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House & 160 Acres

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

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

Fuqua Trust Ranch

Fuqua Trust Ranch
440 Acres + or –
Stephens County, Oklahoma
$1795/Acre
The Fuqua Trust Ranch is located approximately 5 miles SE of Duncan , Oklahoma just east of Hwy 7 on Cherokee Rd. This is a great piece of property for a small cattle operation or a perfect place to build a home. It has good access off of Cherokee Rd and Comanche Lake Rd. It is slightly rolling with good grass and plenty of water. It has 4 ponds scattered around the ranch and and good perimeter fencing. The ranch could be crossed fenced to rotate the cattle to optimize the grazing potential.  The ponds are scattered to help water different pastures if cross fencing was put in. There are several home building sites on the ranch that would both be private and give you an excellent view. The ranch also offers recreational hunting and fishing potential. There are several oaks and post oaks throughout the property that provide cover and shade for the cattle and wildlife. This is a real pretty piece of property that is just a short drive from Duncan. This property is a diamond in the rough that the new owner can develop to their taste. If you are looking for a place for a small cattle operation or a perfect place to build a home in the country then please take a look at the Fuqua Trust Ranch!!
Improvements
 Electricity
 Corrals
 Perimeter Fence
 Ranch Roads
Wildlife
 Quail
 Dove
 Duck and Geese
 Whitetail Deer
 Vegetation 
  Oaks
  Post Oaks
  Bluestem Grass
  Bermuda and Buffalo Grass
Water
 4 Ponds
Minerals
 Surface Only
Price
 $1795/Acre
Contact Dane Mount at 940-839-6247 or dane@davisvernon.com to schedule your private showing!!

Thibodeaux 320 Acres

Thibodeaux 320 Acres
Wheeler County, Texas
$1695/Acre
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!
Improvements
Electricity
Perimeter and Cross Fencing
Ranch Roads
Corrals
Wildlife
Whitetail Deer
Quail
Dove
Turkey
Wild Hogs
Vegetation
Hardwood Trees
  Elm
  Cottonwood
Mesquite
Cedar
Native Grasses
Water
Windmills
Solar Wells
Minerals
Surface Only
Price
$1695/Acre
OTHER SMALLER TRACTS AVAILABLE!!
Contact Dane Mount at 940-839-6247 or at dane@davisvernon.com 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 $1250 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!!

Johnson Ranch

Johnson Ranch
411 + or – Acres
Foard County, Texas
$1250/Acre
The Johnson Ranch is located just south of Crowell Texas in Foard county. It is a combination hunting and cattle ranch. It consists of native pasture and some cultivation that is currently planted in wheat. The ranch has excellent perimeter and cross fences. It is setup to rotate the cattle to optimize the grazing potential. There is approximately 180 acres of cultivation scattered throughout the ranch that is planted in wheat. Not only is the wheat used for grazing cattle but it is a great food source for the deer in the area. There are three tanks and one well that provide water for the cattle and wildlife. There is also a wet weather creek that provides great habitat for the wildlife. The ranch is surrounded by large neighbors with minimal hunting pressure. There is rural water and electricity available for a cabin or lodge if the new owner desires to build one. This ranch is slightly rolling with good draws and heavy tree cover and good grass. If you are looking for a small hunting and cattle operation with minerals then please take a look at this one!!
Improvements
 Perimeter and Cross Fences
 Corrals
 Ranch roads
 Electricity (available)
Wildlife
 Whitetail Deer
 Quail
 Dove
 Turkey
 Duck & Geese
 Wild Hogs
Vegetation
 Hardwoods
  Hackberry
 Mesquite
 Cedar
 Native Grass
 Wheat
Water
 3 Tanks
 Wet Weather Creek
 Rural Water ( available )
Minerals 
 Available with an acceptable contract
Price
 $1250/acre
Contact Dane Mount at 940-839-6247 or dane@davisvernon.com to schedule your private showing!!

Hord Ranch

Hord Ranch
160 + or – Acres
Knox County, Texas
$1250/Acre
The Hord Ranch is located in NW Knox County and is very remote with large neighbors. It consist of mostly cropland with a huge draw running through the middle of the property. The cropland is currently planted in wheat and is being grazed by cattle. The draw consist of mainly heavy mesquite cover ,some cedar and hackberry trees with good grass. The draw is a natural travel way for the wildlife in this area, with the wheat fields on either side providing  a great food source for them as well. There is a water well in place for water for the cattle and wildlife. There is also an old tank that needs some work but could be fixed to hold water as well. The ranch is well fenced , with water and electricity in place. This ranch is at the end of a county road and is very remote and secluded.  This is a great little hunting and cattle ranch!
Improvements
 Perimeter Fence
 Electricity
 Corrals
Wildlife
 Whitetail Deer
 Turkey
 Quail
 Dove
 Wild Hogs
Vegetation
 Hackberry
 Mesquite
 Native Grass
 Wheat
Water
 Water well
 Tank
 Wet Weather Creek
Minerals
 Available with an acceptable contract!
Price
 $1250/Acre
Contact Dane Mount at 940-839-6247 or dane@davisvernon.com to schedule your private showing!!