Legal Description: Section 397, Block D, H & TC, Stonewall County Texas, containing 662 acres, more or less.
Location: Starting just northwest of Jayton Texas at Intersection of Highway 70 and County Road 160, follow County Road 160 east and northeast approximately 7.2 miles to the ranch. County Road 160 in northeast Kent County turns into County Road 350 when you cross over into Stonewall County. County Road 350 is the south boundary, and also the east boundary. Watch for sign. The ranch is just over a mile north of Croton Creek.
Description: The Stonewall County Baker Trust Ranch is surrounded by huge ranches and is located in the northwest quadrant of the county. The County Roads are in good condition and provide legal access without easements. Electricity is available. There are fantastic views and this working ranch is just simply beautiful. With a little clean up and wildlife plot management, this ranch would draw deer for many miles. There are approximately 263 acres in cultivated acres. Crops such as wheat, triticale, sorghum, cattle forages, or wildlife plots would be covered in deer. There are very few or no other cultivated acres for miles north of these fields. You can expect to find Whitetail Deer, Mule Deer, Wild Hogs, Turkey, Quail, and other varmints to hunt. The Stonewall County Baker Trust Ranch has been leased for grazing purposes only. Hunting has been limited to a few family members and has not been leased or hunted very much in 30 years according to one Owner. It is currently held under a grazing lease through August 2021.
Water: We do not think there is a working well on the ranch. A new well may need to be drilled for water. There are 3 or 4 earth tanks on the ranch that hold water most of the time. *Mesquite Trees*Hackberry Trees* A few very scattered Cedar Trees* Good Native Grasses* Other Shrubs* Mesquite trees are the main cover on the native acres.
The cultivated acres are very nice, and are located mainly through the center of the ranch from North to South, with native acres on both sides. There are some deeper breaks and draws with lots of elevation changes.