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Bailey County, TX: ±241 acres, Grass Land

±241 acres of raw land acres located in south Bailey County now available. Property is established with native grasses dotted with a few shade trees. Located 10 minutes from Morton, TX with paved FM 54 frontage. The area is known for dryland cotton and milo production, cattle grazing, and is in vicinity of center pivot irrigated parcels. This portion of Bailey County falls within the antelope/pronghorn range. Mule deer are abundant in the area., as the Muleshoe National Wildlife Reserve is only 3 miles away. Property was once in CRP and has potential to be re-enrolled; There is potential for this parcel to be Organic Certified, since no herbicides/pesticides have been used on the farm for over a decade. There is a water well and electricity on the property, along with an old abandoned homestead.  There is also a high possibility for issuance of "Landowner Pronghorn Hunting Permits" by TPWD.


***See map, pictures, and details below***

For more information or property inquiries, call or text ANYTIME:


806- 853-SELL (7355)  or email

Please reference Property Id: Enochs 14915

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Property Details:

  • ±241 acres, 1.4 miles west of the Enochs, TX community in Bailey County

  • High Plains Ecoregion

  • ~11 miles to Morton, TX (Pop: 1,668)

  • ~25 miles to Muleshoe, TX (Pop: 5,090)

  • ~56 miles to Clovis, NM (Pop: 37,988)

  • ~65 miles to Lubbock, TX (Pop: 263,930)

  • All land acreage comprised of native grassland

  • All weather, paved FM 54 frontage on the south property line

  • County Road 1292 on the north property line

  • Electricity on FM 54

  • 1 domestic well, previously used for cattle

  • HWY 214 1.5 miles away

  • NO wetlands

  • Ag exempt

  • Soils Report: Non-Irrigated class, suited for Moderate Grazing, or Moderate Cultivation

  • High population of Mule Deer, and in Pronghorn range, both species spotted multiple times on the property.

  • Potential for issuance of "Landowner Pronghorn Hunting Permits" by TPWD (see Texas Parks and Wildlife Pronghorn Permits Page)

  • In High Plains Under Water Conservation District

  • Saturated aquifer thickness of ~20-40 ft, per High Plains Water District

  • Would make a great homestead tract, grazing acreage, hunting parcel, or re-enrolled in CRP.

  • NO seller imposed deed restrictions

  • 2022 property taxes: $480.96

  • Sudan School District
  • Priced at $1199 per acre or $288,959

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