640 Acres of Prime Hunting and Grazing in Callahan County 4 Miles South of Oplin, TX.
180 acres reseeded in 2010 with a 7-way native mix of Sideoats Grama, Wilman Lovegrass, Switchgrass, Green Sprangletop, Indiangrass, Little Bluestem, and Big Bluestem.
The grass is in excellent shape, the best I have seen in a while, and above average for the area. Stocking rate is easily 25 acres per animal unit.
Mesquite trees are thick in areas along with the native forbes and sparse in other areas creating the perfect mix of cover and food for wildlife and huntability.
Water is supplied by 5 stock tanks.
Rainfall in this area averages at 26 inches per year.
Electricity is available on site.
Topography is flat to rolling with some draws and good elevation change the South side of the ranch.
Roads are in fair shape and easily maintainable due to the Abilene Loam and Uvalde Clay Loam soils.
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From Oplin, TX. go South on County Road 202 for 2 miles, then Turn South again on County Road 247 and go for 2.5 miles. Entrance is on the East side of County Road 247.