Raised in Dalhart, Texas, Zurick Labrier grew up working on the family ranch in New
Mexico. After graduating from Texas Tech, Zurick worked for Caprock Industries
for three years and then had a successful 15-year career selling feed for Purina Mills.
In 2004 he made the transition to the world of agriculture real estate. His natural tie
to farmers and ranchers and has helped Zurick to be successful in helping his clients
whether purchasing or selling real estate.
Zurick furthered his knowledge in the land brokerage business by achieving the
Accredited Land Consultant designation through the Realtors Land Institute. Zurick
specializes in farm and ranch transactions and has also developed many ties across the
country through Realtors® Land Institute. He has come to understand this helps him to
further serve his buyers and sellers with this affiliation.
When asked what he does for a living, Zurick Labrier’s response is that he is in the “people
relationship business”. Zurick strongly believes that this is the integral component of
helping his clients with their real estate needs. Each client has a different set of goals
and needs. Working through 1031 exchange scenarios, marketing strategies, auction
opportunities, or traditional listings can sometimes seem daunting. As well, being a
relationship driven person, Zurick is able to use his network of real estate professionals,
bankers, CPA’s and ties across the four state region of Texas, Oklahoma, Kansas and
Zurick resides in Guymon, Oklahoma with his wife Paula. He enjoys his family, the
outdoors, team roping and the continual learning curve of real estate transactions across
- Licenses – Oklahoma, Texas, and Kansas
- Realtors Land Institute
- Past President –Oklahoma RLI Chapter
Texas Information Brokerage Services:
$208,000 • 320 acres
North of Texhoma, Oklahoma is 320 acres of grass in two separate quarters. Both properties have paved access, mostly flat with a gentle roll. The land is located in a great agriculture area with close proximity to Guymon, Oklahoma, the panhandles trade center.
Thrasher Grass Land is a great opportunity to begin a small cattle operation or expand the one that you have started.
Driving north of Texhoma on Highway 95 approximately 15 miles is the first quarter of CRP ground on the east side of the road. The contract has one year left with a payment of $30/acre on 158.61 acres. Approximately six miles further north on the west side of the pavement is the second quarter. This property is in native grass. Both properties would be very adequate for cattle applications with some additional fencing and livestock water additions.
Texhoma, Oklahoma has a population of about 1,300 and is a thriving agriculture community. This area has a long history of cattle and grain production and is a great place to raise a family. Local banking, a livestock auction, schools, and other ag businesses provide added benefits for the owner of this property. As well, a short drive to Guymon brings you to the Panhandle’s major trade center. You will find more shopping, banking, movie theatres, parks, and medical care.
$273,700 • 460 acres
Located north of Texhoma, Oklahoma the 460-acre Hamby Grassland is a great place to get a start with a few cows or run yearlings in the summer. The property has great access a little over a mile off of pavement on a good caliche road.
Hamby Grassland is a great opportunity to own a piece of grass to help you get started in the cattle business or add to your existing operation.
The Hamby 460 acre parcel of grass is 12 miles northwest of Texhoma, Oklahoma. Located in west central Texas County, this area is great for a cattle operation. The availability of feedstuffs, livestock auctions, wheat pasture, and feedyards help to provide a producer with multiple options. Texhoma provides multiple agriculture related businesses as well as a great school system. Guymon, Oklahoma, population 12,000 is about a twenty-minute drive and is the hub of the Oklahoma Panhandle.
This property is fenced on the perimeter with four and six wire fencing. An 80-acre parcel will have some double strand hot wire. The grass is fenced into three pastures and has a windmill and a solar well both in working order.