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Carlisle Farm is a quintessential Jefferson County property with mixed native grass, wheat fields, mesquite flats and hardwoods along a seasonal creek. This habitat provides excellent hunting opportunity as well as productive cattle grazing. This specific area has produced some exception deer, as well as a heathly turkey population and the strongest quail presence in South Central Oklahoma.
*Ryan - 15 miles
*Decatur, TX - 70 miles
*OKC - 126 miles
*DFW - 113 miles
*Gravel County Road
*Average Annual Rainfall - 35 inches
*Rio Grande Wild Turkeys
*Gently Rolling native grass pasture, crosstimbers, mesquite flats
*100 acre tillable wheat field
*Hardwood timber along Seasonal Creek
*Scattered Native Pecan trees
*1300 sf Hunting Cabin (very rustic)
*Miscellaneous barns and outbuildings
*Fenced and crossfenced into 5 pastures
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