Land / Lot Information
|Address:||Tillman County, Oklahoma|
Rio Grande Turkey
North Fork of the Red River (4.25 miles on both sides)
This is an amazing 2200 +/- ranch in southwest Oklahoma, located in western Tillman County along the North Fork of the Red River. This ranch has improved grasses, excellent fencing, irrigation, pristine facilities, and river bottom hunting. It’s approximately ten miles west of Fredrick (pop. 3,797), where there is a 6099′ x 150′ regional airport, feed store, grocery store, and medical clinic.
- 2200 +/- deeded acres
- 160 state lease ($2500/yr; 5 yr lease with 3 yrs left)
- 15 cross fenced pastures (including state lease)
- 23 miles of fences, all built within the last seven years (6 wire 4 pt. barbed wire, 6.5′ steel t-posts with 10′ spacing, pipe brace posts every 20 t-posts, 6.5″ pipe corners, double H braces)
- 1350 +/- acres of improved pasture, including Midland 99 bermuda, coastal, and native grasses (annual spray program for weed control and fertilizing)
- 400 +/- acres of native pasture under fence
- 49 +/- acres of dryland wheat
- 450 +/- acres of hunting country along the North Fork, filled with dense thickets, towering cottonwoods, elm trees, and brush cover (4.25 miles of frontage on both sides of the river)
- 7 water wells with submersible pumps (5 electric, 2 solar), 2 unused windmill-powered wells (need work), 2 irrigation wells running a 2011 Valley 7 tower pivot (irrigating 122 acres of grass, 750 combined gpm), 6 unused older irrigation wells
- 10 industrial tire water troughs, 10′ diameter, all sit on a 8′ circle apron concrete slab 6″ thick
- Metal hay barn, with wooden rafters (40′ x 80′), with three large 17′ tall bay doors, electricity, indoor & outdoor lighting, tack room/office
- Barn has attached steel corrals, four sorting pens and large branding pen
- One acre fenced-off separately at the headquarters for storing large hay rolls
It’s hard to find such a well improved ranch without also having to pay for a huge lodge or living facilities. If you ever wanted a place to build a house here, though, the ranch offers some really nice sites. The owner currently just has one quarter in irrigation, but there are at least three other quarters that could have pivots going on them too. Developing these other quarters would allow you to grow more wheat or put in haygrazer, alfalfa, or rye grass. The ranch is currently holding all 400 pairs plus the 25 bulls without overgrazing it, with supplemental feeding during the winter months.
The ranch has a county maintain road that goes through the middle of it for three miles. All the pastures are connected except one, which is across the county road, so you can easily move cattle through gates across the property. The 320 acre pasture across the road has the pivot on it and good water for cattle, so you don’t really need to rotate from it.
Hunting along the North Fork is great for whitetail deer, feral hog, turkey, quail, varmits, plus duck, geese, and sandhill crane. If you do not plan to use these river bottom acres for yourself, they could be leased out to a hunter or outfitter, providing you with an additional income source. There is fishing in the river as well.
LIST PRICE: $4,200,000
CONTACT: For more information about this ranch, please contact Benjamin Belew at cell phone (940) 357-9940.
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