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We sell ranch property, land for hunting leases and properties with ponds or lakes for fishing and hunting in Texas in the following Texas areas:

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Piney Woods: - Located in eastern Texas and covering over 15 million acres, the Piney Woods' terrain ranges from gently rolling to hilly forested land. The soils of the region are characterized as deep loamy or sandy soils. Prior to European settlement, this area of Texas supported Longleaf Pine, Shortleaf Pine, Loblolly Pine, and oak-hickory forests. Today, the region is composed of fragmented pine and pine-hardwood forests with some cropland and pastureland. The majority of national forests and other forestland located in Texas are found in this region, as is Texas' only natural lake, Caddo Lake. Dogwoods and red and white oaks are plentiful throughout the area. Though rapidly diminishing, the bottomland hardwood forests of oak-hickory, elm, sweetgum, sugarberry, and ash - the most diverse and richest wildlife habitats left in Texas are located in the Piney Woods. The endangered Red-Cockaded Woodpecker's habitat is in the pine forest. Rare plants found in this region include the Southern Lady's Slipper Orchid, Golden Glade Cress, White Bladder Pod, and Texas Trailing Phlox. Rare plant communitie s include Longleaf Pine savannas and beech-magnolia forest. Swamps, bogs, and man-made lakes extend throughout the region, which has the state's highest rainfall, with annual precipitation of 32 to 56 inches. Lumber and cattle production are major industries in the area. There are also four national forests located in the region.

Oak Woods and Prairies: - This area is divided into two parts, with one section to the east of the Blackland Prairie and the other to the west. Portions of th e area to the west were called Cross-Timbers by early European settlers because they once had post oak forests crossing strips of prairie grassland. The region is approximately 19,000 square miles of gently rolling to hilly landscape. The bottomland soils range from sandy loam to clay, while the prairies have sandy loam or sands. Flora includes post oaks, oak-hickory forest, plateau live oak, and tall grass and mid-grass prairies. Most of the flora and fauna have ranges that extend northward into the Great Plains or eastward into the forests. Cattle ranching is a maj or agricultural industry in parts of the region. This area attracted early European settlers because the open grasslands and surrounding forest areas were ideal for settlement. Native Ameri can tribes also were attracted by this unique combination of prairie and forestland. Today, most of those grasslands have been altered. Large concentrations of migrating geese and ducks winter in this region and can be observed in places like Hagerman National Wildlife Refuge on Lake Texoma while the endangered Houston toad occurs in the eastern post-oak savanna eco-region.

Blackland Prairie: - The Blackland Prairie region is gently rolling and level land covering 23,500 square miles. It is named for the rich, deep, fertile black soils that once supported the original tall grass prairie communities and, due to land-use change, today supports crop production and cattle ranching. Prior to the seventeenth century, this area in East-Central Texas had 12 million acres of tall grass prairie--now there are less than 5,000 acres. It is the grassland communities themselves, the big bluestem, little bluestem, swi tch grass, and side oats and associated herbaceous flora that make these prairies unique. Agriculture and development have threatened the remaining grassland communities with extirpation from Texas. In portions of the region, farmland is threatened with extinction by urban sprawl and development.

Gulf Coast Prairies and Marshes: - This nearly level plain area of 13 million acres borders the Gulf of Mexico from the Sabine River to Corpus Christi Bay. Prior to European settlement and twentieth-century development, this landscape included woodlands of sugarberry, pecan, elms, and live oaks, as well as open prairies with native grasses. The soils of the area range from acidic sands to sandy loams, with clays occurring in the river bottoms. The flora includes tall grass and mid-grass prairies, cord grass marshes, mesquite, and acacia. The region includes the barrier islands that protect the coastline from high winds and high ocean waves. The marshes along the bays and estuaries are important habitat for estuarine and m arine species including finfish and shellfish. Rare and near-extinct plants and animals include the slender rush-pea, Atwater's prairie chicken, and the ocelot.

Coastal Sand Plains: - This region occupies approximately 2.5 million acres. The vegetation of this area can be described as grasslands with coastal oak mott s, mesquite granjeno, and salt marshes. It is home to the King Ranch and other large cattle ranches. In the nineteenth century, wild horses roamed the area; consequently, it became known as t he Wild Horse Prairie. The Laguna Madre is adjacent to the coastal counties of this region. It stretches from Corpus Christi to Port Isabel. The Laguna Madre is the only coastal, hypersalin e lagoon system on the North American continent, and one of only three in the world. This is an extremely rich habitat, and the breeding ground for most of the shrimp caught in the Gulf of M exico.

South Texas Brush Country: - This area encompasses approximately 18 million acres. It was once covered with open grasslands and a scattering of trees. The or iginal grasslands have become shrub land due to overgrazing. Today, the area is characterized by thorny shrubs (such as mesquite, acacia, and prickly pear), patches of palms and subtropical w oodlands, and riparian corridors. It a biologically diverse habitat and home to many wild and rare species of plants and animals, including the ocelot and jaguarondi. The aplomado falcon was dependent upon these grasslands, and the loss has caused the falcon's demise. Urban development and agricultural use threaten the existing wildlife habitat. The natural resources of this regi on--the Gulf Coast Prairies and the Coastal Sand Plains region--contribute to the local economy where bird watching and game hunting have become a source of revenue.

Edwards Plateau: - The plateau is approximately 1,500 to 3,000 feet above sea level and encompasses approximately 19.8 million acres. Rivers, streams, and springs flow through the region. Two major aquifers underlie the area: the Edwards and the Trinity. The region is dominated by limestone terrain but includes a wide variety of soil types, topography, and ecological conditions. Plateau live oak savanna and other oak woodlands and limestone glades occur throughout this region. It is home to one of the world's most diverse collections of aquifer fauna and endangered and rare species. Some of these plants and animals are found nowhere else on earth. The golden-cheeked warbler nests only in the Ashe juniper (aka cedar) of the area. The springs and rivers of the region are home to the endangered San Marcos salamander and the endangered fountain darter. The rare plants of the region include the basin bellflowers and Texas snowbells. Ranching is the primary agricultural industry, but the natural beauty and opportunities for wildlife viewing and hunting have created a growing tourist industry in the region as well. The Balcones Escarpment, marked by a sharp topographic relief along the Balcones Fault Zone, borders the southeastern edge of the region and marks the transition zone between the plateau and the plains country on the south and east. The Balcones Escarpment runs from Del Rio to San Antonio and then northeast through Austin.

Llano Uplift: - This area is known as the central mineral region and is characterized by large granite domes like Enchanted Rock in Gillespie County. The Llano Uplift is a unique geological formation—granite mass that runs 70 miles across and is approximately 1,000 feet above sea level. The area encompasses approximately 3.2 million acres and is surrounded by the Edwards Plateau. The vegetation consists of oak-hickory, oak juniper, mesquite, and grasslands. Ranching is the dominant agricultural industry, and tourism is emerging as an important economic activity for the region.

Rolling Plains - The Rolling Plains of Texas extends into the northwestern, western, and southwestern counties of North central Texas including portions of Clay, Wichita, Wilbarger, Baylor, Archer, Throckmorton, Shackelford, Callahan, Taylor, Nolan, Mitchell, Howard, Coke, Sterling, Tom Green, Irion, Concho, and Runnels counties. This is a gently rolling region containing rangelands broken with streams and rivers running from west to east, draining toward the Cross Timbers and Prairies Region to the east and southeast.

High Plains: - The High Plains region was called the Llano Estacado, or Staked Plains, by the early Spaniards. (The precise meaning of this designation is not certain.) This region occupies approximately 20 million acres. Like the Rolling Plains, the High Plains is the southern extension of the Great Plains of the central United States. The High Plains region has also been cited as the outwash sediments from the Rocky Mountains. The region was once home to herds of buffalo, pronghorn antelope, gray wolves, grizzly bear, and elk. It is now home to the sand hill crane, the kit fox, and the lesser prairie chicken, as well as prairie dogs and coyotes. The flora includes blue gamma and buffalo grass. Cottonwoods and willows are found along the rivers and tributaries. Mesquite, sand sage, and Harvard shin oak also occur in this region. Each fall, thousands of wintering waterfowl stop over to rest and feed at the playa lakes (shallow lakes) that dot the region. The Ogallala Aquifer underlies the High Plains as well as the central United States. Cotton farming and cattle ranching are the major agricultural industries.

Trans-Pecos: - The Trans-Pecos region is the northern portion of the Chihuahua desert. Regarded as the most complex region of the state, it includes plateaus, desert valleys, and wooded mountains where many rare species are found. The only true mountain ranges in Texas are in the Trans-Pecos: the Guadalupe, Franklin, Chisos, and Davis ranges. Each mountain range has its own type of plants and animals. The flora of the region includes desert scrub such as the creosote bush, desert grasslands, pinyon-oak juniper woodlands, yuccas, and agaves. The American peregrine falcon nests in this region. The Rio Grande River creates the region's southern border, separating Texas from Mexico and Big Bend National Park is in the southern edge of the area in Brewster County, the largest county in Texas.

East Texas: Dove, Deer, Hogs, Ducks, Geese, Turkey
South Texas: Dove, Deer, Hogs, Quail, Turkey, Javelina, Ducks, Geese
West Texas: Dove, Deer, Hogs, Antelope, Aoudad, Quail, Ducks, Turkey, Geese, Javelina
Central Texas: Dove, Deer, Hogs, Turkey, Quail, Ducks, Geese
North Texas or Panhandle: - Dove, Deer, Hogs, Turkey, Aoudad, Quail, Pheasant, Antelope, Ducks, Geese

Check out our Texas Hunting Land for Sale:

Provence Ranch

85 +/- Acres | Lamar County, TX
Provence Ranch is a stunning and well cared for recreational retreat complete with mature hardwood timber, a sparkling spring fed creek, secluded fishing pond, lush meadows, and clean, quality improvements!  Whether a second home or primary residence, the ranch offers peaceful country living with a much larger feel.  Enjoy hunting deer, turkey, hogs, and waterfowl or fishing right out of your back door!  Pat Mayse Lake is mere minutes down the road for additional fishing and recreation a
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Red Creek Ranch

$1,140,000 | 995.89 +/- Acres | Fisher County, TX
Relax on the back porch while enjoying the vistas across Red Creek Ranch.  Ride ATVs, hunt, bird watch, shoot skeet, hike-experience the great outdoors with friends and family on this unique canyonland property.  The house is furnished, corporate style (insulated) hunting blinds and feeders are set up, 2 Yahama 4-wheelers, an electric skeet thrower, along with a 2 seat 4x4 Kawasaki mule are all included with the sale of the ranch . . . everything is in place and ready to go so you can enjoy y
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Fall Off Creek Ranch

$1,939,140 | 972 +/- Acres ($1,995/acre)
Coryell County, TX
A ranch of this size with these features is extremely difficult to find in Central Texas and rarely do they become available for purchase. This is an extremely well rounded turn key combination ag/recreation ranch that will provide your family and friends enjoyment. It is oozing with character that is very difficult to find anywhere much less in the Central Texas area. It comes ready for you to walk into and start enjoying with minimal effort. If you think this may be what you are looking for give me c
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Circle T Ranch

458.9 +/- Acres | Hunt County, TX
   
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The Preserve on Richland Creek

$3,493,000 | 1400 +/- Acres | Navarro County, TX
The Preserve on Richland Creek is a tranquil and peaceful property that is located within one hour from Downtown Dallas. It has what all other properties long to possess: Gently rolling hills, open pastures, motts of towering Pecans, dark dense woods, native grass stands, tremendous water, and exceptional wildlife. The cabin is the perfect combination of quality, rustic elegance, and a perfect size for a weekend retreat. Whether you are looking for a family getaway place, a place to entertain friends,
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Coyote Crossing Ranch

700.63 +/- Acres | Hunt County, TX
Coyote Crossing Ranch/Corporate Hunting Retreat Coyote Crossing Ranch is one of the finest turn-key, high-fenced hunting/corporate retreats available on the market today. You will be hard pressed to find a better, high-end Corporate Hunting Retreat & Lodge this close to DFW. So, whether you're getting away on a hunting excursion or entertaining your clients in style, Coyote Crossing Ranch was built for you.
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High Lonesome Ranch

CALL FOR PRICE | 9368 +/- Acres | Upton County, TX
The High Lonesome Ranch, located in Upton County, Texas, is a quail hunter's dream! Located 38 miles south of Midland and west of Highway 349, this ranch is big -- 9,368 +/- acres of Texas Permian Basin that's rich in natural resources and wildlife.LandThe ranch is situated on a broad plain in central Upton County with a relatively flat elevation of 2,770 to 2,780 feet above sea level. Bisecting the middle of the ranch is the namesake High Lonesome Draw which dips to 2,750 feet above sea level
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The Preserve on Richland Creek

$3,493,000 | 1400 +/- Acres | Navarro County, TX
The Preserve on Richland Creek is a tranquil and peaceful property that is located within one hour from Downtown Dallas. It has what all other properties long to possess: Gently rolling hills, open pastures, motts of towering Pecans, dark dense woods, native grass stands, tremendous water, and exceptional wildlife. The cabin is the perfect combination of quality, rustic elegance, and a perfect size for a weekend retreat. Whether you are looking for a family getaway place, a place to entertain friends,
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