$280,000   •   80 Acres

Goose Pond Farm is an 80-acre property located just south of Dustin, OK, 90 minutes from both OKC and Tulsa and about 3 hours from Dallas. This farm is easy to access from the Indian Nation Turnpike with only ½ mile of unpaved roads to drive as you travel south from Highway 9. In addition, it is only 30 minutes from all the fun and fishing that Lake Eufaula has to offer. The property features fertile soils, with 100 percent being either Class 2 or 3. In addition, approximately 60 acres are open with the southern portion of the property featuring a hay meadow that has curving wildlife habitat islands incorporated into it. This is something we haven’t seen before but immediately liked it. These “islands” look like ideal bedding areas for wildlife that allow them to utilize the hay meadow in ways that they wouldn’t if it were completely cleared. Over the years, we’ve seen whitetails bed down in quiet little thickets like these on many occasions. If the hay meadow was planted with cool season forages like turnips, then we could imagine this being an ideal spot that offered bedding and food. In addition, by placing a tower blind in just the right spot, you would be able to see down into the open fingers that extend into the bedding areas. Its not hard to imagine a nice buck holding up in one of these islands and sneaking out to forage at the ends of one of these openings. In fact, the owner put out a trail camera on a small pile of corn and easily got photos of decent young bucks. Roughly 20 acres of woods run north to south along the western boundary of the property along a small creek. The combination of the hay meadow, habitat islands, wooded creek bottom have all the hallmarks of a great hunting spot. Alternatively, livestock could be run on the southern part of the ranch once the eastern fence is improved. Hay has been routinely cut in the open meadows and we’d estimate that you could run about ten pairs on the farm. There are four ponds with three of them being between ½ and 1 acre in size. The fourth pond is smaller but would offer a very nice building spot once it is cleaned out. Its location near the utilities that were run to the old homestead would make it economical to develop as a secluded homesite. We cast a few times and caught bass out of one of the ponds and assume that they were all functioning fisheries. The name of the farm is taken from the nesting pair of geese on the larger pond, and we expect the full contingent of small game native to this part of Oklahoma will be present also. Goose Pond Farm is one to consider for those looking for an affordable 80-acre property with utilities, good access, ponds, creek and hay meadow with options to build a home, farm, fish, ranch and/or hunt. If you are in the market for this type of property, please call Cade Scott at 580 326 1552 or email him at Cade@


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The Land Doctors
The Land Doctors
Kelly Hurt
Kelly Hurt

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