Situated in the center of the Oklahoma Panhandle, the Texas County Farm is a 315+/- acre irrigated farm with plenty of water to give a new owner multiple options for grain and cattle. This property offers the possibilities for multiple farming and cattle scenarios with grass, corn, wheat and milo. This is a very nice piece of ground with close proximity to Goodwell, Oklahoma.
Texas County Farm offers the possibilities for multiple farming and cattle scenarios with grass, corn, wheat and milo, very nice piece of ground with close proximity to Goodwell, Oklahoma.
Broker(s): Zurick Labrier
ACREAGE & IMPROVEMENTS
This farm includes 184+/- wet acres and approximately 315 total acres. The wet acres are watered by an 80 model valley sprinkler and an early 2000 model zimmatic sprinkler. Three irrigation wells are located on the property and were tested by an independent party at almost 1100 gallons per minute. Also included is a submersible well used for livestock water. Recently this farm has been raising corn, wheat and milo.
This center pivot irrigated property lays approximately four miles north of Goodwell, Oklahoma, which is centered in the south central portion of Texas County. Situated in the central portion of the Oklahoma Panhandle, Goodwell is centered around a nice four year college, Panhandle State University. OPSU continually registers roughly 2000 students. Degrees of study include history, business, education, nursing, mathematics, science, art, and agriculture. OPSU also fields men’s and women’s sports such as football, basketball, volleyball, softball and baseball as well as a nationally recognized rodeo team. Goodwell is a short ten mile drive to Guymon, Oklahoma with a population of 12,000 and the county seat. This is the trade center of the panhandle and an area rich in crop production, livestock production including cow/calf, feeder cattle, finishing feedyards and hog production.