklahoma. Almost all of his time was spent farming, hunting, or fishing. After high school, he attended SWOSU to obtain a finance degree which he utilized by spending the first 10 years of his professional career in the banking industry. Jacob is a former Vice President for one of Oklahoma’s largest agricultural lenders where he specialized in farm, ranch and recreational land loans. It is through this experience that he has learned the extreme importance of customer service and customer satisfaction. He enjoys spending his time with his wife and two daughters, big game hunting in the Rocky Mountains, hunting deer, and chasing predators all over Oklahoma and the surrounding states.
$1,250,000  •  490 acres
The Turkey Creek 490 is situated approximately 6 miles northwest of downtown Ada. It is located at the end of a dead-end road, and access is provided by all blacktop roads with the exception being to the last half mile which then turns to gravel. Upon entering the property, you will cross Turkey Creek and immediately traverse into the beautiful open meadows with pecan, oak, and miscellaneous other timber located in the draws and hillsides of the property. Scenic views can be found on several parts of this ranch with most views looking toward the southeast.Several food plot locations and ponds can be found throughout the property. The 12 ponds range from small stock ponds to the largest being approximately 3.5 acres. Overlooking the largest pond is the beginning of a cabin. The slab and footing have been poured and the frame is up and is just waiting on the new owner to complete to their standards. Water is supplied to the cabin via two water wells.The numerous food plots and natural browse make this property a wildlife haven. Natural forages include persimmon, pecan, different varieties of oaks (acorns), and other types of grasses and weeds that make the deer, hog, turkey, and other small game populations plentiful. The native grasses and timber covered draws and hillsides provide ample cover and habitat for these animals. A fantastic trail system winds its way through the ranch as well. These trails make navigating the property a breeze while also providing great travel corridors for wildlife as well. There are numerous ridges and clearings throughout which would not only provide panoramic views but make for fantastic stand locations being able to catch those mature whitetail bucks traveling. After filling your hunting tags, you will still have plenty of time to relax with a rod and reel in your hand on the 12 ponds.- Approx. 35% open and 65% timber- Multiple food plots, stand, and feeder locations located throughout- 12 ponds and a live creek- Numerous pecan trees that could generate additional income and depreciated- Pecan, persimmon, and oak trees provide natural forage for wildlife- Elevations ranging from 870' to 980'- 6 miles to Ada- 81 miles to OKC- 120 miles to Tulsa- 166 miles to DallasThe information contained herein is deemed reliable but is not warranted or guaranteed by the Broker or Seller. The Broker (Great Plains Land Company) does not assume liability for typographical errors, misprints, nor for misinformation that may have been given to us. All property is subject to change, withdrawal, or prior sale. Buyers' agent must be identified on the first contact with the Broker and must accompany the buyer on showings to receive full fee participation. Otherwise, the fee participation will be at the sole discretion of Great Plains Land Company.
$400,000  •  132 acres
The Otter Creek 132 is conveniently located in central Grady County, just 4.6 miles north of the county seat of Chickasha. This property is extremely secluded and located at a dead-end, providing tons of privacy and would make a fantastic and beautiful homesite and recreational or agricultural property.Staying true to its name, Otter Creek runs from north to south through this 132+/- acre property. Otter Creek holds and runs water year-round with the seller stating he has only seen the creek dry once during a severe drought many years ago. In a small drainage west of Otter Creek, the seller states there are two natural springs that run during the wet months and feed into Otter Creek. A small stock pond also sits on the east side of the property. The pond, along with Otter Creek, provide plentiful water for livestock and wildlife.The west 30+/- acres has been used for wheat production in the years past providing livestock great forage to put on weight during the winter months. This acreage, along with terrace tops on the east side of the property have been recently planted to B Dahl grass. This grass is a type of bluestem that is drought and insect resistant and is highly palatable to livestock.I have personally hunted this property many times over the years. While I have mostly turkey and predator hunted this property, the deer have been abundant and the spring turkey hunting has been phenomenal. The turkeys love to roost in the big cottonwoods and black walnut trees that line Otter Creek. Morel mushrooms are also abundant along the creek bank during the spring.If you're looking for a property that provides privacy and seclusion, would make a fantastic homesite less than 10 minutes from Chickasha, and would provide livestock and wildlife opportunities, then you don't want to miss your opportunity at this farm.To schedule your own private showing, please call Jacob Rice (405) 229-6835 or Butch Hensley (405) 650-5579.- Privacy and seclusion- Electricity and rural water only a short distance away- Good hunting for deer, turkey, predators, and morel mushrooms- Live creek and stock pond- Livestock corral- 4.6 miles to Chickasha- 6.3 miles to Amber- 37 miles to Norman- 47 miles to Oklahoma City
$599,900  •  300 acres
The Ashland 300 is a bowhunters paradise. This property is covered in oaks and hardwoods which not only provides ample cover for the wildlife, but is also a tremendous food source as well. The property has had recent improvements to include two food plot locations, two stock ponds, and over two miles of trails. The property also boasts two pipeline clearings that also make good foot plot locations or glassing spots to catch the bucks roaming. These clearings also make excellent muzzleloader or rifle hunting locations. The cleared trails, ridge tops and wet weather creek bottoms make superb stand locations catching those deer meandering through the woods or heading to the food plots.The famed McAlester Army Ammunition Plant is located only 1.5 miles northeast of this property. The "Depot" is known for its trophy whitetail hunting due to the wildlife management and age structure of the whitetails on the property. Being such a short distance away from the depot, those genetics are sure to abound on this property.This property has tons of potential for harvesting big, mature whitetails due to its location on a dead section and terrain features. You don't want to miss your opportunity at this farm.Call Jacob Rice at (405) 229-6835 to schedule your private showing.- Banks blind and two 600# feeders included- Trail system, Food plots, multiple water sources, and lots of cover- 28 miles to McAlester- 115 miles to Tulsa- 116 miles to OKC- 162 miles to Dallas- Owner Agent
$78,000  •  120 acres
This 120-acre property is located along the Stevens/Morton County line. The property is currently in native grasses and is also enrolled in the Kansas Walk-In Hunting Access Program (WIHA). The walk-in hunting program can be canceled at any time. However, the seller states the program is paying approximately $12/ac for an approximate amount of $1,440/yr. Road access to the property is by Road 28 which lies along the western boundary. The seller also believes 100% of minerals are intact and will transfer with the sale of the property.- ROI through the Kansas WIHA Program- Minerals are believed to be 100% intact and will transfer with the property- 7 miles to Rolla- 15 miles to Hugoton
$160,000  •  45.7 acres
The Payne 45 is ideally located between Antlers and Clayton with Highway 2 road frontage. The 45.7+/- acre property consists of approximately 17 acres of grass pasture, a 3/4-acre pond, and the balance in timber.If you're looking for a potential homesite, additional grass or hay pasture, or a smaller recreational tract, then look no further, this property has it all.Call Jacob Rice (405) 229-6835 or Butch Hensley (405) 650-5579 today to schedule your private showing.- 17+/- acres of grass pasture- 3/4+/- acre pond- Road frontage on 4 sides- Beautiful panoramic views- 16 miles to Antlers- 20 miles to Clayton- 164 miles to McKinney
$650,000  •  120 acres
Triple B Ranch is a 120-acre high fence hunting preserve located in southeast Grady County. The seller is also including 50 whitetail bucks in the purchase that are housed away from the operation. Numerous bucks and does and soon to be fawns are currently located inside the structure as well as wild hogs. There are multiple water sources located throughout the property with tons of oak trees producing natural forage during the fall and winter months. The property also contains the main cabin and two other small sleeping cabins. The improvements contain a total of 4 bedrooms, 1 bathroom, a kitchen, and a living area. Call today and let's go take a look!
$176,000  •  160 acres
Here is a great recreational property with income potential. Located in eastern Pushmataha County, it is situated in a remote location with good road access - which can be hard to find in this area. A beautiful wet weather creek dissects the southwest corner of this tract. This property was logged in 2009 but has some great regrowth of pines and oaks as evidenced in the pictures. This land would provide some excellent hunting opportunities as well as some nice income in the future.Call today and let's go take a look.
$143,000  •  110 acres
If you are looking for a secluded hunting location with income potential, then this place is for you. Located on a ridge and covered with pines and oaks, this property is used as an animal highway as evidenced by the tracks and deer rubs shown and found.Call today and let's go take a look.
$360,000  •  203.22 acres
This northeast Coal County property is a hidden jewel. This is a fantastic farm for the investment minded buyer that will also provide superb recreational opportunities. The farm is split nearly 50% timber and 50% pasture. The pastures haven't been grazed or utilized for hay production in recent years and are at least knee high and providing exceptional wildlife habitat. Food plots could be strategically placed in these clearings and would draw deer and other wildlife from the large timber blocks that surround this property. Regarding the timber, the owner states that there are approximately 250 pecan trees of the Native variety along with a few walnut trees that call this property home. The pecans have not been managed for production in the past; however, with sound management practices, these trees could provide an excellent ROI as well as some excellent depreciation benefits. Muddy Boggy Creek meanders through the northeast corner of property and would provide wildlife water along with the four stock ponds located throughout property. Large elevation changes range from 660' to 800' and provide beautiful scenic view for miles. A 1,080 sqft brick home along with a 1,120 sqft mobile home also lie on the property and would make great hunting cabins. Water is supplied to the dwellings by the City of Coalgate. Don't miss your chance at this property! Call today to schedule your private showing!- Very lightly hunted in years past- Pecan trees could provide additional income and depreciation benefits- City water provided to the property- Excellent cover and habitat for wildlife- 22 miles to Coalgate- 115 miles to OKC- 122 miles to Tulsa- 162 miles to DallasButch Hensley - (405) 650-5579Jacob Rice - (405) 229-6835
$201,250  •  115 acres
The McIntosh 115 has fantastic access being located just one mile south of Hwy 9 and a half mile west of the Indian Nation Turnpike. The property has great cover and topography changes to hold wildlife. The farm also boasts approximately 30 acres of pasture that would make superb food plot areas to draw deer from miles away. A small pond is also located on the farm, giving wildlife everything they need. Two water wells, a hand-dug well and a conventionally drilled water well, are located on the property along with electricity resulting in a prime place to build a hunting cabin.Great accessWater and electricity available on the propertyMinutes from additional recreational opportunities at Lake EufaulaSurface rights only15 miles to Henryetta23 miles to Eufaula30 miles to McAlester66 miles to Tulsa104 miles to OKCCall Butch Hensley at (405) 650-5579 or Jacob Rice at (405) 229-6835 to set up your showing today.*For an interactive map of the property, please check out our website!*
Great Plains Land Company

Jacob Rice
861 E. 33rd St.
Edmond, OK 73013

Mobile: 405-229-6835