630± Acres Myers South Ranch, Dimmit County
Carrizo Springs, Texas
Description: Myers South Ranch is located in the heart of big deer country and has superb, untouched native brush species and highly sought after red sandy soils. It is not often you have the opportunity to buy a ranch owned and operated by the same family since the early 1900’s.
Improvements: There are no structural improvements of value, but there is power available and there are numerous ideal building locations. The property is high-fenced on two sides.
Water: There are several water troughs on the property that are fed from a well on the neighboring ranch. One old water well is located on the south end of the ranch and could possibly be reworked.
Wildlife: This area is known for producing large White-tailed deer and this property has everything in place to grow them. Along with deer are turkey, blue and bobwhite quail, dove, javelina, varmints, and more.
Vegetation/Soils: The ranch has all the necessary browse and brush species to grow large White-tailed deer. Brush species include but are not limited to Guajillo, Black brush, Guayacan, White Brush, Prickley Pear, Brazil, Persimmon, Granjeno, Lotebush, Catclaw, Texas persimmon, Vine Ephedra, Forestiera, Hogplum, Cenizo, Lantana, Wolfberry, Tasajillo, Palo Verde and Wooly Bucket Bumelia. This ranch has an impressive stand of native grasses and offers great livestock grazing opportunities as well as hunting.
Taxes: Ag exempt.
Location: The ranch is accessed via an owned lane off Hwy 277 and is located 13± miles NW of Carrizo Springs, 30± miles E of Eagle Pass, 130±miles SW of San Antonio, 205± miles SW of Austin and 320± miles W of Houston.
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