Ask Dan Ward
Located near Vinson in Southwestern Oklahoma, the 2,210+/- acre Vinson Farms is a productive dryland farm that combines ample farm, pasture, and conservation reserve program land that lies in two blocks. Each of these parcels have easy access to county roads as well as Oklahoma Highway 9.
In addition, the property includes a non-functioning cotton gin that could be used as a farm shop, gin office, and a barn.
*Hollis, OK 18 mi
*Wellington, TX 22 mi
*Mangum, OK 23 mi
*Erick, OK 27 mi
*Altus, OK 50 miles
*Amarillo, TX 124 mi
*Oklahoma City, OK, 171 miles
*Lubbock, TX 191 mi
*Ft. Worth, TX 245 mi
*Oklahoma Highway 9
*13 Stock ponds
*2.5 +/- miles of Cave Creek
*Pastures are Boundary Fenced
*Cotton gin with office
*Rural electricity available
*Approximately 27.12 +/- inches of annual precipitation
*Average growing season is 210 days
*Average fall first freeze is November 2nd
*Average spring last freeze is April 5th
*Rio Grande Wild Turkey
*Some of the ponds have fish
*Rolling terrain with numerous draws and drainages
*Farmland is gently sloping to level ground
*Approximately 457+/- Acres enrolled in the Conservation Reserve Program
This is truly a multifunction property with 480+/- acres of tillable farm ground, 457+/- acres of income producing CRP, and the balance is native pasture that's currently being used for cattle grazing. Abundant wildlife in the area means that Vinson Farms has good potential as a recreational property for the owner or as an income source as a hunting lease.
Numerous stock ponds and access to a rural water system provides water to Vinson Farms.
In addition, the property includes non-functioning cotton gin that could be used as a farm shop, gin office, and a barn.
The Sellers will consider splitting up the property to sell in smaller blocks.