Jim Hogg County




Palomas Ranch - SOLD

2365 acres

Situated South of Hebbronville TX on Hwy 1017, in an area well known for its wildlife, this ranch offers the best of both worlds. The ranch is split almost down the middle by the much desired South Texas Sand Sheet, known for creating the optimum in quail hunting habitat, and the South Texas Brush Country desired for growing big White Tails. The Palomas Ranch naturally has what so many try to mechanically create. Country like this is rarely available.

Location: Located in the Southern portion of Jim Hogg County, the Palomas Ranch sits along the West side of Hwy 1017; about 3 miles North of Agua Nueva, TX and 23 miles South of Hebbronville, TX.

Access: The main entrance to the ranch is off of Hwy 1017. It is an all-weather caliche road that leads to the ranch HQ.

HWY Frontage: The East fence line fronts Hwy 1017 for approx. 2.42 miles.

Facilities/Utilities: The ranch HQ are located on the North side of the property. There are two trailer homes and an old ranch house that are all clean and in working/living condition. Also on the site is a large two-bay barn, a deer and bird cleaning facility, dog kennels and a storage building. The facilities are watered by a well located at the HQ via electric pump. Power comes in from the Hwy to the HQ by an above ground cable.

Water: There are six water wells on the ranch: three powered by windmills, two at the HQ powered by electric pumps, and one abandoned oil field well. Well depths range from 100-400 ft.

Minerals: Minerals and Executive Rights are being offered. The ranch has been 3D'd and it has been drilled on. Currently there is one producing well on the ranch.

Roads: The ranch consists mostly of dirt roads; however there are some excellent caliche roads that make getting around the ranch easy.

Fencing: The fencing divides the ranch into three large pastures with three smaller traps situated around the HQ. The North and South perimeter lines are high-fenced and the East and West perimeter lines are low-fenced.

Quail Country - SOLD

1600 acres

This ranch is located 23 miles south of Hebbronville on the east side of Highway 1017. Access to the ranch is good via a 1.1-mile all-weather easement road. The property is approximately 80% low-fenced and 20% high-fenced. The habitat is a very good mix for quail and deer. Good native quail country is hard to find. This ranch has an estimated 50% open country suitable for running bird dogs. The ranch is watered by a windmill, and cross-fenced in 4 pastures with cattle pens in the center.