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Texas Hunting Land, LLC

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1,250 acres in Shackelford County

Moran, Shackelford County, Texas, United States

Property Details

  • Price: $4,987,500
  • Land Size: 1250 acres
  • Property Type: Land for Sale
  • Property Status: Active

Property Information


Located in Shackelford County 13 miles southeast of Albany, just west of the community of Moran on FM 576.


The Deep Creek Ranch is a superb multi-use property located in central Shackelford County, Texas only 45 minutes from Abilene and 15 miles north of Interstate 20. This picturesque ranch features Deep Creek flowing through it, providing dependable water year-round along with 6-plus ponds that provide additional surface water for livestock and fishing/waterfowl hunting activities. The 1,250 acres has been crossed fenced to allow rotational grazing and pipe gated entry points for peace of mind. A well-built pipe corral with working chute is located in the center of the property providing easy management of the herd. In addition, a grain silo and haystack lot east of the pens provides storage for crops throughout the year. Furthermore, Deep Creek Ranch has four large, cultivated areas totaling 239 acres of rich, well-drained soil that are suited for hay/grain production or wildlife food plots. Large neighboring ranches have made Shackleford County iconic for trophy whitetail in North Texas, and Deep Creek Ranch is no exception, with excellent potential for Whitetail Deer, Rio Grande turkey, Dove, Bobwhite Quail, varmints, and wild hog. The hunting is above average for this area as the creeks allow excellent travel corridors and the ranch has not been actively hunted in a few years! Property access is convenient with paved highway access on FM 576 and 2312 as well as County Road 124 access along the north boundary. A nice, elevated ridge extends to the northwest side of the ranch and would be a great build location for a home or cabin. Unspoiled views span almost 180 degrees for miles across the Rolling Plains. Electrical service runs through the center of the property and several connection points have been established including multiple RV hookups for campers. Dependable rural water is available along the north boundary and provided by Fort Griffin Special Use District. This acreage has the potential for a division into several smaller tracts, add additional grazing to that growing cattle operation, or to own as a phenomenal hunting and recreational property.


Pipe Corrals, Grain Storage Silo, Pipe Cattle Corrals, Established Electrical Service with Multiple RV Hookups, Four Crop Fields (239 total acres of cultivation), Good Fencing with Divided Pastures and Pipe Gated Entrances, Rural Water Available, Paved road frontage on two sides, 1.25 Miles of Deep Creek Frontage (Year-round water) and 1.3 Miles of Cordwood Creek Frontage (Seasonal).


Whitetail Deer, Bobwhite Quail, Rio Grande Turkey, Dove, Varmint, Wild Hog, Waterfowl, and Fishing.

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Contact Information

Andrew Pennington
Andrew Pennington
(940) 838-8112
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