Legal Description: Sections 96, 97, and 98, all in Block A, Swisher County Texas, and containing a total of 1914 acres, more or less.
Location: Approximately 12 miles southeast of Tulia Texas, on the north side of State Highway 86. (Same being approximately 13 miles west of Silverton Texas on State Highway 86) Watch for sign.
Description: Farm #885, Tract #1111: These 3 sections of contiguous native grass are located in east central Swisher County Texas. The south section borders State Highway 86 for one mile. The north boundary is 3 miles north of the highway. Each section is fenced separately with barbed wire fences, and there are a few cross fences/holding pens. Fence conditions range from poor on the north to good and fair elsewhere. The south section has a new windmill installed in 2019, with new motor and fan. The hole depth is 150 feet. The holding tank is older and requires repair to pinholes often. The middle section has a windmill that appears to be in good working condition. The north section has a solar well pump that appears to be in good working condition. It has a Grundfos 3SQF-3 Solar Pump (3 gpm) installed in 2016. The hole is 89 feet with pump set at 86 feet, with 45 feet of water in hole at that time. The native grass is in very good condition. The north section has a few scattered mesquite trees, and otherwise very clean. The middle section has Tule Creek crossing it from west to east for a mile. This area has trees, springs, and running or trickling water most of the time. There are some deeper holes in the creek that hold good water for cattle and wildlife. This area adds very nice aesthetic appeal to the landscape. The south section has very few trees, mostly open, very clean, with excellent native grass. There are 214.07 acres in CRP located in the northeast corner that will expire on 9/30/2020.While there are no electric meters on the land, electricity is not too far from a few points on the west boundary. Mule Deer and Wild hogs frequent the property, and every now and then Aoudad Sheep sneak west of Lake Mackenzie up Tule Creek. It is very hard to find 3 contiguous sections with good native grass. 51% of the soils are classified as Pullman clay loam with 0-1% slopes, and some wheat or other crops could be easily implemented for winter grazing. Take a look at this ranch and you will not be disappointed.
Call Johnny Street for more information at 806-847-7400
There are no Seller reservations. All mineral interests and wind rights currently owned by Seller will convey to Buyer.