On the eastern edge of Moore County, this 1,176ac all native property is a great combination cattle and recreation ranch. The northwest corner has fantastic views from an elevation of 3,310' and falls to a low point on the south end of 3,160'. There are two windmills evenly spaced for grazing distribution, and power bisects the property for easy construction of improvements. There are several small draws running through the ranch, one of which Bugbee Creek has over 1,000ac of watershed and the potential for water development. The ranch was cleared of most mesquite several years ago and canopy is light but there are enough trees for wildlife cover and cattle shade. The ranch has been rested from grazing for several years and has abundant grass.Wildlife include mule deer, antelope, and quail.
From Stinnett, head west on FM 152 for approximately 11 miles, then south on FM 1913 for approximately 6 miles, property will be on east side of the road, sign on gate.