This southern Muskogee County farm/ranch offers a balance of irrigated farm land, introduced grass bottoms and mosaic mix of upland areas creating excellent wildlife habitat. Character is a large ingredient for any property and is reflected in the rolling hills, fertile Canadian River bottom soils, tillable ground and forage production. The ranch is accented by the headquarters area, working facilities and homes with a fantastic view of the Canadian River.
The ranch is approximately 20 minutes from Warner, 45 minutes from Muskogee and 1.5 hrs to Tulsa.
ACREAGE: 3400 acres +/- Transferring 25% of all owned minerals.
The property includes approximately 1700 acres of Canadian River bottom land. The 6 pivots are capable of irrigating 990 acres of tillable land, as well as, improved forages. The 225 hp pump produces 2700 gal/min enabling the system to easily run 2 pivots at one time. Midland 99, Wrangler, K-31 fescue, arrow leaf/ ladino clovers and multiple ryegrasses have all been planted in the 500 acres of irrigated grass. The soils are composed of primarily fine sandy and fine silty loam soils located in the river bottom area providing up to 8 AUM’s/ acre. The ranch is fenced into approximately 20 traps and pastures.
There are approximately 700 acres currently in crop production rotating between soybeans, wheat and corn. Recent average yields have been 50 bu soybeans, 50 bu graze-out wheat and 175-200 bu corn.
The balance of the ranch includes of mosaic mix of upland Bermuda based pastures and mature hardwood timber. Not only do the soils and improved forages provide excellent grazing, but excellent wildlife habitat as well.
WILDLIFE AND RECREATION:
This area is known for the varied wildlife that enjoy the upland timber and river bottom areas. The many ponds, 5 acre lake and 3 miles of Canadian River Frontage provide bass, crappie and catfish for the fisherman and create an inviting area for the water fowl. The property is currently generating $30,000 of income from hunting. The rolling hills with beautiful vistas from the high ridges of 930 feet or more look over the bottomland areas of approximately 470 feet.
Oklahoma land taxes are relatively lower than several surrounding states and the taxes for the ranch including the homestead are approximately $4,000 per year.
The Accelerated Federal Depreciation that has been available in Oklahoma since 1994 has been extended in the recent Congressional extension. The ranch is in an area that is believed to qualify for approximately a 40% shorter recovery period for most non-residential depreciable property.
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