Comanche Canyons Ranch
Throckmorton County, Texas
Comanche Canyons Ranch is a combination of two contiguous ranches 10 miles west of Throckmorton in the Rolling Plains. The properties fit together extremely nice making a magnificent 13,317+/- acres with a combined asking price of $18,072,613 ($1357 per acre).
The north ranch is known as the Comanche Crest Ranch which encompasses 10,298 acres and fronts on Highway 380. It is priced at $1346 per acre ($13,861,108) and is a high-quality hunting and cattle ranch. Please click on the following link, Comanche Crest Ranch, for complete information.
The south ranch shares 4 miles of fence with Comanche Crest is 3019+/- acres. Asking price is $1395 per acre ($4,211,505). This is the eastern portion of an 11,000+ acre ranch known as the Sloan X’s Ranch. It is very scenic with a defined ridge extending from Comanche Crest and running through the 3019+/- acres. Please click on the following link, Twin Canyons Ranch, for complete details.
These ranches are under different ownerships and can be bought separately but are best when combined. It is difficult to find large cattle and hunting ranches in the Throckmorton/ Shackelford County area. There are no improvements on either property besides fencing, steel working pens with scales, wildlife food plots, stock tanks, and a good system of roads. This is as good of a ranch as you will find in this part of the state.
December 2017 Helicopter Survey/ Deer Herd: The entire ranch was surveyed to better understand the deer herd. A total of 567 deer were observed (151 bucks, 280 does, and 136 fawns). Deer density was 18 acres per deer, buck: doe ratio was 1: 1.85, and the fawn crop was 48.5%. There were 16 older aged quality bucks and a lot of young 1 ½ – 3 ½ year old bucks with a lot of potential. This is typical for the area because of the past droughts and low fawn crops leaving a lack of 5 ½-6 ½ year old deer. As the herd gets more age the number of trophy bucks will increase. The deer herd is positioned to improve substantially over the next few years, but it is currently in very good shape. There are quality trophy bucks on the ranch right now as seen in the photographs. There were also 48 coyotes counted, 156 hogs, 6 coveys of quail, and several hundred ducks.
$1357 per acre ($18,072,613)
Blake Hortenstine 214-616-1305 mobile
Jack Fauntleroy 940-550-4432 mobile
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