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Crow Foot Ranch

The CROW FOOT RANCH lies just south of the Wichita River in Knox County with an abundance of WILDLIFE. Much thought and labor have gone into this hunting ranch along with the consultation of the Parks and Wildlife personnel to make this one of the best low fenced game ranches in the area. There is a strategic placement of food plots, blinds, feeders and ponds for wildlife. The four ponds are less than an acre in size. The pens, for the feeding areas, are larger than normal so deer have room to move around and have less competition in this area while feeding.

Roads are good. Bring your ATV’s.

The perimeter fences are excellent on three sides and fair on the north side.

The ranch has a three bedroom, two bath trailer with a large front porch and an outside TV. This home has been well cared for and the overflow of company can go to the travel trailer that is next to it. A cleaning station lies east of the trailer with electricity and water.

At the northeast corner of the property, there is a three bay tractor shed which is all metal and a forty foot storage container beside the shed. The owner went the extra mile to plant more trees for the wildlife. Electricity and rural water are already in place.

Included in the sale of the ranch:

4-4×6 heavy fiberglass blinds

1- old wooden blind

1- double bow blind

2- tripod bow blinds

1- 800 lb. all season corn feeder

1- 600 lb. J&L skid corn feeder

1- 300 lb. barrel on legs

7- quail feeders

3- turkey feeders

1- 2000 lb. outback feeder

1- 900 lb. big horn protein feeder

7- big feed pens at feeders

4- ponds

Go south of Crowell,Tx on Hwy 6 twelve miles. Just south of the Wichita River turn right(west) on the first county road. Go west until the county road makes a sharp right. The property gate is facing you.

Asking: $1700 per acre

157 acres @ Stoneburg, Tx (Montague county)

Description: 157 acres, OWNER FINANCE 5%- WITH MINERALS  541 Butler Ranch Rd. , Stoneburg, Tx. (Montague county). $408,200. will negotiate minerals. The county road does not have a sign on it. Does have a cattle guard as you turn onto the road. The road is legal county road maintained by the county.

Improvements: One small shed used for storage. One small pipe corral used for trap to load.

location: 541 Butler Ranch Rd. approximately 9 miles west of Stoneburg, TX. West side of the road.

Surface Water: 3 stock tanks and a ravine that cuts across some of the property could be possible to put a dam across for a fourth stock tank.

Grazing:  Property has average growth of native grass across the property. It could comfortably support 10+ cow calf. currently is running 35 head mixed cows and calves by feeding an occasional round bale.

Minerals: Owner says he owns 100% of 120 acres Oil & Gas. will negotiate how and if the minerals can be divided. That may or may not require additional money per acre depending on the conditions of the sale.

13.58 ACRES Tract 2 – $87,251 Montague co. Bowie

Description: Tract 2 – 13.58 acres @ $87,251 with half dozen cedar trees & prairie grass.  Wyatt Rd. Estates. Nice residential area with restrictions. Requires min. 1600 sq ft. home on the property. There are electrical lines just across the road from this property. It will need fencing on 3 sides. Share cost with two neighbors but the third side is at the frontage on the road.

Location: This is on a new county road called Wyatt Rd. which ends in a cul de sac. from Bowie go east/north on hwy 59 for a couple of miles to Well Service Rd. and turn right. travel for about a mile then curve left on Well Service about 1/4 mile to my sign (Jerry Williams – Davis Vernon Real Estate) and the Subdivision sign (Davis Vernon Real Estate). View the plat on the Subdivision sign – Tract 2 – Turn right onto Wyatt Rd. Tract 2 begins at the end of Tract 1 (Tract 1  is the corner tract at Well Service rd.)

Electricity: Utility poles go all the way down Wyatt rd. can hook up to one of those lines.

Water: This is out of the city limits so will need to drill a water well.

Sewage: Out of the city limits so it will need a septic tank.

Restrictions: Home must be at least 1,600 sq ft with certain materials listed on the covenants such as brick, rock, concrete siding, or half wall to 4ft with heavy metal siding above that. Any outbuilding must be behind the house and quality materials listed in the restrictions. Some other restrictions dealing with keeping the neighborhood clean and attractive.

Agriculture Exempt land. Property taxes very low. For this property it should be $100 +/- dollars a year. You will need to maintain some type of livestock, honey bees, or agriculture product. Neighbor on tract 1 is raising goats.

Also have available Tract 4 = 12.47 acres @ $80,119  and Tract 6 = 11.23 acres @ $72,152.

Cee Vee 350 acres +/-

Looking for a good HUNTING place, or yearling operation? Look no further than this north Cottle County property! Cottle and Childress County are prime hunting areas! Big, deep draws separate the 191 acres of dry land farm from the rangeland which makes up the remainder of the acreage. This makes for a great positioning of food plots for the wildlife in the area. The property also supports good grass composition. Mesquite, hackberry, and lotebush are found also along with very few cedar trees.

Whitetail deer, mule deer, dove, quail, turkey and several different varmints can be found. A high fence makes the border on the west side of the property and North West corner as well.

Rural water is present on the property and electricity is available.

Fences are excellent! There are no pens but there is a small trap for cattle.

Asking $1400 an acre

Baxley Farm

157.21 Acres

58 Acres cultivation, remainder in pasture

Barn with pens

Fenced

Tank for great dove hunting

Deer & wild hogs

New container

Nice deer blind & feeder

North Place Ranch

North Place Ranch
697 + or – Acres
Childress County, Texas
$1350/Acre
The North Place Ranch is located approximately 7 miles north of Childress Texas and has access via  Hwy 83. It is located 1 1/2 miles south of the Prairie Dog Fork of the Red River. This ranch is gently rolling with plenty of cover, water and food plots for excellent wildlife habitat. There are 3 fields that are 52 ac, 11 ac and 14 ac that are scattered throughout the ranch that are normally planted in wheat which provides a great food source for the deer that are native to this area of NW Texas. The property is well watered with 3 ponds and Red River Water. This is some of the best deer, quail, and turkey habitat in this area. There is excellent tree cover which is mostly mesquite with some Hackberries scattered throughout the ranch. There are also a lot of plum thickets, ragweed and native grasses for the quail. The property has new blinds and feeders in place and ready to hunt now. There are also RV hookups in place with access to Red River Water. This is one of the finest whitetail deer hunting areas of NW Texas, with bucks reaching the 160-170 class range in a low fence environment. There are also occasional mule deer in this area but it is predominantly whitetail country. The bird hunting is exceptional with quail, dove, and turkey.
Last but not least this is also a great cattle ranch as well. With an abundance of water, native grasses and wheat fields to supplement the cattle in the winter. The fences are good and there is a set of corrals in place and ready to go.
If you are looking for a quality hunting ranch that is setup and ready to go then please take a look at the North Place Ranch!!
Improvements
 3 Hunting Blinds ( 2 Ranch Kings, 1 Fiberglass )
 3 Hang em High Feeders
 Electricity
 RV Hookups
 Ranch Roads
 Corrals
 Perimeter and Cross Fencing
Wildlife
 Whitetail Deer
 Mule Deer
 Quail
 Dove
 Turkey
 Wild Hogs
Vegetation
 Hackberry Trees
 Mesquite
 Plum Thickets
 Native Grasses
 Wheat Fields
Water
 3 Ponds
 Red River Water
Minerals
 Surface Only
Price
 $1350/Acre
Contact Dane Mount at 940-839-6247 or dane@davisvernon.com to schedule your private showing of this exceptional hunting Ranch!!

Ritter Creek Ranch

Ritter Creek Ranch

1,532 +- Acres in Childress County

COME LIVE or COME PLAY! This unique property is just 5 miles north of Childress on Hwy 83. It has it all! It’s a HUNTERS DREAM!

Access off Hwy 83 through a beautiful stone entryway lined with trees, comes complete with electronic gate. You drive past two metal shops and horse barn to the house. A security system is in place.

Amenities include a beautiful 3600 sq. ft. custom built rock home, 1500 sq. ft. shop, 3600 sq. ft. horse barn, 7200 sq. ft. main shop with storm shelter/bathroom, 740 sq. ft. hunters cabin, pond, and some of the BEST HUNTING you can find in North Texas.

The 4 bedroom, 4 bath well appointed home has a vaulted ceiling that provides a spacious open environment. Ladies, the modern kitchen has beautiful cabinetry with granite counter tops, large stainless built in refrigerator plus other built in appliances including ice machine and wine cooler. Two islands compliment the kitchen. An over sized bar separates the kitchen from the living area.

The master bedroom is spacious with double doors that open to the outdoors. Its large master bath has a free standing tub and his and her vanities. The double shower is very spacious. A walk thru closet wraps around for easy access from both sides of the bathroom. Each of the other 3 bedrooms has full baths. One bedroom off the porch area also has double doors. Near the master bedroom is the utility room with plenty of cabinets and counter top. As you step in from the double car garage, you will find a mud room and then a pantry that is amazing. Entertain your guests at the outdoor kitchen, patio, hot tub, fire pit or the fireplace. A seasonal creek runs just behind the house also lined with trees.

To make this property even more appealing is whitetail deer, turkey, dove, hogs, quail, and other wildlife abound. This ranch is hunted lightly, only by family members.

1459 (more or less) acres are native pasture supporting mesquite, soapberry, hackberry, cedar, and blue brush. Approximately 31 acres of crop land is currently planted in wheat. There are 2 sets of corrals. 42 acres of a native mix of grasses lay along the highway at the front of the property. Topography is sloping to rolling hills. Every pasture has either well water, rural water, or both with excellent fencing. Trees, draws, and wet weather creeks make for good wildlife cover.

Other improvements include a horse barn consisting of 9 stalls with tack room. 5 stalls on the south side have runs. All are made with metal and cedar posts. Three large electric doors open into the 7200 sq. ft. shop on the west, with one large door on the east. The 1500 sq. ft. shop is great for all your other needs, including ATVs or other vehicles.

Sitting near the far, east boundary line is a metal hunters cabin has open kitchen and living area plus bedroom that have new carpet and tile. Also there is a bath with washer dryer hookups. On top of that, off Hwy 83 are 5 RV spaces each with individual electrical, water and septic hookups.

All areas of the property are accessible by atv and most by truck. The owner has spared no expense of making this a truly unique property. So run cattle, hunt, explore, fish, entertain, or just relax. It’s living at its finest indoors and out!

House & 160 Acres (Will divide)

Nice 3 BR, 2 Bath metal home built in 2006 with 160 Acres

Concrete floors

Fireplace

Large utility room

Large container behind house stays

Built-in double oven

Ash cabinets throughout home

All doors are 3 Ft. wide

Refrigerator and washer & dryer stay

Oversized 2 Car garage with storage room

Sodar trailer brings in $1200/year

(2) Wind turbines on property

West 60 Acres is all native, east 60 Acres has 38 Acres coastal

Back 40 Acres in cultivation currently in oats

Owner will divide the property- house & some acres or acres and no house

King Co. CRP & Hunting

 

This 334 acres King County property has CRP, hunting, electricity at the road on two sides and rural water. The CRP income for 91 aces is $2,333 annually through 2020, and 61 acres is $1,591 annually through 2022. The remainder of the land is in grass, mesquite, and plum thickets.

The only improvement on the property is rural water.

This is a great hunting area with whitetail deer, quail, turkey, dove, hogs and bobcats.

Nutter Place cow/calf 197 acres

The Nutter Place, in Wilbarger County, will make someone a good recreation place, and cow-calf operation. The total acreage is 197 acres, plus or minus, with 64 acres being in coastal Bermuda and the remainder being native pasture.

Improvements are excellent fences, pipe pens, and cement water trough with well water run by a solar panel. This is also a good hunting area for deer, quail, dove, turkey and varmints.

The seller does not own any minerals on this property. There are two turbines that will not convey with the sale of property.

This property lies just off of CR 101 north of Vernon, Texas.

Asking $1100 per acre