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Dos Senderos Ranch Tr #11 w/Mobile Home/1/2 int in well/Electric

16.7 acres
Brackettville TX 78832  |  Kinney County
THIS TRACT HAS A 2 BEDROOM MOBILE WITH 1/2 INTEREST IN WELL AND ELECTRIC os Senderos Ranch is located in Kinney County on Hwy. 90. Brackettville is 13.5 mile west of the ranch, Uvalde is 24 miles...
Russell Prinz, Russell Prinz
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Rancho Agua Grande

17132 acres
Brackettville TX 78832  |  Kinney County
The 17,132-acre Rancho Agua Grande, located 25 miles northwest of Uvalde where South Texas, West Texas and the Hill Country meet, is one of largest live water ranches for sale in Texas. Year-round Liv...
Howard W. Hood, Hood Real Estate Inc
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Pinto Creek Ranch

2447 acres
Hwy. 90 Brackettville TX 78832  |  Kinney County
Its no secret water is becoming a rare, precious commodity in Texas. On Pinto Creek Ranch, located six miles west of Bracketville on Highway 90, though, its abundant. A combination of live creeks and ...
James L. Ahern, Jr., James L. Ahern, Jr. Ranch Broker
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Brackettville, TX Land Info

Texas is the country's biggest agricultural state. In 2014, the agricultural sector contributed $11.18 billion to the Texas economy, or one percent of overall state GDP (placing it third among all U.S. states for income generated through farming and agricultural activities). Approximately 71 percent of Texas's annual revenue from farming is from livestock products (classified as cattle, poultry, sheep and pigs). The other 29 percent comes from crops. The Texas farm economy is largely driven by its vast livestock interests, which including cattle farming, breeding and various feed crops. Cotton is also a large state crop, accounting for almost a third of all cotton grown in the United States. According to 2012 U.S. Census data, there were 248,809 farms recorded in the state, covering a total of 130.2 million acres (or the equivalent of 76 percent of the overall state land area).

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