This approximately 3,547 +/- acre property is a well located Oklahoma ranch for sale that has excellent highway accessibility and visibility. The rolling topography, well constructed fences and productive soils help present this ranch in a manner that draws the admiration of ranchers and stockmen and provides a positive feeling for the many non-agriculturists that pass the property daily on Highway 16, 62 and 64.
3,547 +/- acres of the ranch are contiguous, separated only by Highway and County Roads. 246 +/- acres are located a short distance southwest of the main acreage and has been removed from the listing at this time.
The owner’s mineral interest will transfer. It is believed that the mineral interest includes most of the property but there is no warranty of acreage.
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Scheduled airlines are easily accessible from the Tulsa airport and private facilities are available
even closer at Muskogee. Interstate 40 is a short distance south of the ranch and four lane highway’s
69 and 75 are located east and west of the ranch a short distance.
The ranch is in a 40” annual precipitation area and is well watered with stock ponds, creeks and
stock tanks. The homes are serviced by rural water districts and utilities are available through
out the ranch.
The forage base is primarily Bermuda, Fescue, annual ryegrass and legumes. Many of the pastures are located on former corn or row crop land that has been expanded through land clearing and stabilization with Bermuda grass.
The McWilliams have had more than 1,000 animal units on the ranch but it is felt that currently 800 animal units year round would be a realistic estimate of the carrying capacity. This will be tempered by the management intensity and desires of the operator and would be a decision the new owner should take after his own discovery.
The ranch is located next to an Oklahoma State University research station that is currently running a small cow herd using 2.5 acres/cow/calf unit with no purchased feed. The stockpiled forage and surplus forage, cut as hay, provide all the protein needs through the winter.Back to Listings