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$240,000 86.8 acres
Olney, Texas 76374 - Archer County

Moss Farm

Location The Moss Farm is located in southwestern Archer County along the South Fork of the Little Wichita. It is about a 10-minute drive from Olney and a 20-minute drive from Archer City. The ranch is also within a 2-hour drive of the DFW metroplex. Water The South Fork of the little Wichita bisects the farm and it basically separates the tillable ground on the east from the pasture to the west. There are three ponds on the property, and rural water supplies the home. Wildlife The Moss Farm provides all of the essentials for wildlife; food, water and cover. Surface water includes the three ponds and the creek which will hold water in the deeper cuts during the wet season. The winter wheat crop pulls in Whitetail deer, hogs a
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$392,108 182.38 acres
Bynum, Texas 76631 - Hill County

Hill Top Ranch

Location One and a half hours drive south from downtown Dallas or Fort Worth, about halfway between Aquila Lake and Navarro Mills Lake. Just take I-35 East-South from Dallas or I-35 West-South from Fort Worth. Thirty-five minutes north of Waco, a mere ten minutes from Abbott and only 20 minutes from the Czech Stop in West, when youve just got to have a world class kolache, klobasnek or a strudel. Water The ranch has a duck slough in the southeast corner, fed by runoff and a wet weather creek to the west of the property. There are four dirt tanks on the ranch, affording livestock water in each pas-ture. Wildlife The Seller has been annually leasing access to the southern pasture, via an access gate off the county road lo
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$544,375 335 acres
Hubbard, Texas 76648 - Hill County

Ash Creek Ranch

Location: Ash Creek Ranch is located approximately 70 miles south of downtown Dallas, near the City of Hubbard, TX. Hubbard is the second largest community in Hill County and is named after Richard B. Hubbard, who was the 16th Governor of Texas. He was on hand for the sale of the first town lots on August 11, 1881. The town was organized when the railroads were built through this section of Texas. Water: In 1995, this ranch was enrolled in the Wetlands Reserve Program (WRP). The purpose and intent of this action was to restore, protect, manage, maintain, and enhance the functional values of wetlands. Managed by the National Resources Conservation Service (NRCS), their goal remains a priority, to achieve the greatest wetland fun
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