Turner Land Company LLC
P.O. Box 320
Ringling, OK 73456
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
Location: Starting at the intersection of Highway 70 & 81 travel south on Highway 81 for 5.6 miles to Sugden Road. Take Sugden Road west for approximately 3/4 of a mile to Beaver Creek bridge. Property is located on south side of road.
Starting at the Red River bridge on Highway 81 travel north 14 miles to Sugden Road. Take Sugden Road west approximately 3/4 mile west to Beaver Creek bridge. Property is on south side of road.
Acres: 148 acres, more or less, selling all surface and air, water, sand and hard rock mineral rights along with 1/2 interest of all oil and gas mineral rightsheld by
Water: Beaver Creek normally provides year around water. This is the tailwaters of Waurika Lake so flooding has been limited by the conservation dam. Beside running water Beaver Creek offers Channel and Flathead catfish and Hybrid striped bass fishing.
Electricity: Electricity is available on Sugden road for future building.
Access: An all-weather road only 3/4 of a mile from Highway 81 gives you good access in any weather for cars or trucks.
Grass: 158 acres formerly in wheat have been planted in WW-B Dahl grass. This grass has shown in recent years to provide outstanding hay forage along with increased cattle numbers. Balance of the land is in Bermuda grass.
Resources: This tract features 1006 native Pecan trees. The Pecan orchard has been maintained for many years with the producer spraying, mowing and trimming the trees. In 2018 it has been sprayed and mowed for upcoming harvest.
Livestock: Ranch has good fences around perimeter and the cultivated ground has been seeded in improved grasses. Beaver Creek provides water for the livestock. Pecan Tree bottoms feature Bermuda Grass for grazing.
Wildlife: Beaver Creek bottom is well known for large Whitetail deer and this property is no exception. Good cover up and down the creek provides good numbers of deer and the long corridor of Beaver Creek makes for a travel point for game. Also, good numbers of wild hog and turkey are found here.
This ranch is a well-rounded tract with multiple ways to generate revenue. 1006 Pecan trees are harvested every year along with cattle grazing and if you like a hunting lease is available. For investors, the current owner will lease back from a new buyer the grazing, hunting and fishing rights and Pecan harvest. This is really nice small tract that is very diversified in nature with cattle grazing, Pecan production, hunting and fishing, recreation the sale of seed from the WW-B Dahl grass.