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|Features and Information
10 miles NE of Post, Texas in Garza County and only 60 miles from Lubbock,
2,560 acres more or less.
ranch has a good variety of terrain types from rolling mesquite and more
level shinnery covered areas and CRP fields. Steep hillsides sweep down
to the riverbed providing a nice change to the landscape. The CRP field
is 337.5 ac. with an annual payment of $10,881 expiring 9-30-2013.
improvements on the ranch include a 3,160 square foot, 3 bedroom, 2 bath
home with a great sunroom and art studio.
Water: The property
is well watered with approximately 3 miles of the Double Mountain Fork
of the Brazos River, one tank and 4 wells.
ranch has good turf with a large variety of grasses including buffalo,
side oats, blue stem and switch grass. The trees on the property include
mesquite in the flats with hackberry and cottonwood along the draws. Shin
oak is found in the more sandy area of the ranch and wild plum thickets
can be found along the river.
ranch supports great hunting with large numbers of whitetail deer, quail,
turkey, dove and wild hogs. The ranch is also ideal for horseback adventures
along the river.
owner will convey 25% of the property’s total mineral interest.
available for purchase in Garza County are few and far between. With this
portion of the state rapidly becoming the new hot spot for recreational
ranch ownership, a property of this caliber in such a prime location is
a great find. The Garza County River Ranch is an exceptional property
that offers virtually every quality one looks for in a recreational ranch
while retaining the features needed for a cattle operation. The property’s
great location with 3 miles of the Double Mountain Fork of the Brazos
River sets the stage for incredible wildlife. Supplying endless hours
of hunting while offering horseback riding and hiking for the non-hunter
in the family. The ranch is steeped in history from the Native Americans
who were the first to call the area home; to the settlers and cowboys
who brought in the cattle industry. Over the years, Indians used the area
for gathering and hunting leaving behind an array of artifacts and arrowheads.
Thus providing another activity for the ranch; arrowhead hunting!
We are very please to offer this great opportunity
for someone to own this one of a kind ranch and a great piece of Texas
All information shown above, while based
upon information supplied by the owner and from other sources deemed to
be reliable, is not in anyway warranted by this company or its agents.
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