NAME OF PROPERTY: Hat Powell 237 - ka
PRICE PER ACRE: $3,500
ACREAGE: 237 mol
LOCATION: Hat Powell Road & 69/75 Frontage
CLOSEST TOWN: Durant, OK
ACCESS: Maintained County Road
TOPOGRAPHY: Flat to slightly rolling
IMPROVEMENTS: Ponds, fencing, cabin
CAPACITY: 60 Animal Units
WATER: 4 ponds + 7 acre lake
WILDLIFE: Native species, Florida hybrids, channel cat
UTILITIES: Electric, city water, sewer
Productive 237 acres that has been very well managed. Property can ran approximately 60 head. Fences are in excellent condition, cross fenced into 5 pastures, 4 have city water in them. Plenty of water throughout ranch, 4 ponds and a nice 7 acre lake.
There is a small cabin, perfect for a weekend get a way. Current owner had utilities for cabin installed for a house in the future. Cabin overlooks the 7 acres lake that is stock with Florida hybrids, channel cat.
Nice set of pipe pens and tub with squeeze chute.
Only 5 miles north of Durant, OK. In Caddo school district.
Call Kelly Albrecht for more information or showing at 580-380-2066
NAME OF PROPERTY: Little River 950-skb
ACREAGE: 950 Acres
LOCATION: 1 hr SE of OKC, OK & 1.75 hr SW of Tulsa, OK
CLOSEST TOWN: Seminole, OK
ACCESS: State Highway and county road
TOPOGRAPHY: Flat to gently rolling pastures, some trees
IMPROVEMENTS: Steel working pens, barns, shops, hay sheds
HOME SQFT: 1,000
FORAGE: Bermuda, clovers and native grasses
CAPACITY: 265 Pair
WATER: Little River, 16 ponds, 2 wells
WILDLIFE: Whitetail, squirrels, turkey, dove, and other
UTILITIES: Wells, electricity, septic systems
DEVELOPMENT POTENTIAL The property could be subdivided
Over 200 acres of the ranch is bottom land and rated by NRCS at 8775 pounds of forage per acre per year for normal year production. The balance of the ranch is rated between 3360 and 7600 pounds of forage per acre per year. The grasses consists of a good mix of Bermuda, clovers and native grasses. Consisting of two tracts of 600 and 350 acres sited 1 mile apart (about 4.5 miles by road) 16 ponds, 300 & 400 wells, Little River and seasonal streams provide abundant water for the livestock and indigenous wildlife that inhabit the ranch. Steel pens with watering trough, steel working facilities featuring Silencer Chute and hydraulic headgate were designed to efficiently handle a large number of cattle. Barns, shop, sheds, feed storage are all in place for your equipment and storage needs. The property has complete perimeter fencing and 3 strand electrical fencing, and traditional cross-fencing to accommodate rotational grazing. The 600 acres has a modest 3/1 frame home. The 350 acres has a comfortable 1 bed, 1 bath, kitchen & living room living room in the shop. This is a great opportunity to acquire a top-shelf production ranch. Call Robert Bahe at 918-470-4711 or Sandy Brock Bahe at 918-470-4710, or call Toll Free at 844-ALB LAND with questions or to view.