Deaf Smith county cattle ranch and farm consists of 320 acres of High Plains land near Hereford, Texas in the Texas Panhandle near the Bippus church. This ranch has been used for wheat farming and cattle grazing in the past several years. It is cleared of brush and trees and has good 6 strand fences on all sides. The ranch was in the USDA CRP program and planted with native grasses. The 10 year CRP program has expired. The soils are sandy loam soils that drain to Palo Duro and Tierra Blanca creeks. The elevation is around 4300 feet and the land sits south east of the Caprock by about 2.5 miles. It is also located about 9 miles from the New Mexico border. The wildlife and livestock water from a dirt tank in the south east corner of the ranch. This location is known for plentiful mule deer, antelope, wild turkey and migratory birds. Predators include coyotes and bobcats. Deaf Smith county ...+ Show More
Directions: west of Sims on hwy 214 to curve, go 2 miles west on CR to north and south CR R, then north 5 miles to CR24. 1 1/2mi west to SE corner of property.
OR: west of Adrian on I-40, exit on access road at Stuckey's west to FM 2858, south on 2858 to T in roads, west along caprock to CR R, south 5 miles to CR24, 1 1/2 mi west to SE corner of property.The coordinates to the ranch are 35.104247,-102.881047. The property sits 29 miles south of the Canadian river. It is in the NW corner of Deaf Smith county below the Caprock. It is 59 miles west of Amarillo and 34 miles NW of Hereford, Tx. It is about 15 miles SW of Adrian as the crow flies.