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Our ranch specialist is Cheyenne
Cheyenne can be reached at 918.557.5308
Updated January 10,
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financing, payment calculator, weather information and more!
* 4 wooded acres -
Perfect get away place. 100% wooded. A small, but neat 1 bedroom, 1 bath home.
Located approximately 1 mile SE of Coleman, Oklahoma, in Johnston County. It is less
than 2 hours North of DFW. link $70,000
* 160 acres - Good
county road frontage. Water and Electric available. 65% of property is open,
the remainder is timber. Capable of handling 20-30 cows. Abundant wildlife! link $1495/acre
acres - hunting land. Great access. Available utilities. Pond.
192 acres....Just right!
3 ponds. 50%/50% timber and pasture. Good exterior fences. Electricity
along access county maintained road. Closest neighbors are a mile away.
acres....Productive cattle ranch. Improvements. Lush grass.
Ponds. Good fences and corrals. 2 water wells. Nice 3 bedroom/2 bath
brick ranch home. $2,500/acre link
* 920 acres....A
hunting/recreational ranch with 2 miles of Boggy River meandering through. 5 ponds.
Good fences. Electricity is run into property in 2 places. Roads and
trails throughout property. link $1375/acre
* 940 acres....Hunting ranch
located in the heart of BIG BUCK country in Johnston County, Oklahoma. Available utilities
(rural water and electricity). County road access. Natural spring. 2
ponds. link $1600/acre
acres....Hidden between 2 mountains in the Jack Fork range. 2,640 sq. ft.
conference bldg. 4,047 sq. ft. lodge. Barns. Shops. Managers house.
30 ponds. 2.5 miles of Mud Creek. Towering pines. 1,250 acres of
bottom land. Elevations from 640 ft. to 1,460 ft. Family getaway!
Retreat! Wildlife. Seclusion. link $775/acre SOLD
acres....A limestone base hunting/cattle ranch. Strong native bluestem grasses.
Meadow. Excellent guardrail corrals. Above average fences. 15+
Ponds. 6 large pastures. link $1600/acre SOLD
Call Cheyenne at 918-557-5308
CONSIDER WHEN BUYING A RANCH OR FARM
- GRASSES - What type grasses are established? Are they
native or improved? Are there any winter grasses?
- AVERAGE RAINFALL - How many inches per year, what time of
- TYPES OF SOILS - Different soils often produce different
results. Soil maps are available on almost properties. These maps provide detailed
information on different soils.
- ACCESSIBILITY- Road frontage, what type roads, how close
to nearest towns.
- AVERAGE TEMPERATURE - What are the average temperatures
for summer , winter, and year round?
- GROWING DAYS- This is determined by the average
- LENGTH OF DAYS - Daylight hours help determine how much
grass or how many crops can be produced.
- SURFACE WATER - Lakes, ponds, creeks, wells, windmills,
water systems, must be sufficient to maintain livestock numbers.
- UNDER GROUND WATER - Available reserves of water for
personal use, livestock, irrigation
- EROSION POTENTIAL - Farm Service Agencies in the county
have access to this type information.
- POTENTIAL OR EXISTING GOVERNMENT PROGRAMS - Under the new
farm bill, many opportunities exist for improvements to farms and ranches such as
additional fencing, wetlands programs, funds for additional surface water and so on. Farm
Service Agencies are the best source of information for these programs.
- EASEMENTS - Other than visible easements, easements can be
determined in abstracts and deeds recorded with the county.
- AVAILABILITY OF LABOR - The size of the labor pool in a
particular area can usually be determined by visiting with a local Chamber of Commerce or
talking with local residents.
- ACCESS TO MARKETS - This information can be obtained
generally through local Chamber of Commerce or with talking with local residents and
- IMPROVEMENTS (homes, barns, fences, working facilities,