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Caddo Creek Ranch is a diverse bottomland tract along "live" Caddo Creek in Eastern Carter County. Over 1 mile of creek creek frontage is lined with native Pecan groves, but rises over 100' in elevation to crosstimbered uplands. The hunting is excellent in this natural wildlife corridor, but dont overlook the agricultural value of the managed Bermuda grass pastures and pecan harvest potential.
*Ardmore - 7.5 miles
*Oklahoma City - 104 miles
*DFW - 93 miles
*Dead-end County road
*5 ponds including one measuring 5 acres
*Year-round Caddo Creek
*+/-38 in. of average annual rainfall
*Rio Grande Wild Turkey
*Rolling uplands with Native Grass pasture
*Native Pecan bottoms
*100' of elevation change
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