640 Acre Ranch in Childress County Texas at the entrance to the Texas Panhandle. Approximately 175 acres formerly in cultivation with 2 irrigation wells, 5 pivot points for small pivots and about 1.5 miles of underground irrigation pipe. (out of production for about 20 years). Native mesquite grass and bluestem. Heavy population of mesquite trees. Former cultivation land has covering of small mesquite. Very good forage with adequate rainfall. The property is situated between Setters Creek on the west neighboring property and Soldiers Creek on the east neighboring property. Both creeks are seasonal creeks.Small pond in SW corner holds water in wet weather. Located +/-1 mile north of Buck Creek and approximately 4 miles north of the Prairie Dog Fork of the Red River. Excellent hunting potential for whitetail deer, quail, dove, possible mule deer and turkey. Gentle elevation changes with beautiful panaramic views to the west and south. Possible Native American artifacts. Fencing is fair. Crude wire traps at the entrance. Rural water at the wire trap. Electricity to the entrance of the property. One stock water well with centrifugal pump. Pump can be operated with a generator or solar power could be installed. Water storage located at the well. Seller would be willing to lease back grazing.
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