The Ford Property is located at the small community of Kalgary, Texas. Kalgary is located in the southeast corner of Crosby County and the northeast corner of Garza County. Access is excellent being by paved FM 261, graded CR 225 and graded CR 227.
This unique property was purchased by the Ford Family in the early 1900's and has never been offer for sale to the public.
The Ford Property is a blend of cultivated cropland, land enrolled in the CRP and recreational ranchland. The farmland portion consists of approximately 585 acres of quality dryland cropland and 326.2 acres currently enrolled in the Conservation Reserve Program (CRP). The cropland is typically planted in cotton and is in an excellent state of cultivation. This area consists of productive fine sandy loam soils and has slopes that range from 0-3%. The land enrolled in the CRP generates an income of $12,412 per year, with 161.1 acres expiring in 2020 and 165.1 acres expiring in 2023.
The ranchland portion of the Ford Property consists of approximately 394 acres. The grass turf is good, with brush canopy ranging from fairly open to dense. The topography in this area ranges from fertile mesquite flats to some rougher and broken country. Several tributaries and a small creek head-up in the native pasture, all draining to White River which is located approximately 2 miles to the northeast. The elevation change is approximately 100 feet, being approximately 2,535 feet on the south end of the pasture and approximately 2,435 feet on the north end. The perimeters of the ranchland are fenced, with the condition of the fences ranging from fairly good to excellent.
Water is provided by the White River Rural Water line. This rural water is piped to a water trough located in the native pasture area and to the newer shop building. Additionally, a domestic well and an earthen pond are located on the property.
The Ford Property is located in an area with abundant whitetail deer, bobwhite quail and turkey. This property has had very little hunting pressure over the years. Being located in an area that is predominately native pasture, the cultivated land is a magnet for wildlife.
The improvements located on this property include a 30x30 barn, with heavy gauge metal siding and a dirt floor and a 30x40 barn with heavy gauge metal siding and a concrete floor. This barn is a newer structure that is insulated and is equipped with a full bathroom. Both barns are in good condition.
The 2016 base property taxes were approximately $3,200.
50% of the mineral estate owned by seller will be conveyed. To the best of the seller's knowledge, he owns 100% of the mineral estate.
Very seldom is a recreational property paying a significant return on your investment placed on the market in this area. For additional information, please contact Rusty Lawson.
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