5A Ranch

Description:    This combination grazing/recreation property is truly an end of the road ranch and is possibly on of the most remote ranches in Osage County.  The ranch contains a mosaic mix of Tallgrass Prairie, Cross Timbers vegetation and about 100 acres of bottom land.  Much of the bottom that was previously cultivated, and even irrigated, now has an introduced forage base. There is almost 250 ft of elevation change as the terrain varies from 800 ft. to 1040 ft.  The limestone and sandstone soils support the grasses, legumes, a varied mix of upland and bottomland timber and woody species.  The nearly 1 and ¾ miles of Pond Creek truly enhance the unique qualities of the ranch.  The adjoining large ranches, Western Wall Primitive Hunting Unit and the location northeast of the Tallgrass Prairie Preserve serve to protect the integrity of the property and contribute to the wildlife diversity and quality.

 Acreage:          The 1392 acres, more or less, are located in Osage County and sell as surface only.


  • 6 mi from historic Elgin, KS
  • 13 miles from Sedan, KS
  • 105 miles from Wichita, KS
  • 26 miles from Pawhuska, OK
  • 35 miles from Bartlesville, OK
  • 80 miles from Tulsa, OK

Improvements:           The ranch has had approximately 2.5 miles of new fence built within the last 3 years. Additionally, 2 new ponds were constructed and 5 were rebuilt and cleaned out to provide ample livestock water and allow for rotational grazing throughout the ranch. There is a small functional set of steel pens with load-out. The roads and creek crossing have been improved to allow for semi access to the pens.

Soils/Topography/Forage:             The Tallgrass Prairie forages are evident on the limestone soils of the prairie, sandstone base of the Cross Timbers and the bottom land soils of Pond Creek and it’s tributaries.

The prairie grasses are represented by Big bluestem, Indian grass, Switchgrass and Little bluestem to name just a few of the major Tallgrass species.  Prairie Acacia, Leadplant, Showy partridgepea, Roundhead lespedeza and Slender lespedeza are just a few of the represented legumes. Maximilian and Ashy sunflower, Prairie coneflower, Pitcher sage, and several Gayfeather varieties are representative of the native forbs.

The Cross Timbers contains these same species and is noted for the sandstone based soil. These soils sustain the post oak, blackjack oak and hickory of the upland as well as sand plum, Mexican plum and redbud.

The Pond Creek bottom and its tributaries will sustain red oak, bur oak, chinquapin oak, pecan, black walnut, sycamore and river birch for just a partial list of species represented.

These plants, and many others, are important ingredients of the diverse ecological balance of the Tallgrass Prairie and Cross Timbers ecosystems.  They contribute to the livestock grazing and wildlife habitat of this area of Oklahoma and Southern Kansas.

The native grass pastures are predominately Niotaze and Bigheart soils which are capable of producing 3,000 to 4,000 pounds of forage per year.  The former cultivated land, which is currently in Bermuda based pastures, is predominately Verdigris silt loam, a high production soil that is well suited for introduced winter and summer forages.

Wildlife and Recreation:             The ability to own a remote piece of this unique Osage County ecosystem and to explore areas that are much the same as they were in the 1870s, when the Osage Tribe moved to Osage County from Kansas, is the ultimate recreation for many. The South Fork of Pond Creek and the main channel of Pond Creek come together creating the head of Pond Creek on this ranch. The resulting topography and wildlife habitat within this riparian area is second to none. Mature deer in the 150″ range have commonly been seen, in addition to a large turkey and feral hog population.

Deer, turkey, quail, hogs and other game animals such as squirrel, raccoon, coyote and rabbit are abundant. The varied non-game population will include eagles, prairie chicken, and other woodland and prairie bird species.  Red and Grey fox, bobcats, and even an occasional cougar may be spotted in this habitat.

This northern area of Osage County, near the Kansas border, has consistently produced outstanding deer and turkey hunting. The 5A Ranch has undergone intensive wildlife management the last several years including selective harvesting of mature deer only, improving buck to doe ratios and habitat management.

Water:             It is always beneficial when one of the strongest values of a property is the surface and potential well water.  There is a well that was located at the former home and an additional well in the bottom that was at one time utilized to irrigate the cultivated land.  Osage County has an annual rainfall of approximately 38”.  Statistically, November through February is the driest period of the year.

Pond Creek is spring fed, as are the tributaries, and has traditionally provided much of the stock water for the ranch.  Seven ponds also provide water for the livestock and wildlife.   There are numerous locations for additional water impoundments.

Additional Information:              This property obviously will not appeal to those that demand the convenience of urban living but should interest those that appreciate the freedom and peace that is offered by stepping back from the hectic lifestyle that most live.  These same people will value the remote location and  ecosystem that this property represents.

The recently constructed cross fencing allows for more intensive management of the native and introduced forage base allowing for better utilization of the forage and ease of moving livestock.

Compared to many other states, the advalorem taxes are relatively low.  The current taxes are are approximately $1.25/ acre per annum.


The information in this brochure is from sources deemed reliable, but no warranty or representation is made as to its accuracy by the Seller and its Brokers expressly disclaim any liability for errors, omissions or changes regarding any information provided for this property.

Ballew 50 acre +/- Tract

Property Description:           This acreage is part of the 3160 acres Ballew ranch which is a combination recreation/agriculture ranch west of Bartlesville, in Osage County.  All the tracts have access to County Road 2145 and offer diverse home site locations with a mosaic mix of open prairie and Cross Timbers vegetation.

Acreage:        This 50 +/- acre tract lies north of the 2675 contiguous acres which are the main portion of the ranch.  The tracts are located in Osage County and therefore sell as surface only.

Location:        The property is accessed by turning South from Highway 60, west of Bartlesville, onto County Road 2145 or from Highway 123, south of Bartlesville, turning north on County Road 2145.

Bartlesville-    10 minutes

Tulsa-              1 hour

Improvements: There are no improvements on any of the tracts and the fencing is excellent to poor.

Water:   Rural water is available but will require line and easements to the property.  Electricity is at least within a short distance.

Additional Information:          The varied terrain of the tracts offer horseback riding, hiking, bike and ATV trails. The relatively short distance fromTulsa andBartlesville is a value that should continue to grow in the coming years. An additional distinctiveness to the properties is the location that adjoins, or is near, the Frank Phillip’s Wooloroc Museum and Wildlife Preserve and the 542 acre Wah-Shah-She Girl Scout Camp.

Taxes: Current Advalorem taxes are considerably less than $1.00/acre.

Price:              50 +/- acres priced @ $1500/ac                          (CONTRACTED)

Cain 40 Acres and Home

Description:     This well located home, just east of Pawhuska, offers space and solitude while being minutes from the bustle of town.  The scenic landscape is enhanced by a nice sized pond and presents a quality mix of grazing and timber.  The oak and blackjack timber is predominate with additional upland trees and shrubs such as persimmon, hickory and plum which provide wildlife habitat and additional grazing under the tree cover.

Location:         The Home, at 1272 Okesa Road, is located less than a mile and a half east of the Okesa Road and Highway 99 intersection and 3 miles from the downtown area.

The small town of Pawhuska offers that laid back style of living with easy access to larger metropolitan areas.

Bartlesville is an easy 30 minutes, the Tulsa airport and downtown is just over an hour and Ponca City is 40 minutes.

Pawhuska, with a population of approximately 3,500, is the county seat of Osage County and the largest county in Oklahoma.  The County government and the Osage tribal government offices add to the strength of the ranching and oil and gas industry.   A growing tourism industry has created growth and renovation in the downtown area.

Home:       The approximately 2650 sq. foot home’s exterior is attractive native sandstone and has recently been re-shingled.  A large kitchen and utility room is accessed by hallway from the covered porch.  The comfortable dining room flows into a large living area with a native sandstone fireplace. Large double doors allow access to two more living areas.  The dining and living areas all have finished mzple flooring and paneled walls.

The home is currently configured for 3 bedrooms but offers some options to reconfigure the space.  There is one full bath with two lavatories, a half bath and a shower in the utility room.

The home has a new hot water heater and the air conditioning unit is relatively new.

Shop:       The 30’ x 40’ shop and equipment storage includes an approximately 10’ x 30 room that could be utilized for various activities or even a small business.  The shop has a separate electric meter.

Corrals and fences:    A steel corral system is located just north of the shop and adjoins a small building that appears to have been small milk shed.  Although not currently utilized, it could possibly be converted to a small horse barn.  The fences are more than adequate to contain livestock.

Utilities and water:       The electric power is obtained from PSO and the water to the home and several outside taps, is provided by a private line from the City of Pawhuska.  An older septic system will require some updating.  A fire tap is located just south of the home.

The pond just south of the home provides livestock water besides fishing opportunities.

Pastures and Forage:     A small trap by the home and pens contains mostly Bermuda and fescue while the remaining acreage has the same forage mix, as well as, native grass under Oak and blackjack timber.

Taxes: Advalorem taxes paid for 2015 were $542.

Price: $185,000

The information in this brochure is from sources deemed reliable, but no warranty or representation is made as to its accuracy by the Seller and its Brokers expressly disclaim any liability for errors, omissions or changes regarding any information provided for this property.

Caney River 113 Acres

PROPERTY DESCRIPTION: The acreage is located in the fertile Caney River/ Mission Creek bottoms northwest of Bartlesville, OK. The property is situated on rolling terrain and contains approximately 15% timber on the upland portion of the property. The balance is predominately introduced pasture base with a Bermuda base located along the Caney River. The 2000 square foot home/ 9 stall barn is centrally located on the higher elevation of the property. The property is ideally situated for a horse or small livestock operation.

LOCATION/ ACREAGE: The 113 acre ranch is located west of Copan approximately 6 miles and 13 miles to Bartlesville. Tulsa is approximately 1.5 hrs.
The property is located in the NW/4 of Section 28, Township 28 North, Range 12 East, of Osage County, Oklahoma. The property transfers as surface only.

HOME AND FACILITIES: The approximately 2000 square foot home, built in 2006, is located at the end of an attractive drive just off county road 3011. It includes large kitchen/ living area, 2 bed, 2 full baths, laundry, office and an attached 9 stall barn with 60 foot runs. The well-constructed and fully insulated 40’ X 122’ steel building has a concrete slab, large overhead door and porch on the west.
The corral system and traps are located just off of the county road for easy access. New fencing is found on portions of the east and west boundaries and consists of 5 wire with steel corners and posts. All of the improvements are served by rural water.

WATER: The improvements are served from a rural water line that is located along the county road on the south and west portions of the property. The Caney River forms the northern boundary and provides multiple recreation opportunities. The property has 2 ponds utilized to water multiple pastures and provides additional fishing and recreation.

SOILS AND FORAGE BASE: The soil map indicates that the predominate Braman silt loam soils will conservatively sustain 5 AUM’s year round and has the possibility of higher production with proper management. The 50 acres of bottom ground predominately consists of introduced Bermuda and fescue pastures.
These soils are well suited for the introduction of clovers, crabgrass and winter annuals such as annual ryegrass. Cross fencing would allow for rotational grazing and increased production. The property is cross fence into multiple traps and pastures around the corrals and headquarters area. The carrying capacity will need to be determined by the purchaser’s own management style.

TAXES: 2014 Advalorem taxes were $1183
Advalorem taxes in Oklahoma are generally favorable when compared to other areas of the country.
The Accelerated Federal Depreciation that has been available in Oklahoma since 1994 has been extended several times. It is currently awaiting 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.


The information in this brochure is from sources deemed reliable, but no warranty or representation is made as to its accuracy by the Seller and it’s Brokers expressly disclaim any liability for errors, omissions or changes regarding any information provided for this property.

Timber Ridge Ranch

An improved wildlife/recreation property consisting of approximately 960 acres of a mosaic mix of open prairie and Cross Timbers vegetation. Elevation changes from 1010 ft. to 880 ft. presents a varied terrain. Post oak, blackjack, hickory, persimmon and sand plum are some of the upland species while red oak, walnut, sycamore, pecan and red bud are just a few of the bottomland species that are found on the lower areas.

For maps and other information please contact us.


The 960 acres, +/-, are located in Osage County and therefore sell as surface only.


The property is accessed by turning East off of Highway 99 onto County Road 3851 for 0.8 mi, then East on County Road 3450 for 0.75 mi to locked gate. A dedicated easement across adjoining land owner provides access to property. Shown by appointment only.

Pawhuska 18 mi
Bartlesville 30 mi
Tulsa 1.5 hrs

Wildlife/ Recreation:

The ranch and the area have been managed for several years by the owner for quality wildlife habitat. A concerted effort has been made to develop trophy deer and balance the buck/doe ratio. Considerable progress has been made to enhance the quail population to the point that meaningful hunting has been available the last few years. The quality fishing opportunities found on the lake and the several ponds may be the ingredient that draws many people to this diverse Osage County landscape.

Just as important as the hunting opportunities, for tracts such as this, is the ability to enjoy the
non-game animals and birds that are prevalent in this diverse ecosystem. A quiet sunset or sunrise on the lake may be the intrinsic value that makes this property so unique.


A 40′ X 50′ insulated shop with 15′ lean includes cabin complete with heat/air,full kitchen, bath and bedroom that sleeps 6. Additionally, 4 fenced and 2 unfenced food plots add to the recreational value.

Additional Information:

Although the total acreage of native grass is not large enough to sustain a large livestock operation, it does offer a quality forage base that currently provides summer grazing for stocker cattle. More so than many recreation properties, the grazing income is sufficient to contribute financially to the upkeep of the ranch.

The varied terrain lends itself to horseback riding, hiking, bike and ATV trails. The relatively short distance from Tulsa and Bartlesville is a value that should continue to grow in the coming years.

The property is located in an area that qualifies for accelerated federal income tax depreciation on qualifying ranch improvements. This is due to the Taxpayer Relief Act of 1997 that targets former Indian Lands in Oklahoma. This act has been extended through 2011 and provides a shorter recovery period of approximately 40% for most non-residential depreciable property.We are currently waiting to see if it will be extended through 2012.

Advalorem taxes in Oklahoma are generally favorable when compared to other areas of the country.


The property includes 4 stocked fishing/ livestock ponds, as well as, a 6.5 acre private lake. The lake was stocked in 2007 with Florida Highbred Bass, Black Crappie and bluegill.Bass are currently weighing 6 + lbs and crappie up to 2 lbs. The water well is located next to the cabin/ shop.



McWilliams Angus Ranch


Muskogee County Property Description:

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.

For maps and other information please contact us.

  • 30 miles southeast of Tulsa
  • 12 miles west of Muskogee
  • 130 miles east of Oklahoma City
  • 120 miles southwest of Joplin
  • 80 miles west of Ft. Smith
  • 75 miles north of McAlester

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.

  • 4,000 +/-square foot brick home (located at the headquarters).
  • 1.200 +/-square foot brick home (located at the headquarters).
  • 1,400 +/-square foot frame home (located at the headquarters).
  • Morton constructed sales barn and offices constructed in 2000.
  • Extensive corral system to compliment the sales barn and facilitate implanting,
    AI and normal cattle processing work.
  • Five large pens with shelters for special cattle (bulls or donor cows).
  • Large hay barn.
  • Overhead feed storage of at least 100 ton.
  • Shop and equipment storage areas.
  • Barn with storage area.
  • Approximately 50 miles of excellent fencing. Steel corners, steel gates, steel
    post and five strand barbwire.

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.

Warren Ranch- 670 Acres

Recreation and development property located on Javine Hill just north of Skiatook, OK. Property is selling as a whole or: (Tract 1- 295 +/-ac SOLD) (Tract 2- 200 +/- ac SOLD) Tract 3- 175 +/- ac, or any combination thereof. Consists of rolling Cross Timbers vegetation, canyons, springs and tall grass vegetation with multiple building locations.

For maps and other information please contact us.

Property Description & Acreage:

This 670+/- acre ranch is offered as one unit or as three tracts described as:

Tract 1: 295+/- acres $1250/acre (SOLD)

The acreage has hard surfaced road access from CR 2101 (Javine Road) for one mile and close access to a 4” rural water line. The tract offers livestock grazing opportunities for a small livestock operation, a functional steel corral, excellent fencing and multiple ponds. The south portion offers several home site options removed from any current oilfield activity. An oilfield supply yard in the center of the property will be removed leaving only a tank battery location and approximately 8 operating wells which are located mostly on the north portion of the tract.

Tract 2: 200+/- acres (SOLD)

Over ½ mile of hard surfaced road access is available from CR 2101 (Javine Road) on the west and access on the southeast is from CR 2154. Rural water is available on the west from the 4” rural water line. The acreage is mostly timber covered with elevation changes of close to 200’ in a large draw and drainage area that bisects the property.The west area of the tract includes a small home and outbuildings (in disrepair) and a mobile home that is habitable, but sells as is. There are a limited number of operating wells on the north portion of the tract.

Tract 3: 175+/- acres $800/acre (CONTRACTED)

CR 2154 provides approximately ½ mile of access to the north and south in this tract. Again, the elevation changes for this timber covered acreage ranges almost 225’. The topographic maps will show three drainage areas that originate on the acreage.All the current mineral activity is in the west half of this tract and does provide some road accessibility.


The property is easily accessed by Javine Hill Rd from either Avant or Skiatook.

  • Avant- 1.75 miles
  • Skiatook- 9 miles
  • Bartlesville- 35 min
  • Tulsa- 45 min

Tract 1 has new fencing in place on the south, east and west of the tract with older fencing on the north. The steel corral has a small adjacent catch trap.The property line next to Javine Road is serviced by Osage County Rural Water district 15.
The older trailer home located in Tract 2 could be utilized as a weekend hunting cabin and sells AS IS. The west property line next to Javine Road also is serviced by Osage County Rural Water district 15. The Tract has been dozed next to Javine Road in preparation for fencing on the west and will have a limited amount of fence in place adjacent to adjoining property.
The north property line of Tract 3 is surveyed and dozed. Some additional survey work has been done on the tract. There is a limited amount of fence in place adjacent to adjoining property.

Natural Resources:

The predominate tree cover of this representative Cross Timbers area is Post oak, Blackjack and hickory. Additional trees and shrubs such as persimmon, sand plum,Mexican plum and redbud are scattered through the area. The lower bottoms support multiple species of oak, hackberry, sycamore, pecan and walnut to name a few of the varied timber and shrub varieties. Tallgrass Prairie grasses are found in the timber and on the small prairies scattered through the property.

The predominate Niotaze-Darnell and Steedman-Coweta soils that are located over sandstone are suited mostly for native range forage production. These same associations support wet weather and permanent springs that provide the terrain and drainage to build ponds and reservoirs.


The property will include a diversified game and non-game population such as deer, turkey, quail, squirrel, bobcat, rabbit, fox, coyote, and a multitude of birds adapted to the Cross Timbers

The rugged terrain limits vehicle traffic but offers many trails and areas for hiking, horse back riding, ATV exploration and , with the construction of reservoirs, fishing and water opportunities.

Additional Information :

The location near the Tulsa metropolitan area and the spreading development of smaller tracts to the south would suggest that this parcel will be in the path of future development while presently offering grazing and recreation opportunities.


Approximately $1.00/acre

160 acres

An attractive combination agriculture and recreation property with a diversified landscape including native grass, timber and creek. The property is located in a naturally occurring spring area which creates the headwaters of Little Walnut Creek. The rolling hills and mosaic mix of creek bottom and upland timber provides excellent deer, turkey, and quail habitat.

Acreage and Legals: 160 acres, +/-, Surface Only:

NE/4 of Section 33 Township 13 North Range 8 East, Okfuskee County, Oklahoma.

Location: Turn West from Highway 48 at Welty turn off for 5 miles, then South on County Road 3670 for 4 miles. Property is accessed via closed county road on section line for 0.5 miles East.

  • 24 miles South of Bristow
  • 14 miles North of the I-40 and Highway 48 intersection
  • 55 miles Southwest of Tulsa (approx. 1 hour)
  • 75 miles East of Oklahoma City (approx. 1.5 hours)

Improvements and Resources:

  • Excellent wildlife base of deer, turkey, quail, and dove
  • Numerous locations for home or weekend retreat
  • Well constructed cinder block cabin

Taxes: Less than $100 per annum

Property Utilization: The agriculture base is composed of sandy and sandy loam soils that are well suited for improved forages such as Bermuda, crabgrass, fescue, annual ryegrass and clover. The native vegetation consists of little bluestem, broomsedge, birdsfoot trefoil, Illinois bundleflower, sand plum and persimmon on the upland while sycamore, red oak, pecan, hickory, and redbud can be found along the creek.

The sportsman and recreation enthusiast will enjoy the live water, the mosaic timber, spring fed draws and the peaceful and scenic setting. This remote but accessible property offers a myriad of recreational activities including; hunting, 4-wheeling, and scenic trails to explore.