15th May, 2017

Long Term Family Ownership Texas Ranch For Sale With Minerals Available in 6 Tracts in Callahan and Shackelford Counties

SNYDER FAMILY RANCHES

Long Term Family Ownership Texas Ranch For Sale Available in 6 Tracts in Callahan and Shackelford Counties

This is a very rare opportunity to purchase a portion of a long term family ownership ranch. For the first time ever, the Snyder Family, based out of Baird and Houston, has listed six tracts for sale which make up their family ranch ownership.

The Snyder Family started ranching in this area back in the 1870’s. Originally, the Snyder’s great-grandfather moved to this part of Texas and began buying property and running cows. Now, five generations later, the ranch is still under the ownership of the Snyder family and is still operated as a cow/calf ranch.

The ranch is available for purchase in 6 desirable tracts, each unique, all offering exceptional livestock production capabilities and hunting/recreation features.

All of these tracts are offered with 50% of the minerals included

100% of the executive leasing rights

100% of the wind energy rights

Headquarters Ranch  3,805 ± Acres  $10,654,000

The Headquarters Ranch is the heart of the entire operation and is comprised of the Chase and Hardy divisions combined. The Headquarters Ranch is accessed by paved highway frontage. There are two main sets of improvements located on the Headquarters Ranch, both easily accessible from the highway. The main ranch house and bunkhouse, horse barn and pens are located in the southwestern corner of the property and another ranch house and barn is located just to the north approximately 1/2 mile away.

Topography is generally influenced by Hubbard Creek, which flows through the western portion of the property for over two and one-half miles, and a high ridge that drops over 175’ located on the southeastern portion of the ranch.

Approximately 110-125 acres of land on the western portion of the property is currently in cultivation, generally planted to wheat.

The property is considered to be exceptionally well watered by Hubbard Creek and several large dirt tanks. Rural water has been piped to the property.

The Snyder Family Ranch Headquarters is realistically priced at $2,800 per acre. The property is offered with 50% of the owned minerals along with 100% of the executive leasing rights. The property will convey with 100% of the wind energy rights included.

Seales Pasture  1,143 ± Acres  $2,800,350

The Seales Pasture is a very desirable portion of the ranch, and is located just south of Baird in central Callahan County.

The Seales Pasture is accessed by deeded easement through another ranch. Two very scenic creeks flow through the property, one that has been dammed creating a lake that covers approximately 10 surface acres. This lake is shared with a neighbor, however, it appears most of the surface area is on the Snyder property. The overflow from this lake flows further down and ultimately drains into another creek, Pecan Bayou, which flows through the ranch for approximately 3/4 miles. Together, these two creeks offer over 1.5 miles of live water through the ranch. Both creeks have exceptional hardwood canopies and wildlife including deer and turkey thrive in these bottoms.

A set of wire pens is located on the southern portion of the property.

The Seales Pasture is realistically priced at $2,450 per acre. The property is offered with 50% of the owned minerals along with 100% of the executive leasing rights. The property will convey with 100% of the wind energy rights included.

Harris Pasture  1,331 ± Acres  $2,595,450

The Harris Pasture is a very desirable portion of the ranch, and is well located just north of Baird in northern Callahan County.

The Harris Pasture is accessed by paved highway frontage. Approximately 50 acres located on the eastern portion of the property is in cultivation, generally planted to wheat. The western portion of the property gains approximately 300’ of elevation on an elevated ridge.

The property is considered to be very well watered by several large dirt tanks. Rural water has been piped to the property and electricity is available on the ranch. A set of wire pens is located on the eastern portion of the property with good traps for livestock handling.

The Harris Pasture is realistically priced at $1,950 per acre. The property is offered with 50% of the owned minerals along with 100% of the executive leasing rights. The property will convey with 100% of the wind energy rights included, and the wind energy rights are currently leased. A copy of this lease is available for review by interested parties.

Cutbirth Pasture  1,270.49 ± Acres  $2,350,406.50

The Cutbirth Pasture is a very desirable portion of the ranch, and is well located just west of Cross Plains in southeastern Callahan County.

The Cutbirth Pasture is accessed by paved highway frontage. The major topographic influence is made up by two creeks that both drain in a generally southerly direction. These creek drainages adjoin on the property. Grass turf is in excellent condition.

The property is considered to be exceptionally well watered by the creeks and several large dirt tanks. Rural water has been piped to the property and electricity is available on the ranch. There is a good network of roads throughout the property that are generally in good condition.

A set of wire pens is located on the eastern portion of the property.

The Cutbirth Pasture is realistically priced at $1,850 per acre. The property is offered with 50% of the owned minerals along with 100% of the executive leasing rights. The property will convey with 100% of the wind energy rights included.

Dodson Pasture  854 ± Acres  $1,622,600

The Dodson Pasture is a very desirable portion of the ranch, and is located just west of Moran in historic Shackelford County.

The Dodson Pasture is accessed by a deeded easement through another ranch. The topography is diverse and is influenced by two main draws that generally slope towards Hubbard Creek. The property is considered to be very well watered by several large dirt tanks. Electricity is available on the ranch and there is a set of livestock working pens located on the western portion of the property.

The Dodson Pasture is realistically priced at $1,900 per acre. The property is offered with 50% of the owned minerals along with 100% of the executive leasing rights. The property will convey with 100% of the wind energy rights included.

Austin Pasture  670 ± Acres  $1,340,000

The Austin Pasture is a very desirable portion of the ranch, and is well located just west of Cross Plains in southeastern Callahan County.

The Austin Pasture is accessed by paved graded county road. The terrain on this property is generally level, sloping somewhat towards Rocky Branch, a draw located just west of the ranch.

The property is considered to be very well watered by several large dirt tanks. Rural water has been piped to the property and electricity is available on the ranch. A set of wire pens is located on the eastern portion of the property.

The Austin Pasture is realistically priced at $2,000 per acre. The property is offered with 50% of the owned minerals along with 100% of the executive leasing rights. The property will convey with 100% of the wind energy rights included.

 

 

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