Transitional Land Tract in Ochiltree Co.

PRICE REDUCED This is a very good transitional land tract located adjacent to the city limits of the City of Perryton, Texas. It is currently outside the city limits, with city services along the West and Northern lines. At this time it is agricultural land being dryland farmed. This would make an excellent investment opportunity for future development.

Irrigated Farmland in Ochiltree County

Sold!   An excellent opportunity to purchase an outstanding irrigated farmland tract. This property consists of 490  +/- wet acres within the 637 +/-  acre tract. It’s located in an area of the county with water of excellent quality. The half-mile 2005 Valley 8000 center pivot sprinkler is served by three (3) irrigation wells; 1- 3 phase electric (200 hp) turbine with production of 925 +/- gpm; one (1) natural gas fired irrigation well with production of +/-450 gpm; and one unused irrigation well connected into the system +/- 300 gpm. Total current water production in use 1,375 gpm (1,675 gpm …

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Ochiltree Co. Section

SOLD This is an excellent CRP and Native grass tract adjacent to an all weather road and two miles off pavement. The property has very good soils, slightly sloping to the South and North. The current CRP contract expires in 2020, at which time, the property could be developed for farmland or range land. There is good water in the area. Adjacent properties have been developed with good irrigation. There is one livestock water well located on the property, with a submersible pump and connected to electricity. This is an excellent opportunity for both Farmers and Ranchers to develop a …

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Ochiltree Co. Investment Property

This property is located less than a mile west of Booker, Texas, and is accessible by all-weather roads on the east and south sides. County Road 30 is paved along the entire eastern side of the property. The property is subject to flooding and ponding during high rainfall years. There is good grass cover on the 200 +/- acre water lying areas, with improved grass on the remaining 80 +/- acres. Residential development could be evaluated on the 80 +/- acre because of its ease of access to all-weather roads and proximity to Booker. 272 +/- acres are currently enrolled …

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