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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 $1250 an acre
This dry land farm consists of 333 acres in cultivation with the remainder in native pasture. The farm has supported cotton, wheat, and / or milo in the past.
There is good hunting at the north end of the property, on the approximately 75 acres of native range land. Here you will find that it is Heavily Wooded with wheat ground that runs up into the wooded areas. THESE ARE PRIME FEEDING AREAS FOR DEER and other wildlife. Wildlife consists of deer, turkey, dove, and other varmints.
This dry land farm is 6 miles south of Kirkland with the majority of the land in northern Cottle County. The Childress County and Cottle County line runs through it.
Asking price is $700 per acre.
978 +/- Acres
Pease River bottom land located only minutes from Vernon. This is a diverse property that includes hunting, cultivation and pasture.
Approximately 1 mile of river frontage!
Whitetail deer, wild hogs, turkey and varmints inhabit the area.
Good fences are around the ranch with several cross fences for rotation.
Approximately 130 Acres of cultivation.
4 Water wells and city water is available.
Hunting and gravel leases provide income for the new buyer.
Vegetation includes plum thickets, pecan trees, a variety of other mature trees, Johnsongrass, love, big bluestem and switch grasses.
One of the most convenient ranches in Texas with food, gas and lodging less than a 10 minute drive.
Contact Bill Bristo for your private showing at (940) 357-0203 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Description- 20 Acre property on the corner of Orchard Rd. & Fruitland Rd. just south of Bowie less than a 10 minute drive to town. This country setting is in a quiet neighborhood with well groomed properties and friendly neighbors. The property has been used to grow coastal grass and harvest it into round bales for the owner’s horses and cattle. Perfect for horse ranch because of the sandy soil and grazing. Property is fenced on 3 sides. Electricity runs along the county road for easy access. Driving from Bowie is on a paved highway on FM 3043 till Orchard Rd. turning right down the gravel road for about 1/4 mile. Fences are in great shape. Building restrictions = a living space of at least 1,200 sq. ft. and can be of metal such as a barn with apartment/living quarters in it.
Call Jerry Williams – 940-642-4830 Davis Vernon Real Estate
Dryland farm with a small patch of native grass, brush, and trees. Rural water is available off of FM 1037.
Legal Description: 142.12 acre tract located in Section 4, A.B.&M Survey, abstract #1366, Cottle County, Texas.
Minerals: Subject to previous reservation of record.
Price: $700 an acre
This 146.75 acres is made up of 116.8 acres of CRP, and the remainder of the land is in native range land consisting of big draws and a creek with a few springs.
CRP expires in 2023. Grasses included in the CRP are old world bluestem, and side oats grama.
The CRP and native range land supports all kinds of wildlife. This wildlife includes deer, turkey, quail, hogs and other varmits! Draws, and brush provide good cover for wildlife.
The property is not fenced.
Electricity is available.
Seller will convey 1/2 of the minerals owned to buyer with an acceptable contract.
Asking price is $1000 an acre.
Call Danny for your private showing!
This 200 acre property with good wildlife, consists of 61 acres of native country, and 139 acres of wheat ground with a wet weather creek. The 61 acres cuts the cultivation up making nice food plots for wildlife. Outside fences are good and there is one small pond. Next to the pond is a water well with submersible pump. County roads are on two sides making it accessible. There is one oil well on the property.
Wildlife include: Deer , Turkey, Dove, Hogs, and other wildlife
Water: one water well w/ submersible pump, small pond
Vegetation: Native grasses, Mesquite, Hackberry, Elm, Lotebush
$950 an acre