The Fisher Ranch, one of Oklahoma’s larger reputation ranches consisting of 11,504± acres, is located only 60 miles south of Tulsa. This reputation working ranch is being operated as a year-round home for 1,500 cows and approximately 70 ranch horses. Lying along both sides of State Highway 9, this scenic ranch is easily accessible and centrally located in the heart of cattle country.
Put together by longtime rancher Roy Fisher, recognized and awarded for its stewardship practices over many years, this ranch has a rich history of raising strong cattle and excellent ranch horses. The Fisher Ranch is nestled in the surrounding hills and is interspersed by live creeks, numerous lakes, and ponds. There are trophy whitetail deer, turkey and quail, as well as outstanding fishing on the property, all of which add to the income stream of this outfit. As the crow flies, it is less than one-half mile to Lake Eufala, the largest lake in Oklahoma.
Just the Facts
- 11,504± deeded acres
- 1,400± leased acres adjoining the ranch to the west
- Approximately 50 percent of the property is native grass, approximately 40 percent is bermudagrass, and approximately 10 percent is brush covered
- Historically running 1,500± cow/calf pairs annually (includes the leased acres)
- Typically run around 70 horses on the ranch annually
- There is a 280± acre grass hay meadow
- The ranch is estimated to have over 100 ponds/lakes
- The improvements are older and modest, with three sets of working pens and two homes used as rentals
- Real estate taxes are approximately $10,230
- Priced at $1,825 per acre (includes 50 percent of minerals owned by the sellers)
Mr. Fisher historically ran a commercial cowherd of around 1,000 head, plus caring for an additional 500 head of cows, year round. It has been estimated that surface areas of this ranch are about 50% native grass, 40% Bermuda grass, and the balance in timber or brush. The ranch leases 1,400± acres adjoining the west boundary and has for many years.
Oklahoma State Highway 9 runs through the middle of the ranch from west to east for nearly nine miles.
There are three county gravel roads that cross the ranch.There are three working facilities in good condition that were strategically placed throughout the ranch for effective operations without excessive manpower requirements. There is one set of working pens at the ranch headquarters, which is nearly in the center of ranch along Highway 9. The other working pens are located on gravel roads.
- Tulsa is 65 miles north
- Fort Smith, Arkansas is 90 miles east
- Dallas, Texas is 170 miles south
This area is considered excellent cow country with its fertile soils and a generous climate, which provide excellent native and introduced grasses for intensive year-round grazing.
Elevations vary from around 630 feet to 870 feet.
Acreage (Deeded & Leased)
Deeded Acres: 11,504±
Total Acres: 11,504±
McIntosh County Cooperative provides the electricity to both ranches.
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