Gaddis Creek Farm
Gaddis Creek Farm is fertile river bottom property along the Washita River in central Garvin County not too far from I-35. Gaddis Creek, a live stream and a tributary to the Washita, meanders through the property for almost two miles. The property is currently planted to winter wheat but has produced corn, soybeans and other crops throughout the years. The property could remain a working farm, or could be expanded into a recreational property primarily for waterfowl, but also for deer, turkey and hogs which are already prevalent along the creek system.
*Maysville - 4 miles
*Pauls Valley - 13 miles
*Oklahoma City - 50 miles
*DFW - 137 miles
*Paved County Road frontage
*Live Gaddis Creek
*Oxbow slough off the Washita River
*Duck impoundment potential
*Approximately +/-38 inches of annual precipitation
*Flat, fertile river bottom
*Soils: primarily Dale Silt Loam and Yahola Fine Sandy Loam
*The property consists of 67% Class 1 Soils and 19% Class 2 & 3 soils
(See attached Soil Map as a downloadable pdf document)
*Mature Red Oaks along creek
*Scattered Native Pecans on 30 acres
*Bermuda grass pasture on 30 acres
*Existing river bottom duck slough
*Thick brush along river bottom
*The property is currently under an Ag Lease which is binding through July 10, 2021. Closing and/or Possession may be provided earlier depending on the Lessee's crop removal.
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