The Nichol Ranch is located approximately 13 miles south of Loraine in the eastern part of Mitchell County. The property is accessed by Mitchell County Road 430.
The Nichol Ranch encompasses approximately 642 acres of native pasture and farmland. Terrain on the ranch varies from gently rolling country with deeper soils in the northern part of the ranch to more rugged and rockier country in the southern part of the ranch.
Elevations on the ranch range between 2,200 feet above sea level and 2,250 feet above sea level.
There is approximately 123 acres of dry farm land that has historically been planted in wheat.
The native pasture provides good cover for wildlife. Brush density on the southern portion of the ranch is considered moderate to heavy. Brush species on the ranch consist of mesquite, cedar, agarita, whitebrush and other species native to the area.
Water on the ranch is provided by one water well and three dirt tanks. The well is equipped with an electric pump and is piped to the hunters camp and one dirt tank. The well is only used when the dirt tank's levels get low.
The ranch offers good hunting opportunities for white-tail deer, turkey, quail and dove.
The Sellers will convey all owned minerals which is believed to be 25% of the executive rights, 25% of the rights to receive bonuses and delay rentals and 25% of the royalty.
All information deemed reliable but not guaranteed and should be independently verified. All properties are subject to prior sale, change or withdrawal.