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14 Properties:

$2,200,000
10895 Hwy. 187 N Sabinal TX 78881  |  Uvalde County
155.2 acres
*NEW* 155 Ac. Highly ImprovedMore Detail +
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Bob Heyen , Bob Heyen Realty
155 Ac., more or less. (10895 Hwy. 187 North, Sabinal, Texas 78881) Property is located approximately 25 miles NE of Uvalde, 11 miles S of Utopia and 30 miles NW of Hondo with approximately 2,920 of...
$1,100,000
Sabinal TX 78881  |  Uvalde County
112 acres
112 Acres in Uvalde County, TexasMore Detail +
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Ronald Macon , Integra Properties
ACRES: 112.36 LOCATION: Approximately 3 miles south of Sabinal, Texas along Uvalde County Road 309; all in Uvalde County TOPOGRAPHY: This ranch has gentle roll on the largest portion with high b...
$90,000
Sabinal TX 78881  |  Uvalde County
15 acres
15 acresMore Detail +
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Ronald Macon , Integra Properties
Location: Approximately 10 miles north of Sabinal, TX on Hwy 187. One mile north of FM 1796 then right on PR 5000 for about mile, the property is on the left ...
FM 2690 Sabinal TX 75662  |  Uvalde County
400 acres
Uvalde 400More Detail +
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Texas Ranch Sales , Texas Ranch Sales, LLC
Rancho Alto Loma Acres: 400 /- Acres Location: Approximately 15 miles North of Uvalde and 8 miles South of Concan on FM 2690 in Uvalde County. Description: Beginning with a half-mile...
$503,650
Sabinal TX 78881  |  Uvalde County
126 acres
Elm Creek Ranch - Uvalde County - East of SabinalMore Detail +
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Ken Hoerster , TEXAS RANCHES FOR SALE
Beautiful historic Elm Creek Ranch has been in the same family since the 1940s. Elm Creek, a named wet weather creek, bisects the ranch on the west side of the property situated along Hwy 90. A 55 /- ...
$215,850
Sabinal TX 78881  |  Uvalde County
1 acre
1 Acres in Uvalde County, TexasMore Detail +
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Stephanie Sieckeniius
Beautiful 2 story home built in 1905, rest on one acre with magnificent trees in Sabinal Tx. This 5 bedroom 2 bath with formal living and formal dining is priced to sell. The original windows are ...
hwy 127 Sabinal TX 78881  |  Uvalde County
181 acres
181 Acres in Uvalde County, TexasMore Detail +
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Texas Ranch Sales , Texas Ranch Sales, LLC
Frio River Ranch Acres: 181 /- Acres Location: This very unusual river ranch is located at the intersection of Hwy 127 and FM 2690 in Uvalde County between Sabinal and Con...
Hwy 127 Sabinal TX 78881  |  Uvalde County
203 acres
203 Acres in Uvalde County, TexasMore Detail +
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Texas Ranch Sales , Texas Ranch Sales, LLC
Blue River Ranch Acres: 203 /- Acres Location: This is an awesome river ranch located just past the intersection of Hwy 127 and FM 2690 in Uvalde County between Sabina...
Sabinal TX 78881  |  Uvalde County
384 acres
384 Acres in Uvalde County, TexasMore Detail +
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Texas Ranch Sales , Texas Ranch Sales, LLC
Frio River Ranch Acres: 384 /- Acres Location: This is an awesome game-fenced river ranch located at the intersection of Hwy 127 & FM 2690 in Uvalde County between Sabina...

Sabinal, 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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