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Tammy & James King
Tammy & James King
King Land & Water LLC

Properties of Tammy & James King with King Land & Water LLC in Fort Davis, TX

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$24,965,919 45,393 acres
Fort Hancock, Texas 79839 - Hudspeth County

Ranch on Top

Driving north from I-10 across lower desert ranchland, one can see an amazing escarpment approaching with the county road heading up to higher elevations. At the front gate where there is a wonderful transformation from desert into 5,000 foot lush grassland. The entire western and southern boundaries are steep rocky rims, falling 500 feet and creating spectacular views of area mountains including the Franklins, Organs, Cornudas, Guadalupes, Quitmans and distant mountains into New Mexico and Old Mexico. Ranch on Top has been reconfigured to its original acreage of 45,393 acres. Historically this ranch leased the adjoining University lands of 108,000 acres and has been a working headquarters for a huge cattle operation. An 8,400 by 100 foo
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$17,581,895 25,667 acres
Longfellow Road, Fort Stockton, Texas 79735 - Pecos County

Red Mill Ranch

Red Mill Ranch is Texas cow country at its finest and represents some of the best native and improved grasslands in West Texas. With 8 Section size improved Klein grass fields surrounded with native vegetation encircled by majestic hills and rock outcrops this 300 cow ranch is ready to go. The ranch is in the limestone hills of Pecos County just east of the Pine Hills with an average of 13 of rainfall annually. This is summer monsoon country with mild winters and wet summers that is perfect for growing and curing the rich grasslands. The topography of the ranch ranges from 5,020 feet at the top of steep limestone mountains to 3,805 feet along the broad Klein fields. Stunning views of mountain on all sides within the property to distant v
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$15,263,300 23,482 acres
Alpine, Texas 79830 - Brewster County

23,482 acres Alpine, TX

There are few places in Texas where the legends of the old west and the landscapes that crafted them still combine to create a backdrop so stunning, so authentic, and so historic that yesterday becomes today and the Wild West still calls. Names like Whistler Mesa, Agua Fria Spring, Panther Draw, Horse Tank Draw, Black Ridge, Alamo Cesario Creek, Blackrock Draw, and Soda Spring Draw are names that still describe this historic ranch. Its also all about the water and the huge natural spring at the base of Agua Fria Mountain. Once the life blood of ancient cultures, today the crystal clear cool waters are distributed into a modern water system providing year-round water throughout the ranch. Located in the Chihuahuan Desert of Texas deep in the
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$10,454,495 11,681 acres
Highway 67, Marfa, Texas 79843 - Presidio County

Black Hills Ranch

This is a working cattle and hunting ranch which has been in the same family for more than 80 years, making this a unique opportunity to own a heritage West Texas ranch. Black Hills Ranch is located in the Chihuahuan Desert of Texas, comprised of mid-elevation grasslands and scrubland of basin range topography between the Davis Mountains to the north, the Chinati Mountains to the west, and the Rio Grande River on the south. The ranch is located adjacent to large properties and has rugged but accessible hills with rock outcrops, as well as open flats, creating lots of interesting habitats. There are north and south entrances on Highway 67 with winding mountain roads through the Black Hills, creating access from one end to the other.
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$9,240,000 385 acres
South MoPac Expressway, Austin, Texas 78739 - Travis County

Yates Cattle and Conservation Ranch

There is a property in the Hill Country where the bedded limestone strata and the historic layers of time come together to create a place like no other. Only 15 minutes from downtown Austin, Yates Cattle and Conservation Ranchs name says it all: a marriage of rich Texas ranching heritage with an array of unique natural resources in a protected, quiet world all its own. Saltlick is just minutes away, and the amazing restaurants of Austin are a mere short ride away down MoPac Boulevard, immersing you in the culture of music, food, art, nature, and outdoor recreation that makes Austin one of the most popular cities in the U.S. Here, nature balances with activity, livestock with big city lights, and people with solitude. The ranch is central
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$8,562,500 12,500 acres
Marfa, Texas 79843 - Presidio County

12,500 acres Marfa, TX

Location The Quebec Ranch is located 25 miles west of Marfa, Texas, south of State Highway 90 near the 505 Valentine cutoff to the Davis Mountains. This ranch is equally accessible to Ft. Davis and Marfa. Acreage 12,500 acres in Presidio County. Description The Quebec Ranch is Texas cow country at its finest and represents some of the best Yucca Grasslands in the United States. It is part of the Marfa Plateau, a mile-high desert grassland of basin range topography between the Davis Mountains to the north and the Chinati/Sierra Viejas Mountains and Rio Grande River on the south and southwest. The views are stunning and the ranch overlooks the landscapes of the Davis Mountains, Chinati Mountains, Sierra Viejas Mountains, Capote Mou
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$8,288,378 21,528 acres
Highway 90, Dryden, Texas 78851 - Terrell County

Prairie Canyon Ranch

The main drainage across the northern half of the ranch is Prairie Canyon, named for the rich natural grasslands that once dominated this region. In fact, lesser prairie chickens were native to this ranch and the last one was seen in the 1980s, evidence of a rich mix of grassland and brush. This is land West of the Pecos, a region full of early Texas history, including Judge Roy Bean and his iron hand of the law, who ruled from nearby Langtry. Prehistoric people lived in limestone shelters on the ranch and a black bear pictograph can be clearly seen there today. The area is a recreation mecca for both whitetail and mule deer hunting or just prowling the canyons in search of adventure. This is a working ranch leased to a neighboring heritage
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$7,600,000 161 acres
Red Hawk Road, Wimberley, Texas 78676 - Hays County


LMC Ranch is one of the premier, private live water, improved showplaces in the Texas Hill Country. A fine custom home with splendid location and proximity to Austin, tied to abundant spring water, exquisite hardwood bottoms flanked by steep hills, makes this a rare offering. There is a sense of privacy here unmatched in the Texas Hill County this close to Austin. The natural vegetation, active Wildlife Management Plan, year-round waters, and steep 300-foot limestone bluff faces create a world apart. Deep loamy clay bottomlands, with a mosaic of open luxurious pastures and wooded habitat, make a perfect combination for the amazing diversity of wildlife found in the Edward Plateau. The slopes are steep and covered with oak/cedar, thou
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$6,697,680 13,468 acres
Highway 67, Fort Stockton, Texas 79735 - Pecos County

Coyanosa Draw Ranch

12,177.60 Acres Owned and 1,290.83 Acres Leased in Pecos County, Texas. Description Coyanosa Draw Ranch's 12,177.6 owned acres and 1,290.83 leased acres represent a diverse landscape of deep bottom soils along the draw that carries the ranch name; broad gravelly flats, up into limestone hills with commanding views of many of the area mountain ranges, including the Del Norte, Glass, and Davis mountains. This cow country hunting ranch is very accessible, yet you can hide away in the many interesting secret draws and cover where you will find abundant populations of desert Mule Deer, Elk, dove, and the wily Blue Quail. The ranch has a tremendous road infrastructure and, with just a corner of the ranch located along Highway 67, it is very
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$6,640,000 8,300 acres
Pandale Road, Langtry, Texas 78871 - Val Verde County

Pecos Canyon Ranch

Pecos Canyon Ranch was home to the Pecos Culture of hunter/gatherers dating back 4,000 years, who left a legacy of extensive rock art over 8,000 square miles. The area was also known for pioneers of the late 1800s such as Judge Roy Bean at Langtry, and his law west of the Pecos, as well as Lieutenant John Bullis, commander of the Seminole Indian Scouts, fighting in the Pecos River skirmishes in 1870. The 8300 acre Pecos Canyon Ranch is dominated by the river and the canyonlands that drain into it. It is really two ranches, split by the county road, with excellent new fences and entrance gates for privacy and security. The western 1/3 has the old headquarters ruins with two wells and lots of Juniper cover with rolling hills and dense
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