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Pecan Hollow Ranch is a unique small acreage in Western Love County that features diverse bottomland habitat including big hardwoods, thick cover and a natural duck slough. Situated just off of Mud Creek, a drainage known for huge flocks of wild turkeys and big non-typical whitetail deer.
*Marietta - 25 miles
*DFW - 93 miles
*Oklahoma City - 138 miles
*1/8 mile gravel county road frontage
*One small pond
*Seasonal duck slough - 1.75 acres of shallow flooded moist-soil habitat
*Just off Mud Creek and its confluence with Sandy Creek
*Only a few miles North of the Red River
*Water wells readily attainable
*Approximately +/- 35 inches of annual precipitation
*Mostly flat topography
*Fertile sandy-loam soil
*Elevation ranging from 750' to 760'
*Thick Crosstimbers and brushy habitat
*Scattered mature native Pecan trees
*Big Oaks and other hardwoods
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