Lometa grass pasture
Approximately 53 acres of prime farming land that has been idled for the past several years. The native grasses have taken over and the land is currently being used for cattle grazing. The property has one large Live Oak tree on the east side and some trees along the fence line. The rest of the property is treeless pasture. The soils are deep loam and when the land was used for farming, it produced some great hay and small grain crops. There is no surface water or water well on the acreage, but underground water is generally attainable in this area and there is enough slope to the terrain that should provide enough rainwater runoff to supply a pond.
Even though the land is virtually treeless, the native vegetation attracts enough wildlife to provide hunting opportunities. The dove hunting is very good and if winter grain crops such as oats or wheat are planted, the deer will be there in large numbers.
The west side of the property is the highest elevation with view to the east for a few miles and providing some really nice building sites for a country home or cabin.
Small acreages like this are rare, so don't wait too long to schedule your appointment to see this property. It might be just what you are looking for!