Venado Grande Ranch is an outstanding northwest Texas hunting ranch known for excellent trophy whitetail deer, turkeys, doves, quail, ducks and wild hogs. The ranch can be sold as one track of 12,158 acres, 8,103 acres or 4,438 acres. Two-thirds of the ranch has not been hunted in more than 20 years. The majority of the land is rolling with scattered cedar and mesquite tree cover. There are eight pastures and 150 acres previously planted in wheat. Most of the ranch is a strong red sandy loam soil...the best. The primary source of water for the ranch is from the King Cottle Water Coop. Five 10,000 gallon tanks store water which is distributed by pipelines to 26 cattle and wildlife troughs throughout the ranch. There are many stock ponds with some being large and stocked with fish. Over six miles of Wichita River meanders though the northwest quadrant of the ranch. Venado Grande is conveniently located approximately 180 miles west of Dallas/Fort Worth metroplex, 102 miles north of Abilene, 119 miles east of Lubbock and 215 miles southeast of Amarillo. From Benjamin, Texas proceed west on Highway 82 for eight-and-a-half miles the property fronts the right side of Highway 82. Ranch has no production. Half of seller owned minerals will be conveyed. $995 per acre.