Acres: 944.07 +/- Acres
Animal Units: 300 cows
Location: Pontotoc County, OK, 6 miles N.W. of Ada, 65 miles S.E. of
Oklahoma City, 135 miles north of Dallas, TX. The ranch has excellent
highway exposure and is located in the corridor of horse country.
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Comments: This ranch is a Horse/Cattle combination that was designed
by the Noble Foundation of Ardmore, OK. This ranch is built for handling
livestock with ease, having alley ways connecting all pastures to horse
barns and cattle working pens. The soils on this ranch are excellent
sandy loam soils. These soils are highly desirable for a horse/cattle ranch.
Improvements: The extensive improvements on this ranch include:
New beautiful Ranch home, 4 BR, 3 Bath, large den/kitchen combination, approximately 4,500 sq. ft. with 600 sq. ft. garage.
Second home is 1,900 sq. ft.
Third home is 985 sq. ft.
Fourth home is 1,420 sq. ft.
Barns, sheds, etc.:
M.D. Enterprises, Inc. , horse barn, 1,850 sq. ft., office, bathroom, 5 horse stalls
Metal horse barn, 6,720 sq. ft., 24 horse stalls, 15 runs
Combination vet treatment area and barn, 13,485 sq. ft. consisting of 20 horse stalls, 11 outside horse runs, 3 large stalls (stallion), 2 storage rooms, feed room, 2 tack rooms, inside round pen, upstairs apartment, bathroom, shower, vet room, breeding stocks, 13 outside runs.
3 mare motels, 18 runs (84x10 ft. each)
6 pens with sheds
7 pens without sheds
4 stall barns with 3 runs, feed room
M.D. Enterprises, Inc., 4 stall stud barn with ½ acre paddock with each stall
6 horse walker
50 ft. round pen
Metal shop and utility building approximately 1,680 sq. ft.
24 grass traps by the headquarters
2 outside bulk storage feed bins
2 loading chutes
40x90 ft. shop building with sliding doors, concrete floor
90x42 ft. cattle barn, concrete floor, 5 covered pens, cattle squeeze chute and 2 loading chutes.
2nd set of working pens that holds 300 cows, squeeze chute, calf working table
50x90 ft. hay barn with 12 ft. shed.
2 outside grain bins
45x110 ft. hay barn
1 overhead feed bin
Water: Numerous ponds and the Spring Brook Creek run through the ranch. Rural water.
Terrain: Rolling to gently rolling landscape, scattered trees, nice creek, and several pecan trees.
Fences: 2.3 miles of white vinyl country estate fencing, several thousand feet of horse fencing and cattle pasture fences are in excellent condition.
Grasses: Improved pasture land and bottom land on the Spring Brook Creek. Grasses include Midland Bermuda, Arrowleaf clover, yellow hop clover, ladino clover and fescue. This ranch has one of the highest producing pastures anywhere in the county.
Game: Whitetail deer, wild turkey.
For more information on this ranch please contact Bob Carper at (580) 513-5847.