Terrain & Vegetation:
The diverse terrain of the ranch aids in creating an excellent habitat for the varied wildlife species and livestock that roam the H2. Rough Creek traverses the ranch for almost 7 miles with its productive bottomland. Areas of rough draws and cedar covered rims separate the lower gently rolling plains to large gently sloping uplands. One good size area of the hillside and draws has a considerable amount of Live Oak trees, unique for this area. A fair amount of tree clearing has recently been completed opening areas for grass production and quail habitat. Various brush, mesquite and cedar provide cover and protection for cattle and wildlife. There is a good cover of native grass and forbs on the ranch.
The H2 Ranch has no building improvements except for two nice sets of pens and corrals. Many nice areas, with scenic views provide good locations for ...+ Show More
The H2 Ranch is located in Northwest Scurry County, Texas approximately 15 miles from Snyder and Winston Field, a jet capable airport of 5599ft. and GPS capable. Access to the ranch is on a paved county road 1105.