Very nice Ranch with multiple buildings, tanks, trees and fields.
Perfect for hunting, weekend retreat or primary residence.
House is functional yet needs attention.
Value is in land.
Easy access to triplex.
Family owned so we can owner finance the property for you....
McAlester Lake Ranch runs 1500 cows. 5 homes & many improvements.
Acres: 7,500 +/- ACRES
Price: $2,250 per acre
Location: S.E. Oklahoma, Pittsburg County, 10 miles North of McAlester and joins the North side of Lake McAlester. It is centrally l...
Texas Cattle and Hunting Ranch Auction
26,867 Total Acres Offered in 22 Tracts and Combinations
Hudson Ranch | Wichita County, TX | 2% Buyers Broker Fee
May 12 10 AM CT
Minimum Opening Bid: $440 Per Acre Sells to Highest Bidder
Property Previews: Call for Showi...
Trinity Forest is a historic & intensively managed forestry property with healthy varying ages of pine plantations & intermittent Stream-side Management Zones (SMZ's) along creek drains. Excellent public road frontage & access with excellent internal road system for forestry...
Rock Lake is located just 10 miles southwest of Memphis, Texas. The property is about 1.5 hours southeast of Amarillo, Texas, and about 2.5 hours northeast of Lubbock, Texas.
Picturesque recreational property in Hall County, Texas. The combination of rolling topography, a large stocked lake, live water, and brush cover create a place for deer, quail and other wildlife to feel protected. There are +/- 134.5 acres enrolled in CRP until September of 2020. Rock Lake is being managed for its white tail deer and quail. There are several feeders and blinds scattered across the property. Game cameras have been recently setup on the property and the pictures can be viewed from the photo roll.
This property is located in northwest Hall County near the Briscoe County line. It lies about 16 miles south of Clarendon, Texas, and about 23 miles west of Memphis, Texas. Amarillo, Texas, is just over an hour drive to the northwest from the property and Lubbock, Texas, is about 2 hours southwest.
Nearly 1/2 section of great dryland farming in potentially good water area. Ground is mostly flat and readily available for agricultural uses. Property has a small farm house and a detached garage, centrally located on the farm with access to HWY 70. It is currently planted in cotton.
Two test wells have been recently drilled promising good water.
Hall County is known fo
The property is located about 5 miles south of Turkey, TX, and about 100 miles southeast of Amarillo, TX and 100 miles northeast of Lubbock, TX.
Idyllic Hall County recreational property with tree cover, slightly sloping ground, and natural grasses. The area is known for great deer, dove, and hog hunting. Property borders Kent Creek attracting a good amount of wildlife. Great place for quick weekend getaways with equal hour and a half trips from Lubbock and Amarillo, TX and easy access with frontage on HWY 70.
There is a creek that runs nearby on the east side of the property that draws wildlife to this grassland acreage.
The natural and gently s
The Price farm is an excellent CRP property with six years remaining in the program. It has a good stand of grass which could be grazed after coming out of CRP or could be broken out and farmed. The property is level to slightly rolling. Included with the property is a 3 bedroom, 1 bath house with a metal roof and storm windows. There is a cellar adjacent to the house. Water is supplied from a well.
Richard HefleyColdwell Banker First Equity, Realtors
This property is located in north central Hall County about 9.5 miles southwest of Memphis, Texas. Amarillo International Airport is about 1.5 hours to the northwest and Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, is about 3.5 hours to the northeast.
1/4 section of prime recreational land in Hall County, Texas. Indian Creek runs along its eastern border north to south towards the Prairie Dog Fork of the Red River. An abundance of wildlife are attracted to the land with its natural grasses, thick brush cover, and ample water supply.
Youree place features an electric well with storage tank. A portion of Indian Creek runs along the eastern border of the property as well.
Hall County is k
The Davis Brothers Family Absolute Multi-Parcel Auction is an offering of 1280+/- acres of dryland farm ground which will also include all of the owned producing minerals. The property will be offered in two surface tracts being approximately 640 acres each as well as two corresponding mineral tracts which the family believes they own all of the minerals. Buyers will have the opportunity to bid on individual tracts, combination of tracts, or buy the property in its entirety.
AUCTION LOCATION: OLoughlin Center, 502 S. Brandt Street; Spearman, Texas
DATE: Thursday, May 18 at 2:00 PM, Registration Required (Registration begins at 1:00 PM)
Possibly the most noteworthy fact of the Davis Brothers Property, is that
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Full Description: Rare Opportunity of a very large-productive farm and 1.2 million bushel elevator in Dallam County! This 11,120 acre farm is a perfect combination of corn, wheat or small grain farm with the ability to support a winter grazing program. Farm is currently growing 4,500 acres of irrigated corn, 3,125 acres of irrigated "graze-out" triticale, 250 acres of irrigated wheat and 250 acres of irrigated triticale grown for seed and 125 acre of irrigated triticale grown for hay. Farm improvements include late model Reinke sprinklers throughout, late model engines, 2 houses and 2 trailer house for on farm labor. Farm also has storage for liquid and anhydrous ammonia. In combination to this great property is a 1.2 mill
Knox Ranch. This 10,000 acre (+/-) ranch has amazing hunting with all kinds of wildlife including Mule deer, white tail, turkey, quail, dove, and hogs. This ranch is under a high density management program. The irrigation water starts at 5 ft and red bed is at 100 ft making this the most economical irrigation anywhere in Texas. A ranch this size can carry 1000+ cows. 1 Main home, plus 3 additional homes.
Approx $4,000,000 tax deductibles *18 wells *Gallons per minute tests have produced from 790 to 3500 (one is unmeasureable) *6 pivots on natural gas *Windmills *6 solar submersible pumps *4 electric pumps *3 - 24,000 gallon storage tanks *Numerous water troughs
Frisia Hartley Dairy is a 3,900 head Free Stall Dairy located in Hartley County, southeast of Hartley, TX. Built in 2002, with additions from 2004 to 2008, this Dairy comfortably milks 3,900 head three times a day utilizing its 80 cow rotary parlor outfitted with Westfalia Surge equipment.
In addition to the free stall barns, there are open lot pens that have 5,008 locking stanchions of various widths to accommodate growing stock. However, young stock are being developed off-site at this time.
This property includes approximately 1,600 acres, of which 1,000 +/- acres are under irrigation. There are seven sprinkler systems that will convey to the buyer.
This dairy facility can be a turnkey business. The facility includes four free stall
Just south of Perryton, TX is a combination of 3,312 +/- acres of dryland and irrigated farmland. This property is set up to produce corn, cotton, milo and wheat, with good soils that produce good yields.
There are a total of nine wells that average 670 GPM and some new wells are currently being drilled. There are 17 Valley sprinklers, mostly 2009 and newer. All the motors and irrigation equipment will convey.
This diversified farm allows for many options of row crop farming and/or cattle grazing. This property is non-contiguous but is within a ten mile circle. The farm is generally a corn, cotton and wheat rotation.
Rousser Farms - 3,040 acres 2,200+ irrigated
This is a very good farm with some of the best soils, water and equipment in the panhandle area.
North and east of Sunray, TX. (See plat map)
3,040 Acres, 2,200+ irrigated
This farm raises corn, milo, cotton and wheat. Alfalfa is also a good crop for this area because of the many dairies and feedlots.
5 1/2 mile Zimmatic sprinklers, 19 irrigation wells, most on electricity. Pumping 200 gpm to 750 gpm.
There is an average of 175 feet of formation in this area, and a total of 8000 to 8400 gpm.
This is a one of a kind property in Castro County. The size of it and being contiguous in location makes it truly unique. This farm is highly productive with good yields and water. It is set up for irrigated farming combined with cattle, with lots of permanent and cross barbed wire fencing, and cattle traps. All is permanently fenced except the 3 north and the 3 south quarters. The farm has good water, with most sprinklers being nozzled for 500 gpm, except for one big circle is nozzled for 2000 gpm, and the south 3 are nozzled for 400 gpm. 5 of the circles have established alfalfa crops. It has a real nice, nearly new metal barn, 50'x100', 18' walls, and half concreted. Other structures include 2 quonset barns ( the one on the north
Region: North Texas Panhandle
Property Type: Irrigated Farmland
Acres: 1,629 acres more or less
Price: $4,950.00 per acre
Taxes: Approximately $6,984.16
Location: 4 miles south of Spearman, TX on HWY 760
The property is located south of Spearman, Texas approximately 4 miles on HWY 760.
This excellent farm composed almost entirely of NRCS Prime Farmland Perryton A clay, loam soils consists of 1,629 acres more or less with the following improvements:
Ten mile late model center pivot sprinklers (6 Valleys and 4 Zimmatics) with low drops spaced on 60 centers and 11.2 X 38 tires.
8 center pivots on 2 contiguous sections are nozzled at 700 GPM.
2 center pivots on the large half-section are
On 2.28 acres of land in a great location in Borger, this Hampton Inn & Suites is a great opportunity for anyone looking to purchase a business in Borger. With 64 rooms, an average occupancy rate of 95%, and 84 parking spaces, you can't go wrong with this property.
Dirk van ReenenUSA Land And Ranch / AG Brokers LTD
Dalhart, Texas is located in the northwest corner of the Texas Panhandle and is known as the Cross Roads of Cow Country. Two major highways crisscross this portion of the panhandle, Highway 54 and Highway 87, along with the completion of two railroads crisscrossing in the early 1900s. The city was built on the county lines of Dallam and Hartley Counties, hence the name Dalhart.
This is a very progressive agriculture area with large ranches and farms producing cattle and crops. The most popular crops for this area would be corn, wheat, and varying types of silage for the feedlot and dairy industries. Numerous feedyards call this area home providing for jobs as well as a market for crops. In the mid 2000s, California-based
JW RossUnited Country AltaTerra Realty and Auction, LLC.
Property Type: Irrigated Farmland
Acres: 1,715 acres more or less
Price: $3,700.00 per acre
Taxes: Approximately $8,355.00
This farm was recently converted from sprinkler irrigation to irrigation utilizing buried drip lines. This change was made in order to more efficiently utilize water and to reduce labor requirements. Drip irrigation is reportedly 25 to 40% more efficient than sprinkler irrigation but is costly to install with typical costs being $1,400 to $2,000 per acre. The drip system was installed with wireless controls and all wells are electric which resulted in less labor required for irrigation. In additio
Bezner Lottawater Farm - 2,215 acres
This farm is located on blacktop road. It has a good cattle water system with automatic waters around circles, plus water in the pens.
25 miles west of Dalhart, Texas.
3 houses: 1 brick - 2,300 sq.ft., 3BR, 2 Bath; 1-framed - 1800 sq.ft., 3BR, 1 Bath; 1 Double-wide.
2 metal barns: 1 - 40'x80', cement floor; 1 - 40'x60'. Both have large fold-up doors. Set of steel cattle pens.
13 irrigation sprinklers - 1, 1/2 mile Zimmatic, 3, 1/4 mile Zimmatic, 5, 1/4 mile Valley, 3, 1/4 mile Reinke.
15 irrigation wells, 2 domestic wells, 9 irrigation motors, 6 electric submersible wells (2 on electric line and 4 on gene
Super nice farm with over 1,670 acres irrigated. Farm currently grows 460 acres corn and 430 acres of seed milo and 780 acres of wheat. Property includes barns, nice 3 bedroom, 2 bath brick home and cattle working facilities.
Situated in the north central portion of Sherman County, in the northern Texas Panhandle is a very productive 3151 +/- acre irrigated farm. This beautiful property combines corn, wheat and a cattle operation to give an owner a nice diversity of production. The farm is easily accessible by a paved road and county maintained caliche roads. It lays between two very progressive agricultural communities being Stratford, Texas and Texhoma, Oklahoma. 05095-16048
Situated in the north central portion of Sherman County, in the northern Texas Panhandle is a very productive 3,156 +/- acre irrigated farm. This property combines corn, wheat and a cattle operation to give an owner a nice diversity of production. The farm is easily accessible by a paved road and county maintained caliche roads. It lays between two very progressive agricultural communities being Stratford, Texas and Texhoma, Oklahoma.
Morton Elevator Road/Hwy. 1060-Moore County, Texas
Region: North Plains of the Texas Panhandle
Property Type: Sprinkler irrigated land, dryland and native grass
Acres: 2,569 acres more or less
Price: Tract 1- $2,750.00 per acre
Tract 2-$2,500.00 per acre
Tract 3-$1,000.00 (Section 206 must be sold prior to or with this section)
(irrigation well on Section 201 will be reserved to go with Section 206)
Taxes: Tract 1-$7,993.79
Tracts 2 and 3-$7,835.24
Location: East of Sunray, Texas (see attached plat map)
TRACT 1: TRACT 1-SOLD!
Section 227 and 228 are located from Sunray, Texas approximately 9 miles east on Hwy. 281 to FM 1060 thence 7 miles south to the northeast corner
TAM ANNE FARM
Property Type: Irrigated Farm
Acres: 1,705 acres more or less
Price: $3,300.00 per acre
Taxes: Approximately $13, 600.00
Location: 10 miles west of Dimmitt
(1,705 Acres +/-) The northwest corner of this farm is located at the intersection of FM 1057 and US Hwy 86 with approximately 1 miles of highway frontage on Hwy 86. There are 18 irrigation wells, two tail water pits with lake pumps and six T&L sprinklers all which have long drops spaced on 80 centers. The area watered by the sprinklers includes an 85-acre partial circle, a 120-acre circle, a 152-acre circle, a 160-acre circle, a 180-acre circle and a 435-acre circle.
Bluff Creek Ranch
County: Roberts County
Property Type: Cattle/Hunting/Recreation Ranch
Acres: Tract 1: 1,200 acres more or less
Tract 2: 1,089.11acres more or less
Price: Tract 1: $2,150.00 per acre
Tract 2: $2,150.00 per acre
Location: Miami, TX
Bluff Creek Ranch is a picturesque Panhandle property. The ranch has excellent grass, beautiful draws and abundant wildlife. Features of the ranch include Bluff Creek, grass covered mesas, tree lined draws, rolling terrain and almost new perimeter fences.
The ranch is for sale as an entire unit or can be sold in two separate tracts.
Tract 1: The west portion of the Bluff Creek Ranch consist of 1,200 acres more or less wi
The north section # 22 has a 2015 model Zimmatic - 1/2 mile sprinkler nozzled for 1800 gpm. There are 2 wells each producing approximately 900 gpm and pumped by electric hollow shaft motors and supplied by 3 phase electricity.
The south section ( west 1/2 of section 49 and the east 1/2 of section 18) has a 2009 model Zimmatic sprinkler nozzled for 1800 gpm. There are 2 wells each producing approximately 900 gpm and pumped by electric hollow shaft motors and supplied by 3 phase electricity.
Full Description: This farm is located north-northeast of Dalhart approximately 8 miles. There are 16 pivots, 13 wells pumping a estimated total of 2,500 gpm irrigating 625 acres of corn and approximately 1,375 acres of wheat and milo. Additional water development potential.
TOPOGRAPHY: Rolling grassland with several draws and creek beds.
IMPROVEMENTS: Fenced and cross-fenced into 3 pastures and a trap. Steel corrals with alley and chute.
WATER: 5 water wells - 1 solar and 4 electric submersibles, which supply several tanks on the property. Live water in Rock Creek and Whitefish Creek.
UTILITIES: ELEC: Yes NATURAL GAS: No PROPANE: No
PERSONAL PROPERTY: Priefert squeeze chute is included with sale.
TAXES: TOTAL: $2,849.36 for 2016 w/ag exemption
SCHOOL DISTRICT: Hedley ISD
MINERALS: Subject to previous reservations of record, Seller will reserve one-half of any minerals owned by Seller. POSSESSION: Property is owner operated. Possession is negotiable.
OTHER DATA: Op
Full Description: This property is located west-southwest of Dalhart approximately34 miles. Property includes 618 acres irrigated and balance in native grass. The Tramparas creek runs through the property, making this a great wildlife habitat. There are good numbers of turkey, deer, antelope, coyotes on the property-making this a great hunting opportunity. Give us a call.
Full Description: Located northwest of Dalhart approximately 15 miles on Hwy 87. Property fronts the highway on the north side. Total acres of 3,445 with 375 acres of corn and 500 acres of wheat, balance of acres are dry land and grass. There are 7 wells pumping a total of 1,600 gpm. Property has potential for additional wells.
This property is in a great location with major feedlots nearby and in a great crop producing area. This property is split into 4 Tracts, can be purchased separately or all together.
Tract 1: +/- 960 Acres
Owner developed two new irrigation wells, with one well producing 1400 GPM, owner states that there is no draw down on this well.
The other well producing 400-500 GPM, and two older wells on the property not being used at this time, one of the older wells was bailed down too 520 ft.
This Tract 1 is equipped with 2 new 8000 Series Valley sprinklers, both sprinklers covering 250 acres each, both 12 tower full circles.
The owner planted a circle of corn, which produced 264 bushels an acre, and a circle in cotton, which looks very good
The possibilities are endless with this property! Owned by one family since the 1930s for dry land farming, the location of this land is now in the line of development for Dumas, Texas. Situated along the west side of town, the land is bordered by several housing developments and commercial businesses. This property has been split up into 7 Tracts; all tracts have public road entrances. Tracts vary in acreage from +/- 67 acres to +/- 254 acres, please take a look at the map. A possibility has also arisen for TXDOT to build a relief route through the property.
The property is on city water. Good irrigation wells are a possibility for the remaining farm land.