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1877 RANCH


Located in the rolling plains region of Texas the 1877 Ranch is part of the ranch that has been owned and operated by the same family for the last 144 years. The ranch is 1405.26 acres surrounded by 8+ miles of galvanized high-fence creating a trophy whitetail hunting experience that is truly special. The landscape of the ranch has 3+ miles of ridgeline views, three food plots, elevation changes, deep draws, and vantage points with thick mesquite cover, live oaks, and other hardwood trees along the stock tanks, and wet weather creek. Owner holds a Texas real estate salesperson’s license. The 1877 Ranch is priced to sell and ready for its new owner.

Location: The ranch is located in Callahan County southeast of Abilene Tx only 30 minutes from Abilene’s restaurants, shopping, hotels, and regional airport. The ranch fronts FM 475. The towns of Baird and Cross Plains are approximately 15 miles away with a motel, medical, restaurants, meat processor, taxidermist, hunting equipment, fuel, grocery, hardware, feed stores and much more.

Cross Plains 15 miles, Baird 15 miles, Abilene 35 miles, Fort Worth 140 miles, Midland 185 miles,
Austin 185 miles, San Angelo 100 miles, Temple 155 miles

Habitat: When touring the ranch, you will notice the amazing views along the 3+ miles of ridgeline. The height of the ridgeline is an estimated 100+/- feet. The land is abundant in fertile soil offering some of the best wildlife habitat and cattle grazing in the region.

Grasses: Texas winter grass, spear grass, sideoats grama, blue stem.
Forbes: Texas fillary, mesquite beans, prickly pear fruits, berries, skunk brush, elbow bush.
Trees: live oak, mesquites, hackberry trees, blueberry, and redberry juniper.

Wildlife: The ranch is under MLDP conservation option and has been managing their whitetail deer for over 20 years producing award-winning whitetail bucks in the Texas Big Game Awards and Los Cazadores big buck contest. The Rio Grande turkey population is strong and makes for a wonderful spring turkey hunt. Coyotes, foxes, bobcats, and hogs are abundant along with good dove hunting in September. There is great fishing on the ranch offering fantastic trophy bass and catfish.

Electricity: Yes

Easements Pipeline: Yes

Minerals: Seller Owns

Water: There are two wet weather water springs, one 2.5 acre lake, three stock tanks, and two wet weather creeks with one creek dammed into a stock tank.

Contact: Trey Bonner 713-444-4114

BUYER’S BROKER TERMS: Buyers brokers must be identified on the first contact and must accompany buying prospect on the first showing to be allowed fee participation. If this condition is not met, fee participation will be at the sole discretion of the management of the Company.
If a Buyer Prospect makes initial contact with our Company and then later brings in other Broker, after the fact, the other Broker shall not be entitled to fee participation and the Buyer shall be responsible for paying the other Brokers fee, if any.

DISCLAIMER: The Information provided herein is deemed accurate, but subject to errors, omissions, price changes, prior sale or withdrawal. Ranchland Real Estate and Broker Agents licensed by Ranchland Real Estate does not guarantee or is anyway responsible for the accuracy or completeness of information, and provides said information without warranties of any kind. Please verify all facts. Owner holds a Texas real estate salesperson’s license.


Starting from Rowden TX at the corner of HWY 36 and FM 2287 drive south 1.8 miles and there will be a slight turn to the left at this point also there is a dirt road straight ahead. Stay straight on the dirt road for .10 tenth of a mile and the road will dead end. Turn right and travel .8 tenths of a mile and the 1877 Ranch entrance will be on the left. The entrance is made of cedar with a galvanize double gate.

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