This unique west Texas hunting ranch is loaded with mule deer and whitetail. The land has interesting topography with an elevation change of approximately 210 feet. The ranch consists of 291.30 acres of hills and valleys with good cover for wildlife. The well-known King Mountain is part of the range that covers this ranch.
This hunting land sits on the west side of Upton county approximately 5 miles north of McCamey, Texas on the east side of Highway 385 which leads to Crane. The hunting ranch sits approximately 45 miles from Midland Odessa where you will find Midland-Odessa International Air and Space Port, shopping, restaurants, and entertainment. The ranch also sits approximately 25 miles east of Imperial, Texas, 20 miles west of Rankin, and about 45 miles northeast of Fort Stockton.
This ranch is full of whitetail, mule deer, blue quail, dove, varmints, and migratory birds. The improvements include a barndominium hunting cabin with a stained concrete floor and a large covered patio. The barndominium is equipped for rainwater catchment and use of a generator for electricity. The hunting cabin has a separate bathroom from the cabin which is constructed of cinder block. There is a large concrete reservoir with a water trough that is fed from the reservoir near the center of the ranch. The owner currently hauls water to the reservoir for wildlife. The ranch is fenced with net wire with good to great fences. The east fence is fairly new and in great shape. Other fences are older but still in good shape.
Up on top of the hills, the rimrock has many fossils and caves to explore. From up top, the beautiful west Texas views can be enjoyed for many miles in all directions. Down in the valley is where the wildlife like to be during the day with the safety of the hills around them, they can find plenty to eat.
This ranch has loamy soils that drain well and consist of Lozier gravelly loam on top and Reagan loam in other areas. These soils can be used safely for grazing or woodland or wildlife food. Please see the attached maps and videos and call Mike Dolan for any questions you may have at 325-450-2550 or Michelle Rushing at 325-234-3077.
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Mike Dolan is a Texas Realtor and co-owner of M&M Ranch Land Investments United Country Real Estate. Mike sells Texas and New mexico ranches and related real estate such as waterfront properties, investment ranches and properties, farm land, country homes, horse properties and more. Mike has a degree in Industrial Arts with a teacher's certificate from Tarleton State University in Texas. He is also a member of the Realtor Land Institute.
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Mike put himself through school by building homes and cabinets and catching rabbits at night for the dog race track. He has worked in the west Texas oilfield since childhood hauling drilling mud and later working on drilling rigs on west Texas ranches. In the 1980's he started his own oilfield service company and pump store in Mertzon, Texas servicing all of west Texas. Although the oilfield payed the bills, ranching was always in his heart. His grandfather and father were Texas horse breakers and Texas ranchers. They worked cattle and broke horses all over Texas and New Mexico as well as Florida, Wyoming and other ranching communities. Mike was a cowboy at an early age, he learned how to break horses, day work and shoe horses from his dad and grandfather. He started ranching for other people in his teens and eventually for himself in the 1980's. He has hung on through every crunch whether it be the oilfield or ranching business.
Mike served 20 years as Irion County Commissioner, he has a 32nd Masonic degree, he is a Shriner and he has been a top Ranch Real Estate producer since 2000. He started the anual west Texas Ranch Rodeo in 1998 and has raised hundreds of thousands of dollars for the Irion County Lions Club to give away in their senior scholarship award program. He was awarded "Friend of the FFA" for his many years of dedication to the FFA program. He currently sits on the board for the Irion County FFA. He is also a Member of the Texas Cattle Raiser's Association. He has a knack for business and for helping people. It is common practice for Mike to consult new Texas and New Mexico ranch owners after closing to help them get started in the ranching business. Helping people and ranching are Mike's greatest passions. He and his wife, Kathy and three grandsons reside on their ranch in Irion county.