NAME OF PROPERTY: Middle Creek Combo 800 - MV
ACREAGE: 800 Acres (insert text)
LOCATION: 1 Hour South of Tulsa, 1 1/2 hours East of OK City
CLOSEST TOWN & ZIP: Dustin, OK 74839
ACCESS: Paved County Road to Gravel County Road
TOPOGRAPHY: A diverse array of gently rolling hills, flat creekbottoms, and elevated Crosstimbers
IMPROVEMENTS: Custom Log Home w/Covered carport, 36x48 Horse Barn, 30x40 Equipment Barn, Christmas Tree Plantation
FORAGE: Diverse mix of native bluestems, bermadagrass, clovers, and vetch
CAPACITY: 50 Cows
WATER: Three ponds, one lake, and a very large creek that runs most of the year
WILDLIFE: Abundance of large whitetail, Eastern & Rio Turkeys, & other indigenous wildlife
UTILITIES: Rural Water & Electric
COMMENTS: This 800 acre retreat, located at the end of a dead end road, boasts a cozy custom log home with a covered carport and a shop. New to the property is a custom metal horse barn with doug fir horse stalls and an elaborate chicken roost. The property also includes a metal equipment barn, a small fruit orchard, and a large plantation of Christmas trees that has become a growing source of income. Middle Creek, which runs most of the year, travels throughout the property and offers endless bass, crappie, and catfishing along with bowfishing opportunities. Several stock ponds offer more fishing and serve for water sources for livestock and wildlife. This property is located in one of the top Boone and Crockett Whitetail counties in the state of Oklahoma and has been intensely managed for mature backs for many consecutive years. With the creek serving as a major roosting area, large groups of turkeys call this property home as well. With established hunting stand locations, feeding areas, food plots, and cleared atv and horseback riding trails, this is truly a sportsmenís paradise. Lush native and improved pastures offer an opportunity to gain income from hay or to run a modest cattle operation. With an abundance of large oak and crosstimber varieties, the property has a substantial timber value. Several of the established tree stands and wildlife feeders sell with the property. If you are looking for a great hunting property, nature retreat, or a hunting/cattle combo, give Sandy Bahe a call at 918-470-4710.
Name of Property: Eagle River Ranch 700-RB/SKB
Acreage: 699.26 acres m/l
Location: 20 miles S of Vinita, 65 miles NE of Tulsa,OK
Closest Town: Langley
Access: County Road
Topography: Flat to rolling
Improvements: House, barns, fencing, 25 acre lake, ponds
Home Sqft: 1,835
Forage: Mix of bermuda, fescue, clover & native grass
Capacity: 250 to 350 depending of management level
Water: 25 acre lake and numerous ponds
Wildlife: Eagles, deer, turkey, ducks, etc.
Utilities: Electricity, propane, well, septic system
Development Potential The ridge line over looking the river valley.
This is an exceptional ranch with a modern home, large barns and cross fences dividing the ranch into 9 pastures with excellent working pens in the middle of the ranch.
The beautifully maintained home, built in 2002, features a large covered patio that overlooks much of the ranch and river valley, open floor plan with centrally located living/dining/kitchen area that also has those amazing views of the ranch, three bedrooms, two baths, and it is total electric with a wood furnace backup heating system that is connected to the CH/A ducting and can be utilized with the flip of a switch.
The ranch has carried up to 300 pairs in the past while also producing commercial hay. Production is only limited by the personnel to care for the ranch and livestock. Over 200 native pecan trees, and a few Stuarts, add to the beauty and productivity of the ranch. There are currently two Bald Eagle nests on the ranch.
The barn is 105 X 75, steel framed, and has a river-gravel base which supports heavy equipment storage.
40 acres of land along the river belonging to GRDA are available for use only to the current landowner, and are usable to the next landowner exclusively, at no cost. This includes pecan harvesting and grazing.
The GRDA has released water two times in the past 20 years that caused short periods (days) of flooding in the hay meadows. With notice, cattle can easily be moved to the high pastures utilizing the well-designed cross-fencing. Call Bob Bahe at 918-470-4711
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