Magnificent hill top ranch with amazing views overlooking Crabapple Valley. 3500 SF +/- main residence with 1000 SF +/- entertainment area and pool, 1300 SF +/- guest house with exercise room and 3 car garage. There is an insulated barn with 1 bedroom/1 bath and kitchen are...
The Swimmin Hole Ranch is the a place where family memories are made. 168 acres in Kimble County, Texas, just minutes from Junction TX and 40 minutes from Kerrville TX, The Swimmin Hole Ranch is a perfect getaway for family and friends. A secluded, private ranch behind an el...
Charming Pumice-Crete Southwest style home on Stollsteimer Creek; This Southwestern Chic home offering 3 bedrooms and 2 baths with 2,421 square feet of living space is ready to be your new home. This home borders Chimney Rocky National Monument and other large parcels of lan...
Kentucky Cattle and Crop Farm
631 Acres | $3,975,300
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One of south central Kentuckys finest diversified farms is now for sale. Enjoy quiet country living at its best with close proximity to Bowling Green, Kentucky. This property boasts ap...
The ranch is located northwest of Paducah, in the northwest corner of Cottle County. The property adjoins the 28,000+ acre Matador Wildlife Management Unit.
The property has historically been operated as a cow/calf cattle ranching operation, with the benefit of several hundred acres of cultivated farmland.
The ranch is comprised of an exceptional blend of rolling native grasslands and very productive cultivated farmland. Approximately 634 acres are cultivated, usually planted to winter wheat, hay grazer or other grains. Typically, the summer crops are baled and the stalks are seasonally grazed. The cultivated lands are a magnet for wildlife. Deer, turkey, and quail are plentiful, a
$2100 per acre. 1360.65 acre Ranch, lots to offer. Over 1 mile river frontage. Excellent cow place and hunting place with abundance of white tail deer and mule deer. Also turkey, quail, wild hogs, and fishing in river and 3 ponds on property. 2 miles paved HWY 83 frontage. 3b 1b 1638 sq.ft. rock home, 3b 1b 1240 sq.ft. guest house. 2100 sq.ft. metal implement building with 21x66 shed, 8x40 cargo storage, 24x28 metal shed, 5 water wells 50-80 ft. deep, solar powered. 2 springs in river run year round. 10 1,000 lb feeders & 10 nice deer blinds convey. Pipe pens, squeeze chute, Excellent fences. Wooded rolling hills to river bottom land. Seller will consider owner financing.
Baileys Pease River Ranch
Region: Rolling Plains
Property Type: Hunting Ranch/Cattle Ranch
Acres: 1,357 acres more or less
Price: $1,850.00 per Acre
Taxes: $294.10 approximate
Location: 9.75 Miles South of Kirkland, TX on 104
The Bailey Ranch is located on FM 104 10 miles south of Kirkland, Texas which is on Highway 287 between Childress and Vernon. FM 104 provides 1.15 miles of frontage which is the east boundary of the ranch. This is an exceptional hunting ranch consisting of 1,357 +/- acres of land with the breaks running south from the rolling plains to the Pease River. Highlighting the ranch is approximately 1.6 miles of the Pease River on the southern border of the ranch and two creeks
This is a good ranch, ready for your cattle also excellent hunting. It is fenced cross fenced several stock tanks and also community water. There is a good set of working pens and 175 acres of cultivation.
The Cottle County North Pease Ranch is located north of Paducah, Texas in Cottle County on the North Pease River.
The ranch lays on both sides of the river.
The perimeter fences and cross fences are good. A spring fed creek can be found on the southwest side of the ranch. Rural water is available for additional water. The Pease River runs approximately 1.8 miles through the property.
The ranch has numerous food plots strategically placed for your white tail mule deer, and turkey hunting.
The topography is great with good cover. Feeders and blinds are already in place. This ranch offers the peace and quiet your are looking for. The North Pease Ranch is a wonderful family get away and recreational ranch for hunting or
Located in Southeast Cottle County, the Otta Springs Ranch is 1193 +/- Acres of native pasture, 1025 of which is contiguous, 168 located 1 mile West, with 1 mile of Wichita River frontage. This ranch is a historic piece of Cottle County history, having been the location of the very first commissioned Post Office in the county. This ranch has ample cover for all types of wildlife, but is located in an area known for its big whitetail deer. A property like this one rarely enters the market, so dont miss your chance to own it. The Otta Springs Ranch offers lush native pasture for cattle grazing, and is currently leased as a cattle ranch, with the lease expiring at the end of this year.
Access is easy from all directions, with paved fronta
Hunting Ranch with Income!
Looking for a diverse hunting tract with two means of revenue? Look no further, this is your place. Located just North of Paducah, TX in central Cottle County, this ranch is loaded with awesome hunting. Whitetail AND Mule deer in abundance, (dont find that in many places), Bobwhite quail, Rio Grande Turkey, Dove, Wild hogs, and all types of varmints.
With over a mile of highway access, coupled with the layout of the land having multiple tree lines along interior fences, gives this ranch a feeling of being very secluded, with the convenience of easy access. There are approximately 328 acres in the CRP program until 2022, bringing in around $8,800.00 annually. Each pasture is cross fenced, and with three well
Do you want to be a neighbor to the Matador Wildlife Management Area? LOOK no further because the Russell Ranch can be yours and the Matador Wildlife Management Area can be your neighbor!! Everybody is running around looking for big deer, deer population, quail, and turkey.
THIS place will give someone the opportunity to own a special property that only comes along once in a lifetime!
WILDLIFE consists of Whitetail deer, Mule deer, quail, turkey, hogs, and varmints.
Approximately 500 of the 715 acres are in the CRP program and will pay through 2022.
There are shelter belts and brush on the east and southeast. On the west side are shelter belts.
A water well and electricity are both in place and working.
Fences are good
Whitetail deer, turkey, quail and varmints can be found on this King County Property.
Your neighbors to the east and south are large acreages so hunting pressure is low.
This ranch is rolling with a diverse brush canopy and large open areas that can be used for food plots for wildlife.
Brush species consist of shinnery, mesquite,hackberry, soapberry and plum thickets.
Fences are good to excellent.
Wind rights and water rights convey with the property. No mineral rights convey with the property due to active production in the southwest corner of the property.
Rural water and electricity are already on the property.
Cottle County 320 is a beautiful piece of Texas Rolling Plains rangelands that lies north of Paducah, Texas and borders the immense 28,000-plus acre Matador Wildlife Management Area. This tract is an ideal hunting property that features two distinct rangeland types, water provided by a pair of windmills, nearly new fencing, and the vestiges of a shelterbelt that provides year round cover and travel corridors for Rio Grande turkey, whitetail, mule deer, abundant bobwhite quail, feral pigs, mourning and whitewing doves, and the occasional scaled quail.
Hunting with income!
255 +/- acres, 226 of which is cultivated:
If you are looking for a place to hunt all types of game, with the potential to earn part of your investment back, this tract is for you! This farm is located NE of Paducah, TX, and offers easy access on pavement and county roads. Although this tract is mostly farm land, it hunts like it is all heavily covered. There is a seasonal creek that runs through the Northern half of the property, that serves as a wildlife superhighway, and offers plenty of cover for all types of game. This property also has large pastures on the North and East bordering property lines. In addition to the hunting potential, this place also has good farm land, that has been plant
The property is mostly flat with some small hills covered in brush on the East side and the remainder in covered in heavy grass and weeds. There is good hunting with deer(white tail and mule) turkey , quail,dove. There is an excellent metal building (shop/barn) with shed, electricity and a water well. This would make an excellent hunting camp. As a bonus the property is in the CRP program and the income is approx. $4,300 per year.
This nice property could serve as a home site, ranch, hunting property, or recreational property. It has 202.9 acres with 101 acres in cultivation and the remainder in native grasses. The place has some roll from north to south overlooking the town of Paducah, Texas. City water and electricity are available. There is abundant wildlife and room for food plots. There are no fences in place.
County Road 112 runs east and west on the north side making great access into the property. Deer tracks are everywhere and plenty of quail.
$850 an acre
This 161.5 acre property is 1/2 mile by 1/2 mile large, with road frontage along the west side. It is located in the Hackberry community of Cottle County, Texas, towards the end of a dead-end road, approximately ten minutes from the town of Paducah. The land lays just half a mile from the 120,000 acre Triangle Ranch and the Wichita River Valley on both its north and east side.
The ranch doesnt seem to have any hunting pressure around it, and I havent seen any blinds or feeders on the neighbors. You will find whitetail deer and feral hog here, with the potential for quail too. The ranch has not been grazed or hunted in years and just needs some feeders in place to start locking in game. The terrain is rolling, with flat areas that could b