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The Cable Ranch is located in south central Garvin County situated above the Wildhorse Creek bottom lands. This property provides excellent cover for wildlife to travel in and out of the ag fields on the neighboring properties. The current owners carefully manage for growing and holding mature whitetail deer in the area by year round supplemental feeding and low hunting pressure. Each year when plowing food plots the owner finds artifacts that were left behind by early settlers such as; pottery, arrow heads, old firearms & wagon wheels. Upon entering the property one of the main food plots is located in front of the improvements and potential building sites. It is not uncommon for deer and turkey to wander around the camp area while the owners are present.
*Oklahoma City - 70 miles
*DFW - 154 miles
*Purcell - 42 miles
*Ardmore - 41 miles
*Paved State Hwy 74
*Approximately +/-36"- 40" inches of annual precipitation
*Open hay meadow transitioning into thick mature hardwood timber.
*Native grass uplands
*Topography ranging from 1010' - 890'
*60' X 140' Quonset Hut with Electrict
*Tower Blind & Feeder
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