Fifty miles west of Interstate 35 and roughly six miles southeast of Waurika, this 7,000-plus-acre farm, 1,000 acres of which is private leased land of native grass, consists of approximately 3,300 acres of wheat land with the balance of about 2,700 acres in mostly Bermuda grass and native species. The wheat is grazed from mid-November until early June.
Created to maximize beef production in the most efficient way possible, the property includes 30 miles of new fence laid out to accommodate cattle movement with a minimal number of employees. There is excellent livestock water (over 60 ponds) in the wheat traps and the grass traps.
The property consists of a modern headquarters with a good set of pens and scales, a 28,000 sq. ft. shop building, a covered arena, an outdoor working arena and the owner’s home. There are five other working pens and two other sets of scales on the farm.
Another important fact is that this farm is situated in an area that qualifies it for an accelerated depreciation schedule. The owner estimates that there are around $5.5 million worth of depreciable assets on the farm.
Showings of the property are available by appointment. Information dates are scheduled for March 21 and March 29 from 1-4 PM CT. Contact Shuman for more information at firstname.lastname@example.org or (800) 829-8747. The full brochure can be downloaded here.
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