Grant County, Oklahoma Land For Sale (6 results)
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Grant County - E0130 & N2840 Rd, Wakita, OK
If you have been looking to add onto your existing farming operation, this 240 +/- acres in Grant County, OK would be a perfect addition! Located just west of Medford, northwest of Pond Creek, and south of Wakita, it is in a great location if you are in need of any supplies. The property is made up of mostly Class 2 and Class 3 soil. It is currently in wheat and could be used for grazing cattle as well. There is a small pond on the east side of the property and power along the road. If you would like more information or would like to schedule a private viewing, please contact Jacob Lemons at (918) 271-8384 or Jared Moyer at (580) 273-4220 .
Grant County - Medford, OK
The Grant County 300 could be the perfect addition to your farming, grazing, or hunting operation. There are 110 acres m/l of class 2 tillable that is currently planted to milo, 93 acres of CRP paying $35 an acre for the next 10 years, and just under 100 acres of pasture that could be cut for hay or used for grazing. The farm features two newly built deep ponds with tapering shallow areas designed to be ideal for duck hunting. There is a small creek running through the West side of the farm and a 5 GPM water well, new pump, solar panel, and stock tank in the pasture to provide an additional water source for livestock and wildlife. The farm is in a fantastic hunting neighborhood for whitetail deer, pheasant, quail, waterfowl, predators, and even sandhill crane. If you are a deer hunter looking for a farm you can shoot big bucks on and think that this farm is lacking trees and may not be capable of fulfilling your deer hunting expectations, I encourage you to give me a call and let me share some of my personal experiences in this specific area with you, along with some photos of bucks that I know have been harvested on or near the farm. Not only will the farm provide great deer hunting opportunities, it is absolutely loaded with pheasant and will be a great upland bird hunting property as well. Access to the farm is off of Leflore Rd on the north side and N2930 Rd on the west side. If building a cabin or barn is in the plans, or even having a nice spot to park your camper, there is electric running down N2930 Rd that could be brought into the farm, along with some ideal building locations on the west side along N2930 as well. From a land ownership standpoint, having a property that can provide you with 4 separate income streams via farming, grazing/hay production, CRP, and hunting, is pretty rare and highly desirable. If you are a hunter looking for a recreational piece of property that will provide a solid return on investment and allow you to have top notch hunting opportunities at the same time, look no further, this is it.
Grant County - Jackson Road, Deer Creek, OK
Pristine pasture mixed with good hunting opportunities in a great hunting neighborhood describes this well maintained 160 acre farm. The pasture consists of mostly native grass with a good stand of Bermuda mixed in. There are no cows on the farm currently and based on the condition of the grass, there has been minimal grazing pressure in the past. Polecat Creek offers fantastic whitetail hunting and is less than a half mile from the east boundary of the farm. This property may not have Polecat Creek running directly through it, but this farm as well as the farms that border it on all four sides, benefit from the cover, habitat, and deer densities that the creek provides, and offer some great deer hunting. The area supports a healthy quail and pheasant population, and with the dense stand of grass on this farm, it will offer plenty of upland bird hunting potential also. There are two ponds on the property that will provide ample water for the wildlife, livestock, and waterfowl. The area offers very good waterfowl hunting to go along with the deer and upland bird hunting. There are gates on the north and east sides of the farm with rural water available near the east gate. Electricity is less than a mile from the farm. CR1020 ends about 1/3 of a mile south of the Jackson Road and CR1020 intersection, making Jackson Road the only road that borders the farm. The farm is conveniently located just a mile north of Highway 11 between Deer Creek and Medford, Oklahoma. It is only 15 miles south of Caldwell, Kansas, and 16 miles west of I-35. If you are looking for a great grazing farm, a great hunting farm, or a farm that can be great at both, this could be the one. Call Tony today!
Grant County - Medford, OK
The Logan Rd 160 is another low maintenance Grant County hunting farm. The farm is 50% tillable and 50% grass. The grass portions of the farm are suitable for grazing and make ideal upland bird habitat, as well as deer bedding / traveling areas. The farm has 24 acres of class 1 dirt, 62 acres of class 2 dirt, 31 acres of class 3 dirt, 30 acres of class 4 dirt, and is currently planted to soybeans. The new owner can expect a decent return on investment while enjoying some great hunting opportunities. The tillable portion of this farm has 10 to 30 deer in it almost every night. There is a big draw with trees and dense cover feeding into this farm from the North and continuing South through this property and others in the section. This draw acts as a constant funnel into the farm for the whitetails and upland birds in this area. The hunting and deer numbers on this farm also benefit from it being in a block of land that stretches 2 miles East West and 2 miles North South with no through roads. This allows the animals to move around during daylight hours with less pressure and without being harassed by people driving the county roads. There is a nice pond in the NW portion of the farm and good access off Logan Road. This is a good hunting farm in a great hunting neighborhood with return on investment and lots of potential. Call Tony today to find out more.
Grant County - Medford, OK
The Homestead 157 is the perfect low maintenance hunting farm that will also provide a nice return on investment. Just 5.5 miles South of the Kansas border, and 8.5 miles Northwest of Medford, OK the farm sits in a block of land that has no through roads for two miles going North South and two miles going East West. The absence of through roads helps keep the deer numbers high and allows some of the bucks in this area to reach their full potential, often scoring into the 150's and above. There is a pond on the West side of the farm that will provide great duck hunting when full. The upland bird population in this area is as good as it gets in Grant Co. and this farm will have good numbers of pheasant and quail on it at any given time. The farm has just over 100 acres of class two tillable currently planted to soybeans and is about 70% tillable and 30% grass overall. There is roughly 30-40 acres of grass in the West Southwest portion of the farm that could be used for grazing or hunting. There is an old homestead in the NW corner of the property that would make an ideal spot for a cabin or 5th wheel. If you are in the market for a recreational farm that requires very little input from the owner, but that will provide great hunting opportunities and a little income, call Tony today and let's talk more about this farm.
Grant County - Haskell Rd & CR 960, Medford, OK
The Medford 40 is located on the south side of Medford,Oklahoma. It is 40 acres of relatively flat land that is currently planted inwheat. This property is a prime piece of property to split up into smallertracts and develop into a neighborhood or homesites for 5-10 acre tracts. Ithas city water and sewer that runs on the north side of the property.