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.
$785,000  •  30 acres
This 30-acre tract would make an excellent homesite. You can build your future home overlooking the nearly 4-acres of water on this property and have a few head of cows to watch as the sun sets while you are sitting and relaxing on the porch. This 30-acres is far enough out to have that country feel, but within minutes of all the amenities that El Reno, Yukon, and OKC have to offer. Also sitting on the property is an 80'x40' barn with a concrete floor. Just the right size to store your tools, tractor, vehicles, etc. To schedule your private viewing, please contact Jacob Rice at (405) 229-6835. 4+/- acre pond 80'x40' barn Utilities available 3.5 miles from I-40 11 miles to Yukon 12 miles to El Reno 12 miles to Mustang
$250,000  •  0.64 acres
This 3,200 sqft lodge sits in south-central Kansas in the small farming community of Atlanta. The house has been utilized as a hunting lodge and consists of 9 bedrooms, 4 bathrooms, kitchen, utility room, an upstairs sitting room, and a downstairs living room. This property also features a cleaning station with a walk-in cooler to keep your harvests cool. The pine walls accentuate the lodge feel and pair great with any wildlife mount. The metal siding on the lodge takes little maintenance and upkeep so you can focus on more important things. If you want to take a look at this beautiful lodge, don't hesitate to give Jacob Rice a call at (405) 229-6835 to schedule your private showing.
$4,998,000  •  4,760 acres
Property Overview: Located in the Ouachita Mountain Range near Eight Mile Mountain between Wilburton and Talihina lies the OKO Ranch. Consisting of 4,760+/- acres, this property is made up of pine and hardwood forest and is also home to big Whitetails, Eastern turkey, hogs, and big bears. The numerous springs, drainages, and creeks that run through this property also provide an excellent source of water for the wildlife during the hot dry months. This property also makes a great investment for future timber harvesting. Per a timber survey, approximately 80% of this property is considered operable to timber harvesting and a good return could be had with adequate timber prices and mature trees. Hunting: As evidenced in the harvest and trail cam photos, this property has produced some great wildlife. Being located in Latimer County, this is one of the few counties that has an open bear season. Some of the bigger bears that have been seen on this property are estimated to weigh between 600-650#. Color phase bears are often spotted as well. Numerous 170+" whitetails have been harvested off of this property with the largest being 202". Your hunting season could also continue with a spring and fall eastern turkey season and, of course, wild hogs are open season year-round. To attest to the hunting quality this property provides, two major outdoor shows are filmed on this property on a regular basis. Timber: A timber survey was completed in August 2011 and indicated that approximately 80% of the property was operable/harvestable. An update of the report was prepared in 2017 with that report estimating an Operable Merchantable Total of 25,520 tons of Sawtimber Pine and 1,537 of Sawtimber Hardwood while also producing an estimated 33,995 tons of Pulp Pine and 45,505 of Pulp Hardwood. The Pine Sawtimber volumes are estimated to have an annual growth rate of 6.33% while the pulpwood volumes are expected to have an annual growth rate of 2.91%. The Timber Growth Report can be provided upon request. Water: Numerous creeks and drainages traverse this property including Buffalo Creek, South Peachland Creek, Coopers Branch, and Bridge Set Creek. These water sources provide wildlife adequate water when they need it most. Elevation and Terrain: Elevations range from approximately 880' to 1,860'. The terrain is mountainous and rocky. Accessibility: For a ranch of this size, this property has very good access to the majority of the property. Numerous roads have been cut providing easy driving for an ATV or UTV. Rainfall: This area averages approximately 51" of rainfall annually. **Seller may divide into 2,360-acre, 1,120-acre, and 1,280-acre tracts.** Location: 10 miles to Talihina 19 miles to Wilburton 146 miles to Tulsa 179 miles to OKC 210 miles to Dallas *The 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. The 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.
$1,000,000  •  400 acres
The Spring Creek 400 is conveniently located approximately 20 west-northwest of Coffeyville in Montgomery County, Kansas. The farm has had very little hunting pressure, especially in the last several years. This has allowed the property to become a safe haven for the wildlife while additionally allowing the younger bucks to reach maturity. The large agriculture fields that adjoin this property also provide great bedding areas as the corn grows and reaches maturity. The 400-acres on this ranch consists of approximately 100-acres of tillable, 156-acres of native grass, 24-acres of CRP, and 150-acres of timber/creek bottom. In the past, the owner has cut and baled 60-80-acres of native grass. However, the balance remains untouched and is nearly waist high and makes for great bedding areas. The area that has been baled could also be left untouched providing even greater habitat. Also hidden in pockets of the native grass are two food plots that are currently planted in clover. The tillable acreage is currently planted in corn and is cash leased at $65/acre. The 24-acres of CRP expire September 30, 2021, and could potentially be re-enrolled; thus increasing your return. The mature walnut trees that line Spring Creek could also be harvested to recapture some expense while leaving the smaller trees to grow and be harvested at a later date. The property boasts just over 2-miles of Spring Creek frontage. There are several other small feeder drainages that empty into the creek that traverses through the property. Two ponds can also be found - one on the north end of the farm with the other on the south end. As seen in the pictures, this farm and area has some very unique non-typical genetics and has produced some incredible whitetails. Additional pictures can be provided to qualified buyers. If you're looking for a place to build a cabin or homestead, there are two rural water meters as well as electricity available at the road. This property literally has it all. If you're looking for a property that has the genetics and potential to produce big whitetails, then this is a property for you. Call Jacob Rice at (405) 229-6835 to schedule your private showing today! - 2-miles of Spring Creek - Multiple income revenues - tillable, grass hay, walnut timber harvest potential - Great genetics - Average annual rainfall of 43" - All of the owned mineral interests to convey to the buyer - believed to be approx. 85-acres - Utilities available - 2 rural water meters and electricity at the road - 13 miles to Coffeyville, KS - 74 miles to Tulsa, OK - 78 miles to Joplin, MO - 121 miles to Wichita
$2,120,000  •  800 acres
If you're looking for a hunting ranch to grow top-end whitetails, this property is it. Located in southeastern Coal county, this ranch is bordered on the west by Muddy Boggy Creek and is covered with habitat mainly consisting of oak and pecan trees. The live creek and 4 ponds located on this tract also provide ample water to the wildlife. Access to the ranch is hard to beat with access directly off of State Highway 43. Numerous trails and roads are already established through the ranch providing easy accessibility throughout various parts of the property. 119 miles to OKC 127 miles to Tulsa 143 miles to Dallas
$140,000  •  160 acres
160+/- acres of Stevens County, Kansas CRP. The current CRP contract expires in September 2021 which would allow the new buyer to either re-enroll or to break out and farm to take advantage of these higher commodity prices. There is electricity located on the north boundary of the property. County road frontage on the north and west sides of the farm. There are numerous pivots around this property, so there is potential for irrigation development. Call Jacob Rice today at (405) 229-6835 and let's strike a deal!
$3,615,000  •  1,446 acres
Located in Unit 15 of South-Central Kansas is 1,446+/- acres of prime whitetail habitat. This property is situated with 2 miles of Bluff Creek running through the heart of the property. Boasting approximately 575-acres of grass and cover and the remaining balance of 871-acres of tillable, this property has everything you need to not only grow but to hold those big mature whitetails. The property has most recently been used for livestock and crop production. By eliminating the livestock, grass, and wildlife habitat would excel which in turn would equate to a greater carrying capacity on the farm. The different tillable fields along the edges of the creek would create a unique opportunity to plant a different crop in each field to provide the maximum benefit to the wildlife while also providing year-round investment income. Excellent stand locations can be found all over the property. From the heavier cover of the creek bottom to the brushy, timbered fingers that feed the creek, these travel corridors would make superb ambush locations. The two homestead locations on the farm would provide excellent living quarters and would also make great hunting accommodations for the outfitter looking to run a hunting operation. There are several outbuildings that would provide great cover for your farm equipment, ATVs/UTVs, and farm vehicles. There are numerous water well locations also located on the property. These 6 wells produce approximately 50 gallons/minute with the exception of one of the wells which produce about 3-5 gallons/minute. A great benefit of the multiple water well locations on the farm is the water lines the seller has run to different areas of the farm. There are several water hydrants located in numerous locations throughout the property and miles of water lines ran to these locations. These hydrants can be used to water livestock and wildlife throughout times of drought to keep this a premier property. Rural water is available to some areas of the property. For livestock and wildlife water, there is the famous Bluff Creek and its numerous fingers as well as 6 other stock ponds. These ponds would also make for great waterfowl hunting. If you're looking to hunt Rios, roosters, ducks, and giant whitetail, in an area of Kansas that is well known for superb hunting as well as a property that is going to produce income, then this is a property to take a look at - you won't be disappointed! To schedule your private showing, please contact Jacob Rice at (405) 229-6835. - 2 miles of Bluff Creek - Unit 15, Kansas - Approximately 575-acres of grass and cover and 871-acres of tillable. - Numerous water features - Bluff Creek, 6 ponds, several fingers and draws. - The property is completely fenced and cross fenced - 2 houses, 6 water wells, rural water availability, numerous outbuildings - 4.5 miles to Anthony - 66 miles to Wichita - 159 miles to OKC - 173 miles to Tulsa
$600,000  •  130 acres
ATTENTION hunters and investors!!! Are you looking for a fantastic property that is within an hour of OKC that provides great deer hunting and also produces a return on your investment? Well, look no further. This 130-acre tract located north of Rush Springs provides both! The two wind turbines on the property currently produce an annual income of approximately $17,000.00. The wind turbines are on a 30-year lease and are currently in year 5 leaving 25-years remaining. The contract calls for an increase in the production payment to the owner in year 11 and again in year 21 making this an even better investment opportunity. The land consists of 130-acres and has been improved for wildlife habitat. In 2007, the current owner worked with the forestry department to hand-plant approximately 7 different varieties of trees that numbered in the thousands. The trees consist of loblolly pine, Osage orange, burr oak, Shumard oak, green ash, American plum, and sycamore. The tree varieties were solely selected to improve wildlife habitat. To improve the property even further, there is currently a firebreak around the full boundary. The firebreak will not only protect the property from potential fire threats but also makes a unique travel area around the farm. There are also several other trails and food plot locations established on the interior of the property. If you're wanting a hunting cabin, electricity and water are also available on the property! Properties that provide a consistent annual return on investment and have shown the ability to produce and harvest great whitetail deer don't come along very often. Especially within an hour of OKC. Don't miss your chance to own this farm! Give Jacob Rice a call at (405) 229-6835 and let's go take a look! - Wind turbine income-generating approximately $17,000.00 annually - Water and electricity available - Fully fenced - Located at the end of a dead-end road - 1 hour to OKC
$2,950,000  •  2,360 acres
Located northwest of Talihina near the Winding Stair Mountain is 2,360 acres of pine and hardwoods that is loaded with wildlife. Big bucks, big bears, eastern turkeys, and wild hogs along with many other small game animals call this place home. Many miles of trails and roads traverse this property which allows access to nearly all portions of the ranch. Buffalo Creek runs clear, blue water through the heart of the property and provides an excellent water source for the wildlife and is an excellent natural attractant during the hot dry months. Several 170+" deer have been harvested off of the property with the largest being 202". Also, two major outdoor shows have been filmed on this property on a regular basis. This tract also boasts future income potential through timber harvesting. Additional land is also available. - 51" of average annual precipitation - Buffalo Creek runs through the property - Numerous established trail roads - Numerous established stand and bait sites - Additional acreage available - 10 miles to Talihina - 80 miles to Ft. Smith - 146 miles to Tulsa - 189 miles to OKC - 210 miles to Dallas The 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, if applicable, must be identified on the first contact with the Broker and must accompany the buyer at the initial showing to receive full fee participation. Otherwise, the fee participation will be at the sole discretion of Great Plains Land Company.
$1,064,000  •  26.6 acres
This property provides great access to OKC, Mustang, and Will Rogers World Airport. If you're looking for a smaller acreage for a housing development or a little space to build your own home but close to all the amenities take a look at this one! Great paved road frontage Utilities at road Easy access to OKC, Mustang, and airport
$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 Dallas The 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.
$650,000  •  120 acres
Triple B Ranch is a 120-acre high fencehunting preserve located in southeast Grady County. Numerous bucks and does and soon-to-be fawns are currently located inside thestructure as well as wild hogs. There are multiple water sources locatedthroughout the property with tons of oak trees producing natural forage duringthe fall and winter months. The property also contains the main cabin and twoother small sleeping cabins. The improvements contain a total of 4 bedrooms, 1bathroom, a kitchen, and a living area. Call today and let's go take a look! When purchasing a property listed by Great Plains Land Company, a Buyer's Broker, if applicable, must be identified on first contact and must be present at the initial showing of the property in order to participate in a real estate commission. If these conditions are not met, compensation, if any, will be at the sole discretion of Great Plains Land Company.
Great Plains Land Company

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

Mobile: 405-229-6835