Historic Richland Valley Ranch

 

 

2250 +/- acres located in eastern McCulloch County, Texas. This is in my opinion one of the best combination Ranches for cattle and hunting I’ve seen in a long time. The ranch includes approximately 30 ponds, 2 wells, and RSSUD water to insure there is never an interruption in your water supply needs. The land has been used over the last 40 years as a background ranch for weaning cattle before they are sent on to the feedlot, as well as a cow/calf operation. The ranch also features exceptional hunting and fishing, but its primary function is beef production. Approximately 300 acres of the ranch is planted in improved pasture that includes Coastal Bermuda and Kleingrass. The property is divided into six main pastures, plus approximately several traps and pens all connected to corrals and working conditions that are central to the health and well-being of both the cattle and the cowhands. This is a well thought out and designed ranch that would make any rancher proud to call it theirs. Call me for more information or a tour. Ricky McKinnerney SOLD!!


Location: Eastern McCulloch County
Water: 30 Ponds, 2 Wells, Richland Springs Special Utility District water.
Utilities: Electricity on the property.
Terrain: Rolling to gently rolling.
Wildlife: Deer, Turkey, Quail, Hog.
Improvements: Working pens, corrals, barns, living quarters.
Cultivation:
Minerals: Negotiable.
Trees: Live Oak, Cedar, Mesquite.
Soil: Sandy loam.
Grasses: Coastal Bermuda, Kline.
Terms: Cash/Conventional.
Taxes: Upon request.
Price: $2695/acre.
Acreage: 2250+/-
County: McCulloch
Disclaimer: All information deemed reliable but not guaranteed. If there is another broker/agent representing the buyer, they must accompany the buyer at the initial and all other showings of the property in order to share equally in the commission. Thank You