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Tony Cerar
Whitetail Properties

Highlighted Properties of Tony Cerar with Whitetail Properties in Pittsfield, IL

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$632,600 324.41 acres
68th Street, Ripley, Oklahoma 74062 - Payne County

324.41 acres Ripley, OK

Here we have one of the finest river bottom hunting tracts in the central part of the state. With land on both sides of the Cimarron river totaling 1.5 miles +/- of river frontage, this property is a waterfowl and whitetail hunting mecca. There are 50 acres or more that could be planted to food plots for the wildlife or you could leave the fields in native grass and let the soybean and wheat fields to the South feed the whitetails for you. The hardwood lined ridge that literally wraps around the property provides an ideal travel corridor for the whitetails and thousands of acorns from multiple different species of mast bearing oaks. There are multiple places where you could pump water out of the river or backwaters and flood some timber or
Tony Cerar Whitetail Properties
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$107,400 60 acres
N 2370 Road, Chester, Oklahoma 73838 - Major County

60 acres Chester, OK

A property that is jewel hidden by the surrounding cedar canyons. This property has electricity access within a quarter of a mile, which makes the beautiful hilltop view perfect for building a cabin or house. The Orion blacktop runs just east of the property one-half of a mile. This beautiful tract has had the all the brush and old fence in the entry replaced with new gate and panels. Small hunting tracts as good as this one do not come around often. Do not hesitate to give us a call for any questions or to set up a showing, we do not expect this property to last long! Property Features: - One mile from the highway - Great Hunting - Beautiful views - Fenced on three sides - Trophy Whitetail - Rio Grande Turkeys - Banner Quail number
Tony Cerar Whitetail Properties
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$320,000 160 acres
N 3520 Road, Pawnee, Oklahoma 74058 - Pawnee County

160 acres Pawnee, OK

PRICE REDUCED!  This farm has some great diversity and everything you need to hold and grow not just deer but all kinds of wildlife on a year-round basis. The farm has two big draws, created by three oak covered ridge tops that all run into this property from the North. One on the west side, one on the north side, and one in the northeast corner. The further up in the draws you go the more intensive the bedding cover and brush is. As you get to the south end of these draws the terrain changes to some flatter areas that are suitable for grazing, haying, or planting food plots, and are currently covered in a tall and dense stand of native grass. On the south end, the property is intersected by an old railway that is running from the nort
Tony Cerar Whitetail Properties