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Jack Holman
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Properties of Jack Holman with Ranch Locator Company in Weimar, TX

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$4,400,000 1,764 acres
FM 2028, Brady, Texas 76825 - McCulloch County

1,764 acres Brady, TX

This 1,743 acre tract lies just west of Brady. The property is bounded by paved FM 2028 on the north and most of the southern boundary touches a gravel county road called "Nine Road". Access is easy. The north and east boundaries are game fenced. There are 5 stock ponds, the largest when full is approximately 1.5 acres. Electricity is nearby along both roads. In addition to the ponds, the current owners have negotiated a pipeline easement agreement with the city of Brady. Some time in 2019 or 2020, the city plans to lay a water line that will cut across the extreme NE corner of the property. The landowners have first right to up to 5 2" taps that can be used on the ranch. The terrain is flat to gently rolling on the western end
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$1,572,825 939 acres 3 Beds | 1 Bath | 1300 sqft
Freer, Texas 78357 - Duval County

JAR Ranch

Historically, some of the best South Texas areas for producing trophy white tail deer have been LaSalle, McMullen, Webb and Duval Counties. The 939 acre JAR Ranch is located smack in the middle of this region. You can pull up a map to easily locate this property. It lies a few miles south of where these four famous counties meet. Roughly half of the tract lies in Duval County and the western part lies in Webb County. This is a prime location for heavy bodied and thick antlered bucks. The ranch is diverse. To the average person looking at South Texas, all of the properties in this region appear more or less the same an ocean of brush. Anywhere in the world however, river and creek drainages hold the best soils and a good Wildlife B
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$2,170,650 870 acres
Brady, Texas 76825 - McCulloch County

870 acres Brady, TX

This ~870 acre tract is the east pasture of the 1,764 acres that is available. Also for sale is the ~893 acre West Pasture. Both pastures south boundary is Nine Road. The far eastern end is relatively flat with sandy soils, mesquite, prickly pear and scattered live oak. As you move west, you encounter a scenic prominent rocky ridge that consists of live oak, thickets of shin oak and a few scattered red oak. The western portion is a rolling plateau of darker soils with mesquite, pear, live oak, algarita, cat claw acacia, green briar and persimmon trees. All of it is wooded. The entire tract has a strong stand of native grasses. The current owners have done everything by the book regarding livestock and wildlife management not only
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$2,230,530 894 acres
Brady, Texas 76825 - McCulloch County

894 acres Brady, TX

This ~894 acres is the western pasture of a total of ~1,764 acre ranch that is for sale. It is bounded on the north by FM 2028 and the south by a gravel county road called "Nine Road". The surface is slightly undulating with dark loam soils. Predominate tree is mesquite but there are a lot of live oak plus persimmon, lote brush, algarita and prickly pear. Very good cover of native grasses throughout. All wooded with no fields and with very little cedar. There are two ponds. Electricity is located along the north the SW portion of the tract and public water is available near the NE corner. 100 percent of the minerals are owned by sellers and these are negotiable. This ranch has been in the same family for 6 generations, since the 18
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$284,995 24.47 acres 3 Beds | 2 Baths | 1120 sqft
1407 Armstrong Derry Road, Waelder, Texas 78959 - Fayette County

24.47 acres Waelder, TX

This 24.47 acres has frontage on paved Armstrong Derry Road and also on gravel Sparta Field Road. The front of the property is a clearing but the remainder of the tract has re-growth mesquite with a few cedar. The mesquite is still small enough that any new owner has the option of letting it continue to grow in order to provide cover for wildlife or to selectively treat with herbicide enhancing better grass cover for livestock. Near the southwest end of the property is a large metal barn with concrete floor. The house is a manufactured home which is used by the owners as a weekend get-a-way and is 1,120 sq. ft. with 3 bedrooms and 2 baths. A nice wrap-around porch has been added. The property is served by a public water system. Thi
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$1,416,085 247.47 acres
Rock Island, Texas 77470 - Colorado County

247.47 acres Rock Island, TX

This ranch has been managed to maximize grazing opportunities in that there is no brush. With the exception of a few widely scatter trees, the entire property is clean grassland. The owner has systematically sprayed for weeds and brush encroachment so what remains is basically pure native grass cover. The soils are mostly sandy loam. County Road 141 (gravel) borders the west and south perimeter. The property is flat but there is a slight slope from south to north. This ranch is ideal for livestock grazing, hay production or possibly rice production.
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$300,000 30 acres
Sheridan, Texas 77964 - Colorado County

30 acres Sheridan, TX

This 30 acre property sits well hidden off CR 2152 east of Sheridan. Access is via an all weather deeded easement. The tract consists of an open field that is surrounded by mature live oak trees. Most of the underbrush has been cleared away but what remains is mostly yaupon and American beauty berry. Improvements consists of a 15'x32' and a 12'x16' buildings that are semi-finished into living quarters. There is another small utility shed. This property already has electricity, a good water well and one pond. Wildlife consists of whitetail deer, feral swine and a few turkey.
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$290,000 100 acres 3 Beds | 1 Bath
Rock Springs, Texas 78880 - Edwards County

100 acres Rock Springs, TX

Rock Springs is amply named. There are plenty of rocks in Edwards County! Many of the ranches in the region have been degraded due to overgrazing, especially during drought conditions. With a thin top-soil, this will cause choice grasses and woody plants to disappear. On this property however, very light rotational grazing has resulted in good native grass cover with quality species such as little blue stem. Wildlife cover and browse plants are in good shape as well. Although there is some cedar on the tract, it is not a monoculture. Live oak, persimmon, mountain laurel, bernardia and algarita are present in good numbers along with good deer browse plants such as cat claw acacia and shin oak. The property fronts on US Highway 377 an
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