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“The ranches are situated along year-round live waterways in fertile expanses of the Lone Star State. Both properties have been managed for wild quail — a longtime passion of Mixon’s — for more than 20 years. Where Elm Creek sits on just over 3,100 acres, Washita sprawls across more than 5,700 acres. The ranches are being offered separately, but in conjunction with one another.”
Monte Lyons of Hall and Hall, who is the broker for both properties, told the Dallas Business Journal that each is a great stand-alone property but, if within budget, could be considered together as a turnkey package.
“They are about 45 minutes apart and each offers excellent quail, deer and turkey hunting, but they are different ecosystems and each offers a different type of hunt,” wrote Lyons in an email response to questions. “As Mr. Mixon says, ‘After buying and falling in love with Elm Creek Ranch, I elected to double my pleasure with the purchase of the Washita River Ranch.'”
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