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Located in Texas, 916-square-mile Throckmorton County accounts for less than one percent of the state's total land area. Of Texas's 254 counties, Throckmorton County ranks 238th in terms of the size of its population (1,579, according to 2015 Census estimates). Its economy is defined as agricultural, with 275 farms recorded in the county during the 2012 U.S. Census. Recent Lands of America data places the average value of land for sale in Throckmorton County at $2,069 per acre. On average, the price of land for sale was $608,722 (the most expensive listing being for $3.5 million) and the median size of land and real estate for sale in Throckmorton County was 200 acres. Land for sale in Throckmorton County totaled 10,888 acres and $22.5 million in overall land value, with the city of Throckmorton featuring the most land for sale in the county. Given its rural location and ecomony, farms and other agricultural acreage are the most common types of land for sale in Throckmorton County.
Land for sale including Recreational Property in Throckmorton County Texas
Tharp Ranch is 566 acres of productive hunting and ranching land. This wooded land is located at the end of a paved road. The mature vegetation provides excellent bedding ground and cover for whitetail, turkey and other game. The cultivated fields on the southern half on the ranch provide an area for sunflowers fields for dove hunts or wheat production. This acreage is predominately mature mesquite trees with excellent loafing cover for quail, consisting of lote bush and cat claw. The thick native grasses (side-oats gramma, little bluestem & more) provide preferred seeds and nesting for the ample quail, as well as excellent grazing for cattle. This land has ample surface water provided by the 5 ponds and deep draws le
Property Description: The 793+/- acre property has good diversity including nice elevation changes, ridgelines, thick brush, cultivated land (dove fields), grazing, hunting, stock tanks, county road, highway frontage and much more.
Terrain: Terrain is rolling with several scenic ridgelines providing impressive views. There is 80 feet of elevation change with scenic vistas from ridges and hilltops.
Habitat: The density of the brush is just right with some areas being thick and other areas being more open. Woody plant communities consist of mesquite, hackberry, live oaks, bumelia, catclaw, and lotebush. Side oats grama, blue grama, curly mesquite, little bluestem, and other grasses can be found throughout.
Habitat Management: There a
This 326 acre ranch has live oak covered hills that fall down to mesquite bottoms. The mature trees and scattered brush provide excellent cover for all kinds of game. Several coveys of quail have been flushed on the property, as well as deer and hogs. A large, old holding tank has been converted into a barn/shed that currently supports an owl family. This property is split by Hwy 79 with more oaks on the North and bigger water on the Southside. Willing to divide. See current listings, 158 acres and 168 acres, in Throckmorton County.
-Hilltops with Oaks & Draws to Mesquite Bottoms
-Deep Draws with Big Water Potential
-Multiple Hilltop Views
-90+/-ft of Elevation Change
-White-Tail Deer (Big Buck Co
Hog Hill is 157 wild acres in Throckmorton County. This land comes with hills, draws, oaks and more. The good mix of live oaks with mesquites creates preferred tree coverage for the area. The native grasses are full of signs of quail and the scattered underbrush create ideal loafing cover for protection. Ample quail, hogs and whitetail were flushed during pictures. This is an excellent hunting property on paved frontage.
-Hills with Dramatic Elevation Changes (80ft +/-)
-Draws wandering through Heavy Cover
-Hilltops with Views in All Directions
-Ample Whitetail Deer, Morning & White Winged Dove
-Bobwhite Quail & Rio Grande Turkey
This hunting or gazing acreage is located just west of Elbert in Throckmorton County. This land has a large, centrally located pond to attract ample duck and game. The cover consists mainly of mesquites with prickly pear and lote bush. Multiple coveys of quail have been flushed on the property, while exploring the terrain. A large, old holding tank has been converted into a barn/shed that currently supports an owl family. This is that thick, thorny land that produces the large bucks.
-Ridge on West Side-Providing views to the North and West
-Flat to Rolling with Draw to the North w/Elevation Change (70 ft +/-)
-White-Tail Deer (Big Buck Country), Morning & White Winged Dove
Travis PattersonCampbell Farm & Ranch
$207,200160 acresWoodson, TX76491 - Throckmorton County
This place has a little bit of everything! Cultivation, pasture, water, nice viewsYou name it and it has it. It definitely deserves your attention!
Location: This property is located approximately just Northwest of the Woodson Community in Throckmorton County, on County Road 360.
Acreage: 160+/- total acres, with approximately 20 acres in pasture and the balance being in cultivation.
Soil Type: The predominant soil on this place is a Leeray Clay Loam. As you can see from the soil map, approximately 124 acres are classified as prime farmland.
Improvements: The perimeter fences are in good condition, being barbed wire on metal and wooden posts.
Water: Rural water is available off of the Shackelford County Special Util
John Ekdahl, Rex Detamore, Rory Burroughs, or Kevin McCrightEkdahl Real Estate
$820,137318.5 acresCR 1710, Woodson, TX76491 - Throckmorton County
A hunters paradise in Woodson, TX. High fenced 318.5 acres just 1 mile north of Woodson on FM 1719 that includes: Black Buck, Fallow Deer, Axis, Aoudad, Oryx, Whitetail and Quail that are being actively fed. The property also has outstanding dove hunting. The property has three stock tanks and one lake. The property has many shooting lanes that zig-zag the property offering perfect hunting vantage points. The sale will include a few blinds and feeders. Asking Price: $2,575.00 per acre.