Texas has a long tradition of farming, ranching, and hunting. Its vast and diverse regions harbor some of the finest commercial and recreational ranch properties in the United States.
This area north of Central Texas comprises savannas, prairies, and woodlands. It encompasses the Dallas – Fort Worth (DFW) Metropolitan Area and Wichita Falls, bordering eastern country and the Rolling Plains. The area offers an arrayof developed and undeveloped farm properties with live water, lush native grass, and other desirable features.Central Texas
Central Texas’ diverse landscape is made up of rivers, escarpments, grasslands, and cross timbers with hardwoods and fertile soil that make it ideal for farming. The area is suited to cotton, hay, grains, pecans, poultry, and cattle
Encompassing the Austin–Round Rock, Bryan–College Station, Killeen-Temple-Fort Hood, and Waco metropolitan areas, Central Texas offers both undeveloped and turn-key ranch properties depending on your needs.Texas Hill Country
Nestled in the Edwards Plateau, Texas Hill Country is surrounded by South, West, and Central Texas. The picturesque landscape is characterized by grasslands, oak woodlands, mesquite savannah, and rugged limestone and granite hills that can rise up to 500 feet above plains and valleys. Buyers can have their pick of some of the finest hunting and recreational ranches in Texas.South Central Texas
Located between South Texas and Texas Hill County, the region lies at the crossroads of several industries and farms that supply vegetable crops and beef cattle to some of the country’s largest grocery chains.
Aside from farming and raising cattle, the farm properties of South Central Texas are also ideal for recreational hunting and bird watching.
The fertile landscape is populated by hardwoods and native brush and sustained by the many rivers and creeks that course through it.South Texas
As one of the largest regions in the state, South Texas comprises several sub-regions spread across Corpus Christi, Laredo, Lower Rio Grande Valley, and San Antonio.
The diverse terrain transitions from rolling hills populated by native brush, prickly pear, and bull mesquites, to open grasslands covered with Live Oak trees and other hardwoods. Some areas of the Lower Rio Grande Valley have a subtropical climate with citrus and palm trees. Soils range from mostly alkaline to mildly acidic clays and clay loams.
The market offers ranches, country homesteads, and pastures ideal for hunting, bird watching, and grazing cattle.West Texas
Known for abundant wildlife and world-class hunting, West Texas encompasses the area stretching from Val Verde County out west to El Paso and southeast to Runnels County. Its stunning landscape is made up of rolling hills, valleys, bluffs, and canyons. West Texas offers many hunting and recreational rancheswith wild game like whitetail deer, elk, and dove.
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