Billings Farm Tract 2

Sold
80± Acres
Sold
Noble County, Oklahoma

Billings Farm Tract 2

ID: 38197
Status: Sold
Acres: 80±
City, State: Billings, Oklahoma
County: Noble
ZIP Code: 74644
Lat/Long: 36.5378, -97.3593
Presented By: Dan Ward
Taxes: $145

Description

This Noble County Oklahoma farm is extremely well located on the north side of Highway 15 just a 1/2 mile west of the Cimarron Travel Plaza on I-35.  Currently, the farm is planted with winter wheat.  Grassy Creek, a wet-weather creek runs through the middle of the property from north to south.  Both sides of Grassy Creek have heavily traveled deer trails.  There appears to be significant potential to create a waterfowl impoundment along Grassy Creek.  More due diligence would need to be done in order to determine the overall feasibility of this project.  This part of Oklahoma has been a waterfowl hot spot for many years with the Great Salt Plains to the west, the Salt Fork of the Arkansas River to the north, Kaw Lake & the Arkansas River to the NE, Sooner Lake to the east, and Perry lake to the south.  Numerous watersheds scattered in between those rivers and reservoirs also roost thousands of ducks and geese as well!

Location:
*
Billings, OK - 6 miles
*Perry, OK - 22 miles
*Edmond, OK - 66 miles
*OKC, OK - 80 miles

Access:
*Highway 15 (just 1/2 mile from Exit 203 "Cimarron Travel Plaza")

Soil/Farming:
*Approximately 75+/- acres are tillable
Predominantly Class 2 & 3 Soils (Kirkland silt loam, 1 to 3 percent slopes, Norge silt loam, Dilworth silty clay loam, 3 to 5 percent slopes, and Renfrow and Grainola soils, 3 to 5 percent slopes.)
Balance is Port silt loam, 0 to 1 percent slopes.

Water:
*According to the OWRB website, a 2" rural water line is located along the southern portion of the property
*Grassy Creek (wet weather creek) flows through the property for a 1/4 mile from north to south.

Utilities:
*Power lines run parallel to the south boundary along Highway 15 and along the east boundary next to the county road.

Climate:
*Approximately 36+/- inches of annual precipitation

Minerals:
*Surface Only

Wildlife:
*Whitetail Deer
*Waterfowl
*Dove
*Potential for upland

Terrain:
*Gently rolling with 20+/- feet of elevation change

Reservations:
The Seller reserves approximately .25 +/- acre around the cellular tower.  The ownership of this .25 +/- acre will revert back to the new owner should the cell tower agreement be terminated in the future.

Improvements:
*NA

Equipment:
*NA

Possession:
*After the 2023 wheat harvest

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