King 160 is productive grazing land with light mesquite cover and ample native grasses. The terrain is gently rolling with a knoll located in the center of the ranch offering expansive views of the area. The cover is mainly mesquite with a few scattered hardwoods and thick enough to keep game on the property. This acreage has been consistently managed for cattle by the owner. These efforts include spraying mesquites in prior years leaving standing dead cover, while most recently treating the prickly pear with the effects still to come. There is a pond in the middle of the property that supports the wildlife population and provides opportunities to stock for fishing. Electricity is available on the road frontage, and rural water is a short distance away on FM 1769. King 160 is competitively priced at $1,750 per acre.
Tree Cover- Lightly wooded; mesquite, some live oak, some post oak Under Brush- Light cover; broomweed, lotebush, prickly pear (sprayed), tasajillo, ephedra (Morman's Tea) Native Grass- Grazed by owner
Deer, duck, and dove Turkey, hog, quail, and Sandhill Crane Currently leased for hunting
Completely fenced with barbed wire- good condition Electricity running through the southern portion
1 mile southwest of Jean 7.5 miles northeast of Newcastle 8 miles southeast of Olney 12 miles north of Graham 59 miles southwest of Wichita Falls 100 miles northwest of Fort Worth
Listing Agent: Heath Kramer (940) 456-0575
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