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$18,500,000  •  10,900 acres
Situated in the picturesque Glass Mountains of West Texas, this showcase 10,900± acre ranch encompasses recreational and agricultural resources all in one package. The BOSS Ranch is unparalleled among west Texas ranches with its combination of diverse landscapes, highly developed water resources, exceptional wildlife, and grazing lands all with frontage along Highway 385. The property is a simple 7.2 mile drive to the quaint town of Marathon, home to the historic Gage Hotel, White Buffalo Bar, and 12 Gage Restaurant. There is a convenient FBO located 30 miles away in Alpine and commercial flights available 163 miles away in Midland. The ranch climbs over 1,600’ from the flatlands at the entrance to the 5,839’ peak of Leonard Mountain. Multiple locations over 5,500’ are found across the northern portion of the property and look down to the lowland flats towards the center of the ranch. Improvements on the ranch are simple and low maintenance, yet highly functional. They consist of two residences, a modest hunting lodge, workshop, support buildings, and three sets of cattle pens. Diversity of terrain and the extensive water system combine to support the cattle herd as well as resident wildlife herds. The ranch has an exceptional mule deer population, bountiful elk, and herds of aoudad are found throughout the property. Other species include javelina, and the occasional whitetail and pronghorn antelope. Big-game hunting is outstanding and generates a significant revenue stream for the current owner. The owner has historically run 200 animal units to promote resident wildlife, but believes the ranch could support a higher number if desired. The BOSS Ranch is a gem of a property with a superior water system, extraordinary wildlife, fantastic grazing, and simple yet highly functional improvements in a gorgeous West Texas setting. The ranch has significant state classified minerals and a portion of the fee minerals are available with an acceptable offer. The Facts: ~ 10,900± deeded acres ~ Highway 385 frontage ~ 1,608’ of elevation change, with the highest point at 5,839’ ~ Extraordinary wildlife: mule deer, elk, aoudad, whitetail, javelina, occasional whitetail deer or pronghorn, and game birds ~ Four solar booster pumps ~ Five solar water wells ~ Nine water storage tanks ~ Numerous dirt tanks ~ 30+ drinkers ~ 16+ miles of piped water throughout the ranch ~ 15 pastures for rotational grazing ~ Three sets of cattle pens throughout the ranch ~ Improvements include: Main home, Manager’s home, Hunter’s cabin, steel frame barn, feed storage barn, bulk overhead feed storage hoppers ~ Recreational playground: Hunting, hiking, artifact hunting, wildlife viewing, sporting and 4X4 opportunities
$5,877,900  •  7,837 acres
The Lazy H Ranch is a very rare offering of size, adventure, and an incredible & genuine West Texas cattle operation. This sanctuary from the outside world is approximately 30 miles from Midland, TX which provides friends and family the seclusion and tranquility beneath the beautiful West Texas skies while providing convenience and accessibility to the Tall City as well as the smaller local communities; such as, Andrews, TX. The amazing 12-section ranch is in the Heart of the Grasslands of West Texas. There has been no grazing of any kind for the last few years. The Lazy H Ranch is in excellent condition, being fenced and cross-fenced. All fences are in good condition at about 70%. Pastures are watered by windmills and concrete storage tank for ground troughs. Contact Broker, Caleb Matott at 432-349-3330 for your private showing. • No Cattle for the last several years • Big Grasses *Side-Oates Grama, Buffalo-grass, & Kleingrass • 4 windmills, 2 of them being submersibles • 8 water wells • Ranch House is gutted & ready for renovation • Old style cinder block horse barn and pipe corrals • This area is worldwide known for its Mule deer *Blue Quail, Dove, & Predators  • Easy access off HWY 181 (Oil field ranch roads throughout the ranch) • Above average fencing over most of the ranch. Barbwire fenced & cross fenced.   
$9,570,000  •  7,656 acres
The historic D Bar Ranch is a magnificent 7,656 +/- acre property in northern Coke County, Texas that has been owned by the same family since the 1950’s.
$4,757,302  •  4,324.82 acres
The 4324± acre Rough Creek Ranch is located just east of Snyder, TX in Scurry County; 5 miles west on HWY 180 then north on FM 1614. Snyder, TX is ideally located less than 1.5 hours from the Midland/Odessa area and only 3.5 hours from Ft. Worth, TX.             The Rough Creek Ranch is a year-round ranch. This Ranch is a magnificent recreational ranch with an abundance of wildlife variety; including, mule deer, whitetail deer, aoudad, mouflon sheep, turkey, dove, quail, and predators. The Rough Creek Ranch has been mildly hunted by the owners with occasional invited friends. The Rough Creek Ranch, without a doubt, is a wildlife sanctuary with huge canyons and finger draws that lead into grassy meadows and flats. Big brush and bull mesquites provide that needed cover to keep and hold the wildlife to the ranch. Horse Hollow Creek runs from the south fence line to the north and concludes in the center of the ranch into Rough Creek. Rough Creek runs east to west and; although, it does not run year-round it does have and maintains water year-round. The owners have previously fished the creek for catfish and alligator gar.             The 4324± contiguous acre Rough Creek Ranch is under one fence in its entirety with the fences being newer to above average condition. There are no cross fences, which make this ranch extremely convenient to travel around.              The Rough Creek Ranch is one of the finest, cleanest ranches I have seen in West Texas in a very long time. There is no oilfield, wind turbines, pipelines, or any trash on this pristine ranch, totally unencumbered. The Rough Creek Ranch is a true immaculate ranch that devours all the beauty West Texas holds. This ranch will also have the capability to hold a sizable cow herd and sustain low rain fall years.              The Rough Creek Ranch with its excellent set-up also offers itself to becoming an excellent high fence Game Ranch. With the big canyons and diverse terrain, privacy of this ranch will no doubt set the scene for a top-notch Game Ranch. The 4 bedroom, 3 bath, 2100± sq. ft. ranch home is a metal frame construction that is in excellent condition and easily maintained. A sizable shop is also available on this amazing property and is large enough to store all the equipment and tools needed to maintain and manage this incredible ranch. The Rough Creek Ranch is an awesome and truly rugged West Texas ranch that is rarely seen in today’s market. Please do not hesitate to contact the Broker, Caleb Matott, at 432-349-3330 with any questions or for a private showing.
$11,500,000  •  4,250 acres
One of the finest turnkey hunting and recreational ranches on the market in Texas today. Providing both world-class white-tailed deer hunting along with some of the best wing shooting in Texas, this ranch is a Sportsman’s paradise! No details were spared in the development of the property and with all of the infrastructure already in place, the ranch is ready for new owners to start enjoying it from day one! LOCATION: As the crow flies the ranch lies 14 miles Northeast of San Angelo, Texas. Driving time from: -Midland, TX -1hr 33 min -Dallas, TX-4 hr 19 min -San Antonio, TX-3 hr 25 min -Houston, TX-6hr IMPROVEMENTS: The existing improvements bring tremendous value to the operation and enjoyment of the ranch. The main hunting lodge is over 6000 square feet and boasts a sequestered double master suite wing along with 4 large rooms, each with their own separate baths, a beautiful living room and separate game room, a commercial kitchen, bar, office, and a gunroom. Grounds surrounding the lodge are immaculate with beautiful views of the surrounding country. Not far from the lodge is a drive through cleaning station with a walk-in cooler, a covered gun range, a large BBQ pavilion, a large barn, 3 homes for ranch staff, multiple small barns and workshops and 3 overhead grain silos. One of the biggest attributes to the property is a stellar deer breeding facility that houses an office, storage, working chutes, holding and operating rooms, and a bathroom all under one roof. The facility also has 24 outdoor pens with shelters, wind breaks and misting systems. Separately, there are 6 DMP pens that are currently being used for soft release. Scattered across the ranch are 5 pivots ranging in size from 10 to 75 acres. These are planted with alfalfa, oats and haygrazer and are utilized as food plots with the excess alfalfa being sold. A separate field is planted with milo for the birds. Lastly, the perimeter of the ranch is fenced with 8’ game fence and is traversed with miles of improved caliche roads. EQUIPMENT TO BE CONVEYED: Most furniture in the main lodge along with all of the deer blinds and feeders will convey with the sale. All owned minerals will also convey. The sellers believe they own minerals on the southern portion of the ranch. Buyers are advised to conduct their own research to determine the exact amount. The pipeline mentioned above does produce some monthly income to the ranch. WATER: Water on the ranch is tremendous as it boasts over 40 water wells. They range in production from 10 to 100 gallons per minute and supply water to the watering stations that cover the ranch, the 5 pivots, and they also fill the lake behind the main lodge. TERRAIN / HABITAT: Terrain on the ranch is extremely diverse. A rolling mountain range enters the property on the northwest corner and traverses the westernmost part of the ranch with the highest elevation being 2390’ above sea level. This elevation provides amazing views of the entire ranch and creek valleys below. The eastern portion of the ranch is beautiful bottom land with fertile loamy soils, big mesquite and native grasses and brush. In the creek bottoms you will find oaks, hackberry and other hardwoods. The southern portion of the ranch is amazing quail habitat with excellent soil, lots of native grasses, some cacti and excellent balance of cover to open spaces. Food plots are generously dispersed all over the ranch with some in hay grazer for enhancement of the already strong quail populations. WILDLIFE: Because the owners have been intensively managing and improving the population for over 10 years, the quality of wildlife on the property is second to none! The main focus has been on the deer herd, but improvements have had a tremendous positive impact on the health and numbers of the entire wildlife community. The overall goal has been to maintain a strong pasture herd with good age structure that produces multiple 200 inch deer year after year and they have succeeded! A population of approx. 600 (7 acres/1 deer) and a 1:1 buck to doe ratio has produced the desired result. Harvest and survey records can be made available to the serious buyer. In addition to the pastured deer, a number of bucks and does with possible offspring are being managed at the deer breeding facility with top-notch bloodlines. In a recent survey, the wildlife manager also observed 100 head of Axis deer, more than 30 coveys of quail, over 300 turkey and a phenomenal dove population. EASEMENTS: Easements on the property include electrical, pipeline, and any other of record. However, there is no easement through this property to access any other property. MINERALS: Minerals owned by seller if any will convey. The pipeline produces some monthly income to the ranch. The sellers believe they own minerals on the southern portion of the ranch. Buyers are advised to conduct their own research to determine the exact amount. This ranch is an absolute must see for the avid sportsman that desires a turnkey, established working ranch that supplies world class hunting. Call Anthony Simpson to schedule a private showing! (210) 854-6365
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$6,495,000  •  2,863 acres
$8,500,000
This 2,863-acre, totally game-fenced ranch lies just minutes to San Angelo, Sweetwater or Abilene and within two hours of Midland/Odessa and Dallas/Fort Worth. This is one of the finest ranches I have ever seen for excellent live water, whitetail/exotic hunting and recreation! It offers a fabulous hilltop main lodge with five bedrooms, five and a half baths and sleeps 12 with 5,000 square feet. Enjoy stunning West Texas sunsets from porches overlooking the ranch, as well as a rock patio and fire pit area, a pool with a hot tub, guesthouse, foreman's house and paved access with an electric entry. This well-equipped property has a workshop, game-processing facility with walk-in cooler, two equipment barns and a horse stable area with pipe paddocks. There is also a state-of-the-art deer-handling facility with nine large breeder pens and four buck pens. There are 300 whitetail deer in the breeder pens and 650 whitetail deer turned out into the main body of the ranch. The ranch is under MLD and hunts October through February. There are also many species of exotics, lots of wild turkey, hog and other native animals. There are large grain bins, 11 executive blinds and feeder stations, many food plots, a shooting range, sporting clay range and great fishing in one of the three lakes. This stunning water property also features both sides of several creeks with many springs, giant trees and rock formations and waterfalls, creating a truly unique recreational paradise for the quality minded. $6,495,000. Call Jeff Soele, 210 705-4013.
Contact for Price  •  2,383 acres
The 2,383± acre Jayhawk Creek Ranch for sale in Mitchell County, Texas, has terrain that closely resembles the South African home of many of the exotics on the ranch, offering an ideal setting to stalk these trophy exotics and monster Whitetail. Conveniently located in the heart of the west-central Texas prairies is an exceptional hunting ranch and lodge with a vast array of exotics and topnotch infrastructure ready for extraordinary hunts on day one. Jayhawk Creek Ranch is convenient to an extensive regional customer base. Located just 15 minutes from Interstate 20 and Colorado City, the ranch is roughly midway between Abilene and Midland/Odessa. The ranch is just over three hours by car from the Dallas/Fort Worth Metroplex. An airport for private planes is just 15 minutes away and commercial air service is just over an hour away in Abilene or Midland. The elevations of the ranch range from multiple peaks 80 to 100 feet above the banks of the Colorado River. The native flora and fauna of the region remain on Jayhawk Creek Ranch with wild china, live, oak, willow cedar, black walnut, and pecan trees across the property, as well as plentiful and varied high protein brush species for the wildlife. This land has over three miles of both sides of the Colorado River and over two miles of both sides of Jayhawk Creek. There are six operating water wells on the property, serving tanks and troughs, the main lodge and other accommodations, and two 1,000± gallon storage tanks. The large four-acre lake behind the main lodge is spring-fed and stocked with a variety of fish. A one-and-a-half-acre lake behind the Casita is stocked with large catfish and is supplied by overflow from one of the storage tanks. Unparalleled in diversity, the Jayhawk Creek Ranch comes stocked with a spectacular lineup of native and exotic wildlife. Improvements to support of the wildlife population include two large barns totaling ±3,800 square feet of storage, nine breeding pens ranging in size from a half-acre to 20 acres, and numerous food plots scattered throughout the property ranging from a half-acre to 4 acres. Impeccable improvements on the ranch welcome guests in ultimate comfort and luxury. The 5,000± square foot Main Lodge includes a professional kitchen, full bar, fireplace, and pool table. A covered carport area offers parking for all vehicles. This covered area also has a skinning rack with a winch and rail system for rolling game into the cooler. The Main Lodge has five bedrooms attached to it. Nearby is the Buffalo Lodge with a large living area and two bedrooms. There are several other homes for guests, guides, and foreman. Space for relaxation and entertainment abound, including a fire pit, expansive porches, a lighted skeet range, and a 30-foot stock tank converted to a swimming pool with a filtration system, making guests’ time after the hunt just as enjoyable as their time out on the land. Jayhawk Creek Ranch is a world-class hunting destination. With everything currently in place and operational this property can begin generating revenue on day one and offer a lifetime of adventure, investment, and income that anyone would be proud to call their own. An MLDP whitetail deer management program has been in place for several years. The Red Rock Ranch has been meticulously improved to provide exceptional habitat for quail, blackbuck, dove, turkey, and the highly improved whitetail genetics. This is an outstanding South Texas deer and quail hunting ranch. Shown by appointment only with Texas Ranch Sales LLC. Buyers brokers must be identified on first contact and must accompany buying prospect on first showing to be allowed full fee participation. If this condition is not met, fee participation will be at the sole discretion of Texas Ranch Sales, LLC.
$3,250,000  •  1,000 acres
MT7/ Walker Ranches: The Pecan & Rockwall Pastures are a part of the highly regarded MT7/Walker Ranch in Stephens County. This prestigious ranch is managed by the same team of wildlife biologists and cattle managers who also oversee the MT7 Ranch which earned the prestigious Texas Wildlife Association Landowner of the Year Award in 2015. Superior wildlife and ranch management make this one of the most impressive ranches in the Cross Timbers & Rolling Plains Regions of Texas.Area History: The community of Pecan was believed to be located just west of the Rockwall Pasture on top of a ridge. There was a small school and church located there, but it dissappeared around 1915. More information can be found in Breckenridge at the Swenson Museum. This past community is the namesake for the Pecan Pasture. The Rockwall Pasture's name originated from the numerous handmade rockwalls found in this pasture.Location: Approximately 7.5 miles E/NE of Breckenridge fronting on County Road 179 in a high quality area. Dallas is approximately 2 hours east, Fort Worth is 1 1/2 hours east, Midland is 3 hours west, and Abilene is approximately 1 hour to the southwest.Directions: From Weatherford, go west on Highway 180 just past the community of Caddo in Eastern Stephens County. Then turn right on FM 717. Take FM 717 North for approximately 8.8 miles until County Road 179. Go left on CR 179 and follow CR 179 for 4.5 miles to the main entrance to this property. This entrance will be on the righthand side of the road just west of the Walker Lake dam.From downtown Breckenridge go 2.5 miles east on Highway 180 until Highway 67. Go NE towards Graham on Hwy 67 for 1.5 miles until County Road 179. Turn right on CR 179 and go 4.5 miles until the first entrance on your left going into the Pecan Pasture. Continue driving for 1.1 miles until you see the main entrance which is a solar electric gate near Walker Lake.Access: County Road 179 is an all-weather, maintained public road. There is also an excellent system of interior roads with several miles of these roads being all-weather. There is approximately 1.9 miles of county road frontage and 6 steel pipe entrances, one of which is a solar entrance providing easy access to the impressive 40+/- acre Walker Lake.Terrain: Pecan Creek meanders through the southern portion of the Pecan Pasture with rolling hills and deep soils in this riparian area. Immediately to the north lies dramatic hills, ridgelines, and rough country with some elevated flat ground up top. There is an impressive building location with views of the lake. The eastern portion of the property is rolling to level with small drainages meandering through. Overall, the terrain is diverse and scenic.Vegetation: Generally described as good oak country with cedar elms, mesquite, cedar, and a variety of other trees common to the area. There is an excellent diversity of forbs and browse such as elbowbush, skunkbush, bumelia, and lotebush all benefiting wildlife species. Pecan trees can be found along Pecan Creek where there are also good stands of cedar elm trees. Post oaks and live oaks are the predominant oak species and native grasses are in excellent condition.Water: Walker Lake is 40+/- acre private lake (additional details below). The Rockwall Tank is located north of Walker Lake in the Rockwall Pasture with 5 other stock tanks. The Pecan Tank in the NW Pecan Pasture is the only tank in this pasture with the exception of the 40+/- acre Walker Lake. Seasonal Pecan Creek also meanders through the southern portion of the ranch with other subtle drainages on the eastern side of the ranch.Utilities: Electric Provider is United Cooperative Services. There is an existing power line on the south side of County Road 179 near the two most southern entrances to this property. Rural water is not currently to the property, but Stephens County Special Utility District has a water line a short distance south of the property. The possibility of running rural water to the property is unknown at this time.Walker Lake & Fisheries: This 40+/- acre private lake was completed in October 2015 and it filled up soon after that. Currently in 2020, there are said to be a good number of 4-5# bass, big crappie, and no catfish. Native Black Bass with a percentage of Florida genetics are stocked in the lake and baitfish are plentiful. Lake Depth is believed to be approximately 20+ feet, but overall depth is good though out the lake. The lake is shocked twice annually and fertilized as recommended by fisheries biologist. Clearwater Consulting, currently handles fisheries management. Fishing and waterfowl hunting can be exceptional on this unique body of water.Wildlife: Deer, turkey, hogs, dove, quail, ducks and other wildlife species are plentiful and provide great viewing/ hunting opportunities. There is a sustainable quail population which fluctuates depending on rainfall and overall conditions. Turkey are abundant and Spring turkey hunting can be exceptional.Whitetail Deer Population: Buck: doe ratio is 1.5 does per buck. Deer Density is 10 acres per deer. Property has been lightly hunted with one cull buck harvested. There are two bucks expected to be in the 160-170 B&C class in the 2020-2021 hunting season. This is all low-fenced and the whitetail herd is way above average for Stephens County. This information is based on an aerial estimate over the past several years with 2 surveys conducted annually. Population is age managed and in excellent condition.Improvements:Two (2) Atascosa hunting stands convey with the property.Three (3) Lamco 500# corn feeders convey the property.One (1) elevated platform turkey feeder is located in the food plot.Two (2) Texas Hunter fish feeders on Walker Lake are negotiable.Three (3) wood duck boxes are located on Walker Lake.Two (2) 1/4 acre fenced areas include two 2000# Outback Protein Feeders and Cottonseed baskets. The feeder fence or "pen" is built right and in excellent condition with gated entry.Six (6) Pipe entrances, one (1) of which is a solar electric entrance, are located on CR 179.Fencing: All fencing around the perimeter is in good to excellent condition and will hold cattle. A well-constructed steel water gap is located on Pecan Creek where it exits the ranch on County Road 179.Quail Management Area (QMA): There was a monoculture of mesquite that wrapped around the hill that the Rockwall Vista sits on. This area was grubbed in mottes for all wildlife but mainly quail habitat. It also creates a scenic and visually appealing area. See maps for specific QMA area.Land Management: Approximately 60+/- acres in the Pecan Pasture was sprayed for Prickly Pear cactus in 2018. Rotational grazing is practiced and property is light to moderately grazed. The MT7/ Walker Ranch has a full-time staff currently managing these pastures as part of their overall operation. Attention to detail and excellent land stewardship are very apparent everywhere you look.Wildlife Food Plot: There is a 2.77 acre wildlife food plot located on the north side of Pecan Creek. A corn feeder and elevated turkey feeder are located in the food plot creating more feeding opportunities for wildlife. This area is not fenced and there is a hunting stand to view the area. This food plot is typically planted in winter wheat to provide a supplemental food source.Feed Program: Protein is fed year-round. Corn is fed from August to May. Cottonseed from late December until spring green up and then mid to late May to August. Amount fed or consumed is different based on each feeder and the climate cycle for the year. There is always feed out when the wildlife needs it.Neighbors: MT7/ Walker Ranch neighbors these pastures on the north and SE. There are two other neighbors to the west and one to the east. The habitat and neighborhood enhances the overall quality of the hunting and general feel of the area.Surface Leases: There are no grazing or hunting leases. Owner would be interested in leasing the grazing rights if the new owner is not interested in running cattle.Easements: There is a one Oil/ Gas Pipeline crossing North of Pecan Creek for the most part and then going the North into a location in the Rockwall Pasture. There are no roadway easements or other easements impacting the property.Minerals: No minerals. There is some oil and gas production in these pastures, which is common for the area. The production is not believed to have a big impact on the quality of the ranch.School District: Breckenridge ISD.Property Taxes: The property is agriculturally exempt and taxes are estimated to be $1017.31 annuallyBroker & Commission Disclosure: Buyer's Agent/ Broker must be identified upon first contact with Listing Broker/ Listing Agent and Buyer's Agent/ Broker must be present at the initial property tour in order to participate in the real estate commission. Commission splits will be at the sole discretion of Listing Broker.Property Overview: Quality ranch pastures with plenty to offer. This an unusual one-time offering and special opportunity for someone to own a piece of the MT7/ Walker Ranch.Price: $3250 per acre ($3,250,000)Contacts:Blake Hortenstine (Broker/ Partner)214-616-1305 mobileCash McWhorter (Broker/ Partner)469-222-4076 mobileJack Fauntleroy (Agent)940-550-4432 mobile
$2,398,500  •  738 acres
MT7/ Walker Ranches: The Walker & Daniel Pastures are a part of the highly regarded MT7/Walker Ranch in Stephens County. This prestigious ranch is managed by the same team of wildlife biologists and cattle managers who also oversee the MT7 Ranch which earned the prestigious Texas Wildlife Association Landowner of the Year Award in 2015. Superior wildlife and ranch management make this one of the most impressive ranches in the Cross Timbers & Rolling Plains Regions of Texas.History: The Daniel Pasture is named after Milton Enoch Daniel. Mr. Daniel was a previous owner of this property and owned 3 of the largest ranches in Stephens County. He was a multi-millionaire bachelor born in 1890 and lived until 1958 when he was 67 years old. His impressive resume includes: President of the First National Bank of Breckenridge, Graduate of TCU where he was a 4 year letterman in baseball & football, Captain of the 1911 Horned Frogs, then a 2 year letterman at University of Texas where he was also a charter member of Delta Kappa Epsilion fraternity, Professor of law at TCU for two years while he coached the TCU football team, National Guard captain in 1917, Director of Fort Worth's First National Bank in 1944, cattle rancher, an abstract business, Owner of the Ford agency in Breckenridge, Directorship of Denison & Pacific Railway Co., First president of West Central Texas Municipal Water District, Vice President and Director of the Brazos River Authority for 20 years, he was responsible for building Lake Daniel which presently serves as the water source for Breckenridge, and he was active in the construction of the First Christian Church of Breckenridge.The Walker Pasture was named after Breckenridge Stephen "Breck" Walker. He was was born in 1877 and died in 1929 at the age of 52. He built Breckenridge's first water system, established Breckenridge's first daily newspaper, was the 1st President and Chief Stockholder of First National Bank of Breckenridge, owned a 23,000 acre ranch on the Clear Fork of the Brazos 12 miles NE of Albany where the frontier town known as the "Flats" was once located, he was an oilman, in the lumber business, and a rancher. These are two impressive individuals that made a positive impact in the history of Stephens County.Location: Approximately 7.5 miles E/NE of Breckenridge fronting on County Road 179 in a quality area. Dallas is approximately 2 hours east, Fort Worth is 1 1/2 hours east, Midland is 3 hours west, and Abilene is 1 hour to the southwest.Directions: From Weatherford, go west on Highway 180 just past the community of Caddo in Eastern Stephens County. Then turn right on FM 717. Take FM 717 North for approximately 8.8 miles until County Road 179. Go left on CR 179 and follow CR 179 for 2 miles to the main entrance to this property. This entrance will be on the righthand side of the road just past and across from the "Walker Entrance" on the left.From downtown Breckenridge go 2.5 miles east on Highway 180 until Highway 67. Go NE towards Graham on Hwy 67 for 1.5 miles until County Road 179. Turn right on CR 179 and go 7.5 miles to the main entrance located on the left side of the road a short distance before the "Walker Entrance".Access: County Road 179 is an all-weather, maintained public road. There is also an excellent system of interior roads with several miles of these roads being all-weather. There is approximately 1.7 miles of county road frontage with eight (8) pipe entrance gates, one of which is a solar electric entrance with a nice drive-up appeal.Terrain: There is a rugged ridgeline meandering across the NW portion of the property with some flat, live oak covered uplands above the ridge. Separate from the ridge is a unique and isolated lone hill that sits next to a nice stock tank referred to as "Piloncillo" named after a similar hill on a large ranch in south TX. The terrain is rolling with several drainages and deeper soils on the eastern side of the ranch. Overall, the terrain is diverse and visually appealing.Vegetation: Tree cover consists of live oaks, post oaks, cedar elm, mesquite, cedar, and a mix of other trees commonly found in this area. Forbs and browse such as elbowbush, skunkbush, bumelia, and lotebush are plentiful and good for wildlife. Native grasses are in excellent condition and wildlife habitat is above average for the area.Water: There are 3 stock tanks in the Daniel Pasture and 3 stock tanks in the Walker Pasture. Piloncillo Lake is next to the lone, rocky hill and HQ Walker Lake is located in the Walker Pasture, both provide good fishing and a reliable source of water.Water Utilities: Rural water is not available at this time and there is no ground water in the area. MT7/ Walker Ranch hauls fresh water to a very nice HQ area for the Walker Ranch right across the road. This system works very well. In addition to this, a rainwater collection system could be set up to capture water off the roof tops of a house and/ or barn.Electricity: United Cooperative Services provides electricity to the area. There is currently an electric line near the 3 stock tanks not far from the main entrance to the property.Fisheries: Piloncillo Lake has been managed since 2015 and is a quality fishery. Bass are occasionally added to it and also to the Walker HQ Lake. There are fish feeders on both bodies of water to supplement these fisheries. Other tanks may have fish, but it is unknown at this time.Wildlife: Deer, turkey, hogs, dove, quail, ducks, and other wildlife species are plentiful and provide great viewing and hunting opportunities. There is a sustainable quail population, but it fluctuates depending on rainfall and overall conditions. Ducks will utilize the 6 stock tanks in the fall and winter months and dove hunting can be excellent in the area. Rio Grande Turkey populations are plentiful and Spring hunting can be exceptional.Whitetail Deer Population: Buck: doe ratio is 1.5 does per buck. Deer Density is 15 acres per deer. Quality deer are in these pastures and it has been hunted very little with no bucks harvested. Deer quality is in the 140 B&C class and better. This is based on an aerial estimate over the past several years with 2 surveys conducted annually. Population is age managed and in excellent condition.Improvements:One (1) Atascosa 5X7' blind on a 4' stand to be included with the sale.Two (2) Lamco 500# corn feeders are on the property and included with the sale.Two (2) fish feeder are on the property and are negotiable items.Two (2) 1/4 acre fenced areas include two (2) 2000# Outback Protein Feeders and two (2) Cottonseed baskets. Fenced areas are built right and in excellent condition with gated entries.One (1) elevated platform turkey feeder in the Walker Pasture to be included.Seven (7) steel pipe entrances along maintained County Road 179.One (1) solar electric, steel pipe entry gate.One (1) cattleguard located between the two pastures.Fencing: The fencing along the county road is excellent. The cross fence between the Walker & Daniel Pastures is also in excellent condition. The North fence is in good condition. The West fence is in fair to decent condition. A portion of the South fence is in poor condition where it is not along the county road, brush has grown up in the fence and it holds cattle.Land Management: Approximately 30-35+/- acres in the Daniel Pasture was sprayed for Prickly Pear cactus in 2015. Some clearing has been completed on top of the mesa in the NW part of the Daniel Pasture. MT7/ Walker ranch has a full-time staff currently managing these pastures as part of their overall operation. Attention to detail and excellent land stewardship are very apparent throughout these pastures.Wildlife Food Plot: There is a new 2-3+/- acre wildlife food plot located on the west side of the Walker Pasture with a corn feeder. A deer stand located on the food plot provides excellent hunting opportunities. This food plot is typically planted in winter wheat and attracts a lot of game.Feed Program: Protein is fed year-round. Corn is fed from August to May. Cottonseed from late December to spring green up and then mid to late May to August. Amount fed is based on the feeder and climate cycle for the year. There is always feed out when the wildlife need it.Surface Leases: There is no grazing or hunting leases. Current owner would be interested in leasing the grazing rights if purchaser is not interested in running any cattle.Easements: There are several pipelines crossing the property, but this is common in the area and not believed to have a detrimental impact on the quality of the property.Minerals: No minerals. There is some oil and gas production in the Daniel Pasture, but none in the Walker Pasture.School District: Breckenridge ISD.Property Taxes: The property is agriculturally exempt and taxes are estimated to be $750.77 annually.Broker & Commission Disclosure: Buyer's Agent/ Broker must be identified upon first contact with Listing Broker/ Listing Agent and Buyer's Agent/ Broker must be present at the initial property tour in order to participate in the real estate commission. Commission splits will be at the sole discretion of Listing Broker.Property Overview: Quality ranch pastures with plenty to offer. This an unusual one-time offering and special opportunity for someone to own a piece of the MT7/ Walker Ranch.Price: $3250 per acre ($2,398,500)Contacts:Blake Hortenstine (Broker/ Partner)214-616-1305 mobileCash McWhorter (Broker/ Partner)469-222-4076 mobileJack Fauntleroy (Agent)940-550-4432 mobile
$1,750,000  •  476.03 acres
McLearan Farms offers 476 plus-minus deeded acres conveniently located in the City of Skiatook, Oklahoma in Osage County. The FSA shows 300 acres of cropland with the remainder in heavy hardwood, Pecans, creeks and ponds. Also included is a 3-bedroom, 1.5 bath home with detached garage and other barns. The Hominy Creek flows through the farm offering excellent natural water resource along with numerous ponds and a wetland. This locating in the Hominy Creek valley also includes excellent soils for productive farming. Location: The farm is located in far eastern side of Osage County near the Tulsa County line. The location lies between Skiatook and the town of Sperry. Acreage and Current Operation: The farm totals 476 plus-minus deeded acres with approximately 70% tillable. The farm is mostly dryland crop production and is currently leased to a local farmer tenant on a 1/3rd share crop. The current owner has the rights to harvest any crop planted for 2020. Scheduled for planting of Soybeans for the summer crop this year. The farm also offers hay production. Improvements: The original home that was established in 1949 is a 3-bedroom, 1.5 baths with an detached garage and other barns. The home sets on an elevated area of the farm in a nice wooded lot with views of the farm. The home is supplied by city water, Verdigris Valley Electric with septic system. The home is currently rented until July 2020. The home is being sold "AS IS WHERE IS' with no warranties. Seller makers no warranties on the properties condition. Pole barn 3440 square footUtility Barn 700 square feetDetached garage 400 square feetRecreation & Hunting: The Hominy Creek has over time created some great wildlife habitat that in turn attracts an abundant amount of wildlife. There are low lying area of wetlands that exist on the farm that can also produce waterfowl. With some minor excavation these areas can be increased in size offering a more attractive area for waterfowl. Fishing is also available with numerous ponds and the Hominy Creek that is fed by Skiatook Lake at only a few miles west of the property. In 1905 the Midland Valley Rail was established in this part of Oklahoma and runs on the eastern edge of the McLearan Farm. This railway was converted into a public recreational walking and biking trial named the Osage Prairie Trail. This trail follows the corridor of the old Midland Valley Railroad and passes through this farm along with both rural and urban landscapes.Mineral Rights: No mineral rights are available with the farm. Producing.Real Estate Taxes: The real estate taxes for the year 2018 payable in 2019 were $1800
$1,211,250  •  425 acres
MT7/ Walker Ranch: The South & Central Church Pastures are a part of the highly regarded MT7/Walker Ranch in Stephens County. This prestigious ranch is managed by the same team of wildlife biologists and cattle managers who also oversee the MT7 Ranch which earned the prestigious Texas Wildlife Association Landowner of the Year Award in 2015. Superior wildlife and ranch management make this one of the most impressive ranches in the Cross Timbers & Rolling Plains Regions of Texas.Location: Property is approximately 7.7 miles E/NE of Breckenridge's First National Bank. There is good frontage on Highway 67 in a quality area. Dallas is approximately 2 hours east, Fort Worth is 1 1/2 hours east, Midland is 3 hours west, and Abilene is 1 hour southwest.Directions: From Breckenridge, go east on Highway 180 for 2.5 miles until you reach Highway 67. Go North on Hwy 67 towards Graham. The south entrance of the South Church Pasture is 5.2 miles from Highway 180 and located on the W/NW side of Hwy 67.Access: There are two good entrances on the west side of Highway 67, one entrance for each pasture. Several miles of interior roads make getting around these pastures easy. There is an interior gate allowing easy travel from the Central Pasture to the South Pasture.Terrain: The terrain is rolling to level with a few subtle ridgelines on the North and South portions of the property. There are 3 tributaries that meander through the land ultimately converging into the East Fork of Bufford Creek.Vegetation: There are really good live oaks scattered throughout the pastures. Turf is good with deep soils and native grasses being in excellent condition. Forbs and browse such as elbowbush, skunkbush, bumelia, and lotebush are plentiful as well and good for wildlife. These pastures have a good balance of open grazing land for cattle to more heavily wooded areas for hunting.Water: There are 2 stock tanks in the South Church Pasture and 1 stock tank in the Central Church pasture as well as 3 drainages running North through the property.Fisheries: Fishing is unknown in these 3 stock tanks.Wildlife: Deer, turkey, hogs, quail, dove, ducks and native wildlife species are plentiful and provide great viewing and hunting opportunities. There is a quail population, but it fluctuates depending on rainfall and overall conditions. Ducks will utilize the 3 stock tanks in the fall and winter months. Dove hunting can be excellent in the area as well.Whitetail Deer Population: Buck: doe ratio is 2 does per buck. Deer Density is 18-20 acres per deer. There was a 160 B&C class buck photographed with a game camera on this property a few years ago and numerous bucks in the 140 B&C class have been seen. The herd is expected to be above average for this area. No bucks have been harvested off this property in the last 4-5 years. The population data is based on an aerial estimate over the past several years with 2 surveys conducted annually.Neighbors: The 5500+/- acre Black Brother's Muleshoe Ranch is located adjacent to and north of the subject Church Pastures. This is a good-sized neighbor which should enhance the quality of the hunting.Improvements: There are 2 entrances on the west side of Highway 67 and an extensive road system. There has been one corn feeder in these pastures in the past, but there are currently no wildlife feeders on the property.Fencing: The fencing along the highway is excellent. The cross fence between the South and Central Church pasture is also excellent. The North boundary fence is in good condition. The West boundary fence is in fair condition, but will hold cattle. The South boundary fence keeps sheep from the adjacent property so it is considered to be in good condition.Land Management: The land has been managed and not overgrazed. MT7/ Walker ranch has a full-time staff currently managing these pastures as part of their overall operation. Attention to detail and excellent land stewardship are apparent throughout these pastures.Surface Leases: There are no grazing or hunting leases. MT7/ Walker Ranch would be interested in leasing the grazing rights if purchaser is not interested in running cattle.Easements: There are no known pipelines crossing this property and it is clear of other easements. Overall, this is very clean piece of property.Minerals: No minerals. There is no oil & gas production on the property.School District: Breckenridge ISD.Rural Water: Stephens Special Utility District has a rural water line running down Hwy 67. It is unknown whether a water meter can be obtained until an application is filled out and submitted. They will then complete an engineering study to determine the feasibility of adding a new meter.Electricity: United Electric Cooperative Services provides electricity to the property. There is Electricity available along Highway 67.Property Taxes: The property is agriculturally exempt and taxes are estimated to be $432.36 annually.Property Overview: Quality ranch pastures with plenty to offer. This an unusual one-time offering and special opportunity for someone to own a piece of the MT7/ Walker Ranch.Broker & Commission Disclosure: Buyer's Agent/ Broker must be identified upon first contact with Listing Broker/ Listing Agent and Buyer's Agent/ Broker must be present at the initial property tour in order to participate in the real estate commission. Commission splits will be at the sole discretion of Listing Broker.Price: $2850 per acre ($1,211,250)Contacts:Blake Hortenstine (Broker/ Partner)214-616-1305 mobileCash McWhorter (Broker/ Partner)469-222-4076 mobileJack Fauntleroy (Agent)940-550-4432 mobile
$851,000  •  370 acres
Property Details Name of Property: Leader Creek Ranch 370 - ka Status: New Price Per Acre: $2,300 Acreage: 370 Closest Town: Lula, OK Access: County Road Taxes: $Approximately $500 per year Topography: Gently rolling to level Improvements: Metal barn/Apartment, barn, Loafing shed Bedrooms: 1 Baths: 1 Forage: Bermuda, Rye, Lespedeza, Native Mix. Capacity: 500 Sheep or 100 cow/calf pairs Water: 10 ponds and Creek Wildlife: Whitetail deer, turkey Utilities: Rural Water and Electricity Comments Everyone looking to buy a ranch looks at the fences. Good news, this place has new fencing! Net-wire fence around approximately 75% of property. The other 25% is fenced in 5 strand barbed wire. Current owner is running 500 head of sheep. You could run approximately 100 cow/calf pairs if you’d rather. One thing that makes this ranch stand out is a creek running through it! Leader Creek runs through the property. There is a solid metal bridge that makes going across the creek a breeze. Ranch has plenty of water with 10 ponds and creek. Large pecan and oak trees, with just enough timber for excellent hunting. This ranch has an excellent blend of warm and cool season grasses consisting of common Bermuda, Midland Bermuda, Dallis grass, Bahia and several varieties of clovers. The cool season grasses are predominately Rye grass and some Fescue. The steel pipe corrals are definitely adequate to work all the livestock that the property will carry. 36 x 100 metal barn being used to store feed and supplies. There is a metal shop that has a comfortable living quarters, with 1 bedroom, a full bath with laundry hook-ups, with a open kitchen living area. This would make a suitable place to live while you are building your dream home. There is rural water, well and electricity. Ranch location is ideal if you love the peace and quiet. Located at the end of a dead-end road, making county traffic rare. Just 20 miles from Ada, Oklahoma or 2 hours from either OKC or Dallas. Priced to sell at $2,300 per acre. Call Kelly Albrecht 580-380-2066
$2,000,000  •  356.5 acres
The Kepka Family Farm is a large +/- 360 acre farmstead located in the beautiful rolling hills of Central Kansas and the Great Plains. The property is situated just southeast of the town of Wilson, KS. This fourth generation farm has always been a working family farm producing wheat, Milo, and hay crops and grazing cattle. This farm has so much potential from farming and ranching to hunting and establishing habitat. The property has proven to be great for quail, turkey, deer, predator, and dove hunting. With the southern border being located only one-half mile from the Smoky Hill River, this property is a haven for many different species of wildlife and holds some record White-tailed deer. The land includes:Cultivated farmlandPasture groundCRP groundMeadowWaterwaysThe farmstead includes:Large pole-metal shedLarge, unfinished (reconstructed) horse barn designed to be a full living quartersA bunk house (current living quarters)Two new storage podsHorse pasture with large south facing lean-to with small tack room (unfinished) - Probound fence throughout the pasture with gatesLarge area south to finish for horses with enough area for a nice small horse barn if desiredGarden areaTwo water wells (drilled by Kelly's Water Well) - 275 ft. deep and in 50 ft. of aquifer, both have emersion wells that move water throughout the farmyardThe Metal Pole ShedJohn Deer 4720 Utility Tractor with cab and 7 attachmentsBuilt by ASH/OSI in 201050 x 80 ft (4,000 sq. ft.) with 6 inch deep concrete floor that has circulating heat throughout the floor (heated by a propane heating unit that is inside west wall of the shed)Blown-in insulation that covers the complete shed which has strengthened the building and decreased the cost of insurance coverage and decreased heating costsTwo electric door openers on each side, west and east side of shed (12 ft. x 12 ft.)Walk-in door on south side with electric lockNo windows or skylight windows to reduce possible break-insElectric fluorescence lighting with plenty of electrical 220 V outletsBuilt-in benches and cabinets - wood shop and mechanical areaOffice in the SW corner of shed - houses security system for farmyard and storageThe north side has a concrete slab (15 ft. x 80 ft.) meeting with north side lean-to (15 ft. x 80 ft.) for machinery. Enclosed with two sliding doors that lock on inside. Ample storage shelving along inside wall.Shed with additions now totals 6,400 sq. ft.Two hydrants on south lean-to cornersOutside outletsConcrete slabs on west and east side of sideAll machinery and equipment negotiable with sale of property.Bunk HouseMetal pole building made into living quartersBuilt in 201224 ft. x 40 ft. (960 sq. ft.)Open porch on the east side (8 ft. x 40 ft.)Main structure includes - Kitchen with gas cooking stove, dining area and living area and one handicap-accessible bathroom with shower, sink and stool.Large TV on south wall with cableNorth room is a large bedroom with bay window and electric fireplaceSunroom on west side - enclosed patio area (14 ft. x 24 ft.) Sun room includes large TV over electric fireplace, washer and dryer area and office spacePatio on west side (18 ft. x 24 ft.) with open fireplace/pitAll rooms finished in pine woodCeiling fans, heat and air, 2 large TVs, land lines, and internet serviceAll contents included in sale of propertyHorse BarnBarn built in 192440 x 40 x 40 ft. to peak. Roof is a hip roof. Barn structure was in solid shape and recently restored with all livestock remnants removed.Designed to be finished for living quarters but not yet completed.Outside of barn was covered in OSB board and 26 gauge tin, windows and dormers addedGround floor is full concreteThere is a corner for mechanical utilities and storage, opposite corner is a space for a large kitchenLarge staircase to loft aboveThe remaining area could be designed to incorporate a lodge with beds, large rec room, bathrooms, etc.The loft floor is 38 x 40 ft. Floor is new wood but unfinished flooring. Space for kitchen and pantry. A good size space for bathroom. South end of the loft could be for a nice sized bar. North end could be used for an additional rec area.The third floor of the loft is divided into thirds. South third and north third are possible bedrooms with closets and each with a staircase.The center third opened to look down to loft floor.Consultation done for incorporating heating and air. GEO thermal by coils was determined to be the best solution for covering the area efficiently and being the most cost efficient.The structure would also need better insulation and electrical wiring.Additional FeaturesTwo large, new pods for storage (very clean)Large lawn area6.6 acre meadow on east side of barnyard and south side of home/pasture. Meadow can be viewed from barn loft and patio of the bunkhouse. Meadow is bordered by 50 ft. four generation Cottonwood trees that provide great shade.The northwest corner of the meadow is a 12 ft. x 16 ft. small barn that houses cooking utensils. There is an old deck around 3 sides of the barn and to the east of the barn is a fire pit. The pit has sand around it and limestone blocks used for Dutch oven cooking.All items will sell with property.FinancialsFarming income includes wheat, Milo, hay, and pasture averaging around $15,000.00 per year (including CRP payments)Taxes average around $5,500/yearElectricity is on average $150/mo. (Rolling Hills Electric Corp.)Propane (Shed and Bunk House) averages $1,200/year (Moeder Oil, Great Bend, KS)Property will be sold as owner financed only.Land DescriptionEast half of farm is mainly the homestead/barnsWest half consists of pasture and CRP groundPasture is rolling hills. It has trees and a creek the full length that winds through the pasture and also has a spring-fed creek that has had water in it since the 1930's. There are two water tanks connected that are 4 years old and are filled by natural spring water. They run at 5 gallons per minute and have for the last 4 years.The south end of the pasture is 1/2 mile from the north side of the Smoky Hill River. There is another pasture between the river and the property's pasture.There is some waste land connected to the CRP ground.This property has proven over many generations to be excellent habitat for hunting and developing food plots, buffer strips, and in-field incubators for quail (quail restoration).The water supply has always been strong and water has never been hauled onto property.Deer Unit 4All water and mineral rights shall pass to Buyer.Community/AttractionsThis farm is located about 2 1/2 miles SE of Wilson, KS just off of Highway 40.Wilson, Kansas is known for its Czech history and festival and the restored Midland Railroad Hotel with fine bar and grill with great wine list.16 miles to Ellsworth, KS (can accommodate large aircrafts at airport)25 miles to Russell, KS (can accommodate large aircrafts at airport) - Also famed for Meridy's Steakhouse50 miles to Salina, KS (larger city with restaurants and shopping)1/2 mile north of the Smoky Hill River, which feeds Kanopolis Lake Reservoir in Ellsworth CountyInterstate 70 just 2 miles from Wilson, KS and only a few miles from the propertyJust north of the Interstate is the Smoky Hills, which includes Wilson State Park (Lake Wilson)Lake Wilson is one of Kansas' premier recreation hot spots to fish, hike, boat, water-ski, or just camp and enjoy the outdoors.Seller is asking for Owner Financing of the property with 20% down and 4% interest rate. Only way buyer will sell property is through owner financing. All personal property is negotiable. All mineral rights, water rights, crops, cash rent from leases, and CRP payments will pass to Buyer.Please contact JC Bosch with Hayden Outdoors at 620-282-9572, for more information on this property or to schedule a private showing.
$583,150  •  107 acres
Boone County, Iowa farmland / recreational land opportunity located immediately west of the always impressive Des Moines River Valley and northwest of Boone, Iowa.
$1,917,045  •  85.2 acres
Located in Midland County, just 3 miles west of Greenwood Schools on FM 307 is an amazing 85± acres with huge development opportunity/possibilities. This tract of land has really good water and can be utilized for commercial and/or residential.
$1,250,000  •  54.54 acres
A true oasis in this wide-open West Texas desert. The setting and style of this amazing property will make you feel as if you have stepped into your very own sanctuary every time you drive through the entry gate, the ambience truly feels like paradise as giant cottonwoods and oaks surround the lovely pond. The pond is filled by two of the property’s water wells, which are on timers, and is very low maintenance as the pond is lined with an aerator and is full of fish…wonderful swimming hole. The charming stucco home will make you feel like you are in the breathtaking Davis Mountains with its energy efficient solar powered panels that provide 100% of the home’s electricity except for the months of December and January; however, there is electricity to the water wells, pond, and for the watering of the trees which, average about $175 per month. The home has a recirculation radiant floor heating system for a wonderful, even warmth throughout. The bathtub is an aroma/color therapy air tub and the shower also serves as a wonderful steam bath. Also included is an outside cedar wood, soaking tub that is heated by a wood fired snorkel heater! The garage is foam insulated and heated by radiant base board heaters and is plumbed for water. There is an attic that could easily be made into an additional bedroom with a private outdoor staircase entrance. This magnificent property is easily accessed 20 miles south of Midland off of HWY 349 and FM 1379…quiet and serene. Please contact Caleb Matott at 432-349-3330 for questions, concerns, and showings.
$450,000  •  4.5 acres
4.5 Acres of vacant Residential land located in Pecan Acres (W. County Rd 52 in Midland, TX) near the secluded and private Saddle Club Ranch area. This property is the perfect site to build your new dream home as vacant land in this incredible area is extremely hard to find. The water is excellent with a well that was previously tested at 30 GPM, per owner. Just minutes from town with all the advantages of rural living, this is an exceptional opportunity. Please contact Broker, Caleb Matott at 432-349-3330 to schedule a showing.