This 5,478+/- acre combination ranch in Montague County, Texas is priced at $2,500/AC and is conveniently located 90 minutes from the DFW Airport. Property features include a 6,000+/ two-story sqft lodge with 4 private bedrooms with baths, a bunk room with space for 12 bunk beds, dry sauna, showers, commercial kitchen, 2 refrigerators, ice makers, 2 dish washers, wash room with a bathroom, entertainment room, and a fireplace. Other property features include a 3 bed/ 2 bath ranch manger house, recently updated with $20,000.00 worth of improvements. The property has 27 above ground pipeline fed stock tanks and 2 water wells 500' deep with 26 GPM each and large storage tanks. There is estimated to be 69,000 feet of high density water lines that provide water to various locations on the ranch, 13 ponds, a 100+/- surface area lake that has produced 13lb 12oz bass, and great topography for wildlife (deer, turkey, quail, hogs). This property has not been commercially hunted and very limited hunting has been done by family members. The ranch is divided into approximately 60+ pastures. Management is focused on an intensive rotation basis that has improved the grasses and stocking rate over the years. The ranch is currently stocked with approximately 800 animal units. The property has an excellent set of cattle working facilities - they are pipe and cable and have feed bunks along one side of the pens, include a Bud Box, a hydraulic cattle chute, truck load out, and scales. There is a lighted skeet ranch with 8 stations, a quail pen with a heated room and runs, and a dog kennel with 12 runs and a bathroom facility. In addition, there is a grass landing strip on the property as well as historic Indian bath tubs.
The climate of Montague County is subtropical. The county experiences, on average, 32 inches of rain per year; the majority coming from the months of April through October. The average last freeze date in the spring is March 27th and the average first freeze comes on November 11th. There are three main soil types that make up much of the ranch. Renfrow Loam is the next common soil type. It is a deep, gently sloping soil with moderate runoff and high water capacity. It is suitable for crops, but is best used as native rangeland. The stoneburg-Anocon association is a group of soils in the smooth upland areas. These soils are well drained with medium runoff and can be cultivated, but are best suited for rangeland and grazing uses. The wildlife potential is high for this soil group. Vernon Clay, which is a moderately deep, gently sloping, well-drained soil in which runoff is rapid and permeability is slow.
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