This 668 +/- acres in central Cottle County, Texas is a prime habitat for upland bird hunting and deer hunting! Located just 6.5 miles from Paducah, deer camp supplies are just a short drive away. The property is all native pasture, with a varied terrain and lots of character.
The ranch is accessed by a deeded road easement through the southern neighbor (marked with a yellow line on the map), so the property remains very private, safe from any road hunters or poachers. It joins a 3,500 acre ranch on its north and west sides, 500 acres on its east, and several hundred acres on its south, so the property has good buffers on four sides.
About half of the ranch is in rolling grasslands, with dotted mesquites and trees across it, and half is in deep canyon breaks and ravines, with thick cedar cover. The whole ranch is very ascetically appeasing, with nice views across its own landscape and over the surrounding ranches. Short range cover includes wild plum thickets, yucca, sage and tall bluestem, creating an excellent bobwhite quail habitat. The property will have both whitetail and mule deer, as well as feral hog and turkey too. The hunting here is fantastic, and with the large neighbors and easement access, its the perfect place to grow trophy bucks!
The ranch has a barbed wire perimeter fence, part of which is new; the east side is open but the seller will fence it for the new owner when it sells. This is good cattle country too, capable of carrying around 20 cows annually. The current grazing tenant, who is also a neighbor, will continue leasing the property for cattle, if desired.
LIST PRICE: $1100/acre
For more information about this ranch, contact agent Steven Beck at cell phone (806) 778-1597.
***An additional 500 acres adjoining this ranch can be purchased too, as a whole or in part, if more acreage is desired. Call agent for details.