Traveling to the western most part of Cimarron County in the Oklahoma Panhandle, sits an 800+/-acre piece of grass to begin your new operation. This piece of land has been in the same family for several years so this offering is worth a look. The property is remote and basically has no improvements. The new owner can add a house, pens etc. to fit their program or the local neighbor can add this to their existing land. The current fences are average to brand new with some fencing needed on the northeastern quarter.
With a great view to the west of Rabbit Ears in New Mexico, this location allows you to see for miles! This property will provide a new owner with a great home for livestock.
Broker(s): Zurick Labrier
This land is located approximately 25 miles west of Boise City, Oklahoma, the county seat. It is easily accessible by two miles of all weather road off of paved road E0200 RD. In Boise City you will find a great school system, banking, and related ag businesses.
Cimarron County is the western county in the Oklahoma Panhandle. With the average annual moisture being a little over 17 inches, the area consists of native grass ranches, corn, milo and wheat production, as well as a few local feedyards and dairies. The area has a rich history in cattle production and some scenic areas with the highest point in the state being Black Mesa at a little over 5,000 feet.
This property will provide a new owner with a great home for livestock. With a great view to the west of Rabbit Ears in New Mexico, this location allows you to see for miles! Give us a call so we can show you this property.