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Danny Havins
Danny Havins
Davis Vernon Real Estate

Properties of Danny Havins with Davis Vernon Real Estate in Vernon, TX

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$1,750,000 1,540 acres
Paducah, Texas 79248 - Cottle County

Cottle Co. North Pease Ranch

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 a cattle
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$1,388,800 434 acres 3 Beds | 2 Baths | 2192 sqft
Coleman, Texas 76873 - Coleman County

Colorado River Wildlife

Want a unique, secluded getaway spot for family or a corporate group on the Colorado River with beauty, fishing, and wildlife? Here is the place in Coleman County, Texas near the small community of Rockwood. Excellent deer, turkey, quail, and dove hunting can be found as well as fishing in the rivers that grace this approximately 434 acre property. LOTS OF TREES!! Liveoak, Mesquite, Pecan, and Elm make up the majority of brush. This Colorado River ranch makes a good cow/calf operation! One half mile of the Colorado River meanders through the south side of the property and one mile of Bull creek make up the majority of the water on the ranch. Bull creek runs through the middle of the property with springs and pools. One pond and r
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$830,400 692 acres
Spur, Texas 79370 - Dickens County

McArthur Ranch

The McArthur Ranch in southwestern Dickens county, near Spur, Texas, has Red Mud Creek running through the middle from north to south. This creek has springs keeping potholes in the creek full even during this drought. The property can used for hunting and/or grazing cattle. One water well is in use located in the southwest part of the ranch for cattle and wildlife. Fences are good. Electricity is present. All weather roads on the property go to the pump jacks. Vegetation consists of Mesquite, Hackberry, Lotebush, and native grasses. The grass is in good shape going through 4 years of drought. There is approximately 106 acres of Old World Bluestem and 586 acres native grass. Minerals are negotiable. There is oil produ
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$661,375 715 acres
Paducah, Texas 79248 - Cottle County

Deer, Birds, and Recreation

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
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$650,000 371 acres
Quanah, Texas 79252 - Hardeman County

Ford Ranch

The Ford Ranch in Hardeman County on the RED RIVER is a special TEXAS property developed by a special owner to compliment all wildlife species, not just one or two. A well near the cabin services one mile of waterline for wildlife waterers. This line has been lain throughout the 240 acres of cropland (currently in wheat) and 20 acres of shelter belts. Numerous bird and deer feeders are found throughout the property. WILDLIFE include DEER, TURKEY, HOGS, FISH, DOVE, QUAIL, and other VARMINTS. You enter the property from F.M.2533 to an open concept cabin (30 x 30) with cellar, a 24 x 24 garage, 28x18 workshop, and implement barn that is 46 x 66. There is also an ATV garage that is 12 x 18. From there the topography gently rolls down
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$636,800 640 acres
C R 202, Paducah, Texas 79248 - King County

King County 640 acres

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. $995/acre
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$607,050 639 acres
F M 1033, Childress, Texas 79201 - Childress County

Childress Co. Ranch

639 acres is in Childress County east of Childress, Texas with FM 1033 road frontage. This ranch is perfect for recreation and running cattle with pens in place and cross fences. There is approximately 123 acres of cropland, and 517 acres of native range land. The fences are good to excellent. Wet weather creeks run throughout the property with grasses in excellent condition. Rural water is available on F.M. 1033 which is very accessible to the ranch. I have seen numerous deer, turkey, and quail on this place. The crop land is an advantage as food plots for wildlife. Electricity is on site at the corrals. There is a small amount of cedar on the south end. Mesquite and hackberry make up the majority of the brush species.
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$336,000 320 acres
Quanah, Texas 79252 - Hardeman County

Hale 320 acres Hardeman Co.

This Hardeman County property topography is flat to rolling country. Approximately 200 acres is in old world bluestem and the remainder in native grasses. There are WHITETAIL DEER, hogs, quail, dove, turkey, and other varmints. Rural water is available with one water well that is working. Electricity is available. The property has a barn, pens, and a storage container. This property can serve as a good hunting property and cattle operation. Seller says he has 100% of the minerals and they will be conveyed with the sale of the property. Brush is sparse to thick with mesquite and hackberry making up the majority of the cover. Asking $1050 an acre For a private showing call Danny Havins
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$172,465 202.9 acres
county rd 112, Paducah, Texas 79248 - Cottle County

Cottle County Ranch

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
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$152,000 160 acres
Turkey, Texas 79621 - Hall County

160 acres Turkey, TX

Hanna South consists of 136 acres of CRP and remainder is in native country. there are no water wells on the property, however, irrigation is in close proximity. Deer and quail hunting are good. This property is southeast of Turkey, Texas. Price: $950 per acre
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