FM 1731, Maple, Texas, 79344
640 +/- Deeded Acres of land in southern Bailey County with great accessibility. This farm lays well with level to gently sloping topography and has windrow of trees on west side and portion of south side. Tract has State Farm to Market pavements on West and South boundaries. Land is located in area that is known to be productive for cotton and grain sorghum and well suited for cattle grazing. Several Residences are located across the road to the South of tract.
Land CRP contract expired in September and is no longer restricted for farming or grazing. Leaving options open for a multitude of uses. This tract is located in an area with Mule Deer, Antelope, Quail, Dove possible Crane and Geese hunting opportunities.
Land has USDA Seed Cotton Base and Grain Sorghum Base Acres. Acres could be put back in row-crop production or existing improved pasture could be used for ranching or haying. Soils are predominantly classified as Arvana fine sandy loam little to minimal slope which falls under a Class 3 Subclass e soil. With farm being fairly flat, more rainfal will remain on farm, nominally increasing chances of successful crop production and marginally decreasing likelihood of wind and water erosion problems.
Improved grass pasture would boast well for rotational or seasonal grazing and also provides possibilities for possible further development of conservation aspects that could lead to increased wildlife densities of deer, antelope and quail.
Large enough tract to make it worth the drive out from larger cities in the region such as Lubbock or Amarillo Texas or Clovis New Mexico. International Airports are located at Lubbock and Amarillo and Regional Charter Jet Service from Clovis.
Minerals and Wind
Owner would like to reserve 1/2 of existing mineral rights and 1/2 of existing commercial wind royalty rights.
LEGAL DESCRIPTION: A152 MB&B SEC 52, BLOCK C, ACRES 640Driving Directions From Muleshoe, Texas head South on State Highway 214 until you reach the intersection of FM 54 then West for 7.5 miles you will be at SE corner of tract. From Littlefield exit US 84 heading NW on FM 54 west and travel West staying on 54 through curve to South and turn back to West for 33.5 miles you will be at the SE corner of the tract.