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Location: M3 ranch is located in Young County just inside the Young/ Throckmorton County line on
Highway 380. The ranch is approximately 2 hours from Dallas, 2 hours from Fort Worth,
and 25 miles west of Graham.
Surveyed Acres: 599.94 Acres.
Terrain: Terrain is rolling hills with native grasses, nice ridgelines, and rocky outcroppings. Seasonal
tributaries drain through the ranch and feed several stock tanks. There is an excellent mixture
of trees covering this ranch including live oak, chittamwood, cottonwood, mesquite and
hackberry trees. Lotebush, prickly pear cactus, catclaw, and tasajillo (turkey pear) are also
present and beneficial for wildlife.
Hunting: Deer are plentiful and trophy bucks regularly inhabit this property. This area is known for its
whitetail deer genetics. Bucks in the 140-160 B&C class are common with many trophies being
harvested in the past. The duck lake is in a good flyway and attracts an abundance of ducks in
the fall and winter months. There are two cultivated areas on the ranch that could be planted in
wheat and sunflowers to create prime dove hunting. Turkey, quail, feral hogs and a variety of
varmints can also be found on this ranch.
Improvements: An 1800 square foot manufactured home with 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, living room,
dining room, full size kitchen and a washer/dryer are in the mudroom. The house sits on a
fenced 1/2 acre hilltop with a front and back porch providing scenic views. In addition there is
a fenced dog run on the north side of the home, a 15 x 20 storage barn and a 40-foot sea
container located just east of the house. Rural water and electric are to the home. There is also
a good system of roads throughout the ranch.
Cultivation: Approximately 68.5 acres of fenced cultivation is located in the center of the ranch and
currently planted in winter wheat. A second field is 33.8 acres located in the northwestern
corner of the property perfect for a wildlife food plot or dove field if sunflowers were planted.
Stock Water: There are 4 stock tanks on the property and a 3-acre Duck Lake just west of the house. The
duck lake fluctuates during drought times, but is always a reliable source of water. The
owners specifically created it for the purpose of duck hunting.
Utilities: Electricity is provided by Ft. Belknap Electric Cooperative. Rural water is provided by Ft.
Belknap Water Supply. Water and electricity are to the house and power is also to a location in near the middle cultivated field.
Surface Leases: Hunting and grazing rights are currently leased. The fields are being properly farmed and the
ranch is being taken good care of. Both leases can be terminated if the owner enters into a sales
contract and tenants are given adequate notice.
Contact: Jack Fauntleroy-Agent 940-550-4432 mobile
Directions: From downtown Graham, Texas travel west on Hwy 380. Pass through Newcastle and
continue traveling west on Hwy 380 for approximately 11.3 miles. The ranch gate is located
on the north side of Hwy 380 about mile before the Throckmorton county line.
Number of Stock Tanks (water under 1 acre)
Number of Ponds (water 1-5 acres)
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