Split Creek Ranch is a secluded hunting and grazing tract in Cotton County, Oklahoma. This property lies close to East Cache Creek which is a well known travel corridor for White-tailed Deer, Rio Grande Turkey, and Bob White Quail. The western fifty-one acres is all tillable ground and will be sown in wheat for winter grazing and hunting opportunities. The eastern portion of the ranch is mainly native grass and brush with mature timber along the convergence of two seasonal creeks. This soil on the property is fertile and productive Class 2 Port Clay Loam.
*Temple, OK - 5 miles
*Oklahoma City - 111 miles
*DFW - 145 miles
*County Road 1920
*Two Seasonal Creeks
*Ideal topography and soil type to create waterfowl impoundments
*Water Well capability
*Approximately +/-32 inches of annual precipitation
*Mostly flat topography ranging from 910' - 915'
*51 acres of Tillable ground in wheat production
*Class 2 Port Clay Loam soils
*109 acres of native grasses and scattered brush
*Seasonal creek with scattered hardwood timber
*Crosstimbers habitat with native grasses, thickets and timber
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