$9,422,800 | 9,422.80 ACRES | SOLD
Approximately 80 air miles north of Amarillo, being northeast of Stratford, TX.
The ranch is located in an area of long term family ownerships, where properties of this size and quality are seldom offered for sale.
The terrain varies from nearly level to rolling and hilly with some broken mesa type country. Soils are generally deep and fertile and 367 +/- acres are under pivot irrigation, farmed in corn. Approximately 1,500 additional acres were once in CRP and have an established stand of improved grasses. This land is suitable to be farmed again and it appears that irrigation water is available. The remainder of the ranch is native pasture, principally grama and buffalo grass type country.
The ranch sits on top of the prolific Ogallala Aquifer. The three irrigation wells reportedly pump 600-850 gallons per minute each. The ranch is well watered by electric submersible wells tied to an extensive waterline network. Considerable irrigated farmland surrounds this property and it is apparent that additional irrigated land can be developed.
Access to the ranch is provided by paved highway frontage and graded county roads.
The Frisco Creek Ranch is extremely well improved. The main headquarters complex is improved by a nearly new partial two-story log construction custom built home. This is a quality home in excellent condition.
Other improvements include a shop/barn with apartment, two main sets of pipe shipping pens, both equipped with hydraulic chutes and another nice set of working pens. The main pens at the house also have a nice round pen and roping arena. Additional improvements include a double-wide modular home and several other outbuildings.
Most all improvements have been very well maintained and definitely show pride of ownership.
This outstanding Texas Panhandle Ranch is ready to go and operate. The property is well suited to a cow/calf, yearling, or combination ranching unit.
The Frisco Creek Ranch is a great place to call home.
$1,000 per acre