Turner Land Company LLC

P.O. Box 320

Ringling, OK 73456

 

Phone: 580-465-3571

Fax: 580-662-2436

 

Featured Property

Historic Ranch on Red River                     

Located 2 Miles South & 1 West of Highway 89 & 32 Junction

 

250 Acres of Cropland with Class I & II Soils

 

170 Acres Improved Bermuda Grass

 

1.5 miles of Red River Frontage

 

Fantastic Fishing and Hunting

       1528 Acres+\- on Red River

Acres: 1528, more or less.

 

Location: 5 miles west of Ryan, Oklahoma. From the intersection of Highway 32 and 81 take County Road E2070 5 miles west to where road turns to the north. Continue north 1/4 mile to gate on the west. For second entry point and cabin access continue from gate north 3/4 of a mile to County Road E2060 turn west on County Road E2060 for 1 1/4 mile to cabin on south side of county road or continue west 1/4 mile to metal gate.

 

Cabin: 948 square feet cabin furnished with bunks and kitchen, Remodeled in 2009 for weekends and hunting seasons cabin has electricity and water with propane and electric heat. A 10' x 16' metal building is ideal for storage, freezers and game processing.

 

Domestic Water: Rural water at the cabin. Small ponds and some springs for livestock water. One water well on the property.

 

Electric Service: Electricity is located at the cabin and has been placed down in the river bottom to elevated deer stands for hunting.

 

Minerals: Selling all surface, air, sand and gravel, hunting and fishing, and hard rock mineral rights. No oil and gas minerals will be transfered in this sale.

 

Hunting: This ranch provides excellant oppurtunities for Whitetail deer, turkey, wild hog and Bobwhite Quail.

 

Fishing: The Red River has year round fishing with a spring time bonanza for catfish and striped bass. Access to this type of sport fishing is very limited as the Red River is mostly bounded by private property.

 

Land Description: 1.5 miles of Red River shoreline. The river bottom is flat with good stands of Native, Bermuda and Johnson grass.The bottom has not been grazed in several years making for tall stands of grass and wildlife habitat. The eastern edge of the river bottom has hardwood trees giving additional cover for deer and turkey. Bobwhite Quail are making a come back on this property due to the good stands of Native grass and no weed spraying in tha last ten years. The grass is very tall due to no grazing.The cabin sats on the east side of the ranch with county road access.

 

Sand and Gravel potential: Sand and gravel rights will sell. Sand pits have operated for a number of years on both sides of this property.The amount of revenue from sand and gravel sales is unknown but much success has been seen to the north and south of this property.

 

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