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Land for sale in Happy Texas

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$1,320,000 1,200 acres
Happy, TX 79043 - Randall County

McMurry Ranch

1200 acres, excellent cattle ranch south of Canyon approximately 12 miles. +/-360 acres of dry land cultivation; +/-840 acres of grass land/pasture. Water includes 1 stock pond, and 2 windmills with overflow ponds. Working pens, chute and loading facilities, cross fencing. Good access off of FM 1705 (northern frontage) and Hope Rd.(eastern frontage). Rare opportunity for this much acreage so close to Canyon.
JT and Jaime Haynes Triangle Realty
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$1,241,000 1,416 acres
Happy, TX 79042 - Castro County

Swisher/Castro 1416

Approximately 12 miles SW of Happy, TX, this +/-1416 acre property makes an excellent cattle ranch with +/-527 acres of dry land cultivation and +/-889 acres of grass land/pasture. Nestled on the Swisher and Castro county line, this property is typical Panhandle terrain is quite romantic and picturesque for those seeking to take in the true feel of the High Plains. This property is broken into 3 tracts, which can be purchased separately or all together. See Hydro/Topo/Google Map for reference.
Craig Cooper Triangle Realty
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$699,500 906 acres
Happy, TX 79042 - Swisher County

906 Acres Native Grass Happy Tx

The 906 acres is divided by County Rd 3. With roughly 633 acres that sits on the West side of County Rd 3 and 273 acres on the East side. Both places boast a great stand of native grass and bluestem mix that has been well maintained. This property could be easily cross fenced for a rotational grazing program. An additional section of property that borders on the West side with 151 acres of dry land farm ground and the balance in native grass could be purchased as well to make 1,546 total acres. Each property has its own domestic well that feeds new fiberglass drinking tubs with floats. On the 273 acres there is a 1,680 gallon fiberglass tub and on the 633 acres the fiberglass tub is 3000 gallons. On the 633 acres there are some older wel
Brock Thompson Triangle Realty