Davis Farm is located in Hughes County and is 68 miles southeast of Oklahoma City. The ranch is comprised of 678± deeded acres in the Little River valley of east central Oklahoma. The property is accessed by all-weather county roads and developed with a remodeled three-bedroom, two-bathroom farmhouse. The home is positioned centrally overlooking most of the ranch and is suitable for a modest homestead or could be utilized for secondary housing. The well-maintained improvements include three irrigation pivots, livestock scales, an equipment shop, a hay barn, tool shop, two overhead feed bins, a 3,500-bushel silo, and pole barn for covered parking. The entire perimeter is fenced, and multiple cross-fences partition the ranch into six different pastures for rotating livestock. Significant water features include frontage on the Little River, two creeks, and ten ponds. The fertile bottomland provides primarily class one and class two soils with few limitations to growing crops and native grasses. Currently, the property is being utilized as a working cattle ranch and irrigated hay farm with water rights to the Little River and creek. The stocking rate is approximately 250-300 animal units, and hay production generates approximately 2,100 square bales and 1,500 round bales per year. Domestic water is provided by a co-op water meter to the house and barns, and a domestic well supplies seven water troughs. There is heavy cover along the creeks and the ridgeline that protects the north boundary of the ranch entering the valley. These areas provide excellent habitat and support a good population of whitetail deer, turkey, dove, duck, and geese. No reservations are being made on minerals or wind rights. The seller-owned farm equipment is not included in the sale of the ranch but may be negotiable with a purchase agreement.
Just the Facts
- 678± deeded acres with improvements
- Three bedrooms, two bathrooms, 2,300± square foot ranch house
- Improvements include commercial livestock scales, covered equipment parking, a workshop, a hay barn, and a garage
- Three irrigation pivots producing one inch of water in 23 hours
- 62± acre irrigated alfalfa field, 60± acre irrigated Bermuda grass field, 50± acre irrigated field cultivated and planted in wheat
- Approximately 1,500 round bales per year (900-1,000lbs) and approximately 2,100 square bales per year
- Approximate carrying capacity of 250-300 AU in addition to the hay production
- Six pastures with gates and alleys for rotating cattle
- 30-ton and 20-ton overhead bins with a 3,500-bushel grain silo
- Co-op water to the homestead and improvements
- Seven livestock troughs supplied by well water
- Water rights on the Little River and Lake Creek for irrigation
- No existing surface leases or oil and gas production
- No wind farms on the property, in close proximity, or visible from the property
- No transmission lines on the property or bordering the property
- Property Taxes for the Year=$2,040.64
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