Located a little over 17 miles southeast of Stratford, Texas is a nice 320-acre piece of dryland farmground. This property offers an owner the flexibility of crops including wheat, milo and cotton. This half section also has some fencing and a submersible well in place with a steel water tank. This allows for some winter wheat grazing opportunities.
Williams Farm offers an owner the flexibility of crops including wheat, milo and cotton. This is a great opportunity to own a farm that offers an owner multiple directions for growing crops and raising cattle.
Broker(s): Zurick Labrier
Being located in Sherman County, this is an area with a strong agriculture history. The county has a population of about 2,000 and Stratford has a great school system, grain elevators, large cattle feedyards, and other ag related businesses. An owner certainly has the opportunity for several marketing options depending on the commodities one desires to grow.
Dumas, Texas is roughly 23 miles south with a population over 14,000, there are several businesses, grain elevators and multiple shopping options as well as hospital care facilities. Amarillo, Texas is a little over 65 miles from the farm, and offers all the amenities of a large city with great food, hospitals, a regional airport, and much more.
This is a great opportunity to own a farm that offers an owner multiple directions for growing crops and raising cattle.