We are pleased to present this productive agriculture tract that is located in a prime development area of Washington County. The combination of Bermuda and fescue based pastures and Coon Creek create an ideal property both for productive grazing and recreation. The property has been meticulously cared for through the years and is considered to be in at or above excellent condition. Additionally, there are multiple water taps in place and excellent home locations throughout the property.
LOCATION: The property is located ½ mi east of downtown Dewey via paved Durham Ave. Bartlesville is located 2.5 miles south via State Hwy 75. The property can also be accessed from the corner of Madison Blvd and Minnesota St from the private section line easement.
ACREAGE: The 240 acres, more or less, sells as surface only. There is one pump-jack on the ranch and is very well maintained.
SOILS/ GRAZING INFORMATION: The approximately 195 acres of Bermuda based pasture contains fescue, lespedeza and clovers. The introduced grass is on once cultivated fields and can be intensively managed for additional clover, crabgrass and annual ryegrass production.
The limestone soils are predominately Dennis, Mason and Verdigris silt loams. These productive soils enable the property to support approximately 50 cow/calf pairs on a year round basis with limited fertilization. The property is currently being utilized as a stocker operation.
RECREATION/HUNTING INFORMATION: The Coon Creek watershed is well known for deer and turkey hunting, as well as, the other game and non-game species found in the area. The management of the introduced pastures with clovers and winter annuals will enhance both livestock and wildlife diversity. Additionally, the concrete low water crossing backs up water into deep pools on the east half of the creek providing excellent fishing and waterfowl habitat.
WATER: As previously mentioned, Coon Creek flows through the property running east to west and flows into the Caney River just a few miles away. The creek provides quality water throughout the year. Additionally, rural water taps are in place on both the north and south portions of the property allowing for additional installation of water tanks throughout the property for high intensity grazing. A portion of the property surrounding Coon Creek is located in the flood plain.
FENCES AND CORRALS: The steel corrals are located in the northeast corner of the property and provides room for hay storage and semi-truck access to the loadout. There are multiple 8- wire traps, 20K certified scales, electricity and rural water at the pens.
Perimeter fences along Durham Ave are 6-wire construction with steel gates. All interior cross fencing and remaining perimeter fencing are 5-wire.
2018 TAXES: $497