Welcome to Flowers Ranch! This ±5534 acre ranch is a rare find that offers so much for ranchers and hunters. The headquarters includes two houses on the property, both of which are in great condition, along with multiple barns and shops and tons of trees. The ranch is cross fenced into 10 separate pastures with a set of working/shipping pens centrally located, west of the headquarters. The rugged terrain and abundant water sources drawl in a wide variety of wildlife such as aoudad sheep, deer, quail, bobcat, along with a stocked fishing pond. Across the ranch you will also find well maintained roads for convenient access to all pastures. The ranch is located between Miami and Canadian, making it a great spot for those who want to enjoy the peace and quiet. Don’t miss your chance to own this amazing property – call today to schedule a showing! Location: Flowers Ranch is found in the upper east corner of the Texas Panhandle. It is approximately 12 miles southwest of Canadian and approximately 10 miles from Miami. Amarillo is approximately an 1.5 hour drive southwest, about 90 miles. Water: The ranch has an ample water supply with 6 windmills and 7 solar pumps that provide water to the property. A brand new well feeds water to the fishing pond on the northwest corner of the ranch. Together there are 13 water wells. Additional water supply is provided by seasonal creeks that run throughout the elevation changes. There are also many areas that hold small ponds. Hunting: There is plenty of hunting opportunity on the ranch. The current owners have hunted during the seasons and have seen a good population of large aoudad sheep, white tail deer and mule deer. Other wildlife can also be found throughout the property. Flowers Ranch has not been commercially hunted. History: Flowers Ranch has been a family owned and operated ranch for years. They have ran a cow/calf operation and also ran yearlings on the ranch. Improvements: Flowers Ranch is a well established and managed ranch. Five strand barbed wire cross fencing divide the ±5,534.35 acres. The main house on the ranch is fenced with 7 strand barbed wire to keep out wildlife. Along with the main house, there is an additional house that has been used for ranch employees. The main set of pipe shipping pens is centrally located west of the headquarters, and provides above ground, digital scales. There are also cattle guards at the entrances/exits for each pasture, along with cake houses in each pasture to make feeding in winter months more convenient. There are 4 finished barns at the headquarters, numerous water storage tanks and 13 water wells dispersed across the property. You will find maintained oil and gas roads that provide smooth and convenient access to all pastures. Minerals: Mineral rights will not convey with the property. The water rights are not owned and will not convey. Landscape: The property consists of rolling terrain that boasts elevation changes. The soils here within are listed with accompanying percentages for area of interest totaling 100%: Texroy loam (TpB) 26.7%; Veal fine sandy loam (MaD) 20.9%; Texroy loam (TpA) 17.8%; Veal fine sandy loam (MaB) 16.0%; Miles fine sandy loam (MfB) 12.5%; Veal fine sandy loam (MaC) 6.1%. Please see Soil Report for more details. Exclusions: There are a few exclusions that the sellers have chosen to keep. These include the iron artwork over the gates, portable arena, overhead cake bin, steel feed bunks, and a generator. There is a salt water disposal well located in Section 6 that the owner is retaining ownership of. Zoning/Easements: The property is outside of any municipality, therefore it is not zoned. There are no known easements that would affect operation of the land. It is anticipated all existing easements will be identified by surveyors and title work. Estimated Taxes: Taxes with exemptions: $3,899.147 Taxes without exemptions: $12,940.96 *This is an estimated taxes for 2022. Potential buyers will be responsible for verifying the taxes with any potential exemptions. Water Conservation District: The property lies within the Panhandle Groundwater Conservation District. Click the link to find out more information. Area: Flowers Ranch is located on along the eastern half of Roberts County. The property lies in between the towns of Miami and Canadian. Access: Maintained caliche roads provide exceptional access to Flowers Ranch. Quarter Horse Road runs through the middle of the ranch passes through the ranch, which gives access from both directions and brings you to the main house. Another road, South Camp Road, passes through the north boundary line. Directions: From Miami: Head northwest in S Main St. off of E Commercial St. Continue onto FM 283/Ranch Rd 282 for about 4 miles then turn north onto Quarter Horse Road. Continue on Quarter Horse Road for 10.5 miles to the headquarters.