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The Newbern River Ranch is a diverse river property with Bermuda bottoms, tillable fields and outstanding habitat for trophy whitetails and migrating waterfowl.
*Wayne, OK---5 mi
*Purcell, OK---10 mi
*Pauls Valley, OK---17 mi
*Norman, OK---40 mi
*Oklahoma City, OK---45 mi
*Dallas, TX---160 mi
*Wayne Public Schools
*Via county maintained road
*Well water to the pastures
*Approximately 35 inches of average annual rainfall
*Rio Grande Wild Turkeys
*Various species in the river
*Rolling with flat bottomland along the river
Nestled in the fertile soils of the South Canadian, lies a stunning property with nearly a mile of river frontage.
This property is located via county roads east of Wayne, OK approximately 10 minutes from I-35
The ranch has been managed for cattle production based on guidance from the Noble Foundation and is currently utilized as a cow-calf operation.
Phenomenal wildlife habitat follows the river as it lazily meanders along the northern boundary of the property. Ancient cottonwood trees tower over heavily traveled deer trails leading to lush green food plots!
Numerous scattered marshes attract droves of migrating waterfowl as they travel the river in search of food and security during their annual fall flight.
This level of quality land and wildlife habitat cannot be easily duplicated, especially only 45 minutes from Norman.
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