NAME OF PROPERTY: Brushy Creek & Ti Valley Cattle Ranch 1850-RDB HL
PRICE PER ACRE: $2,137.97
ACREAGE: 1850 Acres
LOCATION: SE Oklahoma
CLOSEST TOWN: Blanco, OK
ACCESS: County Road
TOPOGRAPHY: Flat to gently rolling, to small hills.
IMPROVEMENTS: HQ-Home, shop, working pens, fencing, barns
BEDROOMS: 2 and a office
FORAGE: Bermuda Grass, Fescue and native grasses
CAPACITY: 375+ Cow/Calf Pairs
WATER: Creeks, Seasonal Streams, and Ponds
WILDLIFE: Whitetail deer, pigs, turkey, and many others
UTILITIES: Rural water, septic, electricity, propane
This ranch features two parcels located 7 miles apart, making it very convenient for running cattle, with a carrying capacity of 375+ cow/calf units. Excellent steel pen working corrals and hydraulic chute, horse barn, hay barn and four bay equipment shop building. A 3 bedroom, 2 bath home with porch and 2 car garage. This ranch has a perfect blend of hill pastures, hay meadows and bottom land. Forage consists of Bermuda, Rye, Clover, Fescue, Triticale, and native grasses allowing for cool and warm weather growing. Brushy Creek runs through one of the parcels along with multiple ponds and seasonal streams throughout. This combination results in a highly productive cattle ranch and a haven for large numbers of trophy Whitetail deer, pigs and turkey. The Brushy Creek area is next to state owned wildlife land which combined with the all season grasses of the cattle ranch creates some exceptional whitetail hunting experiences. To set up a private showing contact Bob Bahe at 918-470-4711 or Henry Lehr at 918-470-8810.
NE/ 4 of Section Thirty Four (34), Township Twenty-One (21) North, Range Five (5) WIM, Garfield County, Oklahoma.
This 160± acre cattle grain farm lays just south of the highway and has a waterway through the middle with a small pond on the west end of the water way. It has good perimeter fencing with some terracing but lays real well.
SOIL TYPES: Kirkland-Renfrow complex, Bethany silt loam, Renthin-Masham complex, Kirkland silt loam.
TAXES: 2015 Taxes were $519.00. The 2016 taxes will be prorated to day of closing.
SE/ 4 of Section Thirty Four (34), Township Twenty-One (21) North, Range Five (5) WIM, Garfield County, Oklahoma.
This 160± acre tract has an old barn in need of a little repair with a newer pipe and panel metal corral. Good native grass on about 30± acres with a large pond on the west end of the grass. The remainder of the quarter is cultivated ground with good perimeter fencing and the pasture also has good fencing.
SOIL TYPES: Kirkland-Renfrow complex, Renthin-Masham complex, Kirkland silt loam.
TAXES: 2015 taxes were $551.00. The 2016 taxes will be prorated to the day of closing.
Combination of Tract 1 and Tract 2.
F.S.A. INFO: Farmland 309.84 acres, DCP Cropland 282.86, Wheat Base acres 280.40, PLC Yield 38.
POSSESSION: Will be given after the harvest of the 2017 wheat crop or July 1, 2017 whichever is later.
TERMS: 10% down of the total purchase price is to be placed in escrow the day of the auction with the balance being due upon delivery of marketable title. All information is taken from sources believed to be reliable; however, no guarantee is made by the auction company or its employer. Buyers should satisfy themselves as to the condition prior to the day of the auction. Any announcements made the day of auction supersede all advertising.
AUCTIONEERS NOTE: This half section of ground is located on good all weather roads, close to Pioneer School and would be an excellent location for a home site and of course continue to be used as a small grain cattle farm.