Size: 481 acres ~ Throckmorton Ranch
Location: Located in Southeastern Throckmorton County just a few miles Northeast of Woodson, Texas and just a couple miles from the Young County Line.
Terrain: The Throckmorton Ranch's landscape consists of bull mesquite flats, live oak thickets, and areas of scattered post oaks and nice elevation change. From the cattle guard entrance of the ranch just behind the ranch house, the rolling pasture consists primarily of large mesquite and scattered hackberry. This pasture is very thick and lines a cultivated field which would be ideal for a winter wheat food plot. Currently the fields are in grass for cattle grazing and deer bedding areas, but could easily be put back to cultivation. The southern portion of the ranch has much more elevation change, is very scenic and heavily wooded in Post Oak, Live Oak, Elm, and Hackberry trees. Toward the back of the ranch there is really neat 1300 foot elevated plateau with rocky outcroppings and long views. This area is perfect for hiking, exploring, four wheeling, or maybe a picnic under the large shade trees. Due to the topography and shape of the ranch, it hunts and feels much larger than 481 acres! The ponds on the ranch offer water for wildlife and cattle as well as excellent duck hunting in the colder months of the year and fishing year round. The current owner has installed a system of gates and miles of steel perimeter and internal fences so pastures can be grazed in a more manageable way other than just free roam grazing. This also allows cattle to be confined to areas so during hunting season certain areas of the ranch are left alone. The Throckmorton Ranch has so much to offer the outdoorsman with the hunting, fishing, agriculture, ranching, and just enjoying being on a well rounded ranch with endless opportunities.
Improvements: Older Ranch Home with Electricity, Water Well, Rural Water, Four ponds (Some stocked with bass and crappie), Pipe cattle corrals and loading chute, Two 20' Storage containers, Fences and Gates are excellent condition, Gravel Road Access, Good interior road system, Cultivation and Grass fields
Wildlife: Whitetail Deer, Quail, Turkey, Dove, Duck, Sandhill Cranes, Wild Hogs, and Fishing in ponds.
Income: The cropland fields and foodplots are currently being operated by owner but could be leased out for additional income and well as the grazing of the native pastures.
Minerals: Some minerals may be available with an acceptable contract.
Price: $2,075 per acre
Contact: Andrew Pennington - Listing Agent (940) 838-8112
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