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This property is located on a paved road in a scenic part of eastern Stephens County, Oklahoma with great views in every direction. The ranch boasts a beautiful mix of rolling improved grasses and rugged native pasture. Interior cross fencing is used to optimize grazing potential and to capitalize on rotational grazing. Approximately +/-145 acres of wheat pasture can be utilized for winter grazing and to attract wildlife to the property. Each side of the property has sufficient pond water for cattle and two wells provide fresh water to tanks. According to the OWRB info for Stephens County Rural Water, there is a rural water line running along the entire southern boundary of the property. Another water line heads north in Section 33 along the paved road that divides the ranch. This road also provides excellent access to the middle of the ranch but dead-ends into the neighbor on the north, limiting the traffic it sees. A 60x150 enclosed barn at the headquarters provides very accessible dry storage for either hay or equipment. This ranch would make a great addition to a current operation or, build a house overlooking the bottoms and call it home!
*Duncan, OK - 14 miles
*Wichita Falls, TX - 75 miles
*Oklahoma City - 90 miles
*Ft. Worth - 150 miles
*1 Flood Control Lake (Partial Ownership)
*Rural and well water available
*Approximately +/-38 inches of annual precipitation
*+/-70 feet of elevation change
*60x150 enclosed hay/equipment barn
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