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156 Acres in Lamb County, Texas

156 acres
Springlake, TX
  • Recreational Land
  • Undeveloped Land
SUNNYSIDE 156 State: Texas Region: Panhandle County: Lamb Property Type: Irrigated Farmland Acres: 156 more or less Price: $2,000.00 per acre Taxes: Approximately $1,620.57 This irriga...
Ben G. Scott, Scott Land Company, LLC
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0 Fm 1490, Littlefield, TX
177.1 acres
Ranch - Littlefield, TXMore Detail +
Kenneth Farrar, Farrar & Assoc. Real Estate
natural grass for grazing with windmill and small caliche pit.
501 Fm 37, Sudan, TX
4.4 acres
Acreage .5+, 1 Story,Ranch - Sudan, TXMore Detail +
Monty Edwards, M. Edwards, REALTORS
House with acreage in Sudan ISD. These don't come around very often. Large Farm Home with lots of space, this home has corrals and barn for horses situated on 4.4 acres about 5.5 miles SW from Sudan,...
Spade, TX
172.5 acres
172.5 Acres in Lamb County, TexasMore Detail +
Eric Turpen, Clift Land Brokers
This is a nice level farm with good soils.The farm has an 80's model Zimmatic sprinkler and two irrigation wells. The wells have had new pumps, meters and pump stands installed in the last few yea...
Acreage .5+, Traditional - Amherst, TXMore Detail +
Jackie Smith, Berkshire Hathaway HomeService
Great family home with lots of room to roam on 2 acres in Littlefield School District. Nice recent updates and neutral colors with fresh paint, new carpet, new dishwahser, and other newer appliances. ...
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Denny Pointer, Premier Homes Realty (& Land Sales)
Center of Lamb County, Good Soils, Cotton, Wheat, Silage, Milo. Farms are located near 50,000 head feedlot and Approximatly 20,000 head of dairy cattle. 9 Pivots, 440 acres of Drip Irrigation, Highwa...
Amherst, TX
9.5 acres
9.5 Acres in Lamb County, TexasMore Detail +
Eric Turpen, Clift Land Brokers
This is the main operating elevator between Levelland and Springlake. This facility has received corn, milo, wheat, soybeans, and sunflowers in the past. The primary crops received by this facility in...