Sold June 2016
Acres: 1612 +/- Acre
Animal Units: 350 cows or 700 yearlings. Current owners are pre-conditioning as many as 2500 yearlings at one time.
Location: N.E. Texas, Morris County, 14 miles east of Mt. Pleasant, 130 miles east of Dallas and 45 miles west of Texarkana, TX.
and the east side of US Hwy. 259. A blacktop road that runs through the ranch allows
easy access to all pastures. Northeast Texas is known for its good productive soils and
abundant rainfall. Approximately 47 inches of scattered rain throughout the year produces lots of early cool seasonal grasses. The long growing days and mild winters make ranching a pleasure in this part of Texas. The ranch is approximately 90% open, making almost the entire ranch productive. The corrals, with a hydraulic chute, sorting ally and a 6 way sorting tub, make working cattle an easy chore for this ranch. The 140 acre hay meadow, consisting of Tifton 85 bermuda mixed with coastal Bermuda, produces an abundance of hay for your winter needs.
The 50'x150’ hay barn stores 800 rolls of 5’x6’ bales to keep the hay dry and clean for the winter feed. If you are looking for an open, very productive ranch, convenient access and easy to operate give us a call on this one.
3 Bedroom brick, older home with central heating and air.
3 bedroom frame house for ranch hands.
Metal corrals with sorting alley.
6 Way sorting tub.
Hydraulic cattle working chute.
50'x 150' Hay barn that holds 800 rolls of large bales.
7 large grass traps that funnel into working pens.
Water: The home has its own well water. Several ponds throughout the ranch. Average annual rainfall for the area is approximately 47 inches scattered throughout the year.
Terrain: The property ranges from level to gently rolling with no major changes in elevation.
Minerals: All minerals owned in this property will be conveyed.
Fences: The fences run from good to new throughout the ranch.
Grasses: This ranch has an excellent cover of early cool season rye, a good mixture of clovers and vetch which produces a great supply of nitrogen to the plant life. The summer grass will be mainly common bermuda and a variety of clovers that will last throughout the summer.
Game: This ranch is surrounded on three sides by the 27,000 acre White Oak Creek Wildlife Management area with an abundance of game consisting of Whitetail deer, feral hogs, eastern turkey, quail, mourning dove, ducks, squirrel, rabbits, and many other species.
Climate: Omaha, Texas, gets 44 inches of rain per year. Snowfall is 1 inches. The number of days with any measurable precipitation is 63. On average, there are 212 sunny days per year in Omaha, Texas. The July high is around 95 degrees. The January low is 32.