This is just one of those places that has a little bit of everything! About half of this tract is cultivated, with the fields being broken up by several tree lines, which makes the property feel a lot bigger than it is. Co-op water and electricity are in place at the south end of the tract. Several nice stock tanks on the property are nearly full at the time of this writing and provide water for wildlife and will make for some great dove hunting in the fall. Some minerals are available. Call today before this one slips away!
Location: The property is located approximately 4 miles west of Bradshaw on the north side of FM 1086.
Acreage: The Bradshaw 160 is approximately 160 acres and is about half cultivation. The cultivation is broken up into several smaller fields and has some hard tree lines breaking them up. The pastureland is mainly mesquite and cedar, with some shooting lanes added for wildlife.
Topography: The property is level to gently rolling with some more dramatic elevation changes toward the north end. It is estimated that there are about 40 feet of elevation change on the property.
Rainfall/Elevation: Taylor County receives an average of 24.8 inches of annual rainfall, according to the Texas Almanac online. The soils are capable of growing all locally produced crops, with wheat and hay being the most common in this part of the county.
Cover: Cover in the pasture areas ranges from heavy mesquite and cedar to lighter and more brushy areas. Several species of low brush and Hackberry are ideal for wildlife forage and cover.
Fences: Fences are barbed wire on steel and cedar posts and range from very good to fair.
Utilities: Electricity is in place along FM 1086, along with a co-op water meter.
Water: Water is provided to the property by Co-op water and three earth stock tanks. The tanks appear in very good condition and are nearly full as of this writing.
Hunting: Hunting should be exceptional on the Bradshaw 160 with abundant whitetail deer, feral hogs, dove, and quail. The seller ever captured a photo of a bull elk on the property with a trail camera. This, of course, was an anomaly, but pretty cool nonetheless! There are a couple of blinds and feeders that will stay with the property.
Residence and Improvements: There is a small shipping container nestled into the brush near the south end of the property and a tractor shed located near the center of the property.
Minerals: The seller believes he owns a small portion of minerals under the farm. These will transfer with an acceptable offer.
Price: The property is priced at $5,500 per acre for a total price of $852,500.00
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