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Auction - Nov 07, 2016 at 10:00 AM 160 acres
109 N Main, Nash, OK 73761 - Grant County

11/7/16 Auction: 160 Acres of Grassland

LEGAL DESCRIPTION: NW/4 Sec25-T27N-8WIM Grant County, Oklahoma. This land has been planted to Bermuda grass except for the S/W corner which is native grass. The quarter lays well with Sand Creek running through the N/E corner. This is the old Goble home place and some improvements are still on the property. It is being used as a cattle farm currently, but could be used as a small grain farm also. Possible hunting in the north east corner. FSA INFO: 157.52 Farm Land acres, 121.93 DCP Cropland acres, 103.05 Wheat base acres. SOIL TYPE: Reinach very fine sandy loam Class I, Hawley fine sandy loam and Port silt loam Class II, Eda loamy fine sand Class III, Gracemont loam Class IV. TAXES: 2015 Taxes were $283.00. The 2016 taxes wi
Angie Lippard Lippard Auctioneers
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$669,000 320 acres
Jefferson Road & CR800, Wakita, OK 73771 - Grant County

320 acres Wakita, OK

This is a sweet property, with multiple uses, all while providing a good ROI. Currently, the farms are rented for grazing and farming. The soils on these two-quarters are some of the best dryland soils in the area producing good yields on row crops, and also a dense stand of Bermuda in the areas planted to grass. Although there isn't a ton of hunting cover on the farm, the creek running the entire length of the property provides ample water, lots of thick brush, and plenty of hardwoods to be a major travel corridor/bedding area, and keep a high number of deer, and consistently some great bucks on and around the farm. The 100+/- acres of tillable on the north 160 is planted to wheat every fall and it is nothing to see 20 to 40 deer on it
Tony Cerar Whitetail Properties
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$477,400 217 acres
Grady Road, Pond Creek, OK 73766 - Grant County

217 acres Pond Creek, OK

  These Salt Fork River bottom farms sure are hard to come by and its no wonder why. The potential to harvest 150+ class deer, shoot limits of ducks with consistency, limit out on upland birds, and call in some big gobblers in the spring, are all reality on this farm and up and down the Salt Fork river. Whether you want to farm or cash rent the tillable ground and graze the pasture for income, or just turn the place into a prime time hunting spot, it would be tough to find a more aesthetically pleasing property, with the options, potential, and inherently high-end hunting opportunities that are on this place, especially with over a 1/2 mile of river frontage and dense habitat. The farm has been lightly hunted over the past few yea
Tony Cerar Whitetail Properties
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$447,450 314 acres
Logan Road & CR950, Medford, OK 73759 - Grant County

314 acres Medford, OK

Well here is 314 Acres of  West Central Oklahoma grassland that is absolutely full of deer and upland birds. The seller owns two-quarter sections that are caddy corner from each other, the SW quarter has a 6-acre hold out which leaves us with 314 acres. There are 2 newer Redneck Blinds included in the sale, as well as 2 Banks Outdoors 275lb gravity feeders. The number of birds and deer on this 314 acres is crazy considering there aren't very many trees, which if you’re familiar with this part of the country you know some of the biggest bucks come from CRP fields and places where there sometimes isn't a tree for miles around.  The tillable portion of the property is currently planted to soybeans and will be followed u
Tony Cerar Whitetail Properties
$300,000 160 acres
Billings, OK 74630 - Grant County


Listing # OK-377 Price $300,000 160 acres m/l. Grant County Oklahoma cropland for sale on SALT FORK OF THE ARKANSAS RIVER. Soil types are suitable for all crops grown in the area. Current owner sells water to city of Billings Oklahoma. There is neighboring irrigation on adjacent property. This farm is located approximately 7 miles north of Billings Oklahoma, then 1 mile west; or 4 miles south of Lamont Oklahoma then 5 miles east. USDA info shows: 164.6 acres farmland, 149.22 dcp cropland; 145.9 base acres with 38 bu. wheat yield. Legal SE/4 section 13-25N-3W, Grant County Oklahoma. Priced at $300,000. water rights and oil & gas minerals are negotiable.
Shane Terrel Hunting Country Real Estate LLC
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$225,000 80 acres
Haskel & CR900, Medford, OK 73759 - Grant County

80 acres Medford, OK

This is an exceptional hunting farm in a good hunting neighborhood. The harvest and trail camera photos from previous seasons are impressive, and the hunting this year could be the best yet. With this property and the 240 acres to the east all having been under strict management and a supplemental feeding program the last few years, not only are there some big bucks in the area but there is a high deer density in general, as well as high quail and pheasant populations, and some turkey, including a few big toms that have been seen on the property, just not hunted. The deer are currently getting a 50/50 blend of corn and antler max out of a couple 600 lb. Banks Outdoors gravity feeders and  the farm is outfitted with all kinds of hang on
Tony Cerar Whitetail Properties
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$210,700 98 acres
E 0250 Road, Lamont, OK 74643 - Grant County

98 acres Lamont, OK

There aren't very many places in the country you can shoot a 150" buck, a limit of ducks, a big gobbler, a couple roosters, and a limit of quail, all on the same farm, but this is for sure one of them. There is a wetland easement on the property which prevents any permanent structures from being able to be built and also doesn’t allow for any farming or livestock production to take place, which if you're in the business of owning a top notch hunting farm isn't necessarily a bad thing. The grasses have been improved on the farm and provide great cover for the birds and deer. The river bottom is full of mature timber including some of the biggest cottonwoods you have ever seen and provides an ideal sanctuary for all kin
Tony Cerar Whitetail Properties
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