Duval County 160 acres hunting ranch
160 acres South Duval County Hunting Ranch
The topography in this area is flat to very rolling, with some big hills with great views of the surrounding countryside. The brush is mostly very big, diverse, thick native brush, with great diversity. Soils consist of sandy loam, red sandy loam and darker ground in the lower areas. There are many senderos and roads to access the property. This is premier whitetail habitat.
This fine hunting ranch has big South Texas deer, turkey, quail, dove, hogs, javalina and varmits.
Bird hunting: This is fantastic habitat for quail (bobs and blues) and they are very abundant. Dove hunting is excellent around surface water.
The ranch is fenced on three sides and there’s a large concrete water trough on the property.
There is an existing concrete water trough for livestock and game. The trough is fed by a well on the neighboring property. This is a good area for groundwater and neighboring wells are thought to be from 300 to 450 feet deep.
No minerals convey and there is no production on the ranch.
Asking $2650 an acre or $424,000.00
Beautiful hunting ranch is a very sought after area of Duval County! The ranch is high fenced on two sides with a very large neighbor to the West.
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