Improvements: Metal Building, sheds, fences, gates, corrals
Forage: Bermuda, Clover, Native Grass Mix
Capacity: 150 Cow-calf pairs, or 500 Stockers
Water: 14 ponds, creek, rural water
Wildlife: Deer, Turkey, Geese, Ducks, and other native
Utilities: Rural water and electric
Development Potential: Yes; county road frontage and utilities
This Southeastern Oklahoma Ranch has 23 permanently fenced pastures ranging in size from 1 to 60 acres with 14+ ponds for livestock water. The headquarters is set up for shipping and receiving with a set of feeding pens with sheds, load-outs for trucks or stock trailers, a covered working facility, and digital scales. The relatively new shop provides storage for equipment, feed and medicine, an office, and living quarters. The Northern 280 acres also has a set of steel pens with a working chute and load-outs. Add in abundant Bermuda, Clover and Native grasses, over 40-inches annual rainfall, and proximity to 15 auction barns, and you have a beautiful place custom-made for the stocker operator or the cow-calf man looking to maximize his acreage through rotational grazing. Call Sandy Brock Bahe at 918-470-4710 or Toll Free at 844-WCR-LAND.