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Lipscomb County, Texas Pasture/Ranch Land Information
There were 650 acres of ranches for sale in Texas's Lipscomb County based on recent Land And Farm data. The combined market value of farms, ranches and other land for sale was $617,500. The average size of ranches for sale in Lipscomb County was 650 acres, which is over twice the size of other ranches listed for sale in other counties in the state. Common game species to be found on ranches for sale in Lipscomb County include whitetail deer, dove, hog, turkey and quail. For anglers the rivers and lakes on Lipscomb County ranches for sale are stocked with fish including bass, catfish, trout, pike, walleye and salmon. You can also find more ranches and other rural property for sale throughout Texas on Land And Farm Of the 254 counties in Texas, Lipscomb County ranks 96th by overall square mileage. Lipscomb County is in the Texas Panhandle. The Texas Panhandle gets its name for its proximity to the handle-shaped portion of its neighbor, Oklahoma. It is the state's least populated region.


Lipscomb County, Texas Pasture/Ranch Land Information
There were 650 acres of ranches for sale in Texas's Lipscomb County based on recent Land And Farm data. The combined market value of farms, ranches and other land for sale was $617,500. The average size of ranches for sale in Lipscomb County was 650 acres, which is over twice the size of other ranches listed for sale in other counties in the state. Common game species to be found on ranches for sale in Lipscomb County include whitetail deer, dove, hog, turkey and quail. For anglers the rivers and lakes on Lipscomb County ranches for sale are stocked with fish including bass, catfish, trout, pike, walleye and salmon. You can also find more ranches and other rural property for sale throughout Texas on Land And Farm Of the 254 counties in Texas, Lipscomb County ranks 96th by overall square mileage. Lipscomb County is in the Texas Panhandle. The Texas Panhandle gets its name for its proximity to the handle-shaped portion of its neighbor, Oklahoma. It is the state's least populated region.