Price: $638,000 ($1995 price per acre)
Size: 320+/- Acres
County: Young County , Texas
Young County, Texas
General Description: 320+/- acres located NW of Graham, Texas off Highway 380 between Indian Mound Road and Rux Road. Mature oak, elm, and bull mesquite trees surround a high hilltop and there are two nice stock tanks on this raw, undisturbed hunting & grazing property. The Dysinger Ranch is 100% native pastureland with an easy rolling topography. This is a secluded property with close proximity to Newcastle and Graham. There is currently no roadway easement providing access to the property.
Directions: Current route from Graham: Travel 8.2 miles Northwest on Hwy 380 until Indian Mound Road, then turn right. Travel north on Indian Mound Road for 1.4 miles until a 90-degree right turn. Continue west on Indian Mound another .5 miles to Russell Road, located on your left. Turn left on Russell road and continue .5 miles to McCormack Road. Turn right on McCormack Road and continue on to the first dirt road on your left. Turn left and go through white gate, then take your first left turn. Go past the oil production on the left side of the road and continue straight. Stay left at the fork in the road and the road will dead end at the white entrance gate.
Interior Access: There is one ranch road running north/ south through the central part of the ranch. Another road runs from the entrance gate at the SE corner to the SW corner. This road is a short distance north of the south boundary fence going above both stock tanks. Roads are adequate to get around the property.
Terrain: The Dysinger Ranch features scenic views. The terrain is level to rolling with gradual elevation changes from the north to south side of the property. There is a nice rocky hilltop with a lot of character, but the land is primarily sloping with some exposed rock in areas. Elevation change from the hilltop to the base of the hill is approximately 50 feet as is the total elevation change across the property.
Habitat: The ranch has thick areas of cover consisting primarily of post oak, live oak, beautiful elm mottes and mature mesquite trees. There is some prickly pear cactus, a few scattered hackberries, lotebush, bumelia and elbowbush and other browse typically found in this area. This property is conducive for hunting and running a few cattle.
Stock Water: There are 2 nice-sized stock tanks on the property located near the south boundary fence. The largest tank is approximately ½- 1 acre in size. Both tanks are fed by small drainages running from the North. These tanks catch water very well. The two tanks combined are sufficient for watering cattle and livestock.
Wildlife/ Hunting: Whitetail deer, Rio Grande turkey, quail, dove, feral hogs, and varmints such as coyotes and bobcats can be found on the property. Deer hunting should be excellent in this part of Young county. There are nice open areas around the ranch that would be ideal for smaller food plots. The habitat is conducive for wildlife and this ranch is a “blank canvas” that could be enhanced with various land management practices.
Cattle/ Grazing Lease: There is a hunting and grazing lease that can be terminated within 30 days written notice. Stocking rate for this property is believed to be 1 animal unit per 30 acres depending upon rainfall.
Fencing/ Cattle Pens: Four sides of the property have fences with 4-5 strands of barbed wire and steel/ cedar posts. Fencing is in fair to excellent condition and will hold cattle.
Utilities: Fort Belknap Electric Cooperative provides electricity to this part of Young Co. Electricity is currently located on the east side of the property. Ground water is possible, but varies in this area. Rural water is a good distance away so a water catchment system or fresh water hauling may be the best options for a camp or household use.
Minerals: No minerals are being offered with this sale. There is one active oil & gas well in the Southeast corner of the property.
Legal Description: 320 +/- acres in Survey 617, Abstract 708 located between Rux Road and Indian Mound Road in Young County, Texas.
Taxes: Annual property taxes are approximately $645.02. Property is currently agriculturally exempt.
Price: 638,000 ($1995/acre)
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