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Gray County 640 acres Wildlife

This 640 acres in Gray County, Texas is truly a great hunting property or grazing cattle! Wildlife such as whitetail deer, quail, turkey and dove are plentiful. Food plots for wildlife can be put, just about anywhere, in the big draws on the property. Plum thickets are plentiful and draw in animals.

The perimeter fences are good and interior roads are good to fair.

Windmill water is present in the southwest corner of the property.

The ground is sandy and the roll of the land is outstanding.

Brush on the property includes shinnery, and plum thickets.

There are pipelines and gauges on the property.

Take a look at the photos of the ranch and see what you think.

This Gray County ranch is priced at $950/ac and is one of the few ranches for sale in Gray County.

Lee Farm

The Lee Farm is located in Childress County, in the Southeast corner of the Texas Panhandle, East of the city of Childress. Easily accessible, this location is South of US 287 and has county-maintained roads on all four sides; this property could make the perfect homestead, become a solid addition to an existing farming operation, or serve as an investment that generates consistent annual crop lease income. It has panoramic views in all directions, but especially from its highest point on the Southeast corner of the property. The Lee Farm is mostly cultivated, with soil types such as Abilene Clay Loam, Westview Clay Loam, and Vernon-Waymouth Clay Loam, allowing the new owner to grow many types of crops.
The cultivated acres, currently planted in wheat for grazing, has a good 5-strand barbed wire fence surrounding the perimeter of the property, which offers the producer or owner peace of mind that their cattle will be secure. The Lee Farm has two earthen tanks, providing water for wildlife and cattle, as well as a wet weather creek that cuts through the Northeast corner of the property, in addition to just over 30 acres of heavy cover/pasture. Rural water is available and located on the West side of the property, close to the shipping pens.
The Lee Farm is home to all types of wildlife, including white tail deer, bobwhite quail, Rio Grande turkeys, wild hogs, coyotes, and other types of varmints.
County Road frontage on four sides
2 Earthen tanks
Wet weather creek
Whitetail Deer
Bobwhite Quail
Wild Hogs
Mesquite trees
Currently planted in wheat
Surface only
Call me today for a private showing of this farm! 806-778-1597

RBD Home Place

RDB Home Place

$239,995 5 Acres
3 beds 2 Bathrooms 2167 Sq.Ft.
The minute you drive through the gate of this property, you are home. Situated on 5 acres just west of Paducah, this well-maintained home is the perfect place to raise a family, and to just get away from it all. It has 3 large bedrooms, 2 baths, a detached two car garage, with a large storm shelter underneath, and a large kitchen and dining room for those family meals to be shared together. The west side of the yard is lined by a row of big pecan trees, offering shade in the evenings, as well as numerous other pecan trees in the back yard. The back door in the kitchen opens up onto a large concrete patio, just right for entertaining friends and family on those cool summer nights. The living room is spacious, and the wood-burning fireplace will warm you in the winter time. This home also has a large utility room, and a host of built-in cabinets and hutches. Seller installed a new metal roof a couple months ago as well.
The RDB Home place has two large barns on the property as well…The first, a 3600 SF metal barn, with high ceilings that can be used to store your equipment and also has ample storage for all of your tools. The other, a 4400 SF metal building located on the east side of the property, which has 1900 SF finished, with an office/hobby room in the middle of the building. This second metal building can be utilized for numerous things. There are several overhead doors that open out into pens or runs that could easily be used for hunting dogs, show cattle, or horses. There is also a ton of storage in this building. Just use your imagination, and this building could be converted into anything you can think of.
3/2/2 home
Metal pipe fence around home
water well
2 large metal barns/buildings
storm shelter
Rural Water (King Cottle water)
One well
There is not another property on the market like this one. This is a very well maintained home and outbuildings, and will not last long on the market. Call me today to schedule an appointment to tour this property today!
Steven Beck, Agent
*Shown by appointment only
*Do not enter property without listing agent or seller
*Additional photos and video tour coming soon

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

Levi Ranch

Levi Ranch
Foard County, Texas
630 Acres
 The Levi Ranch is located on FM 98 in NE Foard County. It is a great combination cattle and hunting ranch that is just south of the Pease River. Mule Creek runs through the middle of the ranch from south to north. The creek is lined with huge hardwood trees and provides great habitat for the abundance of wildlife in this area. The ranch has 3 wheat fields scattered throughout that provide grazing for cattle and draw deer and other wildlife to the ranch. There is some elevation change and heavy tree cover. There also is excellent grass for cattle and the ranch is well watered with 4 tanks, Mule Creek and water wells. There is also rural water available for a cabin or homesite and electricity is already on the ranch. This is a well known deer hunting area and has produced trophy deer in the past. There are several irrigated farms in the area that grow alfalfa, peanuts and provide a great protein source to grow big deer. The ranch is just south of the Pease River that has some of the best hunting in N Texas. There are whitetail deer, turkey, quail, dove and wild hogs on the ranch. Mule Creek is a natural travel way for wildlife from the river to the alfalfa and peanut fields in this area. This ranch is a diamond in the rough that can be fixed up to the new owner’s taste. There are no significant improvements on the ranch other than fencing and corrals for cattle. The cultivated fields offer the cattleman options to increase grazing capacity. If you are looking for a hunting and cattle ranch in N Texas then please take a look at the Levi Ranch.
 Perimeter and Cross fencing
 Whitetail Deer
 Wild Hogs
  Hardwood Trees
   China Berry
 Native Grass
 4 Tanks
 Mule Creek
 Water Wells
 Rural Water ( Available)
 Available with an acceptable contract
Contact Dane Mount at 940-839-6247 or to schedule your private showing of the Levi Ranch!

Pease River Bottom Land

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

Childress Co. Wildlife 200 ac.


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

Hardeman Co. 172 ac. Wildlife and Minerals


This Hardeman Co. property of 172 acres is next to a big ranch. Thats generally what everyone wants! Best of all this one comes with Wildlife and Minerals! Minerals are available with an acceptable contract.

Wildlife in this area consists of Deer, Turkey, Quail, Dove, and Hogs.

The property consists of 33 acres of native pasture and the remainder is Old World Blue Stem with mesquite growth. Other vegetation includes native grasses, along with cedar, mesquite, and hackberry trees.

There is a power line running north and south on the east side of the property.

Rural water is on the northeast corner and one water well.

Most fences are good with the exception of the fence along the county road . The owner will replace it with a new fence.

This place comes with a 100% of owned minerals with an acceptable contract.

You can hunt, run cattle and / or just get away for a little peace and quite!

Call Danny for your private showing!

Tarver Childress Co. CRP & Wildlife -480 ac.


The Tarver Ranch consists of 480 acres with good wildlife cover and approximately 202 acres in CRP with the remainder in native range land. Topography is gentle slope . A drive around the property one will find lots of grass, birds, and deer. Wildlife in this area include whitetail deer, , quail, dove, and hogs.

The property is located in northern Childress County, Texas off Highway 62 on CR 24 approximately 1.5 miles south.

Perimeter fences are good, and electricity is available.

A rural water meter is in place.

The Tarver Ranch is REMOTE but Hollis, Oklahoma is only 6 miles away as the crow flies.

Please call for your private showing!

$1050 an acre

Shores Creek Ranch Childress Co.


LOOKING for a ranch with lots of topography?? Shores Creek Ranch has plenty of topography from one end to the other. Shores creek runs north to south on the west side of the property which has water most of the time. This unique ranch moves from sloping to rolling then drops off into draws running along the creek that provides excellent cover for wildlife.

Wildlife can include whitetail deer, turkey, quail, dove, coyotes, hogs, bobcats, also other varmits. Quail have become more abundant over the last three years in the Childress area.

One nice pond along the dammed creek on the south side has been there for many years. The creek and pond serve as watering holes for the wildlife.

This ranch has 239 acres of CRP expiring in 2023, and the remainder of the property is in native range land. Refer to map.

For hunting, running a few cows or just a recreation hideaway come take a look.

Brush includes: Cedar, Hackberry, Mesquite, Willow trees.

Farm to Market road 2103 curves and splits the ranch.

Improvements for the ranch include the following:

A barn and pens are on the south side of the property. A box car is on the north side of the property.

Fences are good, both perimeter and cross fences. Fences are above average!

Two water wells that haven’t been used for some time are present.

Electricity is on the property.

There is a power line that runs east and west along the south side of the property.

Childress Airport and Childress Regional Hospital are approximately ten miles away.

Asking price is $1500 an acre.