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Steven Beck
Steven Beck
Legacy Properties
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Properties of Steven Beck with Legacy Properties in Paducah, TX

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$168,000 160 acres
Farm to Market Road 2585, Vernon, Texas 76384 - Wilbarger County

FM 2585 Hunting Ranch

This 160 +/- acres is located south of Vernon at the corner of the paved FM 2585 and the county maintained CR 97 S. It is just one mile from the historic 510,000 acre Waggoner Ranch, in an area known for large numbers of deer and trophy bucks. The land is all in grass, with the north half being improved and the south half in native pasture. The south half has some thick mesquites and good wildlife habitat. It has a lot of game trails running through it, and this is the area from where the posted game camera pictures came too. Whitetails and feral hog will be both be found here, with the potential of shooting a really nice trophy (170"+ bucks have been harvested within a mile of this property.) A 20 +/- acre red-scald ravine runs through
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$243,600 168 acres
Farm to Market 1278, Paducah, Texas 79248 - Cottle County

Reeves Hunting Ranch

Awesome 168 +/- acres in Cottle County, Texas, located southeast of Paducah and a half mile from the North Wichita River! The land has electricity and two strong irrigation wells on site, and comes with two travel trailers. Set up for hunting, this is a really nice property for year around use. The land has solid mesquite tree cover across it, with a few scattered cedars. Parts are thicker than others, with the thickest cover running through the middle where a seasonal creek wash is. A pond has been built off of this wash. Another pond is on the north end, which is kept full via one of the irrigation wells. The land comes equipped with four tower blinds and feeders. The owner has harvested some really nice bucks over the years a
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$180,000 160 acres
Lazare, Texas 79252 - Cottle County

Lazare Ranch - Whitetail & Mule Deer!!!

This 160 +/- acres is located in northeast Cottle County, near the Hardeman/Childress County line west of the Lazare community. It has county road frontage on its north side and half of its east side, and is just 1/4 mile from the paved FM 104. The property lies just 1.5 miles north of the Pease River and a half mile from the river breaks themselves. On the other side of the Pease River is the 90,000 acre Triangle Ranch, which has miles and miles of unhunted native range land. This is in prime deer hunting country, having both whitetails and mulies, and it'scommon to see herds of deer grazing in the wheat fields while driving county roads in this area. In addition to great bucks, you can also expect turkey, feral hog, bobcat and coyote.
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$134,300 158 acres
Farm to Market Road 2278, Paducah, Texas 79248 - Cottle County

Paducah Hunting Ranch - priced at only $850/acre!

This 158 +/- acres is located south of Paducah on the paved FM 2278. The property also has road frontage on its north and south sides. It has electricity and city water in place, minerals, good cover and is priced to move quick. LAND TERRAIN-USE: The land is mostly flat with a gentle roll. A seasonal creek wash runs through its middle. This wash has hackberries and tall mesquites surrounding it. The property has two cross fenced pastures on either side of the wash, 25 and 114 acres in size. The fences are in overall good condition. These pastures have good stands of native grass and scattered mesquite thickets for wildlife cover. A water well is used to water cattle. An old house and some outbuildings are located at the roa
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$215,460 239.4 acres
Farm to Market Road 2278, Delwin, Texas 79248 - Cottle County

Delwin Ranch - close to 89,000 acre Tongue River Ranch

This 239.4 +/- acres is located north of the Delwin community in Cottle County, TX, about 10 minutes southwest of Paducah. It is all in grass, with some areas having thick brush and other areas more open pasture land. A barbed wire fence with metal t-posts is in good shape around the perimeter; the land is divided into two pastures by a cross fence, 46 and 193 acres respectively. LAND USE: The 46 acres is heavily wooded with hackberry trees and mesquites. It is basically in a long draw, which is part of the headwaters of South Buck Creek. A small pond has been dammed up on the south end of the draw, which would benefit from being dug out. This area is perfect for hunting whitetails and feral hog. You could bow hunt or shoot a ri
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$198,750 159 acres
County Road P, Childress, Texas 79201 - Childress County

Garden Valley Ranch, near the Red River

The 159 +/- acre Garden Valley Ranch is located in the northeast corner of Childress County near the Hardeman County line, just 1.5 miles south of the Prairie Dog Town Fork of the Red River. It has county maintained roads on two sides and access to electricity on its east and south sides. Approximately 150 acres of the property is in grass pasture, consisting primarily of CRP grasses like bluestem and switch. Patches of wild plum thickets are well established too. This part of the land has a gentle slope with a slight draw running through it. Three feeding pens have been set up in the pasture to attract game, and the camera pictures from these locations verify the activity (see photo gallery). The back part of the property has lar
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$204,750 210 acres
Farm to Market Road 3103, Crowell, Texas 79227 - Foard County

Margaret Farm

This 210 +/- acre Foard County farm is mostly flat, with approximately 173.76 acres in cultivation and 34.21 acres in pasture land & grass waterways. The land is located west of the Margaret community on the paved FM 3103, with 0.3 miles of frontage on this road on its south side. It also has county road frontage on its east side on CR 247. The farm is currently under an agricultural lease to a local farmer, who also farms the adjoining fields. The property doesn't have any fences or structural improvements. The pasture land on the east side has three small ponds. Three-phase electricity is available along the FM road on the south side. It has an agricultural tax exemption in place. This land has potential to be developed for so
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$893,000 940 acres
County Road 314, Paducah, Texas 79248 - Cottle County

Owl Creek South Ranch

This 940 +/- acre Cottle County ranch has a variety of terrains, from cultivated fields and terraced pastures to deep ravines and canyons. It's located 6.5 miles northeast of Paducah, Texas, along the rim of the Pease River breaks, the canyons of which begin the Owl Creek drainage system. It has two ponds, city water available deep into the property and is very private. LAND TERRAIN: The ranch is accessed by a 0.6 mile long deeded easement from county maintained CR 314 on its south side. The ranch opens up wide when you enter it. This area here is mostly native country, with a 101.7 acre wheat field on the east side. The land gradually climbs upwards across a 400+ acre rolling grass pasture until reaching the breaks on the north and w
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$318,550 277 acres
FM 268, Childress, Texas 79201 - Childress County

McLerran Ranch - solid brush, hardwoods, food plot!

This is a great opportunity to own a thick, wooded hunting ranch in Childress County, Texas, with paved road frontage and available utilities! The McLerran Ranch is approximately 277 acres in the northeast region of the county, just six miles from Kirkland and the Highway 287 corridor. TERRAIN/VEGETATION: This land is mostly flat, with a slight roll where the creek runs through the property. It consists primarily of native pasture, with a 30 acre wheat field on the south side that acts as a food plot. Through the middle of the ranch and on the west side are dense trees, including mature mesquites and hackberries. The other parts of the ranch were in CRP grasses at one time but have been allowed to revert back to native pasture as well, s
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$596,700 663 acres
County Road 428, Paducah, Texas 79248 - Cottle County

Boyle Section - farm land, cattle ranch

The Boyle Section is 663 +/- acres of farm-ranch land in Cottle County, Texas, approximately 5.8 miles southeast of the town of Paducah. It is laid out as a square, with county maintained roads on all four of its sides. THE LAND: The land has approximately 533 acres of dryland cultivation, per the USDA Farm Service Agency, and 130 acres of pasture land, 39 acres of which has been grubbed. The land is slightly sloped with terraces in place, and is well drained. The soils here are primarily a clay loam, with 299.2 acres of all the farm land being Class 2 soils, very capable of growing winter wheat, milo or other grain crops, as well as cotton. The land would take to grass well too, if you wanted to put more of it into pasture for li
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