The Kimbell Ranch is a fertile and productive cattle ranch with strategically designed crossfencing, which divides 26 pastures of Bermuda grass, cultivated winter pasture and hayfields.
*Ardmore, OK --- 32 miles
*Marietta, OK --- 16 miles
*Oklahoma City, OK --- 128 miles
*DFW --- 83 miles
*Three gates from County Roads
*1.5 miles of paved County Road frontage
*Forman's Home - 1200 sf modular home
*20,000 sf working pens
*50' x 50' metal barn
*Fenced and crossfenced into 26 pastures
*Three Water Wells
*10 plumbed water troughs for livestock watering
*Approximately 38+/- inches of annual precipitation
*Rolling with sandy and sandy-loam soils
*Elevation ranges from approximately 790 feet to 950
Equipment & Cattle:
Hundreds of cattle grace the landscape of this scenic and productive southern Oklahoma ranch that offers both winter and summer grazing.
This ranch is very conveniently located west of I-35 only fifteen miles from Marietta, Oklahoma and just one half mile south of state highway 32. Dallas-Ft. Worth is only 100 miles away and Oklahoma City is less than a 2-hour drive.
The Kimbell Ranch has approximately eighteen hundred, seventy acres of rolling Bermuda pasture mixed with tillable farmland and scattered timber. A gravel ranch road meanders for over a mile from the north gate through the property to the home, barn and cattle pens.
Extensive cross fencing is used for rotational grazing in numerous pastures. A system of lanes facilitates the efficient movement of cattle between pastures or to the working facilities located near the center of the ranch.
Wheat is planted in the fall and utilized for winter grazing then grazed out or cut for hay in the summer. The ranch is set up extremely well to handle either stockers or a cow-calf pairs.
Miles of pipe has been laid from water wells to troughs strategically located to provide fresh drinking water for the livestock. Numerous springs feed several nice ponds which supply water for both wildlife and the cattle. Although the area has a sandier soil and fewer surface impoundments, it is known to have a sea of a subsurface water which is evident by the irrigation pivots scattered around the property.
While the main focus of this ranch is on cattle, the wildlife component shouldn't be overlooked. The rolling terrain and mixed cover creates excellent habitat for deer and turkeys while the agriculture provides some opportunity for some good dove and waterfowl hunting.
Overall, this is an incredible opportunity to purchase a beautiful, well established and productive cattle ranch with a strong wildlife component.
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