Bull Creek Ranch
The Bull Creek Ranch is located southwest of Roby, Texas in the heart of big quail country. The south boundary of the ranch is FM 1606 providing paved access to the property through a nice pipe entrance.
The ranch is a mix or rolling scenic hills to flat bottom land along Bull Creek. There is a moderate cover of mesquite across the ranch with lots of other small brush to provide excellent quail habitat. There has been an extensive amount of brush sculpting done to make the ranch 100% huntable. Along the creek there are a few seasonal holes of water with rocky outcroppings above.
Rural water and well water provide the ranch with plenty of water piped through several miles of new water line. Several stock tanks (4-5) are located throughout the ranch as well as 4 quail/wildlife waters. The quail waters are watered by well water through the waterline system. A windmill along the creek provides the wildlife with more water.
The improvements consist of a nice little day camp with running water, electricity, and a bathroom. Next to the day cam is a 40x40 three sided metal building to park equipment. There is approximately 3 ½ miles of brand new exterior fence.
The ranch has a good population of deer and turkey. It is prime bobwhite quail habitat, being only a few miles from the rolling plains research ranch (www.quailresearch.com) The seller has brush sculpted hundreds of acres and has put in 2 nice food plots which are excellent for the wildlife. The ranch is bordered by large ranches on three sides.
25% of minerals convey
$1,239,514 or $1300 per acre.
This is a very nice ranch with minerals, water, and very good hunting. There is excellent access and a great network of interior roads.
The information contained herein is compiled from sources believed to be accurate, but no warranties or representation as to its accuracy are made.
The topography map for this property is available upon request. If you would like a copy of the topography map, please call 325.655.6989.