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Clint Roberson
Clint Roberson
Mossy Oak Properties of Texas - Menard Division

Properties of Clint Roberson with Mossy Oak Properties of Texas - Menard Division in Menard, TX

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$3,800,000 1,574 acres
12750 Kitchens Road, Menard, Texas 76859 - Menard County

Martin Ranch

NEW LISTING!!! Here is a ranch for the buyer who wants everything. The Martin Ranch is located just over 10 miles down Callan Lane, a county-maintained road just east of the Menard city limits. The ranch is 1,574 +/- acres with big neighbors, bordering the historic Ford ranch to the east. The topography of the ranch is diverse, consisting of gently rolling, open live oak country with deep productive soils on the west side. The east side is more brushy with scattered limestone in places. The ranch has been well taken care of and there is an excellent turf of native grass pretty much throughout. 5 dirt tanks are scattered throughout the ranch to take advantage of rainfall runoff and overflow from water storage systems. In addition to
Clint Roberson Mossy Oak Properties of Texas - Menard Division
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$85,000 20.9 acres
Menard, Texas 76859 - Menard County

20.9 acres in Mesquite Springs Subdivision

PRICE REDUCED TO SELL!! Motivated seller!! Just bring your gun or bow and come hunting! This property is set up and ready to go. This 20.9 acres is Lot 36 of the Mesquite Springs Ranch subdivision located on Waddell Lane in Menard County. The property is being sold as a package deal with a well kept 2007 Sprinter travel trailer, a very nice Redneck tower stand, and a Capsule game feeder. The property is fenced on the east side and is equipped with electricity. The owners have been keeping feed out for the wildlife year around and hunting has been good for both deer and turkey. Hogs and free range exotics have also been seen in the area. Why pay a hunting lease when you can own your own piece of Menard County?
Clint Roberson Mossy Oak Properties of Texas - Menard Division
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$1,600,000 690 acres
Menard, Texas 76859 - Menard County

Super-Nice 690 acre Ranch in Southern Menard County

This 690 +/- acre ranch is a great hunting/ranching combo located 12 miles south of Menard on FM 2291. The property is gently rolling from higher elevations on the west to lower on the east, making for some beautiful vistas. There are lots of big pretty liveoak trees and a great turf of native grasses. Mesquite, cedar and other native brush makes great cover for wildlife. The ranch has great populations of whitetail deer, turkey, hogs and some quail. The deer herd has been managed for several years, only hunted by the owners. The results definitely show, with good numbers of older bucks with trophy genetics. The ranch is conventionally fenced on 3 sides, and high-fenced on the north. The neighboring ranches are all large ranches.
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$500,000 313.79 acres
2495 FM 176, Eden, Texas 76837 - Concho County

313 +/- Acres in Concho County

New Listing!!! 313.79 acres of mixed-use farm and ranch land located 6 miles southwest of Eden Texas. This property is rectangular in shape and has frontage on FM 176 and County Road 2022. The past and current use of the property has been farming, ranching and oil and gas production. The ranch is cross fenced into six smaller pastures. The perimeter is fenced in conventional fencing except for the north side which is high fenced. There is a good set of pipe livestock working pens. Approximately 2/3 of the ranch look to formerly be in cultivation and the rest native pastureland with mainly mesquite and brush cover and a few big mature liveoak trees. There are deep soils on most of the property and a good turf of native grasses. Th
Clint Roberson Mossy Oak Properties of Texas - Menard Division
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$215,000 48.64 acres
Menard, Texas 76859 - Menard County

48.64 acres in Northern Menard County

NEW LISTING!!! This is a nice "end of the road" hunting property. The 48.64 acres consists of Tract 1 Lost Trail Ranch Subdivision and Tract 48 Live Oak Creek Ranch Subdivision. The property is accessed by a well maintained gravel easement. This is definitely one of the more desirable properties in the area, bordering a large ranch to the south. This is also one of the only tracts with it's own water well. The well is equipped with a submersible pump and can pump into a pond to water wildlife or livestock. Other improvements include a metal sea container for storage of feed, hunting gear, or a four wheeler. Hunting is good for deer, turkey, axis and other exotics.
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