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Cole Hoskison
Liberty Land & Ranch

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$4,000,000 1,355 acres
CR 2175, Klondike, Texas 75448 - Delta County

Sprawling Cattle Ranch Close to DFW

Offering a rare opportunity to own a turn-key cattle and recreational ranch only 75 miles from Dallas, this 1355 acre property has it all! Vista views over rolling terrain with ample water sources, including many ponds, small lakes and a creek, lend to the beauty of the property. Practically, for the cattle operator, the majority of the property is well fenced and cross-fenced. It boasts a very large set of covered cattle processing facilities along with other strategically constructed and located cattle pens. A large shop and equipment barn finish out the necessary ranch structures. The property has substantial frontage on Highway 24 and two county roads. Less than two miles from Cooper Lake and dissected by Jernigan Creek, one of the l
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$330,000 131.66 acres 3 Beds | 2 Baths | 1600 sqft
17913 S HWY 37, Bogata, Texas 75417 - Red River County

Northeast Texas Hunting & Cattle Land

Being 50% well maintained pasture and 50% hardwood timber, this 131 acre property has a lot to offer! The completely renovated, approximately 1600 square foot 3/2 home sits well off the road and is secluded from neighbors. The property has been under a consistent cattle lease and the fences have age but are adequate for holding your herd. Beautiful hardwoods line the southern boundary along Mustang Creek and the eastern third of the property is a contiguous 30 acre block of mature timber. Hunting opportunities and wildlife viewing abound with deer, hogs, turkey and various other species always near!
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$118,750 62.5 acres
Pecan Gap, Texas 75446 - Delta County

62.5 acres Pecan Gap, TX

Located just south of Pecan Gap this 62.5 acre tract offers multiple possibilities for the investor. It is currently used for hay production, but could easily be cultivated for row crops. Its square shape would allow for easy fencing and a pond is already in place. The wooded boundaries and back few acres hold white-tailed deer.
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