Poppy Loam North

4MMJ+VV Aspermont, TX, USA


Poppy Loam North 332 is an exceptional place with rolling topography and a good mix of brush species creating the perfect spot for cattle, recreation, or a combination of both. Several high spots provide miles-long vistas and would make an ideal building location. Beauty and wildlife abound on this very productive ranch in western Stonewall County. This one is priced to sell, so please call today to schedule your private showing.

Location: Poppy Loam North 332 is located approximately 5 miles west of Aspermont in Stonewall County on the south side of FM 2211. Drive time from Fort Worth is approximately 3.5 hours. Lubbock is right at 2 hours.

Acreage: The ranch consists of 332± acres in native and improved pasture. Approximately 60% of the property was once cultivated and has terraces that help to hold rainwater so that the grass gets the most benefit.

Topography: The ranch has rolling topography and approximately 80 feet of elevation change across it, providing some stunning long views! It won’t be hard to pick out a building site on this one!

Rainfall/Elevation: The average annual rainfall for Stonewall County is 23.8 inches, according to the Texas Almanac online.

Cover: Cover ranges from moderate in the old CRP areas to heavy along the drainages across the ranch. There is a good mix of mesquite, Hackberry, Chinaberry, and plums which provides both cover and nutrition to wildlife.

Fences: Fences are in excellent to good condition and are currently holding a few head of longhorn cattle.

Utilities: Electricity is supplied by South Plains Electricity, and there is a meter located near the pens on the eastern part of the property.

Water: Water is supplied by a windmill in the southwest corner of the property. The well is piped to 2 cement troughs. There is one stock tank that is holding a little bit of water, but but the tank needs to be cleaned out to hold like it should. Co-op water is across FM 2211 and it is my understanding that you can get a meter. The buyer or buyer’s agent is responsible for checking the final availability of rural water.

Hunting: Hunting in this area of Stonewall County is very good! Wildlife includes whitetail deer, Bobwhite quail, Rio Grande turkeys, feral hogs, and plenty of varmint species to keep you occupied. Also, this part of the county seems to have an abundance of horned toads, which are always fun to see

Minerals: Seller is believed to own a small portion of the minerals. Owned minerals will convey with an acceptable contract.

Price: The property is priced at $2,350 per acre for a total price of $756,700.00.


The information contained herein is believed to be true and correct. However, Ekdahl Nelson Real Estate does not give any warranty for its accuracy. It is the buyer or buyer’s agent responsibility to verify all information. Please be advised that Ekdahl Nelson Real Estate represents the seller in this transaction.

Buyer’s agent must be identified on first contact & must accompany buying prospect on all showings to be allowed full participation. If this condition is not met, fee participation will be at the sole discretion of Ekdahl Nelson Real Estate. No trespassing. Seller’s agent must be present for showings.


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