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Land for sale including Recreational Property in Knox County Texas

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$25,000,000 17,984 acres
Benjamin, TX 79505 - Knox County

17,984 acres Benjamin, TX

18,000 +/- ACRE KNOX COUNTY, TEXAS RANCH BENJAMIN, TEXAS LOCATION: Approximately 75 miles southwest of Wichita Falls. The southern ranch boundary adjoins the City of Benjamin. The western boundary fronts on State Highway 6 and the north has 2 private access easements to County Road 3560. TERRAIN & RANCH LAND DESCRIPTION: Diverse terrain from Mesquite bottom land on both sides of the South Wichita River to 1072 acres of cultivated wheat fields; 200 acres of cultivated perennial warm and cool season food plots planted with various forbs mixes for wildlife; some rugged cedar brush country and pasture land with excellent grasses, browse and forbs desirable for cattle ranching and wildlife. WATER: 10 1/2 miles (21 miles both sid
Les Meyer Tejas Properties
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$2,990,460 2,364 acres
FM 267, Gilliland, TX 79227 - Knox County

Buffalo Springs Ranch

The Buffalo Springs Ranch is a solid block of land, 2,364 acres in size, located just a mile south of the Wichita River in northeast Knox County, Texas. This a well improved hunting ranch, with paved road frontage, perimeter high fencing, ten years of consistent feeding and wildlife management, beautiful scenery, and MONSTER bucks! RANCH SYNOPSIS: - 2,363.815 surveyed acres (March 2003 survey) - 0.5 mile of paved road frontage - 8.7 miles of perimeter 8' tall game fencing, in excellent condition - 161' of elevation change across it (1473' to 1312') - Variety of trees and brush, diverse terrain - Several creek ravines, with natural springs - 7 water tanks scattered across the ranch, most of which have recently been dug out to 18
Benjamin Belew & Beau Byars Legacy Properties
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$2,523,000 1,682 acres
Benjamin, TX 79505 - Knox County

1682 Ac. Quail and Mule Deer

1682 Ac. Mule Deer Pasture Of the 18,000 Ac. KC Ranch, Benjamin, Knox Co. Texas Location: Approximately 90 miles southwest of Wichita Falls and 5 miles North of Benjamin. The entrance to the Ranch is accessed by a short easement off County Road 3560. TERRAIN & RANCH LAND DESCRIPTION: It is very seldom that a Ranch of this quality comes available, especially adjacent and under the same high fence as a managed 18,000 acre hunting preserve. Diverse terrain from Mesquite bottom land to areas that could be cultivated for perennial warm and cool season food plots; some rugged cedar brush country and pasture land with excellent grasses, browse and forbs desirable for cattle ranching and wildlife. WILDLIFE: Abundant mule deer,
Les Meyer Tejas Properties
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$1,867,230 2,074.7 acres
County Road 2651, Crowell, TX 79227 - Knox County

Carroll Ranch

Great potential for both a working cattle ranch and a recreational ranch, this property consists of 2075+/- acres with 1550 in native range and 525 in tillable acres. Land is flat to undulating with clay loam soils being predominate soil, with brush consisting of mesquite, some cedar, skunk bush, agarita, and other species. Property has seven (7) ponds with working pens, good fence, electricity and availability to water line. Wildlife is abundant with Deer, Quail, Turkey,Dove, Hogs, Coyotes, and Bobcats along with numerous birds. An additional 459 acres is available by same owner to the west.
Clint Jones M Edwards, REALTORS
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$1,447,600 1,316 acres
Truscott, TX 79227 - Knox County

High Return on Investment and Mostly Cultivated -AP

Size: 1,316 acres Location: Located in North Texas in north central Knox County between the old farm communities of Truscott and Gilliland, Texas. Terrain: The majority of the land on this ranch is comprised primarily of excellent cultivation totaling approximately 1,207 acres. Two small native pastures on two of the tracts are 50 and 60 acres in size and give cattle a dry grass area of grazing as well as offering some hunting as a bonus. In todays agricultural world, efficiency and productivity is king and these quality farms can be very efficiently operated as they are all located in close proximity to each other. These farms are comprised of quality dirt which is excellent for growing winter wheat, cotton, canola, milo, sesame, or
Blaine Covington Texas Hunting Land, LLC
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$863,750 345.5 acres
Knox City, TX 79529 - Knox County

345.5 acres Knox City, TX

NEW TO MARKET!!! This turnkey 346 acre property is situated just west of Knox City, TX in Knox County. It is a mixed use recreational tract that supports a diverse population of wildlife ranging from whitetail deer, hogs, Rio Grande turkey, dove, waterfowl, bobcats, coyotes, and quail. One of the most unique qualities of this property is that the entire southern border is the Salt Fork of the Brazos River totaling in 1.5 miles of riverfront. A water well and electricity is present at the deer camp that is ready to go. In addition, the property will come with 4 deer blinds in excellent condition. This is a must see! More Pictures to come!*** ***MINERALS NEGOTIABLE WITH AN ACCEPTABLE OFFER*** For more information or to schedule a private to
Steve Baxter Mossy Oak Properties
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$480,630 370 acres
Munday, TX 76371 - Knox County

250 acre Slough ~ WRP Program - AP

Size: 370 acres ~ Scott Lake Waterfowl Slough Location: Scott Lake is located in Southern Knox County on the Haskell and Knox County Line just Southeast of Munday, Texas Terrain: Absolutely phenomenal waterfowl hunting land in the Wetland Reserve Program (WRP). With approximately 3000 acres of drainage area, the lake's level will vary with rainfall, when full it is about 250 surface acres (3.5 feet deep at the most) and in the hot summer months, it actually shrinks to just a mud hole in the summer and allows vegetation such as smartweed and millet to grow. The lake is fed by runoff from surrounding fields, as well as the county road ditches. Vegetation throughout the Scott Lake includes tall Switchgrass, Side oats Grama, Plain Bri
Blaine Covington Texas Hunting Land, LLC