$319,200 | 160.00 ACRES | AVAILABLE
This small ranch offers exceptional location and seclusion along with good hunting and recreation opportunities. With a very desirable blend of mesquite, shinnery, and a scattering of sand sage this is ideal wildlife habitat. Cover is not terribly dense, however, there is plenty for wildlife. Overall, this small ranch has a lot to offer.
Approximately 154.5 acres of the ranch is currently in the Conservation Reserve Program (CRP). The terms of the contract are for ten years beginning 10-01-2020 with an end date of 09-30-2030. The CRP payment is $3,708/annually. The terms of the current contract require the owner to spray/grub or mediate invasive mesquite on the property. The seller has elected to leave the mesquite for wildlife cover and has discussed options with the NRCS offices in Crosby County. Seller can "buy out" the CRP contract and reimburse NRCS for payments already received, thus leaving the mesquite cover for native wildlife on the property. Seller will give the buyer the option of leaving the property in the CRP program or the seller will terminate the contract, reimburse NRCS and the buyer can take possession of the property without the CRP contract in effect. Should buyer elect to keep the property in the CRP program, the buyer will be liable for fulfilling the brush remediation.
The ranch is located south of Crosbyton and northeast of Post. Access is provided by a sandy county road that dead ends into an adjoining property. This property lies about one mile east of FM 651 approximately 45 minutes drive time from Lubbock.
This area is known to have an abundance of whitetail deer and feral hogs are common, along with turkey, quail, and dove.
Small properties such as this are seldom offered for sale in this area. Priced at $1,995 per acre this small ranch is affordable and will offer exceptional recreation opportunities.
Call Charlie Middleton today at (806) 786.0313 for more information or to schedule a tour.