The Kubacak Farm is located in north-central portion of Hockley County, being approximately 3 miles west of Whitharral, Texas. Access is by graded Boston Road which runs up to the southeast corner of the farm.
All of Labor 3, League 717, Abstract 215, State Capital Land, Hockley County, Texas.
101.1 acres are currently enrolled in the Conservation Reserve Program (CRP). This portion of the property is receiving an annual payment of $3,048 ($30.15/ac.), with the last payment being in October 2021.
The terrain of the Kubacak Farm varies from nearly level to gently rolling. The majority of the south-half of this property (101.1 acres) is currently enrolled in the CRP. The north-portion remains in native pasture. The entire property is in a good stand of mixed grasses, with some large areas of lovegrass. Scattered areas of large mature trees are located on the south and east sides of the property. A large population of mule deer are frequently seen bedding down under the motts of large trees.
$615 per acre. All minerals owned by seller will be conveyed. To the best of the sellers knowledge, the seller does own a small percentage of the mineral estate.
If you are in the market for a recreational/cattle place with the added benefit of CRP income, the Kubacak Farm should fit your needs. For additional information, please contact Rusty Lawson.
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