Ranches For Sale
Irrigation Dry Land FarmLocation: Childress, Texas
Irrigation and Dryland farming Childress Co.
This nice property is a must see ! It is an irrigated, dry land, and range land farm that is split by the Childress County, Hardeman County lines. The farm lies in southeast of the small community of Kirkland, Texas.
The property consists of 224 acres of native pasture, 265 acres of dry land cultivation, and 135 acres of irrigated cultivation. Range land crisscrosses the entire 623.16 acres to create travel corridors for wildlife. The south Groesbeck creek, a wet weather creek, runs diagonal from northwest to southeast through the property.
There are three irrigation wells. One irrigation well is on the north half of the property that produces approximately 500 gallons per minute. The other two irrigation wells are on the south half , one producing approximately 500 gallons per minute, the other at approximately 600 gallons per minute.
The current tenant owns all of the irrigation equipment, and IT WILL NOT CONVEY with the sale of the land.
This farm is suitable to grow cotton, milo, wheat, and hay grazer.
The native range land is excellent hunting for whitetail deer, turkey, quail, hogs, dove, and other varmits that might include bobcats, and coyotes. The native range land also provides both a good habitat, and cover for wildlife. For the last three years, QUAIL have become more abundant in the area.
Native grasses, mesquite, and hackberry are found here.
Electricity is on the property.
The farm has two barns. One older 1500 sq. ft. barn with cement floor is in poor condition , an equipment 1250 sq. ft barn is in fair condition.
Location is: South east corner of the intersection of county road DD and county road 25 which lies south east of Kirkland, Texas off of Highway 287. Kirkland is 9 miles south east of Childress, Texas. It is 21 miles west of Quanah, Texas.
Price per acre is $1600.
Call Danny Havins for your private showing!!