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Rolling Plains Ranches

Texas Rolling Plains region

Several Texas rivers begin in the gently rolling hills and broad flats of the Rolling Plains. These rivers and their numerous tributaries are responsible for the rolling character of the land. The rivers have cut canyons that shelter some plants and animals typical of the Rocky Mountains. This is a gently rolling region containing rangelands broken with streams and rivers running from west to east. Approximately one-third of the Rolling Plains Ecological Region of Northcentral Texas is used for intensive agriculture with a variety of different crops such as wheat, cotton, and milo. The remaining two-thirds of the region is rangeland devoted to cattle ranching.

Counties in the Rolling Plains Region: Glassock, Sterling, Coke, Runnels , Coleman , Brown, Mills, Hamilton, Comanche , Erath , Eastland, Callahan, Taylor , Nolan, Mitchell, Howard, Borden, Scurry , Fisher, Jones, Shackelford , Stephens, Young, Throckmorton, Haskell, Stonewell, Kent, Archer, Baylor, Knox, King, Dickens, Wichita, Wilbarger, Foard, Cottle, Motley , Hardeman, Childress, Hall , Collingsworth

D Bar Ranch

7,656+/- Acres
Coke County, Blackwell, TX  -  $9,570,000

OVERVIEW The historic D Bar Ranch is a magnificent 7,656 +/-  acre property in northern Coke County, Texas that has been owned by the same family since the 1950’s. The ranch is located within a unique, transitional area that combines aspects of the central Texas hill country, south Texas brush country, and vistas more typical of the west Texas high plains. The Property consists of rugged hills and mesas, thick draws and open … READ MORE

River Bluff Ranch

854 Acres
Clay County, Petrolia, TX  -  $3,843,000


Wilbarger County, Vernon, TX  -  $3,500,000

Details will be posted soon. The subject property consists of two locations. The main location in Vernon, Texas, and another location in Harrold, Texas. The Vernon location, consists of one concrete upright 14 bin cluster with 550,000 bushel storage capacity, one concrete upright 6 bin cluster with 150,000 bushel storage capacity, office, truck scales, grain … READ MORE

Young County, Graford, TX  -  $1,325,000

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Byers Farm

475 Acres
Clay County, Byers, TX  -  $1,068,750

This productive farm in Byers is at the southeast corner of Hwy 79 and FM 171.  It is approximately 80% cultivated, and mostly level ground.  It has a great location and paved road access. The farm has two ponds and a dry creek bed that crosses the western side.  Soils are mostly loam, with Stoneburg-Bluegrove … READ MORE

Double M Ranch

556 Acres
Stonewall County, Aspermont, TX  -  $736,700

The Double M Ranch is the ideal hunting ranch located in the southern Panhandle region of Texas. The terrain consists of deep mesquite lined draws and good native grassland providing great habitat for whitetail and game bird species alike. Double M Ranch also offers a great spot for a potential homesite or hunters cabin. The … READ MORE

The Pecan Tract

216 Acres
Clay County, Byers, TX  -  $540,000

The Pecan Tract is a unique offering and recreational property.  It has approximately 4,000 paper shell pecan trees and a watering system in place, and with gentle rolling topography and a nice stretch of land that rolls down toward the river basin, it is also an excellent hunting ranch with light brush country and a … READ MORE

Red Draw Ranch

166 Acres
Stonewall County, Aspermont, TX  -  $257,300

The Red Draw Ranch is the ideal hunting ranch located in the southern Panhandle region of Texas. The terrain is beautifully diverse consisting of deep mesquite lined draws and good native grasses providing great habitat for whitetail and game bird species alike. Red Draw Ranch also offers a few great spots for a potential homesite … READ MORE