Caddo Wheat Field
Caddo Wheat Field is a unique and diverse ranch situated West of I-35 along famed Caddo Creek and overlooks the South face of the Arbuckle Mountains. Caddo is known for its excellent wildlife value, but also provides the most fertile farm land in Carter County and currently has over 100 acres of planted Winter Wheat. Although its now utilized for winter cattle grazing, this deep loam could be utilized for corn, soybeans or any food plots desired, as well as a new pecan orchard.
With over 80 feet of elevation relief above the creek bottom, the oak lined uplands provide excellent habitat for wildlife, but also ideal building locations and breathtaking views of Arbuckles.
*Ardmore - 15 miles
*Oklahoma City - 96 miles
*DFW - 99 miles
*Paved County Road
*Live Caddo Creek
*One small pond
*Unlimited waterfowl impoundment potential
*Seasonal sheet water in ag fields depending on rain
*+/-38" of average annual rainfall
*Rio Grande Wild Turkey
*106 acres of fertile, tillable farmland along Caddo Creek
*Native Pecan bottoms
*Steep and rolling uplands with unique rock outcrops
*Mixed hardwoods and native grass
*Elevation ranging from 860' down to 780'
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