This dry land farm consists of 333 acres in cultivation with the remainder in native pasture. The farm has supported cotton, wheat, and / or milo in the past.
It has new fences, water well with solar panel and pond!
There is good hunting at the north end of the property, on the approximately 75 acres of native range land. Here you will find that it is Heavily Wooded with wheat ground that runs up into the wooded areas. THESE ARE PRIME FEEDING AREAS FOR DEER and other wildlife. Wildlife consists of deer, turkey, dove, and other varmints.
This dry land farm is 6 miles south of Kirkland with the majority of the land in northern Cottle County. The Childress County and Cottle County line runs through it.
Asking price is $1200 per acre.
Turn south off Highway 287 on Farm to Market Road 1033 between Childress and Quanah at the small community of Kirkland, Texas. When you reach County Road 384, turn right and go west for 2 miles. The county road will turn back and go north. This property lies to the north and east of County Road 384.