The Meridian Ranch is a recreational paradise located in central Bosque County. The topography is truly unique with rock cliffs and bluffs that create a very scenic retreat. The privacy of the ranch and surrounding properties have a very positive impact on wildlife numbers in this area with the potential for high fencing.
Wildlife: Deer and turkey hunting are excellent with also plenty of opportunities to chase hogs, ducks, dove, and do some fishing. The ranch has been improved with new fencing on the North and South, cedar mulching in strategic locations, and a carefully designed road system that has been recently dozed to enhance the interest of the ranch.
Land: 200' of elevation change in multiple areas on the property with some portions containing rock cliffs and bluffs. The ranch is approximately 80% wooded and most of the open meadows make desirable wildlife food plots. 3 deep wooded draws composed of Oak and Juniper add excellent scenic views throughout this ranch. There is also Mesquite and stretches of native pasture. Eckrant association is the main composition of soils including clay that can be used for grazing, woodland, or wildlife food and cover with proper management.
Water: Dyes Branch creek begins on the southern side and continues for over 1 mile through the property and includes a series of waterfalls . The elevation and amount of drainage offer at least two good lake sites. Water well depths in this area are approximately 750' to 950' and can produce 16-20 GPM. There is good ground water under this ranch and the immediate area from the Trinity formation.
Location: The ranch is located in central Bosque County, 3 miles South of Meridian. It is 1.5 hours from Dallas, less than one hour from Waco, and less than 4 hours from Houston. The property is accessed from the West off of County Road 1035.
Minerals: Some minerals will convey with an acceptable contract. There is no production on this ranch.
Ranch is shown by appointment only.