Little Red River Ranch

$1,593,750 Turkey, TX 1,250± Deeded Acres

Executive Summary

This exceptional offering is located approximately 12 miles northeast of Turkey and 17 miles west of Estelline, in central Hall County. The ranch is conveniently sited at the northeast corner of Farm to Market 657 and County Road P, which extends along the south boundary.

An outstanding variety of terrain features sweeps across the ranch from level to rolling topography, breaking into the Little Red River. A prominent seasonal drainage, the Little Red River fronts the north property boundary for approximately two and three-quarter miles. The river bottom country is brushy, providing awesome game habitat. Two other deep drainages with brushy native pastures traverse the ranch.

The approximately 550 acres of cultivation are divided into several fields and intermingled with the native pasture and draws, offering corridors for game travel. This is an income opportunity for the ranch through wheat pasture grazing, cotton, hay, or a combination thereof. These fields can also be a magnet for area wildlife if seeded with wheat or other mixes for game food plots.

The Little Red River Ranch is well-watered, with seasonal holes of water found along the river. Other surface water features include earthen tanks. Livestock water is provided by one well equipped with an electric submersible pump as well as a rural water tap located at the southwest corner of the ranch.

The ranch offers a good mix of game species, including mule deer, whitetail deer, turkey, hogs, dove, and varmints.

Offered with 25% of the seller’s owned minerals. The exact mineral ownership is unknown. All rights associated with alternative energy production will be conveyed.

Just the Facts

  • 1,250± deeded acres in Hall County, Texas
  • Located 18 miles northeast of Turkey, Texas
  • Little Red River frontage for approximately 2.75 miles
  • Outstanding mix of native pasture and cultivation
  • Combination of recreation and production agriculture
  • Whitetail deer, mule deer, turkey, dove
  • Good water features with one water well, rural water, and holes of water in the river
  • 25% of seller’s owned minerals convey

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