These 150 acres is fenced and cross fenced into two parcels. The fencing along the west boundary is new with five strands of barbed wire and steel T-posts. The balance of fencing is older but in good condition. A county road runs along the entire east boundary of the property. Electricity is along the road also. Three ponds are a water source for livestock and wildlife. The grasses consist of Bermuda and native grasses. The area is known for an abundance of Whitetail Deer and good turkey hunting. Well water is used by the neighbors for household water It lies in a sparsely populated area with nice foothill view to the west/northwest. The neighboring property to the west and north is heavily wooded providing habitat for wildlife. The neighboring property to the east and south is in pasture. There is a seasonal stream on the land. If you are looking for a property to run a few cows and enjoying hunting and outdoor activities look at this one.
Located about 3.5 hours north of Dallas, Texas, and about 1.75 hours south of Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. The Canadian River runs about 2 miles north and west of the property. Beautiful Eufaula Lake is about 45 minutes to the northeast. This lake is over 50 miles from north to south with over 300 miles of shoreline and offers a multitude of water sports, fishing and boating opportunities; as well as restaurants and unique shopping options.
Call Sandy Brock Bahe at 918-470-4710 or Toll Free at 844-WCR-LAND to view or with any questions.
This amazing combination ranch has a stocking rate of 100 pair, very good fencing, 17 stock ponds, barns, pens and everything you need to start running your livestock. About 80 acres of the ranch was previously planted in corn and has now been converted back to pasture . Much of the open ground can be baled for hay. The pasture consists of improved Bermuda Grass, clovers, Korean Lespedeza, some Fescue and native grasses. The property is cross-fenced into 13 pastures with 17 ponds, and numerous catch pens and sorting pens. There are multiple barns, one is about two years old, and one was configured for goats/sheep, with appropriate pens for the goats/sheep.
On a rise overlooking much of the ranch, and valley and foothills beyond the ranch, a house pad site has been prepared with a well and electricity to the site. From this site you can see for many miles. With a pond and Pine trees behind the site, it is a very beautiful and tranquil setting approximately 3300 feet from the county road.
About three years ago Pine trees were select cut from about 300 acres of the ranch to allow the remaining Pines and all the hardwoods room to grow and develop into larger trees. This also developed a beautiful setting for recreational activities like nature hikes, deer and turkey hunting, 4-wheeling, horseback riding and other outdoor activities. The understory is clear making it nice for bow hunters. Some of the forested areas were left untouched to provide that “5 Star Hotel” for the wildlife. This area is a surprise and will very likely be your favorite place on the ranch.
Accessed by a county road it is located about seven miles from Kiowa, Oklahoma and Highway 69. You can be in Dallas, TX in about 2.5 hours and in Oklahoma City, OK in about 2 hours and 10 minutes. McAlester, OK is about 35 minutes from the property and a good place to do most of your shopping for vet and feed supplies, groceries, and obtain medical care, etc.
The ranch is centrally located between McGee Creek Lake, Atoka Lake, Sardis Lake and Eufaula Lake. These lakes offer great fishing, water sports, camping and other water related activities.
For additional details or to view contact Sandy Brock Bahe at 918-470-4710 or toll free at 844-WCR-LAN