Kelly Hurt


Kelly Hurt founded the Land Doctors in 2015 to achieve his vision of an integrated farm and ranch company that could offer clients exceptional land brokerage as well as construction and management services. The Land Doctors team has quickly grown to include four sales agents and a partner who handles home and barn construction services. The Land Doctors work across the entire state of Oklahoma but focus on an area east of I-35, West of Highway 75 and South of the Turner Turnpike. We think you will see the passion that we have for the natural beauty that the Sooner State has to offer.
$6,000,000  •  2,150 acres
The very best properties hardly ever come up for sale. Fortunate families find a great place, recognize it for what it is and then hang onto it forever. In the 1950s, the late Jack Coppedge started assembling a highly productive and beautiful farm along the banks of the South Canadian River just south of Holdenville, OK. By 1963, he moved his young family onto the farm and since that time, the Coppedge River Farm has seen multiple generations of the family work and enjoy the land. Its not hard to see why the family fell in love with the place. The interface of beautiful hill ground and productive river bottoms yields dramatic views that stop you in your tracks. A blanket of oak forest on the slopes gives way to the green of wheat in the fields, open pasture curves in and around the forest and water flows everywhere. Trophy whitetails and wild turkeys live in the ribbon of forest that follows along the curve of the river. Giant bass lurk in the shaded depths of a clear water lake before breaking the surface of the shallows chasing minnows. It is a country boy’s dream of freshly plowed ground, content cattle grazing on green slopes and wildlife on display. It is easy to see why they kept it 60 years. Specifically, the Coppedge River Farm offers 2150 acres of land and 1449 acre-feet/year of groundwater rights for irrigating the crops. Class I soils grace 620 acres of the farm, while Class II soils blanket another 40 open acres of it. The farm has two center pivots and other areas are irrigated with older style wheel roll irrigation equipment, while water is supplied from high capacity wells completed in the shallow river alluvium. At the time of filming, 200 acres had been plowed with 60 acres of winter wheat already growing under one of the center pivots. Another 500 acres of hay meadows had been or were in the process of being cut and baled. Another 100 acres of Class II soils are heavily wooded and serve as a protective forest buffer between the erosional forces of the river and the rich farmland. The balance of the ranch is composed of hill pastures for cattle and wooded hillsides full of wildlife. The combination of pasture, hay meadows, and irrigated cropland make this farm ideal for an intensive cattle operation. In addition to the wells, water resources are abundant on the ranch. Three miles of frontage on the South Canadian River. 1.5 miles of Cindy Creek that includes a beautiful waterfall, a magnificent 10 acre lake, and various small ponds adorn the farm. The lake is particularly beautiful. According to older topo maps created before the lake was built, the lake should be 20 to 30 feet deep in the two channels that feed it. The southern arm of the lake extends into an old box canyon that is embedded into the side of the hill and should have nice drop-offs. The northern arm has a gentler slope and should have good flats for fishing during the spawn. This is the family’s favorite fishing spot that has been yielding trophy bass for years. Lastly, the river provides some great catfishing and sand bass action during the spring spawning runs. The deer hunting on the farm is outstanding as the wildlife also benefit from its productivity. The river itself is a natural corridor for the movement of wildlife and the thick timber along its edge provides an ideal sanctuary for deer. The large size of the farm and its neighboring properties means that there is very little hunting pressure in this area. The presence of winter forage crops and oak forest means that there is an abundant supply of green forage and acorns to sustain all types of wildlife. Deer, turkey, hogs, waterfowl, varmits and small game can all be hunted on the property. In addition to real estate, the Land Doctors also offer construction services. We can see multiple homesite where your dream home could be built safely overlooking the river bottom from the edge of 50 foot tall hillside above. Having built beautiful homes on other ranches, we have some great ideas in mind for this one. The farm is just waiting for your family to steward it for the next 60 years like the Coppedge’s have for the previous 60. Don’t miss this opportunity to acquire an exclusive property packed with great natural resources capable of providing your family decades of productivity and fun.
$1,659,600  •  920 acres
Long Range Ranch is a 920-acre property located on a paved county road just six miles northeast of Ada, OK, 90 miles from Oklahoma City, 120 miles from Tulsa and 150 miles from Dallas, TX. Oil production on a recreational ranch is not ideal in some respects but there are some benefits that come with it. One benefit is the network of trails and pipelines that cut through the dense oak forest to give you reliable access to the entire ranch that you wouldn’t otherwise have. Specifically, this ranch offers impressive views as you look down the pipelines that traverse the 220 feet of elevation change from the ridgetops to the creek bottom. Given that the ranch has dense cover, plentiful food and water sources, long straight pipelines and great deer genetics, the first thing that we imagined was long range shooting. One pipeline offers a 1300-yard shot that might be stretched to 1500 yards with the removal of a few trees, and multiple potential stand locations could be set up for 500 to 700-yard shots. Shooting distances of 20 to 300 yards are everywhere you look. Best of all, these shots can be attempted safely given that they have a large ridge as a backstop. Being able to see and shoot a long way isn’t much fun unless you have a good population of deer, hogs and coyotes for targets. Eastern Pontotoc County is a nationally recognized hot spot for trophy non-typical whitetail bucks. Multiple 200 inch plus deer have been taken in this area in the last three years, notably, one area hunter killed two 200 inch plus bucks in 8 days from the same tree stand. Excellent bucks have been caught on the seller’s trail cameras and we will be working hard to run more cameras before the bucks shed their antlers this year. If you like shooting wild hogs, just make a corn pile in the creek bottom and do your part to help control their population. Flocks of turkeys roam the creek bottom, roosting in the massive hardwoods that extend out over Muddy Boggy Creek. In addition, there is a 1-acre low spot next to the creek with a thick growth of perennial smartweed that looks ideal for an engineered wetland for duck hunting. Speaking of the creek, the ranch has about 2.5 miles of this beautiful sandstone rock lined creek. It’s the kind of creek that makes you want to be a kid again and just explore it all day long looking for petrified wood and arrowheads. In addition, there is a 2-acre lake, a 1-acre lake shared with a neighbor and 3 small ponds to fish during the warm months. The 1-acre lake has a fishing dock and the remnants of a zip line going across the lake as well as a large fire pit and small grill. It appears that this was a family campsite at some point in the past. Open meadows run alongside the creek and in areas where the creeks twist and turn, they would be ideal for secluded food plots. In addition, there are many quiet openings and short pipelines that run through the woods that would be great for feeders. Given the number of hunting cabins and lodges that we are now building on ranches, we can easily see some really nice spots to build your ultimate getaway spot for friends and family. If you love trail riding, managing wildlife, playing in creeks with your kids and grandkids, fishing, swimming and being able to see and maybe shoot a really long way, then you need to come visit Long Range Ranch.
$1,500,000  •  589 acres
Lost Cabin Ranch is a 589 acre ranch located just 1.5 miles northwest of Boswell, OK, and 120 miles from Dallas. Surrounded by roads on all four sides, one of which is a paved county road, this ranch takes up almost an entire section. In fact, the current owner has been leasing another 50 acres in the section and he believes it could be purchased along with Lost Cabin Ranch. That only leaves a 1 acre out that isn’t currently being used. Wouldn’t it be nice to have roads as barriers between your land and all your neighbors? Just from a wildlife management standpoint, it would be a great advantage to have a one-mile square area as a sanctuary. When you first enter the property, you get a sense of its faded glory. The old homestead is battered but still standing surrounded by giant oak trees. The old cistern is still in the corner of the yard, a garage and storm shelter to the rear. Wander just a little bit in the woods and you will find the front cap of a Model T or an old crosscut saw blade that may have been used to build the two log cabin structures that are clinging to existence. An old windmill peers out from the top of a grown oak tree. An old wagon trail is still visible on the ranch. From the aerial you can see numerous cross fences that once divided the ranch into functional grazing units, each with its own pond to water the livestock. A quick look at the soil map and almost the entire ranch lights up with fertile soil types. You get a real sense that this might have been a showplace farm 50 years ago. Lost Cabin Ranch could still be saved as a cattle ranch, but some quick intervention will be needed to combat the brush and improve the fences. However, if you are looking for a hunting property with lots of ponds to fish, then very little is needed. Now that the forest has started to reclaim the pastures, you see a beautiful mixture of transitional tree species intermixed with tall prairie grasses. This dynamic yields great woodland/prairie interfaces that deer and turkey flourish in. The wooded areas are full of mature hardwood species, primarily oaks, while the transitional areas are brushing up with persimmons, green briar, honeysuckle and elms. The combination of the two gives the animals an abundance of food sources throughout the year. Alternative patches of timber and open meadows create ideal locations for establishing food plots and protein feeders. Here are a few pictures of the quality whitetails that have been taken in the current state. Imagine what could be achieved with your management of the property? Lastly, the old farm house is still serviceable as a hunting cabin and could be used as a landing spot for you, your family and friends until you get the property fixed up exactly like you want it. There are lots of great places to build your new cabin if you decide to leave the old house behind or remove it from the property. Lost Cabin Ranch is the ideal spot for someone looking for great natural features for wildlife, at a reasonable driving distance from Dallas, with some basic improvements already in place to see you through until you can build your dream cabin and barn. There is a lot of history on Lost Cabin Ranch and it is waiting for the next steward owner to add the next chapter. If you would like to learn more about the ranch or schedule a showing please contact Kelly Hurt.
$1,000,000  •  470 acres
Clear Lakes Ranch measures 470 acres and is located just southeast of Holdenville, OK, 90 miles from OKC and Tulsa and 190 miles from Dallas. The property has county road frontage on the southwest corner and along the eastern boundary. As the name implies, the main feature of the property are two clear water lakes; one is 9 acres and the other 4 acres in size. These two bodies of water have all the qualities that one looks for in a great fishing lake. Both have beautiful water and an irregular shoreline that includes coves, points, drop-offs and flats. Both have expansive stump fields and deep channels that connect to a large open pool of water near the dams. When you look at them, you just naturally think about bass and crappie fishing. The land itself is a great mixture of approximately half wooded and half open pasture. The ranch is covered with a blanket of oak trees on the hills and a scattering of large pecans in the bottoms near the open pasture areas. The high point of the ranch sits 100 feet above the lower lake and would be a great building site for someone who wanted to clear a few trees to improve the view of the lakes below. During filming, we saw plenty of deer sign and even spotted a quality buck running through an open meadow. Cindy Creek flows through this L shaped property, maintaining the water levels in the lakes and roughly splitting the ranch in half. With a large forested hill on the west side of the creek and a nice pastured flat on the east side, the ranch has a great diversity of elevations, slopes and settings. In addition, the open pasture has a thick growth of Bermuda grass that would support a nice sized herd of cattle. With that being said, the most exciting part of this ranch is the opportunity for hunting and fishing. Hughes County is known for its trophy deer hunting and this property fits the mold of the ideal creek bottom hunting situation that is so prevalent in the area. Wooded slopes and hills provide cover and acorns in the fall and winter while the creek bottoms provide browse and a pathway down to the South Canadian River Bottom located a little over 2 miles to the south. Couple that with two great looking lakes and we think this could be a recreational paradise for your family. The Land Doctors build structures on ranches that we sell and we can see plenty of great places to build a cabin, lodge, barndominium or house on this ranch. The presence of the two lakes and the ideal hunting conditions make this property a year round favorite for the people you care about. If you are looking for an awesome place to hunt, fish, and entertain friends and family, please give us a call to set up a showing.
$850,000  •  20 acres
The Lightning C Arena is a family owned and operated business and facility positioned on 20 acres MOL just East of McAlester, Oklahoma. The facility sits approximately .2 miles North of US-270 and is located 6 miles southeast of downtown McAlester, OK, 139 miles from Oklahoma City, OK, and 180 miles from Dallas, TX. Lightning C Arena is a unique business and investment opportunity for those with a passion for livestock and equine or those interested in event hosting. While the potential and opportunities are vast, the current income generated from the facility is derived from the following: proceeds from concessions, entry and gate fees, arena rental, equine treadmill appointments and training, stall rental, and RV hookups. The current owners of Lightning C Arena have hosted and/or offered a variety of attractions and events such as team roping, barrel racing, calf roping, steer wrestling, bull riding, bareback bronc riding, mutton bustin, a circus, and even monster trucks. In recent years, the current owners have expanded the Arenas reach and audience. This past May, Lightning C Arena hosted the Monster Truck Summer Heat Tour to great pomp and fanfare. The main building, which is approximately 66,000 square feet, is primarily used for equine and livestock productions. It is a pre-engineered steel frame structure with a concrete pier foundation and enameled steel roof and sidewalls. The southern end is partially opened to provide ventilation for the facility. This structure has a septic system and is serviced by rural water and includes a 600 square foot, fully functioning concession stand, a generously sized, enclosed, and climate controlled announcers stand, patron seating for hundreds of people, and public restrooms. It also offers a well designed tack room with swinging wall, five (5) bucking chutes, back pens for livestock holding, and a WW stripping chute near the warm up area. For its barrel-racing events, the facility utilizes a laser system for accurate timing and scoring. One of the other more unique features of the arena is the equine treadmill system by the Hydro Horse Company. These systems are designed to aid equine in rehabilitation training and/or strength and conditioning. South of the main arena, on the southern portion of the property are two partially covered structures. These buildings provide 76 covered stalls for the property and are approximately 12,000 square feet in size. There are 29 electric RV hookups servicing the arena for short-term rentals, with no septic service. The current owner has been approached in the past about expanding and increasing the capacity and capability of the RV portion of the arena to serve a wider audience of customers. A potential buyer would need to evaluate the feasibility of such a project but the propertys size would lend itself well to a potential expansion of this part of the business. The owners quarters are particularly spectacular and impressive. It is a two level home, with central heat and air, featuring an open floor plan on the main level. The main level of the home has a sizable, fully furnished kitchen with oversized island. The master bedroom is just off the living room and includes a uniquely designed and well-constructed bathroom. The second level has a general bathroom with shower, along with three large bedrooms. One of the bedrooms also includes a full bathroom. Lightning C Arenas general location and proximity to U.S. Route 69, U.S. Route 75, and Interstate 40 provide it with an ideal location for drawing a variety of patrons and customers from a vast area. The opportunity for a potential buyer to come into a well-established, well-known, and well-respected business is something that can be difficult to emulate and create organically, but with Lightning C Arena, that is what you get.
$900,000  •  20 acres
An ideal cabin in the perfect spot overlooking Mountain Fork River and the mountains of McCurtain County, OK. Private access to the river plus tons of hunting and trail riding access nearby.
$1,400,000  •  415 acres
A turnkey cattle ranch with great fences, working facilities, shop, barns and three houses ready for cattle today.
$1,658,400  •  691 acres
Diverse ranch located on quiet paved road in a nice neighborhood of larger ranches.
$1,900,000  •  760 acres
Turnkey recreational paradise managed by steward owners. Has basic living quarters for immediate use and multiple great building locations for your ideal hunting lodge, cabin or home.
$1,375,000  •  312 acres
Rural living in Oklahoma City
$2,172,200  •  1,195 acres
A combination of three adjacent ranch listings that provides a host of desirable features including river access, lakes, beautiful creeks, elevation changes and mature oak forest.
$5,850,000  •  905 acres
Amazing waterfalls, crystal clear springwater, senior water rights, over 1100 mature pecan trees, Augusta pretty meadows and pastures, and sensible improvements.
The Land Doctors

Kelly Hurt
29848 County Road 1480
Allen, OK 74825

Office: (580) 421-7512
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