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Everything is bigger and Texas, and that’s true of our Texas ranches for sale. Our wide selection includes ranches for cattle operations, hunting large and small game, overall recreation, and more. The properties feature spectacular views and thriving wildlife for outdoor enthusiasts. A Texas ranch can be utilized for cattle operations and recreational activities at the same time without compromising on quality. Browse our Texas ranches for sale to find the best ranch for you.

Wildhorse Ranch

Van Horn, TX

Rangeland offering in the Wildhorse Flat, just outside of town. Conveniently located near I-10, and along State Highway 54, the ranch is dramatically set between mountain ranges with frontage along FM 2185.

20,947± Deeded Acres
$7,995,000
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The Mile Ridge Ranch located in Kimble County is 190± high-fenced acres with tremendous views, electricity, a water well, pond, modest accommodations, wildlife, and within 35 miles of Fredericksburg and Kerrville.

190± Deeded Acres
$1,325,000
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Teta Sola Ranch

Aspermont, TX

This 906± acre property is accessed by two and a half miles of US-380 frontage. Three-bedroom, two-bath home, barn, gunroom, blinds and feeders, new fencing, and a walk-in cooler.

906± Deeded Acres
$1,947,900
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The Hackberry Canyon Ranch is 3,345± acres near Pandale, Texas. It has endless recreational value, hunting, hiking, three water wells, electricity, and state-classified minerals with spectacular views and opportunities.

3,345± Deeded Acres
$1,672,650
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Codorniz Ranch

Aspermont, TX

This premier conservation sporting ranch in central Stonewall County is in the heart of the rare Nobscot “quail sands.” It features abundant quail, turkey, whitetail deer, and a fabulous multi-purpose lodge.

4,069± Deeded Acres
$11,190,000
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No River Ranch

Normangee, TX

No River Ranch is situated in western Madison County, offering 420± acres, grand rolling hills, improved pastures, native pastures, abundant cover for wildlife, big views and exceptional road frontage.

420± Deeded Acres
$2,100,000
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Campos Viejos Ranch

Rio Grande City, TX

Campos Viejos Ranch is a premier whitetail hunting destination. The turnkey property is 954± high-fenced acres, with two residences, hunter’s motel, three water wells, blinds, food plots, and barn.

954± Deeded Acres
$4,150,000
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Walnut Creek Ranch offers great accessibility to Dallas for the cattleman, hunter, and outdoor enthusiast. Rolling improved pastures and rugged untamed wildlife habitat combined in one offering.

1,817± Deeded Acres
$4,451,650
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Oak Hills Ranch, 1,093± acres in northwest Mason County, offers rolling oak/mesquite country loaded with game and tall grass. Other features are distant views, huge oaks, good soils, well, and pens.

1,093± Deeded Acres
$3,251,675
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La Bahia Trail Ranch

Independence, TX

La Bahia Trail Ranch is approximately 113± acres along Scenic Loop 390 north of Brenham TX; offers pastoral and exclusive views over 20 miles, historical prominence, and a place to build a legacy.

113± Deeded Acres
$1,150,000
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X-Mile Ranch

San Angelo, TX

An oasis in the Concho Valley region, this exceptional 3,213± acre ranch features spring-fed live water for most of the year, tremendous deer and turkey hunting, and a remarkable custom residence.

3,413± Deeded Acres
$7,850,000
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Boone Pickens’ Mesa Vista Ranch encompasses 100 square miles of prime Texas Panhandle ranchland distinguished by its improvements, water features, and pristine prairie landscape supporting a variety of native wildlife.

36,982± Deeded Acres
$125,000,000
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OUR ROOTS RUN DEEP IN TEXAS

Land.That’s where it all begins. Whether it’s farmland or family retreats, cattle ranches or plantations, it’s more than a home. It’s more than an investment. It’s a piece of you. Land is what shapes us. It’s the mold that casts our heritage, our hopes, and our dreams. It’s the conduit that connects generation after generation.

At Hall and Hall, our roots grow deep too. Since 1946, we’ve handed down a legacy of excellence in quality rural real estate. Our business began by cultivating long-term relationships built upon personal service and expert counsel. We continue to grow today, because we’re client-focused and results-oriented.

And while it all starts with the land, it ends with you.

OUR ROOTS RUN DEEP IN TEXAS