Fantastic ranch located in Motley County boasting live water and variable topography. Ballard Creek Ranch, once apart of the historic Matador Ranch, the property has deep roots in the area. The ranch is setup for running cattle including a set of working pens centrally located near the creek plus a working windmill and well providing plenty of water to the pastures. The ranch is also known for its hunting thanks to water available year-round, the uneven land and cover from mesquite trees. This includes whitetail deer, quail and wild hogs.
Aside from the live water of Ballard Creek that snakes through the southeast corner of the property, there is a spring and 1 windmill providing water for the rest of the pasture land.
Motley county is home to a healthy population of whitetail deer, quail, wild hogs, and other small game. Thanks to the availability of water year-round ...+ Show More
From Matador, Texas, head east on US 62 E/US 70 E for miles. Turn left onto FM 1380 for 3.3 miles. Turn right onto the dirt road and continue for about 3.2 miles to the gate at the southwest corner of the property.