Lying fallow for the past two years, this 445 acres, more or less, is located between County Road 15 and County Road 14 about 18 miles southwest of Memphis, in Hall County. The property has approximately 442.51 acres in dryland cultivation, and the remainder in native grass and brush, all just of a mile north of the Prairie Dog Town Fork of the Red River. The cultivated land has been lying fallow, but wheat to be sown in the fall. Wildlife includes deer, turkey, dove, quail, wild hogs, and varmints. MINERALS: Seller will convey any minerals and royalties owned. WIND & Water: All wind and water rights will convey to buyer. IMPROVEMENTS: There is a dilapidated old barn in northeast corner. FENCES: Excellent fence on southernmost boundary. No other fences. See More.... FSA BASE ACREAGE: 347.20 acres of Seed Cotton Base Acres with PLC Yield of 754. WATER: No water wells. IRRIGATION POTENTIAL: Unknown. POSSESSION: Lying fallow, as of August 3, but possession is subject to harvest of any growing crop. 1/3 owner/landlord & 2/3 tenant crop share on wheat and grain sorghum crops. owner and tenant crop share on cotton HUNTING LEASE: None in place. UTILITIES: There is an electric line running along the eastern boundary as well as on the west side of west boundary along County Road 14. PERSONAL PROPERTY: None.
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