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Ron Lester
Ron Lester

Highlighted Properties of Ron Lester with BONHAM LAND & RANCHES, LLC in BONHAM, TX

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$1,950,000 433 acres
CR 2225, Ivanhoe, Texas 75447 - Fannin County

Pivot irrigation with 5 wells

Over 255 acres irrigated with pivot system from 4 wells for the summer soybeans. Over 160 acres used for winter wheat production with the 2014 crop producing 77 documented bushels of wheat per acre. This sandy land is level with drainage ditches made for wet weather, soil has been limed with over 3 tons of lime per acre and soil samples taken and fertilizer applied for top quality production. The owner has ripped the soil from 24 to 48 inches and has plans to rip it to 6 feet deep this season. There is a total of 415 acres of this tract in production, the rest is 3 stock ponds, nice Oak trees for a great building site and the owner is just starting to grow native pecan trees with plans to start budding good hybrids' on to them in the near
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$1,750,000 162 acres
10065 Hwy 82, Windom, Texas 75492 - Fannin County

162 acres Windom, TX

A new State of the Art ( Hi-Tech ) Fannin County Dairy that is fully operational for grade-A and non grade-A dairy products with retail raw milk permits and non- grade A products for butter and yogurt . This dairy is organic certifiable and built with organics compliance considerations. Its located on 165 acres seeded with native non-gmo certified organic seeds. There is a 10 to 12 acres lake for flush water and irrigation purposes. The parlor is a new PT-1 double 4 Germania Herringbone parlor expandable to double 8. The plumbing is all stainless steel and copper piping for the milk, steam and chill plumbing. This turn key dairy is built with all the newest electronic equipment to provide a superb product ready for the retail & wholesale
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$870,693 292.6 acres
0000 N FM 1743, Windom, Texas 75492 - Fannin County

292 Acres of Premium Fannin Co. Farmland

292 Contiguous acres of tillable premium Fannin County Farmland in this North Texas Region. It is currently growing out hybrid rye grass for maximum hay production and this is after wintering stockers on it all winter. Check out some of the pictures on this incredible forage producing farm land. According to the local USDA Office, the rainfall averages in Fannin is between 38 to 42 inches per year and this is not counting the recent rain event for this area. This sandy land mixed with deep gray topsoil has produced oats, wheat, hay grazer and other hay producing crops as well as other small grains with excellent production rates. The property has good fencing, cross fenced and stock ponds in each pasture. State Hwy Farm to Market road fr