Choctaw River Ranch is approximately 1,700 acres and is a combination place well-suited for wildlife and livestock. The owner currently only runs 25 cow/calf pairs, but reports that the place will easily carry 100+ pairs and typically harvests three cuttings of hay which usually produce about 500 (1,200-1,300 lb) round bales per season. If you’re looking for Oklahoma land for sale, consider Choctaw River Ranch.
The ranch is 1700+/- acres in size, located in Choctaw County, Oklahoma, with approximately 25-35 acres of it on the Texas side of the Red River. Swink is a 15-minute drive, Broken Bow is a 45-minute drive and Hochatown is a one-hour drive from the ranch.
The ranch borders the Red River for almost a mile. Cedar creek flows through the ranch for 2.4+ miles and is seasonal. There is also a beautiful 7-acre lake stocked with largemouth bass, bream, crappie and catfish. There are seven small stock tanks, the largest being 2 1/2 acres, strategically located across the property.
The ranch supports excellent numbers of whitetail deer, turkey, and feral hogs year-round, with good numbers of a variety of ducks and geese using the 18+ acre seasonal slough and the river. Bucks taken from the ranch include a 190″, a 183″, two 170’s” and a 162″. The average buck is in the 140″ category. Bordering the Red River for almost a mile, the river holds catfish and a variety of bait fish. The 7-acre lake is stocked with largemouth bass, bream, crappie and catfish.
All electric two-bedroom, one bath 1200 sqft remodeled ranch house with a covered porch on back. House water well produces 25+/- gpm. 36′ x 50′ insulated shop with concrete floors and rollup doors. Two open sided pole barns for hay or equipment storage. Corral and working pens. Fenced and cross fenced. Livestock water well in the bottom produces 25+ gpm and up to 75 gpm with additional solar collectors. Backup generator at house.