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160 acres in Knox County

Munday, Knox County, Texas, United States

Property Details

  • Price: $392,000
  • Land Size: 160 acres
  • Property Type: Land for Sale
  • Property Status: Pending

Property Information


Located in Knox County 5 miles northeast of Munday, Texas on County Roads 4354 and 4343.


This 160 acre, well developed agricultural tract, is located approximately five miles northeast of Munday, Texas along County Roads 4343 and 4354, less than 3 miles north of Highway 277 in Eastern Knox County. Munday Farm features excellent, sandy loam soil that is outstanding for both cool and warm weather crops and grasses. The tract would make an excellent small cattle operation with the amenities and irrigation on hand. Tucked in a protected strip of bull mesquite and scattered hackberry hardwoods is a former homestead location. This homesite features one domestic well, concrete cellar, windmill well, older barn, and a livestock pen. Modern improvements include two irrigation wells as well as a 6-tower Zimmatic Irrigation Pivot located in the center of the property. Interior and exterior fencing is excellent with pipe gated entrances and a combination of 5-stranded barbed wire and net fencing that creates five separate pastures on the property. Two strategically placed concrete water troughs are plumbed from the domestic well and supply livestock water to four of these pastures. This desirable soil allows the capability of growing both dryland native grasses and irrigated crops. Multiple electrical service points are available on the farm’s south and west sides. The afore mentioned mesquite and hardwoods, coupled with diverse agricultural crops, and dependable water supply make Munday Farms a dove hunters dream while also providing a great shade area for livestock! The long stretch of trees on the west boundary provides plenty of room for friends and family to shade up and bag a limit of dove that roost along this stretch. Munday Farm deserves serious consideration for buyers looking for irrigation, concentrated grazing, ready to go water for livestock, and added recreational activities on the Rolling Plains in North Texas.


One Domestic Well with Two Concrete Water Troughs, Older Homestead (Barn, Cellar, Corral, and Windmill), 6-Tower Zimmatic Irrigation Pivot, Two Irrigation Wells, Excellent Fencing with 5 Separate Pastures (Portions 5-Stranded Barbed Wire and Net Wire Fencing), Pipe Gated Entrances, Multiple Electrical Service Points Available, County Road 4343 and 4354 Frontage Access Roads.


Dove, Wild Hog and Varmints.

FSA Info:

Base acres: Wheat 37.7 acres, yield 24.4, currently in ARC/county – Peanuts 10.38 acres. Yield 3,243, Currently in PLC – Seed Cotton 7.62 acres, yield 934#, Currently in ARC/County – 2022 FSA Payment was $661.

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Contact Information

Andrew Pennington
Andrew Pennington
(940) 838-8112
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