The Blackland Prairies are a temperate grassland ecoregion named after its rich, dark soil. The main belt consists of oaklands and savannas and runs from just south of the Dallas–Fort Worth metropolitan area and encompasses the Waco area. Blackland Prairie soils once supported a tallgrass prairie dominated by tall-growing grasses such as big bluestem, little bluestem, indiangrass, and switchgrass. Because of the fertile soils, much of the original prairie has been plowed to produce food and forage crops.
Counties in the Blackland Prairie Region: Bosque, Hill, Mclennan , Limestone, Navarro, Freestone, Falls, Milam, Robertson, Leon, Madison
The Cook Ranch is a harmonious dual-purpose ranch for the sportsman and rancher. It has interesting topography, wooded habitat, and clear water in Meridian Creek, and is coupled with improved pastures, well-organized cattle facilities and two ranch homes. This appealing ranch sits in a desirable location near Cranfills Gap and is clean, well-maintained, and very … READ MORE
The Knox Lake Ranch is a 280 Acre, diverse hunting and fishing ranch located in Southern Limestone County. The ranch boasts a 26-acre lake with trophy Florida bass, a 10-acre duck unit loaded with ducks in the fall and introduced South Texas Whitetail which are now in the 170s & 180s. The ranch is located … READ MORE
Great hunting property in Limestone County. Great access off of county road. Some new drainage and perimeter clearing has been done. A new fence is being built on the south side of the property. Good hunting and great place to build a home. Nice creek and good pasture in the front of property. Lots of … READ MORE
Pin Oak Creek ranch is 50% wooded with a majority of the dense woods along Pin Oak Creek. There is a slight roll in the topography with a small hill near the northern boundary of the property. This property is accessed off of Edwards road, The 30-foot wide access easement is roughly 3300 ft. from … READ MORE