Location: This property is situated approximately 1 mile south of Hawley and 5 miles north of Abilene, and 180 miles West of Fort Worth.
Acreage: 704±Acres – The property is native mesquite pasture with approximately 250 acres in cultivation.
Improvements: There are three sets of cattle pens and a couple of sheds on the property. Water is piped from a well to the pens and other areas of the ranch for livestock watering.
Water: There is 1.25± miles of frontage on the Clear Fork of the Brazos. Additionally, rural coop water is available along with three water wells.
The property also includes 345 acres of irrigation rights from the Clear Fork. This is extremely rare, and it is my understanding that the rights can be sold down-river if desired.
Fences: The majority of the fences are six strand barbed wire on metal posts. All fences appear to be in very good to excellent condition.
Soil Type: The main soil types for this property are Spur Loam, and Sagerton Clay Loam. Both soil types are very suitable to growing crops and forage as well as supporting area wildlife. For more information on the soils, please CLICK HERE.
Topography: The topography is level to undulating. There are some very nice views from the south side of the ranch.
Rainfall & Elevation: The average annual rainfall for Jones County is 22″. Elevation ranges from 1800, to 2400’ and the average growing season is 222 days.
Hunting: Jones County has a very good population of whitetail deer, turkey. Quail and feral hogs. Also, with the Clear Fork running across the property fishing should be excellent.
Utilities: Coop water and electricity are available to the property.
Minerals: Minerals are negotiable.