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578 FM 1166 Hardeman County

178+ Acres in Hardeman County Texas, North of Quanah on HWY 6 FM 1166.

Excellent Cow/ Calf place with endless hunting, possibilities consisting of 90 ac in Cultivation and remainder in Coastal and Native grasses

New  6 wire fence around perimeter and cross fences as well

Dividing property into 4 pastures

There are 2 new concrete water tanks, new holding pen, several horse runs

2 shipping containers for storage and tack rooms, and 3 other small traps for holding pens

Very Nice 3 bedroom, 2 bath house with 2 car garage.

Brick siding and 5 yr old metal roof

Spacious rooms and storage  with water well

Extra storage building all on paved frontage on East and South sides

Crain Property

The Crain property consists of approximately 151 acres of CRP and the remainder in native pasture. The annual CRP payment is $31.00/ac.  Fences are good on the east, north, and south with no fence on the west side.  This property is a hunting paradise with whitetail deer, turkey, hogs, quail, dove and all kinds of varmints.  The property sits in the far northeast part of Childress County and the far northwest part of Hardeman County which is about as remote as you can get.  The brush consists of mesquite, soapberry, hackberry, and shinnery.  Electricity is available.  There is a deeded easement to the property.  If you like peace and quiet and like remote then this place is for you.

Offered at $900.00 per acre

Give Danny Havins a call at 940-839-5152 or email at

Double R Ranch

Ready, Set, Go!! Here is your chance at a Childress Co. property with excellent hunting and close to town! Its all set up for your memorable hunting experience. Bring the friends! Bring the family! A MUST SEE!

It has lots of WILDLIFE which includes Whitetail deer, Mule deer, turkey, dove, quail, hogs, and varmints. A 17 point Whitetail was taken in 2018 that weighed 222 pounds.

Mesquite, Cedar, and Hackberry trees along with native grasses are found on the property and give good cover for wildlife. The terrain is rolling.

The Double R Ranch has approximately 110 acres of native pasture and 100 acres of cropland. There is a wet weather creek, 3 ponds, and a well. Electricity is on site. The 80-foot water well services the campsite.

An extra for the grandkids is the pond stocked with catfish and it has an aerator.

The campsite itself is comprised of a 40-foot container with living quarters and a 24-foot R.V. trailer that is covered by a 31×42 metal cover on a 4-inch concrete slab.

A game hanger is onsite and fences are good to fair.

A gun range has been set up for 100 yards, 50 yards, and 25 yards.

With this property, you can have the seclusion for hunting and still not have far to go to town!

Childress has several good restaurants, a winery, Stoney Ridge Golf course, Wal-Mart, and Childress ATV park. Childress airport is available to most aircraft. Childress Regional Hospital is on the west side of town.

Legal Description: East 210 acres, N/2 section 539 ABM Childress County, Tx.

Price is $1,700 an acre.

Call Danny Havins at 940-839-5152 for your private showing.

Mints Ranch | Wilbarger County


The Mints Ranch consists of 2642 Acres and is located on US 283 and Diving Board Rd in the Southern part of Wilbarger County Texas formally known as Mack Community. The property is part of the Texas Land Heritage program, being owned and operated by the same family for over 140 years. It is also located directly in the middle of the famed W. T. Waggoner Ranch. Located with highway frontage approximately 20 miles South of Vernon and 20 miles North of Seymour on US Highway 283. Also, it is just a short 2 to 2 1/2 hour drive West of the DFW Metroplex.


This 2642 +/- acre ranch is basically gently rolling plains with several flatlands. The ranch has 255 +/- acres of cropland and several valley type locations along the 4+ miles of heavily wooded creek bottoms with several beautiful scenic overlooks. There are approximately 600 acres of expired CRP lands consisting of Switchgrass, Bluestems, and Coastal Bermuda grasses. The remainder of the heavy clay soil is covered in native pastures with heavy mesquite to some pastures that have been sprayed or grubbed. The combination of native and improved pastures along with the cropland has historically carried 200-275 head of mother cows.

There is approximately a mile highway frontage to the West on 283 and approximately 2 miles of county maintained frontage to the North on Diving Board Road. The property is divided into 15 pastures with good cross fences and good perimeter fences, most being 5 wire barbed wire. There are 22 earth tanks scattered throughout the property providing each separate pasture with more than adequate water for livestock and wildlife. Many of the stock tanks are stocked with bass, crappie, perch, and catfish and many have rock bottoms.


Mints Ranch has been outfitting seasonal hunters for the last 18 years. There is an abundance of Whitetail Deer, Feral Hogs, Javalina, Bobcats, Coyotes, Rio Grande Turkey, Dove, and Bobwhite Quail. The Mints Ranch has basically been the only developed hunting property within a 25-mile radius. Over the last 18 years of outfitting, there has been an average of 140-160 class Whitetail Deer with several exceeding 175-180 inches. Along with the 255 acres of cropland, there are numerous small food plot spaces scattered throughout the 2642 total acres.  Along with many corn feeders, hunting blinds are also negotiable in the purchase of the property.


There are several structures on the property and many having historical significance to the property. The Old Homeplace house was built during the late 1890s. It was in use for outfitting until 2017 and could possibly be renovated and made into a very unique hunting lodge. There is also a barn that was built around the same time as the house with a side shed and is still used as a game skinning area.

Also, a large set of pipe corrals connect with the barn. In 2017 bunkhouses were added built from three 40′ containers consisting of 2 bathrooms with showers and room to comfortably accommodate up to 20 people. The bunkhouse area also has a 3000-gallon water holding tank with pump and hot water heater to supply bathrooms. A 20 x 20 shed has also been used as a kitchen/dining area. There is also a septic system attached to the bathrooms. Bunkhouses are all insulated and equipped with electricity and window A/C units. There is electric service to the bunkhouse/camp area and there are also service lines along the North side of the property on Diving Board Rd. There is a smaller set of pipe pens on the northern side of the property. Many of the perimeter fences are new to good condition as same as cross fences.


The mineral rights and wind rights that ARE OWNED by the owner are subject to negotiation in the purchase of the property.


The Mints Ranch has been owned and operated by the same family for over 140 years. It has been registered in the Texas Land Heritage Program and proudly operated as such. The Mack Community once flourished until the early 1900s and had a school and general store. The Mack Cemetery is located on a location next to the Mints Ranch. The Mints Ranch is located directly in the middle of the famed W. T. Waggoner Ranch and has always maintained a great neighboring relationship. This would be a great opportunity to have a piece of historical property in the Great State of Texas that would provide great enjoyment through cattle production and extremely opportunistic hunting possibilities.


Contact Randall Mints at (940)839-6285 or

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Mints Ranch Wilbarger County Tx.


2642 Acres | Wilbarger County Tx
Contact: Randall Mints at (940)839-6285

Melton Ranch North Childress Co.

Are you looking for a great hunting ranch, cow-calf or yearling operation? Look no further than this north Childress County property. Childress County is a prime whitetail deer and quail hunting area.

The 596 acre Melton Ranch consists of cropland fields converted to Old World Bluestem surrounded by native pasture and brush. The property supports a good native grass composition. Mesquite, hackberry and lotebush make up the brush species on the ranch. The perimeter fences are in good shape with a set of pens on the west side of property.

A two bedroom, one bath older brick home is located on the north side of the ranch. Water is supplied by a well to the house and a small cabin with a bath. Three other water wells, run by solar pump, are on the property also. A shop is next to the house for storing vehicles and atv’s.

38 Acres Bowie, Tx. Montague County


38 acres of land for sale on Butler Ranch Road,  Bowie, Montague County, Tx.  $152,00 @ $4,000 per acre.

Description:  This property is mostly native grassland with some clusters of mesquite trees mostly on the north side. The land is higher in elevation than the property to the West and South showing a nice view of the landscape for about a mile. The fences are in good shape and considered to be above average. There is a valley that drops to about 12 feet at one point. This valley starts at the backside of the stock pond and the area formed by the run-off of water when the pond is full and the excess that goes around the spillway has formed a low valley that if a dam were built across it there would be two stock ponds on the property. There is a large cluster of plumb thickets on the property. It has just produced a large number of plums.

Surface water:  This property has a stock pond of about half an acre that must be at least 10 ft deep in the center because it holds enough water to prevent it from going dry during the recent drought. The pond is also spring fed according to the owner. It does look clear and blue which is a good sign it is spring-fed. Have never seen muddy water in the pond. The pond had a large crop of bullfrogs in it this spring. I have only seen one snake in the pond since showing it and not seen any turtles.

Well water: There is no water well on the property but there is a well nearby on the 52 acres to the north. The well next door produces about 4-5 gallons of water a minute.

Utilities: There is an electric meter on the pole which is about 100 feet from the entrance to the property. This pole has a transformer on it.

Livestock: In the lane that travels west there is a small corral that the owner used for working cattle. It has a squeeze shoot to hold cattle while working them. This place has had cattle on it for the past few years but about 3 months ago the owner sold them. This has renewed the grass to its normal height of about 4-6 inches. The owner ran about 12-15 cows and calves on the 38 acres. He brought out a round bale about twice a month depending on how often it rained.

Wildlife:  Whitetail deer usually cross the property especially when the owner’s friend kept his game feeder operating. Also a group of turkeys has at least 12 mature turkeys in it. Occasionally I have seen dove, coyote, bob cat but rarely see hogs. However, with a feeder operating game animals should come around as they did a few months ago.

Property taxes: This 38 acres is agriculture exempt. A great thing about this property is that the taxes should be between $30-$100 a year because of the exempt tax status. They were only $64 a year when the property was 52.9 acres. 14 acres was sold out of that tract so taxes should be less.

Advantages of owning this property are:

  1. The property taxes should be less than $64 a year
  2. Remote from housing- allows hunting and firing a gun in any direction
  3. Future investment since the area is now low population. In the future when population growth has moved north from Bowie this property will quickly increase in value in a normal economic growth period. 4. There is a chance to buy more land from the neighbors who have several hundred acres
  4. It is priced less per acre than other properties that are undeveloped in rural Montague County near Bowie, Texas
  5. There is already an electric meter on the property
  6. The stock pond is spring water.
  7. There is a large plumb thicket
  8. There are several deer and a large herd of turkey that roam the area
  9. The neighbors are friendly and are above average in their work income.
  10. The property is higher in elevation that most of the surrounding properties.
  11. The lane (road into the property) is 40 ft. wide (wider than the county road) and you would own it.
  12. The supervisor at the highway barn for the county says that he will be putting gravel on Butler Ranch Road, which will improve the value from that improvement.
  13. The installation of the bridge will be a good factor in increasing the value of this property.


Financing: Owner may finance with a large down payment.


Location:   33.685638,  -97.974155  

Directions from Bowie: This property is north of Bowie Texas as you travel north on hwy 81 eight miles to near Stoneburg Texas. Just before entering Stoneburg, FM 1806 crosses the highway. Turn West for one mile where you cross a bridge then immediately turn right onto Campbell road. Campbell road comes to a “T” then turn right onto Hopewell road and follow it as it curves to the left then travel for a mile. After crossing the bridge immediately turn right onto Butler Ranch Road, then travel north to cross the second cattle guard. At the top of the rise there is a big elm tree with an aluminum gate next to it. This is the entrance to the property.

Directions from Bellevue : Bellevue Texas is on Hwy 287 where all the businesses are on the west side of the highway. North of the convenient store a few feet and across the highway is Studdard road. Travel on Studdard road keeping to the right at the fork in the road then keep traveling and making the curves. At the farmhouse, which is at the fork in the road, turn right which is then Shoemaker road. Travel up Shoemaker road at least a mile and turn right onto Hopewell road. This road makes a couple of curves then turns east for maybe a quarter of a mile and then continue slowly when you see the bridge/creek ahead. Keep looking to the left for Butler Ranch Road. There is no sign. This is the only road that has a cattle guard at the entrance. Butler Ranch road is a maintained county road. Continue north crossing a second cattle guard. Next to the large elm tree is the aluminum gate to the property.


Burgess Ranch

Burgess Ranch

517 acres, more or less north of Matador, Texas on the North Pease River, is a hunter’s paradise. The upland country has a good roll to it with a few draws and on the north end the topography takes off down the hill to the river. You have the best of both worlds hunting the Burgess ranch.

Brush species include mesquite, cedar, hackberry, lotebush, and sandsage. The composition of the native grasses is good. A 20 acre food plot is in place for wildlife to travel from the river bottom to the edge of the upland part of the ranch without detection.

The water well on the south end and the river on the north end of the ranch are the sources of water. There is electricity in place with two RV sites, septic tank and 50 amp plug. The perimeter fences and cross fences are in excellent condition.

Wildlife consists of whitetail deer, mule deer, turkey, quail, dove, hogs and varmints. CR 130 runs east off of FM 2009 and dead ends into the ranch.

This is an excellent hunting ranch off the beaten path surrounded by larger ranches.

Come take a look at this property and you will want to make it your personal getaway.

Go 10 miles north of Matador on Hwy. 70 and turn left on FM 2009. Go 6 miles to CR 130 and go east until the road ends.

Asking Price $1000/ac.

Schedule your private showing today! If you have questions, Call Danny Havins at 940-839-5152

Farm & Hunting Cottle

Farm & Hunting Cottle

Location: Kirkland, Texas
County: Cottle
Price: $504,000

This nice dry land farm is 6 miles south of Kirkland, Texas with the majority of the land in northern Cottle County.

New fences, water well with solar panel and pond are all on this 420 acre property!

333 acres are in dry land cultivation with the remainder in native pasture. The native pasture consists of native grasses, and mesquite.

Cotton, wheat, and milo can be raised on the dry land farm.

There is good hunting on the north end on the 75 acres of range land. Heavily wooded with wheat ground that runs up into the wooded areas. Therefore making this area prime feeding areas for deer.

Asking price per acre is $1200.

Location is: Go approximately 8 miles south-east down 287 from Childress, Texas to the small community of Kirkland, Texas. Turn south on farm to market road 1033 then to County Road 384 go west 2 miles. The county road will curve back to the north. This property lies to the north and east of County Road 384.

Northside Place

The Northside Place, in Wilbarger County, will make someone an excellent cow-calf or yearling operation.

The total acreage is 310 ac. plus or minus. There are 122 ac. in coastal Bermuda and 188 ac. in cultivation.

Improvements include a loafing shed, excellent fencing, pipe pens, a cement water trough, one water well and two rural water meters.

This property is just south of Northside School on the east side of Hwy. 283 and south of county road 108 East.

Asking price is $1,500/ acre.

14500 CR 122 West 160 acres



160 Acres located in Farmers Valley just north of the Pease River. There are approximately 40 acres in pasture, a good pond, and the remainder is cultivation.

The owner will convey 1/2 of minerals that are owned by the seller.

Call Allen for more information 940-357-1652