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Fisher Canyon Lakes
Caddo, Oklahoma
480.00 acres
Fisher Canyon Lakes is a property that rarely makes it to the open market. Most of the time this type of property is handed down through generations, or bought before listing do to the demand of what this land has to offer. Fisher Canyon Lakes offers all seasons recreational use with two stocked lakes for incredible fishing, and great hunting with an abundance of deer and turkey. Access on a dead end road, this place is what you dream of when looking for that perfect get away, to come and relax and enjoy the outdoors. The property offers excellent fencing and cross fencing for cattle or horses. There are 130 acres of farm ground, with roughly half of that under pivot irrigation, that could provide income and the opportunity to raise your own hay. Several beautiful building spots along the two lakes, that total over 1 mile in length. If improvements are desired, there is an opportunity to have that included with the property. Located a couple miles from the town of Hinton, and a cup of coffee drive to Oklahoma City, which is 50 miles east on I-40. Contact Great Plains Land Company to set up a private tour of the Fisher Canyon Lakes, and see all the property has to offer!

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Choctaw County, OK Cattle Ranch & Farm with Home For Sale
Choctaw, Oklahoma
820.00 acres

This beautiful 820-acre ranch is located in Choctaw County, just south of Hugo in Southeast Oklahoma. Just minutes from Hugo Lake and all the in-town amenities that Hugo offers. It is just 20 minutes from Paris TX. The location of this ranch is perfect because of the location of Feed mills, Equipment dealers, Schools and Hospitals to make operating this ranch with ease and a great quality of life for the family.

Water & Grass Features:

This ranch is cross fenced into different pastures with fresh water in nearly every pasture. There are 2 lane systems that feed to the corrals for easy handling of livestock. This ranch has a live creek that flows through it year around with numerous ponds also. There are 2 newer corrals located on this ranch to make working and doctoring livestock with ease. The class 1 soils producing tons of forage with proper management. This ranch consists of Bermuda grass, bahaia grass and some native grasses. The current management also over seeds with ryegrass every year. This ranch has all the infrastructure you could ever ask for which makes operating this ranch so efficiently. For the hunter, this ranch is home to large whitetail deer, Eastern turkey, bobcat and numerous small species of wildlife.

Ranch Facilities:

The ranch also has a barn that covers the tub and working chute that is on 20,000 lb scales. Beside the chute is an insulated vet room with air to keep it climate controlled and a tack room included.

This ranch also has a new commodity barn and a new equipment shed to keep all your equipment out of the weather. It also has a new overhead grain bin to help accommodate your feed needs.

Housing Features:

This ranch has a beautiful home on it consisting of 3750 sq ft of open floor plan. This house has 3 bedrooms 3bath with an office and a setting room. It also has an attached 2 car garage with a basement in the garage. The home is updated with granite countertops and new appliances and many more amenities. This home has a beautiful back porch that overlooks a beautiful fruit orchard and most of the ranch.

Additional newer Sadder White Log home with shop and 80 acres can be additionally purchased with ranch. This property is contiguous with the 820 acres

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Listing ID: 42233-13083

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1799 +/- Acres Wildlife Oasis and Ranch Land in Osage County, Oklahoma
Osage, Oklahoma
1,799.00 acres
Multiple terrain changes make a small property feel big. With that being said one can imagine how deep ravines and large ridges make this 1,799 acres feel like it never ends. An interior trail system allows navigation through the ranch. Atv's and Utv's can make their way through any trail on the ranch as well as miles of rock outcroppings, steep wooded ridges, creek crossings, and more! A 4 wheel drive pickup or jeep can make it through all of the trails and many of them are neatly mowed and trim to allow a nice truck to move around the ranch without putting a scratch on it.

This ranch is a part of a vast system of ranches stretching West across Northern Osage County Oklahoma. The location of this ranch offers a unique combination of convenience and solitude that is very uncommon. It is situated 5 miles West of Highway 99. From the intersection of Highway 99 and Elgin road it is approximately 25 minutes to either Sedan, Kansas or Pawhuska, Oklahoma. Elgin road is a paved road that leads from Highway 99 through Boulanger and into Elgin. Before reaching Elgin there is a South turn on Road 4901. The ranch starts on the West side of the road in less than 1/4 of a mile. There is approximately 1 1/2 miles of gravel that turns into nearly 3/4 of a mile paved road frontage.

Along this frontage there is fair to good fencing the entire way with 5 different entry points. Starting at the North end the gate leads to a fenced area that is currently used for hay and equipment storage. Moving through that area leads into a meadow with a creek running through it. The creek is lined with mature pecan trees and cedars. This meadow is priced by wildlife and livestock. This is the first place strutting turkeys are seen every spring. A flock of 15-25 turkeys with multiple long beards hang out in this part of the ranch. The turkeys like to pick through the remnants of the cattle feed and the short grass makes them feel safe. The turkeys are not the only animal that hits this area for a free meal. It is a productive place to hunt hogs.

Moving South and climbing the hill leads to the second access point. From here there is a trail that leads through a narrow gap in the oak trees and opens up into a very scenic view of a deep ravine. This trail stays on top of the ridges and allows access from the Northeast to the Southwest extremities of the Ranch. Exiting this gate and moving further South leads to the last three entry points on the East side. At the base of the hill there is a wire gate that is used frequently for entering to feed the cattle. The next gated entry is an old homestead. The foundation and old barn are still there. Electricity runs along the road and has been connected in the recent past for Rv/Camper hook ups. The water source would be a well and there is not currently one in place. This entry will allow access to trails the lead South to the property line, North into the Ridges, and West through a stair stepping climb to top of the ranch. The last entry is a seldom used wire gate that would prove to be most useful for an easy way to sneak into a tree stand by the pond in the Southeast corner.

An additional point of entry is located on the Southwest corner of the Ranch by way of an Easement. Once the easement has been entered civilization has officially been left behind. It is a steady but gradual climb for of a mile before entering the Ranch. The easement road cuts the corner of this parcel and is only on the property for approximately 1000 feet before exiting. It is used by the neighboring land owners to access their property and is the only road for miles in any direction. It is very lightly traveled. Once on the Ranch there is an interior trail system that allows for easy navigation. The main trail meanders East North East before making a Y. From this ridge there are multiple ridges pointed to the North and the South. Trails along the top of the ridges allow access to different hunting locations to accommodate multiple hunters and weather conditions. One can stay headed Northeast on top of the ridge and end up on road 4901 or head South East down the ridge, through the timber, past the small pond in the woods, and eventually end up back at the homestead.

Sometime ago there was an aerial spray that has left a diversity of tree and plant growth across the top of the main ridge. Tall native grasses mixed with cedar trees and young oaks make for excellent bedding and feeding habitat for deer. These areas of the ranch are where quail are most often spotted. Deep in the ridges there are not only post oaks, but also large red oaks. There is an abundance of natural browse for wildlife. Considering the vastness of the Ranch it is of no surprise that there are multiple home ranges for different groups of wildlife. Bucks spotted on the Western side of the Ranch may never be seen on the Eastern side. The heavy woods and difficult terrain offer a bit of security that would be hard to ever take away.

Loam soils surrounding the homestead may not total enough acreage to interest a modern row crop farmer, however they do offer excellent opportunities. The fields have the potential to be cleaned up and put into hay production. Their value to the outdoorsman as a food source can not be overlooked. Large food plots can be planted here and in multiple spots allowing for a rotation of plant varieties year after year. These plots can range from 1 to 20 acres and support any food plot planting used by hunters across the Midwest.

Much of the Ranch is fenced and in great condition. Along the paved road frontage the fence is usable, but in need of repairs. There is also a stretch along the Southwest and Northeast side that needs to be installed. There are miles of interior cross fencing in place. Rugged tough terrain has already been handled with several of the fences. The separated pastures can be used to rotational graze a cow calf herd or effectively move yearlings throughout the Ranch on a summer lease program. Many ponds and creeks are located across this property providing reliable water sources for the different parcels.

The hunting capabilities can be used to supplement a cattle operation or the grazing opportunities can be used to supplement a hunting operation or personal oasis. To schedule a private tour to discuss what this Ranch can do for you please call or email Matt Wonser.
Email: [Email listed above]
Cell: 620-330-7282
Office: 620-325-4046

-1799 continuous acres with a variety of habitat and terrain changes.

-Excellent population of turkeys with multiple roost sides across the ranch.

-Whitetail deer hunting has the potential to be world class. The genetics and density are here to work with. An aggressive feeding program will have this property producing world class deer.

-Quail are spotted from time to time as well as other small game including squirrels and rabbits.

-Ducks are frequently scared from the ponds on trail rides through the ranch. Some ponds are smaller and surrounded by timber. These holes will put the ducks up close and personal when they drop in over the trees.

-Multiple scenic sunset and sunrise points that would make extraordinary build sites. Minimal gravel to travel and very private.

-Capable of handling a cow/calf operation or summer grazing program. Great fences in places, miles of cross fencing, and rotational grazing opportunities.

-Many trails to take advantage of and many more can be built. Trail rides can last all day as it is.

Osage County Interesting Facts:
-In 1872 the Osage Indians peacefully moved into Osage County, Oklahoma.

-Pawhuska is home to The Pioneer Woman. She has cook books, blogs, and featured on The Food Network.

-Boulanger was in the 2013 film August: Osage County filmed in the 3 story white house seen from Elgin road on the way to the Ranch.

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Hopkins Chicken Farm
McCurtain, Oklahoma
230.00 acres
230 acre income producing chicken farm with financials to prove, available upon verification. Cattle operation has improved pasture for diversified investment.

215 acres in cattle pasture currently planted in Rye and Bermuda grasses

15 acres in chicken houses and home


2000 sq. ft. 3/2 home

2 42x500 breeder houses built in 2017 (currently have first set of birds in them)

3 40x500 breeder houses built in 2004

Full list of equipment in houses available upon request

Pipe working corrals

2 40x90 barns

30 ton overhead feed bin for cattle

2 100kw generators

Cross fenced for rotational grazing

County road frontage on East and North property boundaries

When buying investment property the buyers agent, if applicable, must be identified on first contact and must be present at initial showing of the property listing to the prospective real estate investor in order to participate in real estate commission. If this condition is not met, fee participation will be at sole discretion of Century 21 Harvey Properties.

Disclaimer: All information provided herein was acquired from sources deemed reliable and is believed to be accurate. However, we do not warrant its accuracy or completeness and recommend that every item of interest be independently verified by Purchaser.

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Ft. Towson Ranch
Choctaw, Oklahoma
1,110.00 acres
1110 Acre ranch located near Fort Towson Oklahoma. Land is situated south of 70 on CR N 4390, 20 miles East of Hugo and 25 miles and West of Idabel. Ranch has diversified landscape, from rolling pasture to wooded areas that boast tremendous wildlife. Property is currently owner operated and grazes 125 head of cattle and is used for turkey, deer, hog and duck hunting. True combination property.

-1110 Acres
-Located on County Road N4390 South of 70 approximately .7 mile, Choctaw County Oklahoma
-Owner Operated

- Fenced and cross fenced, currently grazing 125 cow/calf pairs
- Multiple ponds for stock water, many have been cleaned out and repaired recently
- 1050 square foot cabin
- Pipe corrals
- Various ranch roads
- (2) water wells, residential capacity

- Area is very well known for large whitetail deer, turkey, dove, duck and hog.
- Owner currently hunts the property and has harvested some really nice deer from the property. Owner has also had a feeding program in place for over two years.

When buying investment property the buyers agent, if applicable, must be identified on first contact and must be present at initial showing of the property listing to the prospective real estate investor in order to participate in real estate commission. If this condition is not met, fee participation will be at sole discretion of Century 21 Harvey Properties.

Disclaimer: All information provided herein was acquired from sources deemed reliable and is believed to be accurate. However, we do not warrant its accuracy or completeness and recommend that every item of interest be independently verified by Purchaser.

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Horse & Cattle Ranch For Sale in Bryan County, OK
Bryan, Oklahoma
940.00 acres
Country Equine & Cattle Ranch For Sale in Bennington Oklahoma


This beautiful 940 acre ranch is secluded north of Bennington in Southeast Oklahoma. The ranch is divided by a good county road that makes it convenient in rotating cattle. The ranch consists of Bermuda grass with some native grass pastures. The ranch is cross-fenced into different pastures for a great rotational grazing program to maximize forage.

Water Features

There is an abundance of water on the ranch having 12 ponds with 2 of those consisting of 5-7 acre lakes that are spring-fed with good, clear water. This ranch has sandy loam soil on the south 480 acres which is great for growing grass. This ranch also consists of great hunting and fishing. The lakes and ponds are stocked with Largemouth bass. For the hunter, this ranch is home to large whitetail deer, Eastern turkey, bobcat and numerous small species of wildlife.

Ranch Amenities

There is traps and a set of corrals for working your livestock. The ranch has a heavy built 60x100x14 corrugated metal equipment shed. It also comes with a 40x70 horse barn with shed, 3 stalls and a tack/feed room. It also comes with 60x60 galvanized barn, 20x30 shop, 10x20 storage shed and a 40x100 Quonset barn.

Housing Features

The home on this property is a 4 bdrm, 2 bath brick home with a large living room with fireplace. There is also a 24x60 mobile home on the north side of the property that has a tenant and is additional income for this ranch. If you're in the market for a nice, tranquil ranch with beautiful views in Southeast Oklahoma, give me a call.

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Listing ID: 42233-12967
Valley Creek Ranch
Osage, Oklahoma
475.00 acres
Valley Creek Ranch Consist of 475 Acres of rolling hills and stunning views. Enjoy your evenings sitting on the back porch that over hangs the gentle flowing creek or take a canoe ride 1 mile deep with beautiful mature trees along the banks. The ranch has everything you could want out of a recreational/working cattle ranch from a 1,000 yard shooting range, Cattle Lot, amazing Hunting (Deer, Quail, Duck and Turkey), beautiful trail riding, canoeing, back porch fishing and plenty more activities to accommodate guest or family.

(2100 sqft house) 3 Bed 2 bath with 200+ ft of Full wrap around porch/patio.
(40x50) detached garage with breezeway.
(40x140) Shop with full living quarter/quest house.
(50x60)horse barn connecting Cattle lot and pins.
2 Large Live Creeks.
4 miles to Kaw Lake. (17,000 Acre)
30 minutes to Ponca City.
1hr 30 minutes to Tulsa.
1hr 15 minutes to Stillwater.
1hr 45 minutes to Wichita
2 hrs to Oklahoma City
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Kendale Fields 405-584-3916
Stunning Eufaula Lake Ranch and Lodge
McIntosh, Oklahoma
705.00 acres
Stunning Eufaula Lake Ranch and Lodge. This is one of the most scenic ranches to ever hit the market and we promise it won’t last long! There is approx. 250 acres in pasture with the balance of 455 in wooded, rolling hills located in a secluded valley next to Eufaula Lake. There are two lakes along with multiple smaller ponds and creeks. The main lake is 7 acres and is fenced off from the cattle, so it stays very clear. A stunning 5,000 Sq/Ft, 6bed/4bath lodge sits in the back of the property complete with outdoor kitchen and firepit. The lodge has a rustic but still very modern feel. It is perfect for entertaining with a large gourmet kitchen, huge living space complete with a bar, and plenty of area for gaming fun!  Electricity and water (from a good well) along with a graveled road run all the way back to this secluded hide-away. A previous owner has run up to 100 head of cattle and baled over 200 round bales. So, not only is this a great property for ROI but the hunting is fantastic. A trail system runs along the entire lake front offering great access and stunning views. The hunting in this area is second to none with large landowners on both sides.  Call me today and let me show you around this hidden jewel.    
Prime Time Hunting Property With Custom Built Lodge In Big Buck Country
Hughes, Oklahoma
800.00 acres
Price Reduced! Outstanding hunting property with a custom lodge located in big buck country, just 20 minutes south of Henryetta, Oklahoma. There is approximately 160 acres of improved and native mixed grasses that offer excellent hay production and could be planted to offer excellent deer plots for the hunting seasons. The ranch has a large number of excellent hardwoods, if harvested they would provide income to fence the property if the new owner wanted to convert the ranch back into a cattle operation. There is only approximately ½ mile of fence that would need to be put in to complete the perimeter fencing.

This is an amazing property that has been well managed for the last decade to increase the deer population and cull unwanted genetics. The diverse terrain offers excellent hunting areas that are set up with ground blinds, permanent box blinds, and feeders that will remain with the ranch. A vast number of turkeys roam across the property, and a small herd of elk tends to visit the feeders often. Middle Creek runs through the property and offers a plentiful supply of water year-round. There are plans already drawn up to add a 3-4 acre pond and a 15-acre pond. The owners have cut good ATV trails across the ranch so all the hunting blinds have easy access.

The custom 2,496 square foot log lodge with wrap around porch sits on the north 40 acres of the property. The custom-built log lodge has 2 bedrooms and 2.5 bathrooms with the ½ bath being wheelchair accessible. There is also a wheelchair ramp that leads up to the wrap-around porch. The lodge offers tons of custom upgrades and could easily be converted into a 4 bedroom home. There is covered parking attached to the house and an insulated 20 x 25 utility room that could easily be converted into a bunkhouse or mother-in-law suite. There is a 30 x 40 concrete floor shop with a 15' lean-to off one side.

The horse barn is 36 x 48' with a 16' lean-to. The horse barn has 4 stalls that are 12 x 12, a large tack room that measures 12 x 24, and extra upstairs storage. This property is ready to move in and make lots of hunting memories and stories. Make your appointment with Will Bellis today!
Cimarron River Ranch In Northwest Oklahoma
Woodward, Oklahoma
3,110.00 acres
Attention Ranchers; Cimarron River Ranch for Sale with great grass and water. Here’s a unique opportunity to own a scenic ranch overlooking the Cimarron River and the Cimarron Salt-Flats in Northwest OK. The views are awe-inspiring, absolutely second to none, thanks to the 100’-150’ towering Caprock bluffs overlooking a mile-wide river drainage and vast river valley. This ranch has received some drastic improvements over the last several months. Including, installation of solar-wells, water lines trenched to various new water tanks, and miles of brand-new interior fencing. The ranch has excellent perimeter fence as well, including 5.25 miles of new exterior fencing. The middle portion of the ranch has a set of pens that is shared with the neighbor. It’s cross-fenced into four pastures for cattle rotation and has great gyp roads accessing the various areas. Deer and Quail hunting is excellent, and like most Cimarron River country, the whitetail genetics are exceptional. Great ranch, catering to Ranchers, Hunters, and Investors alike. Don’t hesitate to call or email with any questions and to schedule your showing today!