This is rolling to flat country, with a variety of soils including sandy loam to clay. This area is known for monster deer and lots of quail. It is superb land for building large lakes and ponds.

-The ranch has desirable brush and excellent grass cover. Brush includes quajillo, granjeno, guayacan, blackbrush, whitebrush, persimmon, prickly pear, mesquite, and other indigenous South Texas plants and shrubs.


Hunting is outstanding for trophy deer, as well as excellent hunting for quail, dove, turkey, hogs, ducks, javelina and predators.


– Perimeter is fenced and about half is new low fence. Two sides are high fenced. Fences are in excellent condition.
– Water is available from Mirando City and there is a water line to two water troughs, and the large pond and the camp area.
– There is a new set of cattle pens


Great water on this place:

There are three ponds (one about an acre) and one lake (about 3 acres) that draw in wildlife and lots of ducks! Fish are thought to be in the two larger ponds.


No minerals are owned, there are two well pad sites that are clean.


$1,380,540 or $1995 an acre


Great water resources and very good habitat. This place has good low-fenced neighbors. Close and easy to get to from Laredo.


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