The Adams Ranch has been a treasured asset to a long time ranching family for over three generations. This scenic, working ranch encompasses 22,375.6 acres (more or less) and sits on the Val Verde/Terrell County line north of highway 90 near Pumpville. The Adams family and their heirs have long since been great stewards of the land. This is evidenced by the amount of quality forage that covers the ranch and by the continual improvements in fencing, pipelines, water troughs, solar panels, and various other ranch related improvements that have been made over the years. Water is readily available from 6 water wells scattered throughout the ranch. The wells range in depth from about 500-800 feet. The original ranch headquarters consists of two small houses which are used during hunting season, a 672 square foot barn, an 800 square foot hay shed, and a set of working pens. There are also several other sets of working pens scattered throughout the ranch. The ranch is cross fenced into 11 pastures and two traps. The pastures range in size from 1,076 acres up to 2,374 acres. The two traps contain 288 acres and 443 acres and are adjacent to the headquarters. Wildlife is plentiful due to careful management and more than adequate supply of available water. Access to the ranch is by a well maintained county road. Whether you are seeking a beautiful southwest retreat or to simply stock one of the few remaining large ranch holdings in the area, you cannot go wrong at $325 / acre. By appointment only.
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