260.2 Acres CR 464, Seymour, Texas
Red Creek Ranch consist of 206 +/- acres located 9 miles west of Seymour. Red Creek, located in the Central Flyway, has created unique topography that could provide excellent duck hunting. The creeks banks also offer shelter for cattle and other wildlife during inclement weather. The 4 ponds, 3 of which are fed by Red Creek, provide substantial water for cattle and wildlife. The creek has deeper pockets which hold water a good part of the year. Deer tracts can be found all along the creekbed. While viewing the property a nice size buck jumped the fence into the wheat field. The ranch is fenced with 5 strand barbed wire fencing and is in good condition. Improvements include a set of large sturdy cattle holding pens. There is 200 acres of wheat which is currently holding 136 steers. The owner expects the cattle to graze till June.
4 ponds scattered throughout the ranch
Almost a mile of Red Creek snakes across west side of property
Coop water doesn't currently run to property, but it is available
There is roughly 20' of elevation change
Wide winding creek bed with deep walls
Tree Cover - lightly wooded with mesquite, hackberry, sugar berry, elm and black locusts
Native grasses cover 60 acres of the property with side oats grama, curly mesquite, blue grama, yellow blue stem, switch grass and desert salt grass
100' x 100' holding pen with 150' long x 12'wide loading alley constructed out of highway guard rails
Owner will convey all owned minerals (thought to be at least 1/3)
There is no current production on the ranch
4/10ths of mile off Hwy 277
9 miles west of Seymour, Texas
1 hour from Wichita Falls, Texas
1.5 hours from Abilene, Texas
2.5 hours from Fort Worth, Texas
2.5 hours to Lubbock, Texas
This is a great ranch to graze out cattle. Wheat thrives in the area and offers 6 months of feed. The 60 acres of native grass and tree cover also provide the additional benefit of deer hunting. Red Creek's unique snake-like shape, along with the large stock ponds, offers abundant water for wildlife and cattle. The walls of the creek offer shelter from extreme weather. I like the diversity of the winding creek and native cover with the flatness of the wheat fields. It offers more than just grazing. Owner will consider owner financing.
Owner will graze out wheat until June 1 and would be interested in continuing to lease at a rate of $40 an acre.
No Trespassing. Contact listing agent for a showing. All information in this advertisement & herein is considered reliable but not guaranteed. Buyer to verify all information in MLS, marketing or website including but not limited to schools, square footage, acres, taxes, easements & minerals.
Driving Directions: From Seymour take 277 West for app. 8.9 miles, right on CR 464. Property is on the right .4 of mile. Gate is at a set of pens on SE corner of property. NO SIGN IS ON PROPERTY