TBD N 2375 Road, Thomas, Oklahoma, 73667
The Thomas Ranch is made up of 1,325.5 acres in 4 separate tracts.
Tract 1 is 760-acre made up of rolling topography with well established improved blue stem, cedar draws and a creek that holds water most of the year. This tract is an excellent grazing pasture with phenomenal recreational value. The deer in the area use these cedar draws as cover to move from one side of the ranch to the other. This ranch comes with 3 wells, 2 wells located in the south pasture and 1 well located in the lot on the hill. The current owner leases the pasture out during the summer and cattle are typically gone by the end of September opening the property up for undisturbed hunting opportunities for the rest of the year.
Tract 2 is an 80-acre tract that sits east and west 1,280ft from the southwest corner of tract 1. This tract is made up of approximately 75% with some scattered timber and a cedar draw that runs North and South through the East half of the property. There is an old home site on the property with electric and a well. There is limited water that collects in the creek but there is a spring located behind the old gas well site on the property.
Tract 3 is a 365-acre tract consisting of approximately 100 acres of winding cultivated winter pasture, cedar draws, improved blue stem pasture and a road system that reaches to the south boundary of the property. This tract has the perfect combination of native pasture, supplemental winter pasture and recreational value. Like tract 1 the deer use the cedar draws to travel and eat in the winter pasture in the evening and through the night. The timber on this tract would allow a hunter amply opportunity to maximize the hunting opportunities regardless of wind direction. This property has 2 water wells located on the North side near the old milk barn and another on the south side of the property. The creek to the east holds water nearly year-round.
Tract 4 is a 120-acre cedar draw with some scattered pasture and 1 well. This tract is nestled down in a bottom with beautiful views of the neighboring hillsides. The creek that runs through the middle of this 120AC tract holds water most of the year providing water to the local whitetail deer population.
These tracts sold together would allow the outdoorsman maximum opportunity to hunt and wind or weather as well as the opportunity to plant additional forage for the wildlife. All the tracts have water and access to electric to build a hunting cabin for an absent landowner. For the rancher with the appropriate management these tracts would allow you to graze the stout native grass during the summer and have nearby winter pasture on tract 3. There is no shortage of water on this ranch as a whole which leaves the opportunities endless for the outdoors enthusiast or a buyer that wants a phenomenal combination ranch.
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