Hanna Ranch

Sold N.E. Texas Cattle and Horse Ranch For Sale

​​SOLD MAY 2018


Acres:  1698 +/- Acres

Animal Units:  Runs 500 cows and calves.

Terms: 
Cash

Location: 
N.E. Texas, Hopkins County. 
 Approximately 15 miles N.E. of Sulphur Springs, TX.

  

​​Comments:  This N.E. Texas ranch has some of the best Bermuda grass in East Texas  and will run 500 cows and calves on a year round basis and allow you to  cut all the hay  you will need. If you want to buy your hay you can run 600 cows  and calves. Fences  are excellent with numerous pastures and traps allowing  rotational grazing if desired. Hanna Ranch has highway frontage and is also accessed by black top road.

This property is one of the very few large East Texas ranches on the market today 
and has been meticulously maintained with weed control and pasture mowing. Ranch is currently running approximately 700 yearlings and 200 cows.

Improvements: 

Main house, 4,200 sq. ft. with attached garage, 4 BR, 4.5 bath, den with fireplace, large entertainment area, basement with bedroom and kitchenette, dining room, wrap around porch with beautiful view of the ranch, nice large kitchen.


Second house is a nice brick home, 1,260 sq. ft., 3 BR, 2 bath.


60x60 2 story metal building, 50% shop, 50% apartment

Horse barn, 80x50, 5 stalls, office with bathroom, tack room, horse walker, animal wash station.

Shop with concrete floor, 100x50.

Equipment shed, 60x40

Equipment shed, 60x40

Hay barn, 160x80, holds 650 rolls of hay.

Lighted roping arena, 300x240 with pipe fence

2 loafing sheds, 20x45

Covered metal cattle working facility with loading chute and cattle tub, headgate.

Second metal working pen with loading chute and head gate.

Overhead feed bin.

 

Water: Community water throughout. White Oak Creek runs through the south part of the ranch. Approximately 25 ponds, approximately 42/44 inches of annual rainfall.


Terrain:
  Flat bottom land to rolling hills, approximately 200 acres of woods.

Fences:   
Approximately 4 miles of pipe fences, 90% of fences are new barbed wire fences.

Grasses:   
Bermuda grass, Dalis grass, rye grass, some native grasses.

Game:   Whitetail deer, wild hogs.