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Land for sale in Briscoe County Texas

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$1,233,600 874 acres
Silverton, TX 79257 - Briscoe County

Arnold Ranch

Location: The property is located in central Briscoe County about 90 minutes southeast of Amarillo, Texas and about 90 minutes northeast of Lubbock, Texas. Acres: +/- 874 Description: Arnold Ranch is situated on a wide mesa with stunning views of the surrounding canyon terrain. While there is steep ground on the northern portion of the ranch, the majority of the land is flat allowing for the development of cattle ranching. +/-112 acres of the +/-874 are under wheat cultivation. Additionally, there are pens and corrals built that include an open face shed and shop. It is the hunting on the property that is very unique with its location on the edge of the canyon. The wide variety of wildlife that can be seen on the property include a
JT and Jaime Haynes Triangle Realty
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$360,000 240 acres
Quitaque, TX 79255 - Briscoe County

Briscoe County 240

Location: This property is located in the southeast corner of Briscoe County on the Briscoe and Motley County line. Amarillo, Texas, is about 100 miles northwest of the property and Lubbock, Texas, is about 89 miles southwest. Acres: +/- 240 Description: Great hunting property in Briscoe County, Texas. +/-97.53 acres of dryland farming and +/- 120.6 acres enrolled in CRP, and the rest shelter belts and grassland. This property offers it all! Plowed ground creates the opportunity to develop food plots, great for attracting a variety of wildlife. However, property has a current cotton harvest. A shelter belt in combination with natural brush cover provide a place for deer and quail to feel protected. Located near wild and native can
JT and Jaime Haynes Triangle Realty