The Troglin Ranch is located approximately 3.5 miles south of Eden with access from U.S. Highway 83 by way of a laned and deeded caliche road. U.S. Highway 83 is a divided, 4 lane highway at this point providing easy access to the property.
The Troglin Ranch has been in the same family for many years. Terrain on the ranch is level to slightly sloping. The property consists of native pasture and an old CRP field that has a regrowth of mesquite creating good hunting habitat. Grasses are primarily native; however, there is some B-Dahl Blue Stem in the old field. The entire ranch has a solid turf of grasses.
Brush species on the ranch consist of scattered live oaks, mesquite, hackberry trees, agarita, prickly pear and other brush species native to the area.
The ranch is watered by one water well on an electric submersible pump that distributes water to several troughs providing water to both wildlife and livestock.
This area of the Edwards Plateau is known for quality white-tailed deer and turkey numbers and The Troglin Ranch provides excellent hunting opportunities for both.
Electricity is on site.
A portion of the minerals will convey with an acceptable offer. There is oil production on the neighboring properties.
Photography by Steven Short (www.sshortphoto.com).
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