Summary: Opportunity to own a prolific hunting ranch within 2.5 hours of DFW. Outstanding hunting for deer, quail, dove, turkey, duck, pigs and sandhill crane. Meticulously maintained with only wildlife in mind.
Location: Located on the Throckmorton and Stephens County line on C.R. 390 approximately 130 miles West of DFW, 16 miles North of Breckenridge, TX, and 4 miles South of Woodson, TX.
Wildlife: This is a true turnkey all around hunting ranch. Fantastic deer, quail, dove, turkey, duck, pig, and crane hunting. The ranch is in its fourth year of the Texas Managed Lands Deer Permit Program and has level three status allowing for multiple deer permits and an extended gun and bow season of October through February. Extensive deer management practices have been implemented. Eight tower blinds and feeders convey. Multiple food plots are in place. The deer herd has been fed a heavy diet of protein over the past six years. Senderos have been strategically cut and planted in improved grasses through a partnership with the NRCS. Neighboring properties are owner managed and hunted for trophy bucks. Two custom sunflower dove fields are in place and ready to hunt. Both have been fantastic bird hunting fields for years.
Improvements: WILL DIVIDE INTO 562 AND 518 ACRES Two home sites. One consisting of a nice three bed two bath mobile home and 30x40 metal barn and covered patio. The other site offers two custom built cabins (Ulrich Log Cabins) and one 12x24 barn with overhang for vehicle storage. Main cabin is one bed, one bath with full kitchen and living, and two lofts. Second cabin is two bed, one bath, and two lofts. Both sites are move-in ready and serviced by rural water, electric, and septic. There is also a pole barn on the property just off the County Road.
Terrain: Gently rolling land with mesquite flats and hardwoods along Givens creek which runs through the West side of the property.
Water: Six stock ponds ranging in size from small to large. One pond has been enlarged including added structure for fishing. All tanks have been stocked with catfish, bass, crappie, and perch.
Fencing: Condition ranging from average to excellent. One mile of fence on the West property line was replaced in 2011.
Cultivation: Two cultivated fields consisting of approximately 160 acres each. Currently planted as dove fields in the fall and wheat in the spring. No farming lease in place. The fields bring in approximately $2,500 annually in agriculture base money from the U.S.D.A. Farm Service Agency. Base money derives from cotton, sorghum, and wheat subsidies.
Grazing: No grazing leases in place. Over the past six years grazing has been very minimal and used to enhance wildlife habitat only.
183 North from Breckenridge. Cross Brazos River. Left on CR 394. Left on CR 390. Ranch is on Right.
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