The Duncan Ranch is a prime hunting ranch located in northeast Cottle County just north of the Pease River on FM 104.
This is a highly improved hunting ranch with a brand new two story barndominium... 1800 sq. ft garage first floor/1800 sq ft of living quarters on the second floor, along with a huge wrap around balcony overlooking the ranch.
Good water well with brand new pump feeding the house.
4 hunting stations on each corner of the ranch... each station has a 6x6 Boss Bow blind and a rifle blind, wildlife water station, food plot, and corn/protein feeders. Corn feeders range from 1000-3000 lbs. As for protein feeders there is 3000-5000 lbs of capacity at each station... this is to keep you from having to spend all of your
$4,178,2503,095 acresPaducah, TX79248 - Cottle County
The ranch is located northwest of Paducah, in the northwest corner of Cottle County. The property adjoins the 28,000+ acre Matador Wildlife Management Unit.
The property has historically been operated as a cow/calf cattle ranching operation, with the benefit of several hundred acres of cultivated farmland.
The ranch is comprised of an exceptional blend of rolling native grasslands and very productive cultivated farmland. Approximately 634 acres are cultivated, usually planted to winter wheat, hay grazer or other grains. Typically, the summer crops are baled and the stalks are seasonally grazed. The cultivated lands are a magnet for wildlife. Deer, turkey, and quail are plentiful, a
$2100 per acre. 1360.65 acre Ranch, lots to offer. Over 1 mile river frontage. Excellent cow place and hunting place with abundance of white tail deer and mule deer. Also turkey, quail, wild hogs, and fishing in river and 3 ponds on property. 2 miles paved HWY 83 frontage. 3b 1b 1638 sq.ft. rock home, 3b 1b 1240 sq.ft. guest house. 2100 sq.ft. metal implement building with 21x66 shed, 8x40 cargo storage, 24x28 metal shed, 5 water wells 50-80 ft. deep, solar powered. 2 springs in river run year round. 10 1,000 lb feeders & 10 nice deer blinds convey. Pipe pens, squeeze chute, Excellent fences. Wooded rolling hills to river bottom land. Seller will consider owner financing.
Tootie KellyTootie Kelly Farm & Ranch
$2,000,0001,540 acresPaducah, TX79248 - Cottle County
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. There is one pond and rural water is available for additional water. The Pease River runs approximately 1.8 miles through the property.
The ranch has numberous 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
Danny HavinsDavis Vernon Real Estate
$1,909,0001,660 acresPaducah, TX79248 - Cottle County
This is a good ranch, ready for your cattle also excellent hunting. It is fenced cross fenced several stock tanks and also community water. There is a good set of working pens and 175 acres of cultivation.
Located in Southeast Cottle County, the Otta Springs Ranch is 1025 +/- Acres of native pasture, with 1 mile of Wichita River frontage. This ranch is a historic piece of Cottle County history, having been the location of the very first commissioned Post Office in the county. This ranch has ample cover for all types of wildlife, but is located in an area known for its big whitetail deer. A property like this one rarely enters the market, so don't miss your chance to own it. The Otta Springs Ranch offers lush native pasture for cattle grazing, and is currently leased as a cattle ranch, with the lease expiring at the end of this year.
Access is easy from all directions, with paved frontage on the South property line, and county road access
Steven W. Beck, Jr.Davis Vernon Real Estate
$900,000235 acresFM 1440, Childress, TX79248 - Cottle County
Outstanding Country Property With Excellent Hunting and Amazing Facilities. Located in Cottle County South Of Childress Off Highway 83
- Large 100' X 120' Barn with "House" Living Quarters Inside.
- 2 Bed, 3 Bath, 1800 SQFT
-Granite Counter Tops Throughout
- All High End Furniture Stays
- Barn Built To 150 MPH Wind Specs
- Electric Doors
- 5 Additional 20' X 20' Barns
- 2 Septic Tanks
- Outside & Inside RV Hookups
- Storm Cellar
- All Barns Are Newer Construction
- Public Water
- Inside walls 6" Insulation
- Outside Walls 12" Insulation
- Roof 18" Insulation
- Property Divided Into 5 Pastures
- Dam On Property
- Some Older Storage Buildings
- Well Fenced
- Only Minerals Owned By Seller is 1/16 Which Will Convey With Prop
Dirk van ReenenUSA Land And Ranch / AG Brokers LTD
$768,500668.21 acresPaducah, TX79248 - Cottle County
The Starr Family Property is offered by descendants of James Harper Starr, former Secretary of the Treasury of the Republic of Texas, whose efforts to survey, map and sell land throughout the state were instrumental in Texas growth throughout the late 19th century. The property is located on the Cottle and King County lines and is a combination of CRP, expired CRP, native pasture and brush. The property configuration is square with significant topography change and access by a quarter-mile private easement at the end of FM 452. The property enjoys excellent whitetail deer and quail hunting, with a large ranch landowner adjacent to the south, native pasture to the east and west, and cropland to the north. Seasonal Willow Creek dissects the s
Hunting Ranch with Income!
Looking for a diverse hunting tract with two means of revenue? Look no further, this is your place. Located just North of Paducah, TX in central Cottle County, this ranch is loaded with awesome hunting. Whitetail AND Mule deer in abundance, (dont find that in many places), Bobwhite quail, Rio Grande Turkey, Dove, Wild hogs, and all types of varmints.
With over a mile of highway access, coupled with the layout of the land having multiple tree lines along interior fences, gives this ranch a feeling of being very secluded, with the convenience of easy access. There are approximately 328 acres in the CRP program until 2022, bringing in around $8,800.00 annually. Each pasture is cross fenced, and with three well
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
This is a nice ranch with diverse terrain, which is gently rolling to some cultivatable fields which have been converted to pasture and now out of the CRP program. The property joins a portion of the famous Triangle Ranch. There is good tree cover which provides good hunting and protection for livestock.
If you are looking for a small west Texas ranch this is a good combination place for cattle and hunting. Deer hunting was good this past season and the quail are back.
Also the owner is offering to convey 25% of minerals.
Bill ShanklinShanklin Investments
$630,000591.6 acres912 12TH STREET, Paducah, TX79248 - Cottle County
Cottonwood Creek Ranch
The Cottonwood Creek Ranch is located in Eastern Cottle County, TX along US Hwy 70. This is a diverse tract, that offers hunting, farming, and ranching. The ranch is easily accessible having pavement on two sides. The property offers abundant cover for all types of wildlife, and has some cultivation that allows the owner to plant crops that attract game, as well as generates income. This ranch is located in big whitetail country, however is not limited to deer only. There is a wet weather creek (Cottonwood Creek) lined with hardwoods, that runs through the Northwest portion of the property, that serves as a superhighway for all types of wildlife. The place has ample water, with rural water, as well as a couple eart
Steven W. Beck, Jr.Davis Vernon Real Estate
$493,220542 acresCR 358, Paducah, TX79248 - Cottle County
This farm is located Northeast of Paducah, Texas with 400+ acres in cultivation and the remainder in native pasture currently operated as a stocker operation. The property has a flat to rolling terrain good mesquite tree cover for cattle protection in winter months and provides adequate hunting opportunities.
Cottle County 320 is a beautiful piece of Texas Rolling Plains rangelands that lies north of Paducah, Texas and borders the immense 28,000-plus acre Matador Wildlife Management Area. This tract is an ideal hunting property that features two distinct rangeland types, water provided by a pair of windmills, nearly new fencing, and the vestiges of a shelterbelt that provides year round cover and travel corridors for Rio Grande turkey, whitetail, mule deer, abundant bobwhite quail, feral pigs, mourning and whitewing doves, and the occasional scaled quail.
The County Line Ranch
236 +/- ACRES of Hunting Land
Located East of Paducah, across from the large Triangle Ranch, this place has it all. Made up of improved grass and native pasture, the new owner will find ample grazing for a small cattle operation, and ample cover for big whitetail deer, as well as other wildlife in abundance. There are awesome views in every direction from all areas of this place. Mesquite and cedar trees provide ample cover, as well giving this place seclusion from the world, but yet it is easily access from US 70 and CR 349, just inside Cottle County. Around 40 acres on the East side of the ranch lies in Foard County, a county known for its wild hogs, and big bucks.
The fences are in good shape, and the plac