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Acres: 5,202 ACRES
Price: $1825.00 PER ACRE
Animal Units: 800 Cows
Location: Southeast Oklahoma,Choctaw County, 135 miles northeast of Dallas, Tx and 170 miles southeast of Oklahoma City,Ok
Comments: The Fightin 7 Ranch is a truly unique ranch; the terrain runs from the rich Red River and Kiamichi River bottoms to rolling hills with good sandy loam soils throughout. Most of the pastures are connected to a large lane running from east to west through the ranch. Cattle can be moved to the large working pens without crossing through adjoining pastures. The working pens have great sorting alleys with plenty of pens to handle 500 to 600 cows at a time. Scales, loading and working facilities are state of the art. The grasses range from excellent Bermuda bottoms with lots of Clovers, Rye grass and some Fescue. The upland has Bermuda, Bahia, Dallis, Fescue and Rye grass. This ranch has an average of 40+ inches of rainfall per year with 225 growing days per year and mild winters; running cattle on the Fightin 7 is very economical. If you are looking for a good ranch that is easy to operate and very reasonably priced, give us a call on the Fightin 7 Ranch.
Improvements: The ranch has a 2 story main house with 3 bedrooms, a newly renovated managers home with 3 bedrooms and a 2 bedroom guest cabin. The extra nice shop building
(40'x120') has a concrete floor. A wide lane runs from east to west connecting most of the pastures for easy access to the main working corrals with sorting alleys, squeeze chute, loading chute and scales. Also 2 other sets of corrals and catch pens on the ranch; miles of new fencing with cattle guards connecting all pastures.
Water: Abundance of water consisting of Red River frontage, Kiamichi River
frontage, Rock Creek, Gates Creek, Doaksville Creek, several ponds,2 nice fishing lakes, wells and numerous springs.
Terrain: This ranch ranges from excellent river bottom land to gently rolling hills with good sandy loam soils.
Minerals: Surface only
Fences: Miles of new fences, all other fences are in excellent repair.
Grasses: Bermuda grass with an assortment of Clovers, lots of cool season Rye grass, some Fescue, Johnson grass, some Bahia and native grasses, lot of other grasses too numerous to mention.
Game: 180 Class Free Range Whitetail Deer, Turkey, Ducks, and Geese and great fishing in the 2 rivers and numerous lakes and ponds.
Leases: Approximately, 100 acre Duck Slough; a long term government wetlands lease inhabitated with numerous Ducks and Geese.