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Land for sale including Horse Property in Hardeman County Texas

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$325,000 87 acres 4 Beds | 2 Baths | 3400 sqft
County Road 91, Chillicothe, TX 79225 - Hardeman County

Cattle Ranch with Home & Barn!

This 87 +/- acre northwest Texas cattle ranch is located in eastern Hardeman County, Texas, by the city of Chillicothe. It has roads on all four sides, two are paved and two are dirt. The acreage use is broken down as such: - 70 acres of cultivated farm land (40 acres of which can be irrigated with a circle pivot) - 13.5 acres of coastal pasture - balance in house & yards, barns, and roadways This farm is flat, with sandy loam soils, perfect for growing coastal hay, wheat, canola, sudan, or cotton. The whole property is fenced and has been used by the current owner to graze cattle. It has a 30' x 60' metal barn, with a concrete floor. Eight water wells service the property, including the house and the irrigation station (there
Ben Belew & Beau Byars Legacy Properties
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$117,600 84 acres
Emerson Rd., Chillicothe, TX 79225 - Hardeman County

Wanderers Creek Farm

This 84 +/- acre farm is just a few miles south of the town of Chillicothe in Hardeman County, Texas, on the west side of Emerson Rd. where the Wanderers Creek bridge is. It is a mixed use property, with lots of potential for ranching, farming, and hunting. Originally, this property was developed as a pecan orchard, and it still has irrigation lines running all across it, with sprinkler heads and valves in place. The whole system is fed by an irrigation well with a 5 horsepower submersible pump, powered through public electric lines. Per the owner, it should be capable of producing 150 gpm of water; buyer is welcome to inspect the well and any other thing on this farm. When it was in use, it was capable of running four irrigation lin
Ben Belew & Beau Byars Legacy Properties