This 59.42 acre working Coastal Bermuda Grass hay ranch is a great opportunity for someone looking to take over a profitable and established successful hay business. Located on the Oklahoma side of beautiful Lake Texoma and just off U.S. Highway 377, it’s a short drive to the North Texas Horse Country, one of the largest concentrations of horse ranches in the United States. This makes it easy for customers to pick up hay or for the quick delivery of horse-quality square bales. With the established customer base, the ranch currently can produce approximately 2,500 square bales per cutting with usually 3 cuttings per season, sometimes 4, depending on the weather.
There is a 2016 18′ x 80′ Solitaire manufactured home on the property that can be either a residence, a weekend home, or a home for a ranch hand’s family. There is also a barn and a storage shed along with a corral and working pens that include a 45′ x 115′ main lot, a 45′ x 70′ catch pen, and 4 other pens and runs.
With outstanding fencing, the property is also cross fenced and senctioned fence making this a prime tract for someone looking to sell hay and also have grazing capacity for their operation. The owner currently utilizes 40 acres for Coastal Bermuda production and rotates grazing over the remaining 10 and 8 available acres. As a new buyer wanting to expand the hay production, one could easily use as much as 50 acres of improved Coastal Bermuda to maximized the square bale production.
For recreational purposes, Buncombe Creek Public Golf Course, MegaStar Casino, boat ramps, and restaurants are all within three miles of the ranch, as well as with all Lake Texoma has to offer. Because of Lake Texoma’s sheer size and proximity to the Dallas/Fort Worth Metroplex, this area is growing in popularity and is experiencing rapid economic growth due to heavy tourists growth. Located only 10 minutes from Kingston, Oklahoma, and less than 20 minuites to Whitesboro, Texas, it is easily accessed from both states and provides quick access to shopping and entertainment, but still has the quite and secluded feel of the country and the close-knit Willis Community.
From Whitesboro, Texas, take U.S. Highway 377 north 18 miles. After crossing Lake Texoma, go 2 more miles to and take a right (go west) on Keeton Road. The property is on the north side of Keeton Road 1/2 mile from U.S. Highway 377. From Kingston, Oklahoma, take Oklahoma Highway 32 3 miles west, then go south 6 miles on U.S. Highway 377 to Keeton Road. The ranch is located north of Keeton Road between Clemmie Long Road and Robb Road. The house driveway is located at 6210 Robb Road. The ranch is also only 35 miles from Pilot Point, Texas.