NE Oklahoma Ranches

We may live on Grand Lake but both Aaron and I have a background in ranching and farming and know the ranching industry well. We enjoy showing and selling ranches/farms in NE Oklahoma. There is not alot of turnover in ranch land in NE Oklahoma but occasionally we run across a nice place someone wants sold. Last year we sold the Shoffner Ranch, a 4200 acre spread just outside Vinita, OK in cooperation with my longtime friend, John Wildin of Doug Wildin and Associates of Hutchinson, Kansas. John works large farms, ranches, and feedlots only and has been very successful at this in Kansas and Texas and other areas. We enjoy working together on Oklahoma ranches.

We have a ranch we are working on now together. It is south of Tulsa, Oklahoma about 30 minutes. It is a 2700 acre m/l ranch with a nice ranch owner home overlooking a pretty valley that is about 4000 square feet m/l. It also has an 1800 m/l square foot foreman’s home and another smaller home, both of the smaller homes are currently rented out. The owners have nearly all mineral rights and have current oil production on ranch. The ranch will be offered both with 1/2 mineral rights or all mineral rights at different prices. The ranch has 30+ ponds and is crossed fenced very nice. It has a newer machine shed. There is rural water on the ranch.

Ranch owners would like to sell to move closer to family and grandkids and buy a smaller ranch so they may semi-retire. They have a ready to use ranch in good condition and well taken care of. Owners are eager to move. Call Aaron Hughes at 918 801-5645 or or Joe Neill at 918 640-3300 or for more info or to set up a showing. We are the Grand Lake Team at RE/MAX Grand Lake in Grove, OK. If you want to buy a ranch, this could be the one for you. It has good soils and a great location. Don’t tarry on this one.

If you have a ranch to sell, give us a call and let us tell you about our marketing plan and experience in ranching.

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