TEXAS COUNTY 310
This ±310 acres features a good quality fence, good water well and a 50 x 50 steel metal barn with concrete floor. The north quarter of the property is side oats and gramma grass. The south half is mainly improved grass and has a grove of trees. It has not been grazed in a couple of years.
There is one submersible well on the property.
There are unique hunting opportunities available in the area including an abundance of mule and white tail deer, pheasant, quail and turkey.
There is perimeter fence, 50 x 50 steel barn with concrete floors and a submersible water well. A stock tank is also located on the property.
The land is mostly flat and readily available for farming uses. The soils here within are listed with the accompanying percentages with total area of interest equal to 100%: Otero fin sandy loam (Ot) 45.39%; Otero-Vona complex (Ov) 25.17%; Dalhart fine sandy loam (DaB) 23.37%; Conlen clay loam (MaC) 6.07%.
The property is outside of any municipality so is not zoned. It is anticipated all existing easements will be identified by surveyors.
No mineral rights will convey.
Estimated 2017 Base Taxes:* $380
Water Conservation District: The land is located in the High Plains Underground Water Conservation District.
Area: The ranch is located in the southeast quadrant of Texas County, Oklahoma.
Access: Property can be accessed from CR FF.
Directions: From Perryton, Texas, travel North on HWY 83 for 7 and a half miles. Turn West on Hollow E 33, continue for 8 miles. Turn North on Hollow N 1150 and continue for a half mile, turn West on CR FF for a quarter mile and then you will arrive on the North East corner of the property.