H-G Farm

Crosby County, Texas

Property info

Acreage: 953 +/- Acres
Location: Crosby County, Texas
Status: Sold
Price: $905,350


Offered by: Rusty Lawson
Email: [email protected]
Direct: 806-778-2826



The H-G Farms are two non-contiguous tracts of land located on the East Plains in Crosby County, Texas. Tract #1 (640 acres) is located approximately 3 miles east and 5.5 miles north of Crosbyton and Tract #2 (313 acres) is located approximately 8.5 miles east and .5 of a mile north of Crosbyton. Both have access by various graded county roads.

Legal Description:

All of Section 2, BS&F Survey, Abstract 1099 and the West-Hale (W/2) of Section 7, Block A, BS&F Survey, Abstract 5, Crosby County, Texas, SAVE and EXCEPT the Northeast 7 acres of the West-half of Section 7. According to the Crosby County Appraisal District, this property contains a total of 953 acres, more or less.

General Description:

As mentioned, H-G Farms consists of two non-contiguous tracts containing a total of +/-953 acres. Tract #1 (640 acres) is all dry cropland, with the exception of +/-133 acres remaining in native pasture. Tract #2 (313 acres) is also all dry cropland, with the exception of +/-5 acres in a playa lake area.

The overall terrain varies from nearly level to gently sloping. The primary soil found on both farms is Pullman silty clay loam, 0-1% slopes.

Annual Property Taxes: +/-$4,200


$905,350 ($950 per acre)




The H-G Farms is quality dry cropland located in eastern Crosby County on the East Plains. It is very seldom that land is available to purchase in this highly desirable farming area. For additional information or to schedule a showing, please contact Rusty Lawson.

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