80 Acres located 1 mile north and 2 miles east of Terral, Oklahoma. This tract is approximately 40 acres of wheat cultivation and the balance in timber. The soil is deep sandy loam capable of growing just about any crop. Watermelons and cantelopes were a staple crop in this area for many years with some truck farms still operating in the area. The 40 acres of farming is currently used for winter wheat grazing cattle. A water well with electricity is located near the county road on the south east corner of the property. The heavy timber and native grass holds deer, turkey and wild hogs. The close proximity to the Red River basin helps to add to the amount of wild game in the area.