Gray County Grass and Cropland Auction

Gray County Grass and Cropland Auction

On Thursday, November 18th at 2:00 pm CST we will offer at auction a total of 955 +/- acres of Grassland and Cropland that is located south of Pampa, Texas in Gray County. This acreage will be divided into six surface tracts.   Tracts 1, 2, & 3 are contiguous with good to average old perimeter and cross fences. The fence between Tracts 1 & 2 will need to be replaced, if these Tracts are not purchased together. All three Tracts have some old oil production. Some wells are still producing and some are not. The Sellers own no minerals under this Section. The water well on Tract 1 currently can furnish water to all three Tracts. A pipeline runs across the Section from the well on Tract 1 to Tract 3.

Tracts 4, 5, & 6 are contiguous with FM 293 access.

There will also be a Tract 7 which is a Mineral Tract. This mineral tract cannot be combined with any other tract. This consists of one-third (1/3) of all mineral interest with royalties under Tracts 4, 5, and 6.

Tract 1

This 242 +/- acre tract has SH 70 access.  It is mostly expired CRP with Bluestem grass.  It is level to sloping-rolling grassland with mostly loam soils. There are approximately 40 acres of native grass with a draw that drains to the north toward the North Fork of the Red River.  In the southeast corner of this tract is a domestic well with an electric submersible pump, as well as an old garage and other old livestock sheds and pens.

Tract 2

This 167 +/- acre tract is mostly level to slightly sloping grassland with loam soils. All of this tract is expired CRP with Bluestem grass. Access is provided by SH 70 on the east and Davis Rd on the south.

Tract 3

With great access provided by Davis Rd on the south and Thomas Rd on the west, this 226 +/- acre tract provides some good grazing opportunities. The terrain is rolling to rough, and there is a large draw that drains to the north toward the North Fork of the Red River.  This tract has mostly loam soils and native grasses with approximately 40 acres of Bluestem grass.  

Tract 4

Mostly loam soils make up this 145 +/- acre tract. This native grassland is expired CRP land. Approximately 92 acres have been plowed.  It is fenced on the north, west, and east sides and has a cross fence between the expired CRP and the native grass.  There is a small dirt tank in the northwest corner of the tract. FM 293 runs along the north side of this tract.

Tract 5

This 160 +/- acre tract is all cultivated dryland with loam soils. It is fenced on the east, west, and south sides.  FM 293 runs along the east side of this tract. 

Tract 6

There are approximately 15 acres in this homestead tract along FM 293. It is a level tract with Bluestem grass. There is a domestic well at the house. The 1,560 sq. ft. (Gray CAD), three bedroom, one bath frame house was built in 1950, and it has central heat and air. The HVAC unit is approximately five years old. There is also a 1,008 sq. ft. (Gray CAD) three car detached garage, also built in 1950. Other outbuildings include a 40’ x 60’ old wood frame barn with concrete floor and an attached enclosed shed and another old barn.  Open House on this Tract Thursday, November 4th 11:30 am - 1:30 pm.

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