Secluded property about two miles north of the Prairie Dog Fork of the Red River. The land has a gentle rolling topography that adds to the character of the ranch. A majority of the acreage was used for dryland farming in the past but is coming back in native grass now. Great hunting with a population of white tail deer and wild hogs. The bottom 30 acres is mostly grass with salt cedars and cotton woods. The property has access to rural water through Red River Water Authority. Near the gate of the property, there is a stock tank currently used for livestock water.In the past, the top
130 acres was used for dryland wheat and grazing cattle. Over the recent years, the ground has not been in cultivation and only horses have been turned out on the land.
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