This nice ranch has great topography and good cover for wildlife from quail to deer. The ranch has a good set of cattle working pens and cross-fencing. The property can handle an above-average cattle herd for its size with plenty of grazing and good herd management. There are two solar wells and one windmill on the property with overflows and it overflows into one of the ponds which is stocked with fish.
UNDER CONTRACT This nice homestead includes a well-built, 1970 square foot farmhouse with a basement, as well as a 40×75 insulated shop. This property also includes a nice set of cattle pens with 300 feet of bunk space with a nice, covered processing area. The grass pasture is in good shape and sloped off into a playa lake that is covered in good productive grassland and the fencing is fair.
PRICE REDUCED This is a nice 316 +/- acre property with great cover for wildlife and potential cattle and rental income. It boasts two rental homes with current tenants and a main home with barns and small cattle pens. It sits along I-40 just east of Shamrock, TX with access to city water and natural gas.
SOLD This is a nice dryland farm, with flat to sloping topography with great access off of Highway 350. With 230 +/- acres of dryland and 42 +/- acres of grass, this property gives some diversity to a nice farming operation. Being six miles out of Ira, TX this property could also be a great area to build a nice getaway.
SOLD The live auction will take place at the Towle Park Armory, 3000 Towle Park Road, Snyder, Texas 79549 on Monday, March 21, 2022 at 2:00 pm. There will be an important auction information meeting at the same location on Monday, March 7, 2022 at 10:00 am. Tract 1 is on the north side of SH 350. This rolling dryland farm has a total of 274 +/- acres with approximately 230 acres in cultivation. County Road 286 runs along the north side of this tract. Tract 2 sits on the south side of SH 350 and contains approximately 167 acres of rolling …
This property is an excellent place for a cattle operation or a great place for future developments. The cattle pens are centrally located in the middle of the section. There is a cattle processing barn with covered horse stalls and a tack room. The pens are designed to handle 500 head. Pipe and cable pens with automatic Johnson water troughs. A portion of the property is platted as part of the “Falcon Club” development, the sellers would divide out.
SOLD! This property brings to the market a weekend get away as well as a working Cattle grazing opportunity. With rustic two story house and several out buildings as barns, it gives a buyer a place to store equipment and a place for livestock to stay sheltered. 160 acres of grassland and 160 acres of expired CRP. The property also includes an old Gin building that would be great for large equipment storage. For more photos of the house click here.
Brady Cowan grew up in Archer City, Texas where he was exposed to the horse and cattle industry at an early age. He spent most of his time in the country working on area ranches. Brady moved to Canyon in 2009 where he attended West Texas A&M University and graduated with a Bachelor’s degree in Agriculture Business and Economics and a minor in Animal Science. He brings a practical knowledge of ranching and recreational land to help satisfy your farm and ranch real estate needs. Brady first joined Clift land Brokers in 2014 as a licensed Real Estate Sales Associate …