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Delta County Cultivated Land

Posted on: May 31st, 2019 by Cole Hoskison

This 165 acre tract is your opportunity to own a proven Delta County farm. The property is operated by a local farmer, who would be willing to continue to farm the property under new ownership. !50 acres of cultivated ground, a 15 acre wildlife haven on the east end, and over 4100′ of FM 1530 frontage make this farm a unique tract. Located 5.5 miles northwest of Cooper on FM 1530. Pictures to be added soon.

Scenic Building Site or Development Tract

Posted on: May 31st, 2019 by Cole Hoskison

Located just two miles north of Cooper, at the intersection of FM 128 and CR 3020, this 40 acre tract is ideal for building a home or developing into smaller acreage tracts. Currently being used for storage of round bales, this native grass pasture could easily be developed to fit your needs. Utilities appear to be available along FM 128 but will need to be verified by potential buyers. Pictures coming soon as weather permits.

Kiamichi River Ranch – Duck Hunter’s Dream

Posted on: May 31st, 2019 by Cole Hoskison

The Kiamichi River Ranch is the Waterfowl Hunter’s dream property, within two hours of the Dallas Metroplex. Its 349 acres boast amazing waterfowl habitat through its mile of Kiamichi River frontage, multiple ponds and wetlands area. The wetlands area is fed by a spring and its water level can be adjusted allowing for dry season planting. A live creek also dissects the property and flows into the river. The property is approximately 75% wooded and 25% open, providing an excellent mix for growing trophy Whitetails and multiple other species of wildlife.

Delta Double-E Ranch

Posted on: May 31st, 2019 by Cole Hoskison

Located in extremely fertile eastern Delta County, this highly productive, 450+/- acre, turn-key cattle ranch is much to be desired! Well maintained exterior fences and precisely located cross fences maximize the use of approximately 330 acres of improved grass and 135 acres of cultivation. The 5 stock tanks and mature oak and pecan shade trees complete the necessities for a successful cattle grazing operation. A gravel based road leads from the 1.4 miles of FM frontage, past the ranch house, to the highly functional cattle pens. These pens boast a covered working area with concrete slab and a commercial load out chute. The remodeled, centrally located ranch house, will make the perfect weekend get away or manager’s home. The property is currently leased by a very well established tenant who is an exceptional steward of the resources.

Blanca Farm Ground

Posted on: May 31st, 2019 by Cody Harris

275 acres in Costilla County near the small town of Blanca in the San Luis Valley of Colorado. Outstanding views of the 14,000 foot Mount Blanca and only a half mile from Smith Reservoir.

120 acres of hay/farm ground with 40 acres of two year old alfalfa under sprinkler pivot, 60 acres of newly planted grass/alfalfa under pivot and 20 acres of flood irrigated alfalfa. 155 acres of grass pasture that can be irrigated. Property includes a 1,000 GPM irrigation well and 15 GPM stock well. Seasonal Spring Creek runs through property. County Road access, beautiful home sites.

Alamosa County Farm

Posted on: May 28th, 2019 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.

62.5 acres in Delta County, Texas

Posted on: April 6th, 2018 by Cole Hoskison

Located just south of Pecan Gap this 62.5 acre tract offers multiple possibilities for the investor. It is currently used for hay production, but could easily be cultivated for row crops. Its square shape would allow for easy fencing and a pond is already in place. The wooded boundaries and back few acres hold white-tailed deer.

Great Recreational & Production Land

Posted on: April 6th, 2018 by Cole Hoskison

This 72.5 acre tract has great potential for both an investment and recreational tract. Jernigan Creek borders the north side of the property and holds large amounts of wildlife including white-tailed deer. The attache picture features a buck harvested by professional hunter Hank Parker on the neighboring property. The meadows on the property are currently being used to harvest hay.

Cultivated Farm Near Ben Franklin

Posted on: April 6th, 2018 by Cole Hoskison

*REDUCED* – 172 acre farm located in the Sulphur River bottom. Historically productive and currently planted in cotton. Priced to sell!

Ideal Cattle Land With Abundant Water

Posted on: April 6th, 2018 by

Highly productive pasture land with a 7 acre stocked lake and eight stock ponds. Rolling terrain with a mixture of native grasses and Coastal Bermuda. Seller currently gets 2 cuttings per year producing 500 round bales. Metal pole barn with attached iron working pens included.