Description: This ranch is comprised of diverse terrain that supports an abundance of native wildlife with its habitat of diverse brush. The land has a mixture of rolling hills with long distance views, creek bottoms with large brush, and sandy mott country great for quail hunting. The ranch is adequately watered for both wildlife and cattle with 17 troughs and 9 tanks. The ranch is ready for improvements of choice with municipal water and electricity already in place.
Improvements: There is a campsite with water and electricity. The property is partially high fenced with most of the perimeter fencing being low. The fences are in good condition. There are 2 sets of cattle working pens.
Water: The property is watered from a municipal water line, provided by Zapata County WCID. There are 17 troughs and a total of 9 tanks, 3 of which do not hold as well as the others. Both Salomoneňo Creek and Arroyo Blanco are large drainages that traverse through the property and will hold water during wet times.
Wildlife: Wildlife on the property includes, but is not limited to, whitetail deer, turkey, quail, dove, javelina, hogs, and varmints. Falcon Reservoir, an 84,000± acre lake renown for bass fishing, is only 15± miles away.
Vegetation: The property has diverse brush species that provide cover for the wildlife and great protein for the deer population. The brush on the property include black brush, guajillo, persimmons, guayacon, prickly pear, white brush, granjeno, mesquite and many more.
Minerals: None. This is a surface sale only.
Taxes: $4,903.56±Ag exempt.
Directions: The property is 13± miles NE of Zapata off Jennings Ranch Road. It is 48± miles SW of Hebbronville, and 65 miles SE of Laredo.
Airport: Zapata County Airport (KAPY) is located 4± miles northeast of the town of Zapata and has a 5000 ft. runway.
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