The photograph above was taken looking from north to south with Bermuda Grass fields on the north and the cultivated fields to the south. The Red River is on the west side of the property and the home and pens are on the east bank of the river.
This topo map show the 770 acres all contigious and bordering the Red River
The Red River offers both recreation and live stream water. Even in the most severe drought conditions the Red River always has maintained a live stream of water.The locals will tell you that this is some of the best fishing around and the hunting is also fantastic. Large numbers of Whitetail deer, turkey and wild hog are found here with some very high scoring bucks taken near here.
Location: Starting at the intersection of Highway 32 and 89, travel south on Highway 89 for 2 miles to Longest Fink road then 1 mile west. Ranch is located on west side of road.
Acres: 770 acres total.
250 acres cultivation.
170 acres of improved Bermuda grass
350 acres of mixed Bermuda and Native grasses with wooded acres and
Home: 2234 square foot of living+/- a portion of which was built in 1940, added on to and remodeled in 2000. 3 bedroom 2 bath with dining room and a large great room. The home sets next to the Red River where its very quite and peaceful.
Barns: 24' x 30' x 12' metal shop building with concrete floor and electricity built in 2003. Very good condition and is ideal for welding or mechanic shop.
22' x 26' x 10' pre-fab carport built in 2008. Holds two vehicles.
12' x 12' storage building adjacent to home
Small grain bin holds approximately 800 bushel of grain.
Cattle Facilities: One small set of cattle pens with alley for working chute.
Domestic Water: 2 water wells serve the property. One at the home and the second located in the wheat field for livestock use. Rural water is available on the county road.
Electric Service: is provided by REA and runs through the property to the home and barns.
Land Description: There is approximately 770 acres +/- of contigous land with 1.5 miles of river frontage. 570 acres are deeded with aproximately 200 acres of acreted land from the river. The land will be surveyed. 250 acres of the land is in cultivation with these lands being Class I and Class II Soils. 170 acres of the upland is in Midland Bermuda grass The balance of the ranch is in native and Bermuda grasses with timber covering part of it.
(PcA) Pond Creek silt loam, 0 to 1 percent slopes Class I.....................52.0 NCCPI
(HaB) Slaughterville fine sandy loam, 0 to 3 percent slopes Class II.....42.3 NCCPI
(BaB) Teller loam, 1 to 3 percent slopes Class II...................................50.6 NCCPI
(Cr) Gaddy finie sand 0 to 1 percent slopes frequantly flooded, Class V 15 NCCPI
(HaE) Slaughterville fine sandy loam, 8 to 20 percent slopes Class VI..38.6 NCCPI
(ZvD) Zanies, Lucien and Granola 5 to 12 percent slopes Class VI.......33.6 NCCPI
Farm Service Info:
Tract # 1463-Base Acreage, wheat-127.9, oats-17.8 total base acres 145.7
Tract # 1471-Base Acreage, wheat-90.7, total base acres 90.7
Survey: Upon the completion of an executed contract a survey will be performed. The acres that acreted to this property will be quite titled and added to the tax roll.
The final sales price will be determined by number af acres determined by the survey and passed to buyer at closing.
Minerals: Seller is offering for sale surface rights only and no minerals will pass with this sale with the exception of water, sand and gravel rights.
Accessability: This ranch is easily accessed by an all weather road just 1 mile from Highway 89.