TALPA QUAIL RANCH
Located in Runnels County the Talpa Quail Ranch is a low fence turnkey wildlife ranch. The ranch is approximately 826 +/- acres well managed for quail habitat/hunting. The brush, grasses, and forage support quail, turkey, and deer hunting with excellent brush throughout the ranch for quail nesting and enjoyable quail hunting. There are also 7 fields on the ranch with 6 of them planted with native perennial seeds offering cover and feed for the wildlife around the property. The ranch has a north and south entrance both of which lead to the ranch house. As of 2018/2019 this newly remodeled home with 3 bedroom, 2 full bath 1940+/- sq ft ranch house sits in the center of the property with a 360-degree view of the land. The ranch house has 3 bedrooms, 2 full baths, 1 large office room, a comfy living room, beautiful kitchen, dining room, walk-in washer and dryer room with a fenced-in front and backyard, a cattle guard on both sides of the house, and garage/covered driveway next to the house. The Talpa Quail Ranch is a one-of-a-kind ranch ready for its next owner for this upcoming hunting season!
Contact: Trey Bonner 713-444-4114
Location: The ranch is located in Runnels County south of Abilene Tx 50 minutes. The ranch sits northeast of Ballinger approximately 17 miles giving easy access to a motel, medical, restaurants, meat processor, taxidermist, hunting equipment, fuel, grocery, hardware, feed stores and much more. The ranch fronts FM 142 and FM 157.
Talpa Tx: 10 miles / Ballinger Tx: 17 miles / Winters Tx: 15 miles / Coleman Tx: 24 miles / Abilene: 43 miles
Airports: Abilene Regional Airport, Brownwood Regional Airport, Ballinger Bruce Field Airport, Coleman Municipal Airport, Winters Municipal Airport
Wildlife/Habitat: The ranch has bobwhite quail, dove, seasonal ducks, Rio Grande turkeys, and whitetail deer. When touring the ranch, you will notice the beautiful landscape when you first drive into the ranch full of tall grass and a good amount of ragweed. The ranch has a whopping 15 feeders scattered throughout the ranch that feed milo year-round and 6 large fields planted with perennials to feed the wildlife but also great soil for farming.
Grasses: ragweed, texas winter grass, spear grass, sideoats grama, blue stem.
Forbes: texas fillary, skunk brush, yucca, berries.
Trees: mesquites, blueberry and redberry juniper, live oak
Water: 3 county water meters, 11 stock tanks, and 1 wet weather creek that is dammed into a stock tank.
Improvements: Ranch house, 2 barns, 3 county water meters, 15 feeders, 1 set of cow pins
Easements: Power-line easement
Minerals: Small percentage negotiable
BUYER’S BROKER TERMS: Buyers brokers must be identified on first contact, and must accompany buying prospect on 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.
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