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Contact for Price  •  3,612 acres
3,612 ± Acres Gated entrance on HWY 35 Frio River and both sides of Leona River frontage 2BR/2.5BA main house Guest house Numerous barns, shops and cattle improvements 2 lakes and several ponds 2 irrigation pivots covering 220± acres 1,600± acres high fenced with managed native deer
Contact for Price  •  1,170 acres
1170 ± Acres Frontage on HWY 35 Frio River and Leona River Frontage High-fenced & cross-fenced Improved Coastal Bermuda pastures Huge Live Oaks 2 Ponds Future irrigation potential Electricity
Contact for Price  •  1,132 acres
The 1,132 acre high fenced Big Hollow Creek Ranch is located just 12 miles west of Dilley, Texas. The ranch amenities include 4,000 sq. ft. Lodge, ranch house, 4 wells, deer pens, and 4 earthen stock tanks. The ranch is currently enrolled in the TPWD, MLDP program. Wildlife includes White-tailed Deer, turkey, feral hogs, and Axis Deer.
Contact for Price  •  915 acres
915 acres located in Frio County just minutes from Pearsall, Texas. This property is an outdoorsman’s paradise with over 1 mile of Frio River frontage. Improvements include an excellent road system and two water wells. The ranch offers both native brush and giant hardwoods along the banks of the Frio River. The fencing is in good shape and the pasture has been enhanced with 7 brush strips adding forage for both wildlife and livestock. Wildlife abounds on this property offering excellent hunting opportunities.
Contact for Price  •  735 acres
Under Contract
735 ± Acres 13± miles from Dilley Frontage on CR 4899 6BR/3BA/1HB house High fenced with dense brush Game processing area with walk-in cooler 3 electric wells, water lines, & 4 ponds 7.15± acre DMP pen Improved Whitetail genetics
$3,206,759  •  721 acres
Yellow Gates Ranch, 5 miles WSW of Charlotte and straddling the Atascosa/Frio County line, has been stewarded for decades to promote healthy wildlife populations and sustainable grazing practices. Yellow Gates Ranch is a unique opportunity for a ranch buyer looking for excellent and diverse wildlife habitat, fantastic soils, groundwater availability, high fenced perimeter and native wildlife; all within a quick one hour or so drive from San Antonio. Topography, rangeland & habitat: The ranch exhibits high quality, diverse south Texas brush and habitat including massive bull mesquite, some live oaks, several good drainages and fantastic grasses throughout. The ranch has predominantly fine sandy loam soils. Wildlife: The ranch is home to populations of native white-tailed deer, some turkey, quail, dove, hogs, and other species. In addition, the ranch enjoys migratory waterfowl on the small lake along with songbirds during migration periods. This part of Atascosa and Frio Counties is known for the high quality of its deer and wildlife populations. The wildlife (deer focused) management plan includes some year-round supplemental feeding of both corn and protein, predator control, allowing for higher quality bucks to mature (trying to harvest trophy deer in the 5.5-6.5-year-old range), setting harvest objectives to achieve desired sex ratios and keeping records. The deer herd is considered native although a couple of does were released many years in the past. Agriculture: The grazing regimen is structured to complement the wildlife management goals by stocking only during portions of the year and as conditions warrant. Improvements: Other than the high fenced perimeter, road system, water wells and existing utilities (including some 3 phase), the ranch is unimproved. Water: The ranch is watered by three wells (one windmill, one solar and one electric submersible) in addition to wet weather creeks that hold water after adequate rainfall. The solar operated well supplements a pond that offers some great fishing. Minerals: Surface only being offered for sale. There are some older oil & gas related sites on the Property. Other: Personal Property: Deer blinds, feeders, travel trailer, container and livestock are owned by the lessees and do not convey. Easements: Electrical and pipeline right-of-way easements.
$2,249,000  •  502.16 acres
Fine South Texas Hunting, Livestock and Recreation Ranch. Ag Use Tax Exemption Status. Income Producing.
Contact for Price  •  452 acres
452 ± Acres Frio River frontage 3,450± sq/ft main house 2 guest quarters 4 barns & skinning shed with walk-in cooler High fenced & low fenced 4 wells 3 ponds Abundant native & exotic wildlife
Contact for Price  •  423 acres
423 ± Acres 18± minutes to Pearsall Frontage on FM 140 High fenced 1 well and electric meter Over 2,000± feet of wet-weather Elm Creek Good ranch roads and senderos Numerous hunting blinds and feeders Minerals are negotiable
$1,304,033  •  96.6 acres
Under Contract
A beautiful 96.6 acre +/- farm and ranch located between Devine and Bigfoot in the northeast corner of Frio County. It is rare to come across a place this size in such a great location and with so much to offer. Location: The property is easily accessible with over 1200 feet of frontage on F.M. Highway 472 and a 60 lane owned in fee connecting the ranch to State Hwy 173. Less than an hour drive from San Antonio. Topography, rangeland & habitat: The western portion of the property consists of a 36 acre Tifton bermudagrass field with approximately 30 acres of that under a new 596 Valley model 7000 irrigation pivot. The remainder of the ranch consists of slightly rolling pasture with several excellent building sites. A very nice stock tank is located in the northern portion of the ranch. The perimeter is entirely high-fenced. Water: There is a new Carrizo Wilcox irrigation well (520 +/- depth; 8 casing) with a 60 hp electric submersible pump that serves the irrigation pivot and that is piped to supplement the stock tank if necessary. The ranch has a Benton City water meter in place. Electricity: The ranch is served by Medina Electric.