Wagon Wheel Ranch

Status: Available
Price: $596,000
Acres: 232 +/-
Price Per Acre: $2,569
Type: Farms, Ranches, Recreational Land
Address: Tupelo, Oklahoma 74572
City, State: Tupelo, Oklahoma
County: Coal
ZIP Code: 74572
Lat/Long: 34.690995, -96.39798
Presented By: Chrissy Banks


Wagonwheel Ranch is an expertly designed farm consisting of 232 acres of rolling hills and open pastures. The ranch is located in Tupelo, Oklahoma; 100 miles Southeast of Oklahoma City, 120 miles Southwest of Tulsa and 150 miles to Dallas, Texas.

Wagonwheel ranch gets its name from the intentionally designed grazing system of the ranch. The pastures all funnel to a center location, making handling livestock a breeze. This wagonwheel design has many advantages including added flexibility for rotational grazing, healthier forage and livestock, as well as faster recovery time for the existing forage when used with a rotational grazing system. The ranch currently sustains cattle, sheep and goats and has fencing and improvements to accommodate each species effortlessly.

Another benefit of the wagon wheel design is that livestock dont have to travel far to get to water. Water is abundant on the ranch with scattered tanks and ponds throughout. Sandy Creek runs through the North West portion of the ranch, giving livestock and wildlife on that part of the ranch access to water year round. There is also the added benefit of the rural water system. It is available to the ranch and can be installed quickly and easily. The Land Doctors Construction Team would be happy to help with the installation process from start to finish.

The current owner is a true innovator. From the overall lay-out of the ranch to the many added livestock shelters and handling systems, everything is thoughtfully designed to make raising livestock easier and more profitable. There is a system in place to start and grow forage in a controlled environment and can be negotiated with the sale of the property. This system could be valuable in many different types of growing applications for many different types of plants. At its prime, the system would produce 1200 pounds of wheat cuttings per day, supplementing winter feed and offsetting the cost of hay.

The ranch itself lays in a z type pattern with road frontage on 3 sides of the ranch. There are three clear and well maintained entrances to the ranch, with the main drive leading to the middle of the wagon wheel. There is an older home site as well as a primitive hunting cabin and a smaller dwelling that is currently being used as a rental property. The quaint hunting cabin sits atop a hill overlooking the creek and is a favorite of every kid that visits the ranch. There are two drop down bunks and a wood stove for heat. The porch is a perfect spot to pull up a chair and relax in the canopy of trees and nature.

While there is an old home site and rental house there is no true main residence. But dont worry, there are many beautiful ridges and valleys waiting for your dream home. This gives you the flexibility and control to build the type of home you want. Let the Land Doctors Construction team help you plan and build your dream home in the perfect spot of your choosing.

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Chrissy Banks

Email: chrissy@landdoctors.com

Phone: (765) 220-2489

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