Bitter Creek Farm is 137+/- acres of rich farmland with excellent dove hunting potential. This farm comes with roughly 90+/- acres of cultivated land, currently planted in winter wheat. The cultivated portion is broken up by wooded waterways covered in mature mesquites. The half-acre pond (currently stocked with fish) survived the previous drought and is a reliable water source. Bitter Creek meanders through the eastern boundary. The large wheat field draws wildlife from the wooded neighbors on the east while providing forage for the whitetail deer and feral hogs. The north 25+/- acres has scattered mesquite cover with native grasses. This land does not have any active oil or gas production and controlling minerals are negotiable. Bitter Creek Farm is set up perfectly for a cattle operation with the ability to hunt or lease for income.
Tree Cover- Lightly wooded; mesquite Under Brush- Light cover; lotebush, prickly pear Native Grass- Grazed by owner Cultivation- Currently in wheat; opportunity for sunflower field
Deer, duck, and dove Turkey, hog, quail, and Sandhill Crane Currently leased for hunting
1 Tank/Pond Portion of Bitter Creek Water available
Completely fenced with barbed wire in good condition Electricity available Set of pens
No active production Not currently leased 50% Owned minerals and all owned executive rights available
Wilhelm Road- dirt/caliche HWY 114 Gated entrance
2.5 miles northwest to Megargel 7 miles southeast to Olney 23 miles southwest to Throckmorton 35 miles southeast to Graham 50 miles north to Wichita Falls
Listing Agent: Heath Kramer (940) 456-0575
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