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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 HUNTER’S DREAM!

Access off Hwy 83 through a beautiful stone entry way 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. hunter’s 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 you’re other needs, including ATV’s or other vehicles.

Sitting near the far, east boundary line is a metal hunter’s 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!

Circle B Ranch Childress Co.

Circle B Ranch

611.38 acres Childress County

This is Big Deer Country!

Heres a ranch with abundant wildlife that include whitetail deer, mule deer, quail, turkey, and feral hogs. A Whitetail Deer which unofficially scored 156 3/8 B&C was taken on November 7, 2016 on this ranch.

Improvements include a 1738 sq. ft, 3 bedroom, 2 bath home with 20×23 metal carport, brick fireplace, and central heat/air. The interior has been painted. The bedrooms and hallway have new carpet. The kitchen and den have new laminate floors. The kitchen has a propane range. Utilities include community water, septic, propane, and electricity.

The 1200 sq. ft. wood framed Hunting Cabin has 2 bedrooms, bathroom with shower, and a new tank less water heater. Septic system is new. There is a refrigerated and heated window unit in main room, antique wood stove, and AC unit in 2nd bedroom. The cabin has 6 twin beds. Cabin electricity is on a separate meter from the main house.

Circle B Ranch also includes:

The ranch is 1 mile north of the Prairie Dog branch of the Red River.

RV hookup with Coop water, electricity, and septic.

38×17 metal framed 3 horse stall shed

20×35 equipment shed

Metal livestock working pens with 125 Red River water well

2 ponds, 2 seasonal ponds

2 metal grain bins on concrete pad

3 all weather hunting blinds

40 + acres in wheat

Perimeter fence is good to fair, cross fencing is fair

Bishop Ranch

Bishop Ranch
320 + or – Acres
Motley County, Texas
 The Bishop Ranch is located west of Roaring Springs, Texas on FM 684 in Motley, County. The ranch is located in the area of some of NW Texas famous ranches. The Bishop Ranch joins the famous 130,000 acre Matador Ranch on two sides, the north and east sides.  The Matador Ranch is one of the finest cattle and hunting ranches in the part of Texas. The Bishop Ranch  has gently rolling terrain with several draws running through it. Part of the ranch is open grassland with plum thickets that is excellent for quail hunting and good cattle grazing. The draws are covered with mesquite and cedar that offer great cover for the wildlife that is native to this area. This area of NW Texas is home to some of the finest hunting in the state. Whitetail and Mule deer are native to this area and the quail hunting is some of the best in Texas. The ranch has an excellent water well, 2 earth tanks, good fences and electricity in place for a cabin or RV hookup. Rarely do you find a property that joins a 130,000 acre ranch on two sides. This is property that wasn’t hunted until a couple of years ago and has had little hunting pressure. The new owner can put in food plots, start a year round feed program and make this 320 acre place into on of the finest little hunting ranches in this part of the state. It is located approximately 90 miles east of Lubbock, 100 miles south of Amarillo and 120 miles NW of Abilene.  Rarely do properties like this come on the market and this one has some minerals available with an acceptable contract!!
 Ranch Roads
 Whitetail Deer
 Mule Deer
 Wild Hogs
 Plum Thickets
 Native Grasses
 Water Well
 2 Earth Tanks
 Available with an acceptable contract.
Contact Dane Mount at 940-839-6247 or to schedule a showing of this unique property!!

House & 160 Acres

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

Concrete floors


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

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

Development Property Childress County

This 100 acres of cropland, southwest of Childress, is close to town. It can be a good development property for housing or business. The property has a water line with two meters near the middle, and access to electricity on the south side by FM 164.

There is a possibility for owner financing.

Asking $5,000 per acre

Thibodeaux 320 Acres

Thibodeaux 320 Acres
Wheeler County, Texas
The Thibodeaux 320 acres is located NW of Shamrock on CR 9 approximately 5 miles north of I-40. This is a great hunting and cattle ranch with good grass and water. It would also make a great homesite. The ranch is well fenced, with some elevation change and is unimproved. There is also excellent hunting on the ranch with great quail and deer hunting. The ranch is watered with windmills and water wells. There is also some CRP with one of the tracts. If you are looking for a small ranch in the Texas panhandle then please take a look at this one.
There are other smaller tracts available!
Perimeter and Cross Fencing
Ranch Roads
Whitetail Deer
Wild Hogs
Hardwood Trees
Native Grasses
Solar Wells
Surface Only
Contact Dane Mount at 940-839-6247 or at to schedule your private showing!!

Castleberry/Hart Ranch with Wildlife Childress Co.

The Castleberry/Hart ranch is a wildlife heaven only 3 miles from the Childress city limits. Spend the night in Childress, and you are only a step away from your property. Everyone wants peace and quiet, no traffic, quick getaway, and wildlife everywhere. You can have it all in this Castleberry/Hart ranch. Lets go take a look!

Wildlife includes whitetail and mule deer, turkey, quail, dove, hogs, coyotes, and other varmints.

A highlight is that the ranch has been owned by the same family for 5 decades as a farming and cattle operation . It has had very little hunting pressure for all those years.

The road to the property stops at the gate, so there is one way in and one way out.

There are numerous possible home sites on the ranch to pick from.

Rural water and electricity are already in place.

There are 960 acres more or less total acres, with 112 acres of cultivation in the northwest corner of the property. There is 109 aces of old world bluestem in the southeast corner of the property. The remainder of the property is native rangeland consisting of mesquite, hackberry, cedar, willow, elm, cottonwood and native grasses.

There are three creek bottoms with good wildlife cover, along with two good ponds, and other small wet weather ponds.

The topography varies from steep to rolling, with draws for wildlife cover, and many views of parts of Childress County.

Wheat is generally grown in the cultivated field for cattle grazing, and makes for a large wildlife food plot.

The road system on the ranch is fair to good. It is primarily used, however, for feeding cattle.

Pens are located in the east central portion of the property and are in good shape.

Perimeter fences are in excellent shape and cross fences are in good shape.

Furthermore, the Childress Airport, restaurants, hotels, and Childress Regional Hospital are approximately 3-6 miles away.

You are invited to come take a look and see this property first hand for yourself. Give me a call to set your appointment.

Asking price is $1100 an acre

Irrigation & Dry land Farm with Wildlife !!! Childress

This nice property is a must see ! It is an irrigated, dry land, and range land farm that is split by the Childress County, Hardeman County lines. The farm lies in southeast of the small community of Kirkland, Texas.

The property consists of 224 acres of native pasture, 265 acres of dry land cultivation, and 135 acres of irrigated cultivation. Range land crisscrosses the entire 623.16 acres to create travel corridors for wildlife. The south Groesbeck creek, a wet weather creek, runs diagonal from northwest to southeast through the property.

There are three irrigation wells. One irrigation well is on the north half of the property that produces approximately 500 gallons per minute. The other two irrigation wells are on the south half , one producing approximately 500 gallons per minute, the other at approximately 600 gallons per minute.

The current tenant owns all of the irrigation equipment, and IT WILL NOT CONVEY with the sale of the land.

This farm is suitable to grow cotton, milo, wheat, and hay grazer.

The native range land is excellent hunting for whitetail deer, turkey, quail, hogs, dove, and other varmits that might include bobcats, and coyotes. The native range land also provides both a good habitat, and cover for wildlife. For the last three years, QUAIL have become more abundant in the area.

Native grasses, mesquite, and hackberry are found here.

Electricity is on the property.

The farm has two barns. One older 1500 sq. ft. barn with cement floor is in poor condition , an equipment 1250 sq. ft barn is in fair condition.

Price per acre is $1600.

Call Danny Havins for your private showing!!