The Red River Valley Farm Portfolio is a unique opportunity to acquire a large, high quality farmland portfolio at a scale rarely seen. The portfolio’s 13,982 acres are concentrated along the Red River in Northeast Texas and Southeast Oklahoma. This region’s local livestock and poultry markets have strong grain demand which helps to support a positive basis over the CBOT. Excellent water resources have already been developed to irrigate over 4,000 acres of the farm and the potential is there to increase this number significantly. The farm portfolio is also being offered in smaller packages with more details given below.
This large farm consists of four main tracts along the Highway 259 corridor, consisting of a combination of
River Valley, Knosby, Lancaster, and Columbus farms.
This large farm’s soil base is fairly diverse. Some of the more common soils include:
-Coushatta silty clay loam
-Severn very fine sandy loam
-Gallion very fine sandy loam
The tracts that make up this farm package are located along Highway 259 just south of Idabel in McCurtain
County, Oklahoma. The southernmost tract is located in Red River and Bowie Counties, Texas–just off the
Red River. Average annual precipitation is 52 inches.
Three Sides Farm is a historic, large and highly productive farm located along nearly five miles of the Red
River in Northeast Texas. This top-end farm has the potential for exceptional yields with the right grower!
Three Sides Farm is located in one contiguous tract and has large field sizes, which helps maximize farm
efficiency. The farm’s abundant wildlife is an added bonus for the sportsman or those looking to benefit
from hunting lease income. Additionally, Three Sides has the potential to carry a cattle herd which further
diversifies the income stream on this capable farming operation.
Nearly all of the cultivated ground on this farm is Severn very fine sandy loam. This is a Class 1 soil.
This farm is located in Bowie County, Texas about 15 minutes northeast of De Kalb, Texas. Three Sides
Farm partially extends into McCurtain County, Oklahoma and Little River County, Arkansas. Average
annual precipitation is 54 inches.
Kautz Farm has had a history of exceptional yields thanks to its fertile Class 1 soil and high percentage of irrigation. This farm is a grower’s favorite thanks to its consistency, yield potential and well drained soil that allows for earlier planting.
The well-drained soil, capable irrigation, and proximity to Paris and DFW would make this a good sod farm candidate as well. Abundant wildlife allows for excellent hunting in the fall or additional income from year-round hunting leases on the farm. The majority of the tillable ground on the farm is Caspiana silt loam soil, which is a Class 1 soil. The Kautz Farm is located in Lamar County about twenty minutes north of Paris, Texas. Average annual precipitation is 47 inches.
This farm is comprised of three tracts all located within just a few minutes of each other.
Billyhaw clay is the predominant soil on the farm. This soil type is rated as Class 2w. This farm is located in Little River County, Arkansas about 15 minutes south of Foreman, Arkansas and 15 minutes north of New Boston, Texas. Average annual precipitation is 54 inches.
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