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Area’s Finest Live Water Ranches

Boerne – Allen Creek Ranch comprises 347 acres of dramatic mountains with gorgeous central valley blessed with a magnificent 4 acre lake. Other attributes include grotto/spring, cabins, excellent road infrastructure and staggering vistas, minutes from Po Po’s. REDUCED! $3.45M

Johnson City – Pedernales Grotto includes 94 acres with over 2,000’ frontage on an exquisite stretch of Pedernales River, plus a delightful spring creek that has fish in the holes. Pecan bottom, river homesites, strong well and seclusion are other features. NEW! $1.65m

Mason – El Oso River Ranch is 1,711 acres of rolling liveoak/ limestone country on the most prized stretch of Llano River, just west of Mason. Nice ranch HQ’s, lodge, ranch infrastructure included, and the area is teeming with wildlife. REDUCED! $4,350/acre

Paint Rock – Blue Lakes River Ranch is 651 acres fronting on the wide, deep Concho River above Lake Ivie. Large pecan bottoms, gorgeous fishing lakes, nice HQ’s with ranch house, minerals and paved highway frontage are included. REDUCED! $2,750/acre

Sisterdale – Dunners Mt. Ranch is 3,160 acres near sizzling Boerne featuring dramatic mountains and ridges looming over deep valleys cloaking splendid mega-lake sites. Heritage hardwoods flank clean bottomland fields, unimproved. NEW! $5,450/acre

FREDERICKSBURG – DAVID E. CULVER, BROKER – MASON 210.422.4676 830.997.8616


Meek Ranch Sales

Serving Texas Since 1946

1231± Acres — Edwards County, Texas. High fenced game ranch near Garvin Store.

830/257-8881 •


Caprock Real Estate Services Inc.

Larry D. Preuit, Broker 230 West Hadley Las Cruces, New Mexico 88005 575/760-2775


All deeded 15,000 acres (more or less) just 45 air miles southeast of Santa Fe, New Mexico, in rolling foothills. Good improvements, good water, good gramma grass. Cow calf or yearlings. Locked, gated entrance on pavement. Scenic. Has no public roads through this ranch! Price recently reduced to only $375 per acre. FREE BROCHURE upon request. Contact Larry (first time advertised).



“Walking Cane Ranch” !

Location: 15 miles northeast of Tatum, New Mexico on pavement (formerly called the "Walking Cane" Ranch. About 29 sections with approximately 3045± acres deeded and approximately 15,600± NM State grazing lease, for a grand total of approximately 18,645± total acres, (no federal lands), rated at 400 AUYL. Watered by several excellent strong shallow wells. Some drinkers on pipeline system. Shipping pens, scales, chutes at headquarters. Has older ranch house (livable), plus a very large metal shop — barn building approximately 60'x140' plus large arena.

Terrain: fairly flat, mostly gramma grass turf. Some sandy loam and light oak shinnery. Browse in few pastures.

Remarks: Seldom offered type ranch. Good, easy to operate one man 400 cow deal. Weans big, heavy calves annually. Few mule deer and few antelope are on the property. Excellent community with highly accredited Tatum, New Mexico school nearby.

Price: call broker for price and possible terms. Motivated to SELL. Shown to qualified buyers by appointment ONLY. Highly productive ranch.


Caprock Real Estate Services, Inc. Larry D. Preuit, Broker 230 W. Hadley Ave. — Las Cruces, NM 88005 575/760-2775



Wesley Crooks, Broker 325/656-1400 • 325/658-7000 •

1680 ACRES — SILVER, COKE COUNTY, TEXAS. With large home and improvements. Six miles west of Silver. Good roads, wells, windmill. Great ranch with good hunting.

3841 ACRES — RUNNELS / COLEMAN COUNTIES, TEXAS. House, 20% minerals, water well and fourteen ponds. Seven dog kennels, excellent deer, turkey, dove and superior quail hunting.

1818 ACRES — EASTLAND COUNTY, TEXAS. Large home, Colony Creek runs through both ranches as property is divided by CR 454, good working pens, ponds scattered throughout, two large lakes, has not been hunted for the past 25 years, excellent fencing — can be divided.— one of the best hunting ranches in central Texas.

179 ACRES — COKE COUNTY, TEXAS. Near Silver. Colorado River frontage, great hunting for deer, turkey, dove, quail and hogs. $1250/acre.



Texas and Oklahoma Ranches

7300 ± Ac, S.E. OK Cattle Ranch ten miles north of McAlester, four homes, shops, barns, corrals, runs 1500 cows. Main home overlooks valley and Lake McAlester. $2150/ac.

3930 ± Ac, Cattle Ranch, S.E. OK, four homes, many improvements, 95% open with phenomenal grasses, excellent fences, runs 1000 mother cows. $3495/ac.

UNDER CONTRACT - 2596 ± Ac, Irrigated Farm, Cattle Ranch and Recreation Property, S.E. OK near Stuart. Runs 300 cow/calf combinations, produces two-three high quality hay cuttings annually. Flat river bottom land to rolling foothills, two modest homes, barns, shops, corrals. $1550/ac.

2400 ± Ac, S.E. OK Cattle Ranch near Holdenville, very nice 3 BR/3.5 Bath brick home, metal shop with apartment, corrals, runs 500 cows. $2150/ac.

2000 ± Ac, beautiful Ozark Plateau Recreation Ranch is tree covered in hardwoods and planted pines, 12 miles N.E. of Tahlequah, OK, Whitetail deer, wild turkey, wild hogs and occasional bear. Owner will divide and sell 500 or 1000 ac tract. $1295/ac

1698 ± Ac, N.E. Texas Cattle and Horse Ranch, will run 500 cows & calves and produces all the hay you need. 2 homes, shop with apartment, horse barn, second shop, 2 sheds, hay barn, lighted arena, covered cattle working facility with loading chute, cattle tub and head gate, second working pen with chute and head gate, overhead feed bin. White Oak Creek runs through ranch, 25 ± Ponds and excellent fences. $3495/ac.

1300 ± Ac. Beautiful S.E. OK Cattle Ranch, near Broken Bow and Idabel, 75-80% open, river bottom, excellent grazing and hay production, runs 350-400 mother cows. Good working pens, hydraulic squeeze chute, hay barn. River frontage and lake with potential home sites. $2000/ac.

944 ± Ac, Horse/Cattle combination, S.E. OK, 6 miles N.W. of Ada, runs 300 mother cows, new beautiful Ranch home, 3 smaller homes, horse stalls, hay barns, sheds, corrals, grain storage, feed bin, shops and numerous ponds. PRICE REDUCED TO $3019/ac.

800 ± Ac, Central Oklahoma Cattle Ranch, Ada, OK, runs 275 cows, storage feed bins, overhead feed bin, shop, cattle barn, hay barn, working pens, corrals, numerous ponds and creek., improved pasture land. $2695 per acre.

620 ± Ac, Cattle & Hunting Ranch, S.E. OK, 2 homes, 15 miles N.W. of Antlers, OK, runs 125 cows, excellent deer country. $2400/ac.

314 ± Ac, 308 acres in CRP Land thru 2021, paying $14,490 per year. 10 miles east of Muleshoe, TX on HWY 70. $1095/ac.

SOUTHWEST RANCH & FARM SALES MCKINNEY, TEXAS Jim Long Bob Carper 972-542-8511 Visit our website for more listings. "Since 1985, selling farms and ranches is our only business"



Serving The Ranching Industry Since 1920

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CROSSTIMBERSLAND.COM Lee Holcombe • Jeff Henry Jerry Brabander • Ben Allen 918/287-1996


3232 Acres — Mi Sueno Ranch — Zavala County, Texas. SUPER high fenced deer hunting ranch, immaculate headquarters, great lodge, barns, buildings, six wells, center pivot, six lakes, water troughs, game managed fourteen years, deer breeding pens, outstanding genetics, variety of terrain — hills and flats, great brush! Mi Sueno means “My Dream” — make it your dream come true!

2186 Acres — Zavala County, Texas. High fenced ranch with it all!!!! Main lodge, guest cabins, foreman’s house, barns, sheds, irrigation well, center pivot, 200 B&C genetics, great brush, minerals. Priced to sell! SOLD

1760 Acres — Zavala County, Texas. Hunter’s Dream Ranch! High fenced pastures, 200 B&C bucks, white rock lodge, four bedroom, three bath, nice barns, two irrigation wells, lodge on stilts overlooking Nueces River, genetic deer, 3.5 miles of Nueces River, Big Bull mesquites, outstanding brush! Super ranch! Owner will divide!

778 Acres — Kinney County, Texas. High-fenced, genetic whitetail deer, exotics, Super hunting place, deep soiled South Texas ranch, near Spofford, Texas. UNDER CONTRACT

168 Acres — Zavala County, Texas. Prettiest lake on the Nueces River! Blue water 20-30 feet deep. Great fishing and swimming! Pecan bottom with HUGE trees. Super hunting. Water well, small barn. Great place!

SOUTHWEST LAND ASSOCIATES LLC Buck Laning, Broker - 830/278-3612 Rick Taylor, Broker - 830/279-2384




Jackson Ranch — 5238 Acres — Lampasas County — Contract Pending

Whitetail Mesa Ranch — 937 Acres — Lampasas County (Huge Whitetail)

High Point Hills Ranch — 920 Acres — Lampasas County (Bargain!)

Ranch on Baffin Bay — 705 Acres — Kleburg County (Sportsmans Paradise)

Twin Creeks Ranch — 640 Acres — Burnet County (The Best Live Water)

San Antonio Bay Ranch — 505 Acres — Calhoun County (Waterfowl Haven)

Smith Ranch — 492 Acres — Lampasas County (Big Lake Site)

Rolling Hills Ranch — 460 Acres — Llano County (Hunting Property)

Mesa Verde Ranch — 442 Acres — Lampasas County (Great Cow Place)

Hickory Hill Ranch — 180 Acres — Tyler County (Private Lake-Showplace)


La Rioja Ranch — 12,768 Acres (1000 Cow Place)

Hunting Estate — 5000 Acres (Income Property)

Visit our website for additional info.



The West 10.2 Ranch — 10,244.68± Acres — 3.5 miles south of Alpine, “the alps of Texas”. The best gramma grass cow country with highly scenic gently rolling hills to picturesque high rugged mountains with bluffs, volcanic outcroppings with oak lined canyons. Three nice headquarter homes, one foreman’s home, nine wells, four springs, 20+ miles of good roads, excellent dessert mule deer, javelina and blue quail hunting. Has antelope and turkey. Some minerals. No other ranch equals the convenience to quality services, airport, or has the potential for future value appreciation. Price: $1495 per acre.

The Chispa Mountain Ranch — 14,421.5 Acres — only fourteen miles southeast of Van Horn, Texas and takes in 80+ percent of an entire scenic mountain range. A good crossbred cow ranch and hunter’s paradise for trophy mule deer, aoudad sheep and blue quail. Ranch begins one mile off Highway 90. Two homes, well watered by six wells, 20± miles of ranch and hunting roads. Elevations from 4050 ft. to 5200 ft. scenic mountains, valleys, canyons and volcanic outcroppings, 8000+ acres Mineral Classified minerals. Price: $850 per acre.

West Texas Ranches Sale Since 1947

Over 1 Million Acres Sold — 40+ Years Ranch Brokerage

To Sale Or Buy Contact: John W. Carpenter

CARPENTER REAL ESTATE P. O. Box 25 — Alpine, Texas 79831 Phone: 432/837-3325 Fax: 432/837-3326 Cell: 432/386-6773 Web: Email:



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NEW LISTING! Hudspeth County, Texas. 738 acres in the salt flats west of El Capitan Peak north of Highway 62/180. Agency Rights to the mineral estate due to Mineral Classified designation. ……………………$225 Per Acre

Val Verde County, Texas. Seventeen miles north of Langtry. 3250 acres with approximately four miles of accessible frontage along the west side of the Pecos River. Several nice fishing areas, fishing cabin along the river, plus residence, livestock barn and storage buildings. …. $875 Per Acre

Culberson County, Texas. 940 acres east of Van Horn, north of IH-20 in Wild Horse Valley. Portions formally cultivated with three groundwater wells. Adjoins the property listed below. $550 Per Acre

Culberson County, Texas. 640 acres east of Van Horn, north of I-20 in the Wild Horse Valley. Native rangeland with county road frontage. Abundant groundwater. $500 Per Acre

Pecos County, Texas. 1000+ acre hunting ranch in the Eastern Stockton Plateau south of IH-10, lodge with six bedrooms, two baths and great room. Secluded with easy access. $1000 Per Acre

Pecos County, Texas. 634 acres of rangeland. Agency rights to the mineral estate to convey due to Mineral Classified designation. $450 Per Acre

Karl F. Armstead, Broker 432/336-8455

Tiffany Helms, Sales Agent 432/290-4830


• NEW LISTING: medium to large scale feedyard and grazing operation in central Kansas. Top of the line improvements and equipment plus significant amounts of both deeded and leased acreage. Confidentiality Agreement required.

• Modern 16,000 to 20,000 head feedyard located south of I-40 in Texas Panhandle. Several significant facility upgrades in the past five years. Permitted for nearly double the current size. Includes two irrigated farm tracts.

• Texas grow yard in northeast Texas Panhandle. 4500 head capacity. Well designed and maintained. Includes dry roll mill and grain storage. Modern processing barn.

Eslabon Properties Offices In Amarillo and Corpus Christi, Texas A Div. of George Clift Ent., Inc. Richard Bretz 806/463-3371 • 806/674-7211 David Hutchins 806/681-5342



Pecos County, Texas Ranch For Sale Near Fort Stockton

10,240 Acres — current asking price: $495/acre — with the latest mineral news, the price of poker is about to go up … better hurry. Call:

Ken Burton • 325/347-2815



BANKRUPTCY COURT SALE — DVR RANCH — Quay/Harding Co., NM — Located on both north & south shores of the Ute Lake reservoir — Logan, NM is a 22,429.44± ac. ranch (10,044.44 deeded — 12,385.5 State Lease) watered not only by wells & pipeline but also the lake itself on both shores. Excellent location on all weather roads & pvmt.

MESA DEL GATO RANCH — 6423.45± Ac. in two tracts of 3,735 ac. & 2,688.45 ac., all deeded, approx. 7 mi. apart offered as one ranch, broker will assist w/contracts on either or both of the tracts, good country for year-round cow/calf operation or summer yearling grazing.

THIS ONE HAS IT ALL — Union Co., NM — 4270.39± acres deeded, 3357± acres State Lease, abundant wild life (mule deer, whitetail deer, antelope, turkey, quail, dove, occasional elk, bobcat, mountain lion & many other varmints), fishing, wildlife habitat & excellent grazing for livestock is found in & along two large, year-round, live-water creeks & solid-turfed open, rolling pastures, fenced for rotational grazing, well watered by wells, pipeline & two live creeks, beautiful improvements, pavement & all-weather roads, winter protection for year-round cow/calf operation, great gains for summer yearling operation.

PUERTO DE LUNA, NM — 10,145± ac. (7665 deeded, 1680 state & 800 BLM) state-of-the-art home, barns & pens, well watered, on all weather road.

CANYON VIEW RANCH — 1542± deeded ac. just out of Clayton, NM, beautiful, good country, well watered, volcanic rock mining operation offers addtl. income, on pvmt.

CLOUDCROFT, NM AREA (Chaves/Otero Co.) — 25,665± ac., 1320± deeded, 4024± State, 15,000± BLM, 5321± Forest, permitted for 580 au's year-round, well watered, good headquarters, very nice updated home, excellent pens & out buildings.

NM STATE LEASE — Union Co. — buy the improvements & irr. equip. on the property & lease a NM State Leased section, 640± ac., w/nice home, landscaped yard w/matured trees, nice shop, cattle pens & pivot sprinklers.

BOX CANYON RANCH — Quay Co., NM — well improved & watered, 2400 ac. deeded, 80 ac. State Lease, excellent access from I-40.

PRICE REDUCED! SAN ANGELO AREA — 743.4± ac. of good ranch country w/year-round creek & excellent hunting, located on all weather road.

ATTN. TX LAND OWNERS — Seller of OK ranches is very motivated to buy or trade for ranch or farm land between Dallas & Houston/Coast area. For sale or trade in Pontotoc/Coal Co., OK — three good, solid ranches just out of Ada in close proximity, one to the other (one owner — 779± ac., 1370± ac., 974± a), good useable improvements, on pvmt. or good all-weather roads. & Ben G. Scott - Broker Krystal M. Nelson — NM Qualifying Broker #15892 800-933-9698 5:00 a.m./10:00 p.m.



Cottle County, Texas

• NEW LISTING! 90 Acres. 90 acres north of Paducah on Highway 83. Older farm, grown up in CRP. Convey with some minerals. $800 per acre.

• NEW LISTING! 165 Acres. Metal shop with shed, well, CRP income, good hunting, highway frontage. $178,000 … $168,000.

• 1660 Acres. Near Paducah, good ranch land with hunting, 175 acres cultivation, stock tank, community water, fenced and cross fenced, working pen. $1150 per acre.

Foard County, Texas

• 117 Acres. Seven miles south of Crowell. Mostly cultivation, ap-proximately ten acres of pasture, ½ minerals will convey. REDUCED to $900 per acre. Bring offers.

Jack County, Texas

• NEW LISTING! 26 Acres. Perrin, Texas. Big oaks, good grass, great views, water well and nice stock pond, would make a great home site. $167,000.

Knox County, Texas

• NEW LISTING! 228 Acres. Nice stock farm, close to Munday, Texas. Fenced, 175 acres cultivation, 50 acres native pasture with heavy tree cover. $230,000.

Wise County, Texas

• 26 Acres. Great soil, big trees, beautiful building spot.

Taylor County, Texas

• 160 Acres. Fenced, good grass, great hunting. $1425/acre.

— Other Properties Available —

Call: Bill Shanklin, Broker 940/521-2176


SOLD: Real County, Texas. 1030 acres. The perfect turnkey ranch in the heart of the Hill country! Loaded with native and exotic game! Great cabin! Three wells and three tanks! High fenced! Large neighbors! The Hatch Ranch is only four miles west of the intersection of Highway 83!

UNDER CONTRACT: North Real County and West Kerr County, Texas. 100 Acres. The 41 Ranch on the Divide has great hunting, well and electricity.

Real County, Texas: 190 acres. The 41 Ranch on the Divide has great hunting, well and electricity. Ranch has been in the seller's family for almost 100 years.

SOLD: Kerr County, Texas. 460 acres. The 41 Ranch on the Divide has great hunting, great location, electricity and water. Ranch has been in the seller's family for almost 100 years.

SOLD: Kinney County, Texas. 722± acres. priced to sell at just $999; Owner financing, well, concrete tank, large neighbors, great game.

Kinney County, Texas. 719 acres. This is truly beautiful country that is a great combination of rugged ridge lines and nice wide valleys! Great views and great road! Electricity; ag valuation; $1300/acre.

Edwards County, Texas. 388 acres. Good cover; electricity; great hunting; $1350/acre.

Kinney County, Texas. 387 acres. Electricity; great hunting $1350/acre.

See website for additional listings! JANE BUSHONG BROWN, Broker Associate PERRY BUSHONG REAL ESTATE 830/640-3254 Office 830/329-3354 Cell ~ an experienced ranching and real estate family ~




NICK CORTESE 575.760.3818 License # 16419 SCOTT BURTON 575.760.8088 License # 47399 KELLY SPARKS 575.760.9214 License # 19554



3360± ACRES — Stonewall County, Texas — Comanche Ridge Ranch. Very nice stone home, barn, bunkhouse. Lots of surface water and some live springs. Fantastic cattle/hunting ranch including free range exotics. Minerals included with sale!

4743± ACRES — Stonewall County, Texas — Patterson Ranch North Camp. Historic ranch, great cattle ranch and trophy hunting ranch with live water and lodge, MINERALS.

2089± ACRES — Stonewall County, Texas — Double Mountain Ranch. Excellent mix of cultivation and pasture. Great water, good fences, small cabin. MINERALS AVAILABLE. Call Rex or John for more info.

654± ACRES — Stonewall County, Texas. Good cattle or hunting ranch. Production in place with no minerals available. $695/acre.

496± ACRES — Stonewall County, Texas. Good stock farm with 250 acres cultivation balance in pasture. Two large stock tanks, good fences.

525± ACRES — Haskell County, Texas. Mesquite pasture, two tanks, city water and electricity. Adjoining 200 acres cultivation also for sale. Would make excellent addition for stock farm.

1561± ACRES — Fisher County, Texas. Excellent cattle ranch and turnkey hunting ranch. Lots of cleared pasture and fantastic water.

350± ACRES — Jones County, Texas. Mostly cultivation with 50+ acres in native grass. Two windmills and one electric water well and one stock tank. Great stock farm.

704± ACRES — Jones County, Texas. Mix of cultivation and pasture, excellent fences, city water and three water wells. River frontage WITH irrigation rights!

Watch for several great listings coming in Spring 2017!

More Listings Available @ John Ekdahl, Broker Rex Detamore and Kevin McCright, Agents STAMFORD, TEXAS — 325/773-3676 Cell


68 first-calf Brangus pairs with outstanding set of calves at side, running back with Brangus bulls, outstanding set. $2500 pair.

Graff Cattle Company 830/426-1053

NEW LISTING! 1170 ACRE IRRIGATED FARM. Has three carrizo irrigation wells each pumping 1200 gallons per minute; six pivots — four cover 100 acres each and two cover 200 acres each; approximately half of farm is in tifton, balance in small grain crops; pens with scales are outstanding with capacity for 300-400 cows year round; completely high fenced; two large tanks; outstanding dove hunting.

1106 ACRES — LOCATED ZAVALA COUNTY, TEXAS. Approximately 8.4 miles northwest of Crystal City, Texas with Ύ mile of paved highway frontage on FM 1668. Ranch is high fenced with season wet-weather Turkey Creek traversing throughout the ranch from north to south, has water well with electricity, small hunting cabin, one tank located on Turkey Creek, whitetail deer hunting is excellent with bucks in the 130-170 B&C class, outstanding turkey and quail hunting. Ranch is divided into four pastures with outstanding grass cover for livestock and wildlife. This is an excellent opportunity for hunting or running livestock. $2500/acre.

NEW EXCLUSIVE LISTING! 358 ACRES. Escalante Ranch - Medina County, Texas. This ranch is located three miles northwest of Hondo, Texas joining County Road 424 on the south and west sides of the ranch. The ranch has outstanding views. Topography ranges from high hills to level meadows on the southern and western boundaries. The entrance to the ranch can be obtained from the south through two separate electric gate locations or from the west with another electric gate entrance. 243 acres under high fence that maintains 30 whitetail deer of 200+ B&C. A beautiful older home overlooks the entire ranch with the greatest of views that give peace and admiration. Five tanks with outstanding fishing, dove hunting and swimming furnish water to game and livestock. A quality Edwards water well furnishes water to the headquarters. On most years this is as good as it gets for dove hunting. Owner will transfer 100% of all minerals that he owns to new buyer.

143.5 ACRES. With one mile frontage on the beautiful Medina River, lined with gigantic cypress trees 100+ ft. tall, adjoined by hundreds of giant pecan trees along the river bottom. The improvements include a large brick home and eight-stall horse barn, large equipment and/or hay barn, three horse or livestock metal shelters, one shelter inside a corral. The balance of the farm consists of 43 acres along the river for hay and recreation. The balance of approximately 100 acres is surrounded by a new fence with an Edwards irrigation well, that produces 1000 gallons/minute. The well is registered with 143 acre feet of water that can be drawn for irrigation per year. Fishing, swimming and canoeing along the river is outstanding. This farm is located 8½ miles south of Medina Lake Dam and only 12 miles west of a new super HEB store on San Antonio’s outskirts. This is an outstanding opportunity for someone to enjoy the best of the country with close proximity to all benefits of a large city.

Fred L. Graff Realty PLLC Hondo, Texas 830/ 426-1053 mobile



As Low As 3% OPWKCAP 2.9%

Joe Stubblefield & Assocs. 806/622-3482


352.6 diverse acreage for sale in Mills County, Texas. Property consists of fenced, cross fenced livestock, hunting and fishing land. Five dirt tanks some with fish, wildlife in abundance along with deer, turkey and dove. Lots of elevation change for sitting and enjoying the beautiful expanse of horizon or building that dream home. Price is $2850 per acre. Offered by:

Mazurek Real Estate Carolyn Harris, Agent Call: 254/842-7143




— Scurry County, Texas —

• 595 Acres: native grass land, stock tank, fenced, excellent quail habitat. $565,250.

Contact: Keith Hackfeld 325/207-2984 Cell 325/573-8505 Office


Beautiful 12,105 acre working ranch mostly in Concho County, Texas with a bit in McCulloch County. This is a great cattle ranch with tremendous pens, 1000± acres of good improved grasses, and good deer and turkey hunting. Some minerals will convey. $1500/acre. Call:

Frosty Miller - Broker of Frosty Miller Ranch Realty Inc - 325/247-3997 • 325/456-8844





RRSG Ranch: 480 acres, great hunting, CRP. $1000/acre.


434 ACRES — on Colorado River, great hunting and fishing. $3200/acre.


160 ACRES — 2000 sf home, hunting, cattle. $485,000.

320 ACRES — excellent hunting, CRP. $1050/acre.

460 ACRES — cabin, blinds, feeders, turn-key ranch. $699,000.

715 ACRES — Good hunting, next to Matador Wildlife Area. $1165/acre.

828 ACRES — excellent hunting ranch with income. $950/acre.

1193 ACRES — Wichita River frontage, great hunting ranch, home. $1300/acre.

1540 ACRES — Pease River, great hunting. $1298/acre.


692 ACRES — hunting and cattle ranch. $1200/acre.


504 ACRES — great cattle and hunting ranch. $1795/acre.


2480 ACRES — historic ranch, great hunting, hunting lodge. $1295/acre.

7502 ACRES — great cattle and hunting ranch, North Wichita River. Minerals. $1195/acre.


1370 ACRES — with 640 acres CRP, good grass, water, minerals. $1095/acre.

1340 ACRES — Miller’s Creek, great hunting, minerals. $1295/acre.


202 ACRES — great hunting, two tanks. $1275/acre.


640 ACRES — great hunting, large neighbors. $995/acre.


1920 ACRES — great hunting and cattle ranch, live water, CRP income. $1695/acre.

Other Listing Available — Please Call Or See Our Website Dane Mount, Broker/Owner • 940/839-6247

Danny Havins — 940/839-5152 Email:

Steven Beck — 806/778-1597 Cell Email:

Darrell Franklin — 806/679-1852 Email:

Jerry Williams — 940/642-4830

Harrison Park — 210/373-3600 Email:



Red River County: 2092 Acre 4M Ranch ..................................... $1895/Acre

McLennan County: 1833 Acre Lake Creek Ranch ............................ $15 MM

Shackelford County: 1660 Acre Petty Ranch .............................. $1595/Acre

Throckmorton County: 793 Acre Buchanan Ranch, Will Divide .. $1650/Acre

Bryan County, OK: 741 Acre Big Water Ranch….……..……....….. $2.65 MM

Coleman County: 668 Acre Glen Cove Ranch ............................ $2375/Acre

Throckmorton County: 645 Acre Brazos Valley Ranch ............... $1695/Acre

Montague County: 614 Acre Whitetail Meadows on Denton Creek .. $2.8 MM

Erath County: 606 Acre JT Ranch, Will Divide ............................... $5.18 MM

Young County: 600 Acre M3 Ranch ............................................. $2250/Acre

Erath County 566 Acre Camp Branch Ranch ............................... $3500/Acre

Hamilton County 533 Acre Hollingsworth Game Ranch ................... $2.7 MM

Upshur County 486 Acre Triple C Ranch ..................................... $2753/Acre

Hamilton County 480 Acre Lota Bucks Ranch ............................ $3250/Acre

Archer County 355 Acre Whiskey Jack Ranch ............................ $2195/Acre

Hood County 323 Acre Treaty Oaks Ranch ................................. $5500/Acre

Young County 320 Acre Rolling Oaks Ranch ............................... $2400/Acre

Comanche County 309 Acre Mira Vista Ranch ............................ $2650/Acre

Bosque County 267 Acre Las Lomas Ranch ................................ $1.475 MM

Grayson County 180 Acre Plainview Road Ranch ....................... $6000/Acre

Grayson County 146 Acre Hagerman Ranch ................................. $1.85 MM

Young County 87 Acre Whiskey Creek Ranch .................................... $695 K


Call: 214/366-9191



Texas Panhandle Feedyard: Efficient feedyard w/flaking capabilities in the Texas Panhandle. 1216 acres grass and 320 acres farm ground including nice home.

View more listings on: TX License #9000849 Zurick Labrier • 806/681-9099



- Dan W. Kinsel III, Ranch Broker -- Drawer 677, Cotulla, TX 78014 830/378-5856 830/317-0115 Mobile 830/378-5994 FAX


MIKE DAIL REAL ESTATE E-mail: • Mason, Texas •

21.5 Ac: 16.8 E of Mason: on CR; Beautiful Llano River frontage, well, game. $400K.

64 Ac: 12 M Mason: 3/2½ custom home, guest house, shop, well, creek, tank. $699.9K.

228 Ac: 12 NE Mason: oaks + mesquite, well, 2 tanks, crk w/sprgs, game. $950K.

21 Ac: NW Mason: 3/2½ rock home and shop, live oaks. TURNKEY. CONTRACT.

16.75 Ac: 10 W Llano: on CR and Llano River, good water well, home site/recreation: $400K.

143 Ac: NE Voca: on CR, 2 creeks, tank, well, house, lrg timber, lots of game. $4000/ac.

142 Ac: Eden: Live oak, 3/2½ home, barn and shed, minerals, city water. Reduced $475K.

1153 Ac: Colorado River Game Ranch: Comm water, mins, well mgt game. $3500/ac.

Mike Dail, Broker — Mason, Texas — 325/347-0038 A Private Property Rights Advocate


Llewellyn Real Estate - Farm & Ranch Sales

Carter Llewellyn,Jr. 817/994-6233



• 1100 AC. 225 cow/calf.

• 24,200 AC. 450 cow/calf.

• Upscale home, 265 acres plus gas well.

• 11,455 AC: minerals.

GOOD EARTH LAND CO. Office: 918/689-3166



Protecting Clients. Conserving the Land.

LMC Ranch 161 acres, Hays County. Live water, improved show place retreat property with custom home. $7,600,000

Dripstone Ranch 2275 acres, Uvalde County. 4 miles along both sides of the Frio River. Wildlife, caves, meadows, many outstanding improvements. Has development plan in place. $25,000,000

North Rock House Draw 1197 acres, Pecos County. Recreation, hunting. Elk, mule deer, whitetail, dove. $500/acre, $598,500

North 2400 Ranch 2838 acres, Terrell County. Roads in place, abundant groundwater, scenic views. $600/acre, $1,702,800

Long Canyon Ranch 4797 acres, Terrell County. Excellent range condition, good deer populations. $525/acre, $2,518.425

Big Tank Ranch 3266 acres, Terrell County. Hunting camp, barns, pens. Outstanding recreation property. $525/acre, $1,714,650

Prairie Canyon Ranch 24,164 acres. Terrell County, working cattle ranch, owner-financing available. $385/acre, $9,303,140

Blue Mountain Retreat 29.33 acres, Fort Davis Scenic Loop, outdoor living area, in-ground pool, Reduced - NOW $675,000

Yates Cattle & Conservation Ranch 385 acres, Hill Country, amazing retreat, Ideal for cattle or recreation. $9,240,000

Alamito Waters Ranch 80 acres, Presidio County. Artesian well, large, beautiful lake. Quonset building. Reduced - NOW $279,000

Red Mill Ranch 25,667 acres, Pecos/Brewster Counties, grass-lands cattle ranch, many improvements, $800/acre, $20,533,600

Black Hills Ranch 11,681 acres, near Marfa. Cattle/hunting ranch, extensive water system, barns, pens. $895 per acre, $10,454,495

Pecos Canyon Ranch 8300 acres, Val Verde County, Pecos River frontage, excellent wildlife habitat, $800/acre, $6,640,000

HLB Piρon Ranch 3177 acres, Brewster County. Grassland, excel-lent water. Abuts Sierra LaRana, Alpine, the Gateway to Big Bend. $1550/acre, $4,924,350 Reduced to $1250 per acre, $3,971,250.

Stagecoach Ridge Ranch 1266 acres, in Sierra LaRana, Alpine. Grasslands, ideal wildlife habitat. $1800/acre, $2,278,800

Ranch on Top 45,393 acres, working cattle ranch, mesa-top grass-lands. HQ, airstrip/hangar. Hudspeth Co. $550/acre $24,965,919

Rainbow Ranch 10,800+/- acres, enjoy outstanding hunting on this property. Terrell County. $425 per acre, $4,590,000

Eagle Piρon Ranch 2963 acres, with large unique hunting lodge, Hudspeth County, $850 per acre or $2,518,550

Mills Pecos River Ranch 7800 acres, in Val Verde County. His-toric home. Pecos river frontage $798 per acre, $6,224,400

King Land & Water LLC

Fort Davis and Austin, Texas

432-426-2024 or 512-840-1175



Texline, Texas Farm: 1650± acres, center pivot irrigation with dryland corners. Diversity of crop production and cattle applications, excellent roads and nearby grain facilities, feedyards, and sale barns.

Texline, Texas Farm: 796± acres with 453± acres irrigated, corn, wheat, and milo production, cow/calf operation, nice new home, corrals, shop.

View more listings on: TX License #9000849 Zurick Labrier • 806/681-9099



Fisher, Jones, Nolan & Stonewall Counties, TX

-1,486+/- ac: Near Hamlin, hunting appeal, 4 tracts, paved. $825/acre

-839+/- ac: Native mesquite, fenced, large canyons, varied terrain!

-449+/- ac: Fenced grazing, 4 ponds, 3 wells, California Creek & pens.

-393+/- ac: Paved frontage, CRP income, homesite. Sweetwater.

-369+/- ac: Fenced, mixed use with canyons, hunting & minerals, too!

-364+/- ac: N/ Aspermont, TX near Salt Fork, CRP, hunting appeal.

-311+/- ac: Nice mix of active cultivation, mesquite pastures and CRP!

-203+/- ac: All cultivation, can divide. Paved frontage, utilities, too!

-NEW! 162 ac: CRP, pasture, hunting. Near Hamlin, Fisher Co.

-REDUCED! 155+/- ac: Shinnery pasture N/Hawley, near Abilene, TX.




Ranch Sales — Leasing Division

28,000 Acres Southeast Of Van Horn, Texas. Mineral Classified Acres Included.

David P. Dean, Broker — Ft. Davis, Texas Ranch: 432/426-3779 • Mobile: 432/634-0441



Cimarron County, Oklahoma — 957± acres in the western portion of the Oklahoma Panhandle, a beautiful property with lots of character, creeks, ponds, and located away from the fast life.

Texas County, Oklahoma — 315± acre irrigated farm with plenty of water to give multiple options for grain and cattle. Possibilities for multiple farming and cattle scenarios with grass, corn, wheat and milo.

View more listings on: TX License #9000849 Zurick Labrier • 806/681-9099



MUSTANG RANCH: 3409 ACRES located about 45 miles east of San Angelo. Gently rolling mesquite country with high bluffs overlooking Mustang Creek. Mustang Creek flows most of the time and has two large, permanent holes of water. Nice headquarters on a bluff overlooking the creek. Deer, turkey, quail and minerals. Private, end-of-the-road ranch that has been in the same family over 100 years. $6 million.

RANCHO BUENA VISTA — 8365± acres located about 50 miles east of El Paso near Dell City, Texas. About 75% rugged canyons and mountains up to 5600 feet. Mule deer, aoudad and blue quail. PRICE $335/acre.

CHIP COLE, RANCH BROKER 325/655-3555 •


Century 21, Sadler and Assoc., LLC 1411 West Dickinson Blvd. — Fort Stockton, Texas 79735

Betty Hickman: 432/290-1931 • (Location: 79735)


• Ozona, Texas. Brushy Canyon Rim Rock Ranches, — 1037± acres or choose a combo of 202. 203, 341, 234 and 55 acres. Highway. 2803 frontage, water and electricity on some, from $500 to 525/acre.

• Sanderson, Texas. Beautiful High Desert Ranch — 240 acres, cabin, whitetail, Rock Bottom Draws. $80,000.

• Pecos County, Texas. 10.19 acres, Spanish-style white stucco house, metal roof, two bay shop, guest house, paved road.

• Pecos County, Texas. 636± acres, Highway 2037, Belding Road. Four irrigation wells, 112.51 acres State Mineral Classified.

• Pecos County, Texas. Pecos River and Highway 18 frontage, 648± acres surveyed.




10 Acre Tract — north of Big Lake, Texas.

29 Acres — Junction, Kimble County, Texas. River property.

30 Acres — South Big Lake, Texas. 550 ft. highway frontage.

50 Acres — Irion County, Texas. Bull run.

60 Acres — Tom Green County, Texas. Two water wells, electricity, on FM 1692.

100 Acres — North Reagan County, Texas. Cultivation, two water wells.

300 Acres — North Reagan County, Texas. Two water wells, some cultivation.

We Have Houses In Mertzon, Ozona, Iraan, Big Lake and McCamey!

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641 Acres — Irion County, Texas. Two bedroom, one bath cabin, excellent water with two wells, all owned minerals convey and a portion of wind income will also convey. $2295/acre.

260 Acres — Coke County, Texas. One water well, good fencing, call for details.

1012 Acres — Concho County, Texas. Turnkey with 250 exotics, house, lodge, barns and excellent fence. GREAT PRICE! $1925/acre. Also option to buy without exotics.

1103 Acres — Crockett County, Texas. 2400 sq.ft. fully furnished home, 40x60 shop, 40x60 equipment shed, three water wells, highway frontage. $1088/acre.

713 Acres — Coke County, Texas Near Silver. Electricity, water well, rural water. Price reduced: $950/acre.



NEW LISTING! Ruffin Ranch — Concho County, Texas: west of Eden. 5473 acres, lots of US 87 highway frontage, beautiful liveoaks, totally new HIGH FENCES, enhanced deer breeding with lots of deer and bucks scoring up to 200 B&C!! Red stag, axis and more! Extremely nice improvements including owner’s lodge, huge hunting headquarters/building with private bedrooms, kitchen, offices, a tremendous amount of metal outbuildings. Good cow country and lots of water. Minerals available. A NEW GREAT PRICE!

SOLD - NEW LISTING! Crane County, Texas: 3500 acres, Pecos River, outstanding dove, quail and duck hunting, with some deer.

NEW LISTING! Welker Ranch — Coke County, Texas: 2131± acres four miles of Water Valley. Over 1800 acres of this ranch is HIGH FENCED AND HAS ENHANCED WHITETAILS AND EXOTICS. Extremely scenic with canyons and hills — lots of browse and excellent hunting. Large, nice four bedroom two bath double wide, barn, pens, good water and minerals. The perfect hunting getaway!

NEW LISTING! North Divide Ranch — Kimble County, Texas: 1530± acre absolutely beautiful liveoak ranch with excellent hunting of whitetail deer and turkey. Double wide cabin, storage building, good fences, good water. Good access on county road — very scenic at a good price! Good investment!

UNDER CONTRACT - XRY Ranch — On The Colorado River: 1350 acres in southern Coleman County, Texas. Over a mile of gorgeous river frontage, nice double-wide surrounded by large oaks! Wheat fields, big lake, lots of game and minerals. Priced to sell!!

SOLD - Bar A T Ranch — Sterling County, Texas: 640 acres, off of Highway 158 west of Sterling City eight miles. A great hunting place with a very nice hunting lodge — newly constructed. Great underground water with two fishing holes!

UNDER CONTRACT - Horseshoe Nail Ranch — Christoval, Texas: 925 acres 21 miles southeast of Christoval. Extremely scenic live oak country. Custom built 5000 sq.ft. austin-stone home with all of the extras. Indoor swimming pool. Good hunting and minerals. Highway frontage!

Nolan County, Texas: 1025 acres, $1195 per acre. South of Sweetwater, close to Maryneal. Minerals, home, barn, working pens. Good water well with concrete storage reservoir.

Nolan County, Texas: 160 acres, thick brush, no improvements with deer, turkey, hogs, quail and dove.

Coke County, Texas: 575 acres, part cultivated, part pasture, over 2000 sq.ft. home, very nice, top notch eight-stall horse barn and separate stud barn, Colorado River frontage.

LEE, LEE & PUCKITT San Angelo, Texas 325/655-6989




Las Animas County, Colorado — 19,446± Deeded Acres

This ranch is well located with US Highway access and graded county roads. The terrain varies from elevated ridges to rolling and sloping hill sides descending to productive live water creek bottoms. Much of the ranch has an open appearance, but fractured rock ledges are found along creek bottom side slopes and the rougher portions of the ranch have scattered to moderate canopies of juniper. These areas offer excellent winter protection for livestock and also serve as good habitat for wildlife. The ACME Ranch is well watered by an extensive waterline network, earthen tanks and year-round dependable live water creeks. Improvements consist of a new set of pipe shipping pens and other outbuildings. Besides being quality cattle company, the ranch has the added bonus of antelope, mule deer and elk. This working cattle ranch is very realistically priced at only $325 per acre.


Sandoval County, New Mexico — 36,460± Deeded Acres

The Crawford L Bar Ranch is located approximately 40 air miles west of Albuquerque, New Mexico. The topography is dramatic with some of the most stunning 360° views to be found in the state. The terrain varies from high elevated mesas with steep fractured rock ledges to lower wide valley bottoms. Several massive volcanic cones protrude from the surrounding countryside, giving the ranch the perfect "Land of Enchantment" charm. Elevations range from 8300 feet on the upper mesa country to 6100 feet in the lower valley bottoms. Lower elevations of the ranch have scattered juniper cover, with oak, mountain mahogany, piρon and an abundance of Ponderosa Pine in the higher elevations. The ranch is adequately watered by wells, earthen ponds, seasonal creeks and springs. The property is improved by a newly remodeled manager's home, beautiful two-story log lodge, shop/apartment building, barns and livestock pens. The current ownership does not hunt the ranch, but in past years the property received approximately 30 bull elk rifle permits, eight bull elk muzzle loader permits, 22 either sex archery permits and 56 cow elk permits. Other game species include mule deer, black bear, mountain lion, bobcat, barbary sheep, turkey and water fowl. This scenic ranch is offered at $550 per acre.


Ector County, Texas — 25,572± Deeded Acres

The Shoe Bar Ranch is located approximately 15 air miles southwest of Odessa, Texas at Penwell. This ranch has been under the same family ownership since the 1920's. This quality Permian Basin ranch is all native pasture and is in good condition. The ranch has been rested with no livestock for approximately two years. Livestock water is primarily provided by eight taps on the CRMWD water line, two windmills and one submersible. Structural improvements include a two bedroom/two bath brick home, a bunkhouse, a shop building, pipe shipping pens and two sets of working pens. Oil production is mostly concentrated in the southeast portion. The majority of the ranch is free of oil field activity, which could possibly present future opportunities for the collection of surface damage income. Trophy quality mule deer and an abundance of quail are found on the ranch. Seldom does a ranch of this size, mostly free of oil field activity, come up for sale in close proximity to Midland/Odessa. The Shoe Bar Ranch is reasonably priced at $350 per acre.


Sandoval County, New Mexico.. 7,880 Deeded Acres 178 Acres New Mexico State Lease 8,078 Acres Bureau of Land Management 19,136 Total Acres, More or Less

The Red Mountain Ranch is located in the foothills of the scenic Jemez Mountains of Northwest-Central New Mexico. Characterized as a rimrock terrain, the property has many areas of piρon/juniper cover with minor amounts of Ponderosa pine. Cottonwoods are common throughout the Rio Puerco Creek Bottom, which traverses the entire east boundary of the ranch. The ranch has historically been operated as a 250± animal unit ranch, with supplemental income from hunting. Primary game includes elk, mule deer and an occasional barbary sheep. Ranch improvements include a seven year old owner's home, a single wide mobile home, shop building, storage buildings and shipping pens with scales. The ranch is well watered and the Jemez Mountains provide a beautiful backdrop for this outstanding ranch. The Red Mountain Ranch is offered for sale basically "turn-key", with equipment and cattle included. The ranch is ready to operate and enjoy and is priced to sell at $3,717,000.


Burnet County, Texas — 1232± Acres

This scenic live water property has been under the same family ownership for over 100 years. The property has approximately 3600 feet of deep water Colorado River frontage at the headwaters of Lake Buchanan. The ranch has an extremely desirable location between Lampasas and Burnet, less than an hour's drive from Austin. The ranch offers unbelievable mountain and river views with a diverse and sometimes rugged "Hill Country" topography throughout. Post oak, live oak and cedar offer outstanding habitat for the extensive wildlife population. Whitetail deer commonly grow to trophy size. Exceptional water features include the river, numerous live water creeks, springs, ponds and well water. The river is wide and deep enough for most any boating activity, and fishing in the river is an added bonus. The ranch is improved with two primitive cabins which serve as great weekend retreats. This outstanding offering is realistically priced at $7,500,000, or approximately $6089 per acre.


Las Animas County, Colorado — 2645± Deeded Acres

The Black Hills Ranch has a diverse terrain with elevations ranging from 6000-6600 feet. The majority of the ranch is described as mesa side slopes. The property has pockets of grassy open meadow country, but an estimated 70% of the ranch has a moderate to fairly dense canopy of juniper and piρon. This cover offers outstanding protection and habitat for the native mule deer and elk. Water is furnished by several earthen ponds, seasonal creeks and a remote spring. The Black Hills Ranch is economically priced at $725 per acre. It is seldom we list a good, all deeded hunting ranch for under $2,000,000. This is an opportunity to buy a very scenic recreational property at a realistic price.


65,000 Head Commercial Yard — Palmer County, Texas

This commercial feedyard is located on approximately 409 acres and is permitted for 115,000 head with a practical maximum capacity of approximately 65,000 head. Pens are of pipe and cable construction with slip form concrete feed bunks. The feed mill is equipped with eight steam flake rollers, two boilers, supplement bins, commodity bays, liquid storage tanks, receiving dumps and an office building. Other facilities include processing barns, hospitals and shipping and receiving pens. In addition to the feedyard itself, there are an additional 258 acres of irrigated, dryland and grass that complement the feedyard. This well located property was recently acquired by a commercial lender and in an effort to sell this facility as soon as possible, the lender has priced this facility and farmland at $2,200,000, which is close to salvage value price on the feedyard. This is an opportunity to purchase a lender owned property at a "fire sale" price. The lender's loss is the purchaser's gain.

Descriptive brochures available on all properties.


Stuart Ranch — 11,756 Acres — Palo Pinto County, Texas.

White Bluff Ranch — 16,027 Acres — Chaves County, New Mexico.

Taylor Ranch — 621 Acres — Denton County, Texas.

High Timber Ranch — 3497 Acres — Rio Arriba County, New Mexico.

Good Ranch — 22,705 Acres — Lea County, New Mexico.


Emery Gap Ranch — 11,664 Acres — Union County, New Mexico.

Ewell Ranch — 9628 Acres — Grant County, New Mexico.

Adams Ranch — 14,953 Acres — Lincoln County, New Mexico.

Thompson Ranch — 21,747 Acres — Chaves County, New Mexico.

South Deck Ranch — 21,450 Acres — Lea County, New Mexico.

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Monte Lyons - Broker Lubbock, Texas 806.438.0582

Justin Bryan - Ranch Management Abilene, Texas 325.260.5883






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NEW MEXICO PROPERTY GROUP - REAL ESTATE COMPANY - 575-461-4426 Realtors Association of New Mexico License #16014



Tom Green County, Texas — 206 acres located on Arrington Road east of Veribest. Previously in CRP, Millersview/Doole water available, minerals. SOLD

Coke County, Texas — 8066± acres located approximately 20 minutes northwest of San Angelo. In the same family since 1899. Rolling to rugged hills and draws as well as level divide country. Modest improvements. Excellent hunting for white-tailed deer, turkey, quail and hogs. West Fork of Grape Creek with large pecan trees. Minerals.

Coke County, Texas — 4772± acres located in southern Coke County. Diverse terrain with moderate to heavy cover good for wildlife. Four water wells. Modest improvement with two small houses. Good hunting for white-tailed deer, turkey, quail, hogs and occasionally axis and blackbuck. Minerals.

Coke County, Texas — 2051 acres conveniently located to San Angelo. All native pasture that is watered by two water wells. Rolling to rugged hills and level divide country. Excellent hunting. SOLD

Coke County, Texas — 625 acres approximately 17 miles north of San Angelo. Level to rolling mesquite and cedar country, two houses and two cabins, one water well, excellent hunting. SOLD

Sterling County, Texas — 8026 acres southwest of Water Valley. Gently rolling hills with mesquite flats and scattered live oak. Well watered, excellent hunting with deer, turkey and quail. Foreman’s house with two smaller houses, minerals. Ranches this size are rarely available in this area.

Menard/Schleicher Counties, Texas — 1235 acres northwest of Fort McKavett. MLD Level 3 permit. Nice lodge with guest house, fully furnished, ready to hunt. Excellent deer and turkey hunting. Beautiful rolling live oak country. Minerals. Highway frontage.

Bexar County, Texas — 246± acres located approximately 19 miles south of downtown San Antonio. All native pasture with large live oaks, post oaks, hickory and other hardwoods. Easily accessible from Loop 1604, U.S. Highway 281 and I-37. Public road access with recreational and future development potential. Minerals.

Erath County, Texas — 547 acres located approximately 19 miles south of Stephenville. Highway and county road frontage, gently rolling and level country, some cultivation and improved coastal pasture. Good hunting. Gillmoore Creek traverses the property. Minerals. SOLD



Double Eagle Ranch — Jim Hogg County, Hebbronville, TX — 1500 acres — $3,975,000: premiere wildlife property, unsurpassed Bobwhite quail habitat and white-tailed deer populations, fantastic native deer herd and 1,500 high-fenced acres.

Rio Lavaca Ranch — Lavaca County, Moulton, TX — 120.7 acres — $870,000: recreational or working ranch, improved native pastures, timber-lined Lavaca River frontage, 1550+ square-foot farmhouse and good cross-fencing.

UNDER CONTRACT - Ranch Reinado Morado — Webb County, Encinal, TX — 1,150 acres — $2,530,000: free-range hunting ranch, native white-tailed deer, hogs, javelinas, turkey, dove and quail, mobile home and 3 private cabins.

Sycamore Creek Ranch — Val Verde and Kinney Counties, Del Rio, TX — 3,746 acres — $4,275,000: wildlife habitat with 2.5 miles waterfront on both sides of Sycamore Creek, 6 wet-weather drainages, white-tailed deer and axis deer, turkey, livestock production with traps, main pens and barns; interior pasture fencing and headquarters.

UNDER CONTRACT - Oak Hollow Ranch — Live Oak County, George West, TX — 1,400 acres — $3,850,000: oak trees, mesquite trees, big brush, rolling terrain, high-quality ranch roads, 2 lakes, water well with electrical submersible pump and cattle working pens.

Atascosa 250 Ranch — Atascosa County, TX — 250 acres — $1,025,000: 50-50 mature “big” native brush, and mesquite dominated rangeland with ample forage for cattle, 25% of the mineral estate is included, no current mineral production.

Packwood Ranch — Hill and Limestone Counties, Mount Calm, TX — 592 acres — $1,800,000: 2 miles of Packwood Creek, over 7 small ponds, 2 lakes, wildlife habitat and 4-bedroom brick house.

Belknap Creek Ranch — Montague County, Bowie, TX — 958 acres — $2,184,240: high- intensity, short-duration grazing system in place for 10 years, abundant wildlife, 1 large, and 2 smaller, tree-lined creek systems, large bucks, turkey and quail.

Republic Ranches, LLC — Broker Austin-Corpus Christi-Dallas-Hondo-Houston-San Antonio 888-726-2481 or


Hunter Ranch & Realty

Toni Gill 325/728-0139

Wesley Gill432/770-0283

Justin Wilburn325/338-5099

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630 Acres — Nolan Cty, TX (S of Swtwer). $1700/ac. — Wesley Gill.

SOLD - 336 Acres — Taylor Cty, TX (Mulberry Cany). $1800/ac. — Justin Wilburn.

93.313 Acres — Mitchell Cty,TX (Champion). $330K. — Toni Gill.

372 Acres — Nolan Cty, TX. $948,600. — Wesley Gill.

250 Acres — Jones Cty, TX.Call for price — Wesley Gill.

265 Acres — Taylor Cty, TX (Buffalo Gap). $3750/ac. — Wesley Gill.



On The Colorado River

1350 acres in southern Coleman County, Texas. Over a mile of gorgeous river frontage, nice double-wide surrounded by large oaks! Wheat fields, big lake, lots of game and minerals. Priced to sell!!

Lee Lee & Puckitt 325/655-6989 LLPRANCHLAND.COM


Ranch for sale in eastern New Mexico. Runs 50 pairs. 1760 acres. $968,000. Call:




Beautiful 75.23 acres that is heavily treed and offers great views. Backs up to National Forest. Very private and appealing for the hunter. Reduced to $129,000 with P.O.C. Call:

Dave @ TLC Real Estate 719/846-6821 • 719/859-2535


LOCKHART REAL ESTATE Jesse Lockhart, Jr. Broker 830/234-3415

WELDON FAMILY RANCH: 1478 Acres, Edwards County, Texas. Cabin, electricity, county road access, exotics. $1785/acre.

TOM WILLIAMS RANCH: 48 Acres, Edwards County, Texas. Live water Pullium Creek. Axis! Axis! Axis! Residence, owner finance terms, $450,000.

POQUITO GRANDE RANCH: 874 Acres, Kinney County, Texas. Water well, electricity, 36x20 metal shop, state park neighbor, blinds and feeders. $1325/acre.

PSALM XXIII RANCH: 2434 Acres, Edwards County, Texas. Residences and bunkhouses, Dry West Nueces. $1650/acre.

NUECES RIVER RANCH: 1285 Acres, Edwards County, Texas. Live water — river and creeks, nice residence and super barn, whitetails, exotics. $2719/acre.

TRES VISTAS RANCH: 200 Acres, Real County, Texas. Custom Spanish style three bedroom, two bath home, sky-high views, whitetails and exotics, will divide. $2.25M.

SWEETEN RANCH: 128 Acres, Real County, Texas. Highway frontage, 40 acre oat field, axis, near town, Owner finance terms. $3500/acre.

FLAT ROCK RANCH: 2000 Acres, Edwards County, Texas. Spectacular Nueces River, axis. $10,000,000.



Serving Southeast New Mexico


Beth Myers, Qualifying Broker

License #19650


Hunting Property — Wheeler County, Texas. 320± acres with tall trees and good cover. CRP income. Blacktop and county road access.

Ranchland — Colfax County, New Mexico. 848+ acres just 1.5 miles east of Raton. Creek provides good habitat for wildlife. Highway frontage.

Bailey County, Texas. 160± acres with home and improvements. Good starter cattle operation. Seller motivated, make an offer!


Largest Land Broker In The Texas Panhandle 3430 I-40 West • Amarillo, Texas 806/355-9856


600.79 Acre Hunting And Recreation Land

with water and electricity. Southwest of Sonora, Texas fronting FM 189. Varied terrain, hunting appeal, small cabin. $1425 per acre.




First time offering of one of the largest cattle ranches within the state of New Mexico. The historic Turkey Track Ranch, once owned by Cap Mossman, the famous lawman, has been under single family ownership for over 70 years. The ranch is situated in three southeastern New Mexico counties and encompasses over 253,000 acres. The ranch extends from the Pecos River Valley on the ranch's western boundary for over 40 miles to above the "Caprock Escarpment" in Lea County. The acreage includes, 37,000± deeded acres, 167,625 federal BLM lease acres and 48,800 NM State lease acres. The grazing capacity is set by the BLM at over 3000 AUYL. The ranch is operated from a headquarters located above the Caprock in Lea County and two additional cow camps all complete with living facilities and working pens. The pasture design includes 13 larger pastures and numerous smaller pastures and traps. Livestock water is provided by approximately 30 serviceable wells and miles of buried pipeline. In addition there are numerous large earthen tanks scattered throughout the ranch. The terrain and vegetation is diversified ranging from shinnery oak lowlands to tight grama grass turf. This is a must see. It could be one of the last opportunities to own a large piece of history. Call for an appointment to come take a look. Price: $18,500,000.00 cash. View on my website: or call for a color brochure.

Contact Seller's Exclusive Agent: Scott McNally, Qualifying Broker

Bar M Real Estate

PO Box 428 — Roswell, NM 88202

Office: 575/622-5867 • Cell: 575/420-1237


New Mexico Ranch — 2920 acres located between Cuervo and Santa Rosa, 2½ miles north of I-40, good roads, shallow solar wells, workable pens with electricity. $400/acre. 1700 acre adjoining ranch could be bought as well.

575/403-8456 • 575/403-8454 575/403-7161


88+ Acres — Hillsboro, Hill County, Texas.

Nice views, co-op water, pasture, good road front. Will divide.

Ken Witherspoon Real Estate 214/707-2596.


3008 ACRES


Rolling hills with strong grasses, currently stocked with 600 cows, beautiful 13-acre lake, two very nice homes plus two guest houses, shops and good working pens, 70 miles north of Dallas, Texas. Big deer and lots of wildlife. $8,873,600.



For Sale: 150 acre tract five miles southwest of Eldorado, Texas including 40.56 acre irrigated pecan orchard, improvements, harvesting equipment. Additional farm and rangeland. Producer of state championship pecans. $789,000.

Lynn Meador, Manager 325/650-6324




— Mitchell County, Texas —

• 2243 Acres: premier quail hunting, four active water wells, three miles underground pipelines attached to 20 quail waterers. Fifty quail and deer feeders. List Price: $1,962,625.00

— Scurry County, Texas —

• 595 Acres: native grass land, stock tank, fenced, excellent quail habitat. $565,250.

Contact: Keith Hackfeld

325/207-2984 Cell

325/573-8505 Office



Jerry DeBord – Broker/Appraiser Office: 325/597-4357 866/237-1145 1402 S. Bridge Brady, Texas 76825 See Our Website For Complete List Of Ranches We Have For Sale

25.76 Acres — McCulloch County, Texas. Great development, investment, commercial, or residential property just outside city limits near hospital and doctors' clinic. Electricity and city water on property. Ag use with great stand of Klein grass. Good fences and convenient paved access. Not to many like this one! $175,000.

160 Acres — McCulloch County, Texas. This is a 3-D property — deer, dove, and ducks. It also has about 124 acres of good farmland. Community water is available along with electricity on the County Road. An old well with a windmill exists and there is a pond surrounded by woods and deer trails. $264,000.

813 Acres — McCulloch County, Texas. Exceptional hunting and livestock property in the Pear Valley Community. It has lots of cover and is heavily wooded with mixed vegetation. The ranch has FM frontage, electricity, rural water and two large ponds. Deer, turkey and quail abound. A neat hunter's cabin completes this special property. $1,424,150.


Scenic NEW MEXICO RANCH for sale.

The Longhorn Ranch is located 1 hour south of Santa Fe and 45 minutes east of Albuquerque. Excellent gramma turf. 2 wells and drinkers with numerous dirt tanks, exterior fencing is in good condition. One older set of pens with a trap. Easy access off of I-40 at exit 203. 2640 deeded acres plus 880 acres of State lease. Magnificent views in all directions.


Anise: 505-228-7884

Rob: 505-250-8315

Toll Free: 877-277-7572


600 Acres — Near Midland, Texas. $1300/acre. Will divide.

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*874-Ac: 10,000 Sq Ft 4/4 Rock Home, with Pool. Large 13,000 Sq Ft Barn. 32-Ac Lake on Rock Creek w/10-lb Florida Bass, 2-lb Black Crappie, 11 Ponds! Ex Hunting! $5,875,000.

*1,475 Acres: Creek, Water Elect, Ex Hunting $1995 Ac.

*682 Ac: Oaks, Water Well, Rolling. Hunting. $2,195 Ac.


*150 Acres: Wtr Wells. Creeks. $412,500.

*348 Acres: Home, OAKS. $1,195,000.

*200 Ac: COLORADO RIVER. $710,000.

*195 Ac: 55 Ac Lake, Lodge. $1,377,000.

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60 Acres — Tom Green County, Texas. Two water wells, electricity, on FM 1692.

SOLD 236 Acres — Menard County, Texas. On Highway 190, live oaks, mesquite, electricity. Owner will cost share a water well.

UNDER CONTRACT300 Acres — North Reagan County, Texas. Two water wells, some cultivation.

UNDER CONTRACT320 Acres — Throckmorton, Texas. Several dirt tanks, large food plots.

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78± Acres — Mason County, Texas. Great combination ranch with gorgeous hillside views (home sites), excellent balance of wooded native pasture and improved grasses. Two wells, one reported to be irrigation, dirt pond. Insulated 30x40 metal barn, sheds, good set of metal working pens. Nice Oak Creek three bedroom, two bath mobile home currently rented. Excellent location only minutes from Mason. $595,000.

40± Acres — Mason County, Texas. Highly desirable small acreage, 3 miles north of Mason. Hillside views, superb homesites, highway access, large Live Oaks, mix of improved grasses and native pasture, very scenic! $385,000.

998± Acres — Mason County, Texas. Heritage ranch 20 miles southwest of Mason. Gently rolling terrain graduating to rugged canyons with mile long views along Rocky Creek which runs the length of the property. One well. Moderate cover. Excellent hunting! $3,494,155. SOLD

UNDER CONTRACT 95± Acres — Menard County, Texas. San Saba River Tract!!! Near Hext, small cabin, old cultivation, good hunting/fishing, well and electricity. Nice recreational property. $475,000.

184± Acres — Menard County, Texas. Tri-county area, access from Highway 377 to short easement road. Excellent hunting/livestock ranch! Deep sandy loam soils, 20 acre field, tank, equipped water well. Good cow country and great hunting!!! $632,400. SOLD


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