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Hilltop Lake Ranch

Posted on: August 14th, 2018 by Cody Harris

Secluded at the end of CR4746 is 90.7 acres that boasts an impressive home site. The elevation allows you to view the whole property, the gorgeous stocked lake and miles of scenery. Well established grass can be used for hay meadows or grazing. Just south of Cooper Lake WMA and partially bordered by Merit Creek this property has abundant wildlife.

143 acres in Hopkins County, Texas

Posted on: August 14th, 2018 by Cole Hoskison

Just south of Cooper Lake on FM 71, this 146 acre tract offers a fantastic home site overlooking a 2.5 acre lake. Abundant wildlife travel between large neighboring tracts and Cooper Lake WMA along Merit Creek. Highly productive soils and good topography make this tract ideal for hay production or cattle grazing.

Good Grazing Land – Shackelford County

Posted on: August 11th, 2018 by Cody Harris

Located only 2 miles southeast of the town of Lueders in Shackelford County. Soil types consist of good to prime-quality, currently established in native grasses as part of a grazing program. Included one surface tank for watering livestock and wildlife. Property would be ideal for grazing, dove hunting, or cultivation. Situated at the intersection of County Road 202 and 201 with over a mile of road frontage on two sides of the property.

Tranquility Ranch

Posted on: August 8th, 2018 by Cody Harris

Located only 10 miles South of Corsicana and 2.5 miles West of Interstate 45 near the community of Angus, Tranquility Ranch is an excellent multi-use ranch. With approximately 235 acres in both improved and native pasture, and 6 stock tanks, the ranch easily carries around 50 head of cattle. The ranch boasts an abundance of water with two tributary creeks and over 1,000 feet of frontage on the high-volume Richland Creek. Combining the water resources with scattered mature pecan and hardwood trees provides excellent wildlife habitat.

The ranch also features a 4 bedroom, 3.5 bath brick home built in 1994; a large Quonset-hut style barn, cattle pens, round pen, riding arena, and pipe fencing along the length of the ranch's frontage on County Road 0200.

Pecan Ridge Ranch

Posted on: August 3rd, 2018 by Cole Hoskison

Very special 134.5 acres just south of Cooper Lake! This property boasts amazing views overlooking its own 3 acre stocked lake and smaller pond. Mature Pecan trees encircle a fantastic home site. Secluded, yet easily accessible the property is teaming with wildlife and is bordered by Cooper Lake Wildlife Management Area. The acreage is also well suited for grazing cattle or baling hay.

Merit Creek Ranch

Posted on: August 3rd, 2018 by Cole Hoskison

Highly productive cattle and hay production along with abundant wildlife make Merit Creek Ranch a very attractive property! Large Pecan and Oak trees stand stately along the creek and fence lines providing corridors for wildlife travel and exploring. Merit Creek is the western boundary of the property which also boasts a very nice 1.5 acre lake. Around the headquarters of the old dairy are several elevated home sites. With ample frontage on Hwy 71 the tract is very easily accessible, and is only minutes from Cooper Lake State Park.

Great Grazing & Recreational Property Near Tyler

Posted on: July 11th, 2018 by Cody Harris

Over 123 acres of excellent hunting and cattle grazing land located on a blacktop county road just four miles from Brownsboro and 30 minutes from Tyler! The mature hardwood forests with great edge effect, combined with frontage on the year-round Kickapoo Creek and two stock tanks all provide ideal habitat for wildlife. Consisting of approximately 60% native grass pastures and 40% woods, this property is perfect for the multiple-use buyer. A small farmhouse is located on the property and could be a great weekend getaway with some rehabilitation. This property's natural characteristics and convenient location to both Tyler and Dallas make it highly-desireable. Call us today for a personal tour!

Oak Bottom Ranch – Excellent Cattle & Hunting Ranch

Posted on: June 29th, 2018 by Cole Hoskison

Phenomenal hunting and highly productive for cattle, this 404 acres of mixed-use property lies just south of the Sulphur River on County Road 4801, and just off of Highway 19. The ranch is fenced and has well established grass. 650 bales of hay were harvested on the first cutting of 2018. Very well built and functional set of pipe cattle pens. Scattered mature oaks create shade and several wooded fence and creek lines provide wildlife corridors. The sloughs that wind through the property are a haven for deer and hogs and provides excellent waterfowl hunting. The north boundary of the property is a wildlife management area. Over 4/10 of a mile of rock county road frontage on the southern boundary and the rectangular shape would allow for very easy division of the property in the future. Only minutes from Cooper Lake and 14 miles from Sulphur Springs.

Alamosa County Farm

Posted on: June 6th, 2018 by Cody Harris

884.12 acres for $3,500,000.
Outstanding irrigated farm with 7 sprinklers irrigating 5 quarters. Approximately 700 plus acres under pivot.
Located on paved and graveled county roads.
4,097 gpm irrigation well (actual pumping rate currently is 3,400 – 3,500 gpm). Well is 1,600 feet deep. Water court priority dates of 12/31/1900 for 758 gpm; 12/31/1943 for 659 gpm; 10/6/1955 for 1145 gpm; 8/12/1963 for 1535 gpm.
Seven shares of Commonwealth Irrigation Company water.
2,400 square foot home (early 1990s modular home with a large addition). Four bedrooms, two baths, wood and laser heat.
Four small sheds, one 60-foot by 35-foot shop, two grain bins, one set of corrals and calving shed.
Beautiful location, eight miles from town.
Three domestic/livestock wells.
Five circles in alfalfa, 1/2 circle in oats.

Tasajillo Ranch

Posted on: June 6th, 2018 by Cody Harris

MINERALS, BIG BUCKS! It is a rare find these days to have a ranch listed with 50% of owned minerals AND huge whitetail deer included. This ranch is situated on the edge of the prime Eagle Ford area of south Texas and has it allminerals, big bucks, exotics, a fine 4 bedroom house, exotics and great fishing! The habitat is some of the finest in all of Bee County AND it contains the highest point in the county! Views for miles, equipment, a barn, deer blinds and feeders and everything you need to own the ranch of your dreams. This ranch has been professionally managed for decades, has four water wells, MLDP permits, lots of senderos and food plots and all the work has been done. Move in today and start hunting and fishing tomorrow, this is the real deal and one of the finest hunting ranches on the market today.

636 +/-acres high fenced
63+/- low fenced
Right under 700 acres total, northern Bee County near Mineral, Texas

11 Blinds mostly Atascosa Blinds
13 corn feeders
7 protein feeders

4 water wells 2 in service now and other 2 need full assemblies to be put in service.
6 water troughs piped throughout ranch.
2 stock tanks on ranch with water piped to both and both stocked with fish.

2300 sq. ft house 4 Br- 3 full bath. New hardy siding and paint on exterior
All furniture, TVs and appliances go with house they just want personnel belongs out of house.
Ranch has paved frontage on 2 sides no gravel to get to Ranch.
Ranch can be accessed from 2 entrances
Covered fire pit and cooking area
Dog Kennels 14 x 20 concrete slab flooring
40X40 metal barn with 2 walk-in doors and 2 roll up doors. 2 covers off both sides. Has water and electric to building.
ARI 6 x 8 walk-in game cooler
Electric hoist at skinning shed.
Bulk 500 gallon fuel storage tanks for gas and diesel
Zero turn John Deere mower
Kubota 95 horse cab tractor
16 bush hog bat wing shredder
10ft tandem disc
20ft lowboy trailer
14ft single axle trailer
570 crewPolaris Ranger
20 connex for extra storage of feed
Has an established 200 whitetail genetics foundation on ranch.
Established Axis and Blackbuck herds, some scimitar horned oryx and two red stag bulls
Owner will convey 50% of owned minerals and that includes 20% on 63 acres and 18-19% on 636 acres. There are two non producing wells on the property, no lease currently in place. One large caliche pit located in corner of property to maintain your own roads and added dove hunting.