The Riggan Farm is located just 2.7+/- miles east of Pearsall in Frio County. The property is a versatile 1,436+/- acre farm with 2 Carrizo aquifer irrigation wells servicing 8 pivot irrigation systems with some native brush, offering a buyer the opportunity to farm, graze, and hunt all on one property. The property is dividable into two tracts.
The Riggan Farm is a versatile 1,436+/- acre farm with 2 Carrizo aquifer irrigation wells servicing 8 pivot irrigation systems and approximately 167+/- acres of native brush just 2.7 miles east of Pearsall Texas in Frio County offering a buyer the opportunity to farm, graze, and hunt all on one property. The property is dividable into two tracts each having an irrigation well with one tract being mainly farmland and the other tract including pivots, brush and stock tanks offering a multi-use type property (hunting, farming, and grazing). The 727+/- acre SW track has (1) irrigation well, (2) full circle pivots, (1) 60% circle pivot and (1) 1/4 circle pivot. The 709+/- acres NE tract has (1) full pivot circle, (1) 90% pivot circle and (1) 1/4 circle pivot along with the hunters house, caretakers mobile home and includes native brush along with (2) large stock tanks.
The Riggan Farm is accessible off paved highway 140 East just 2.7 miles from Pearsall Texas which is less than a one hour drive South of San Antonio along I-35. There is approximately a little over one mile of Hwy. 140 frontage and ¾ of a mile of County Road 3300 frontage.
The Riggan farm is in the desirable red sandy dirt of Frio County well known for growing peanuts and potatoes as well as corn, misc. grains and sunflowers. NRCS soil survey data identifies the soils on this farm consist of (27.5% RBC,16.3% MgB, 9.9% CoB, 6% DvC, 5.6% Pe, 5.6% HYD, 5.1% DvB, 4% WoB) reference Web Soil Survey/National Cooperative Soil Survey Version 18, September 14, 2018 from USDA/NRCS.
Improvements on the property include: (2) Carrizo Irrigation Wells, (5) 8 tower pivots and (3) 7 tower pivots, (4) full circle pivots irrigate approximately 120 acres each for a total of 480 acres, (3) 1/4 pivots, (1) 60% pivot, and (1) 90% pivot. Other structures include: (1) large grain storage bin, (6) smaller grain storage bins, (3) implement/equipment metal sheds, (2) closed in metal barns, (1) hunter house, (1) older mobile home. A good low fence perimeter and multiple cross fencing is in place.
This area of South Texas has exceptional habitat to support native game: whitetail deer, Bobwhite quail, javelina, mourning/white wing dove, and Rio Grande turkey. With the 167 acres of native brush, large stock tanks, and fallow farm fields there is a good number of Quail coveys present, some Whitetail Deer and excellent Dove hunting opportunities on this farm.
The property includes: (2) Carrizo Irrigation Wells, 2 large stock tanks of which one can be filled with a nearby irrigation well, one domestic water well needs to be reworked at the headquarters and one domestic well supports the hunters and caretakers house.
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