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±326.23 acres, CRP Land: Stegall, TX

±326.23 acres of raw CRP land acres located in Bailey County now available. Property is established with native grasses and makes a nice and easy return on investment of $12,760 annually until 2032.  This portion of Bailey County falls within the antelope/pronghorn range. Antelope are abundant in the area, and mule deer are periodically spotted, along with blue quail and dove. There is potential for this parcel to be broken out of CRP to be Organic Certified, since no herbicides/pesticides have been used on the farm for a number of years. There is electricity on the property at the county roads which run along the property borders.  There is also a high possibility for issuance of "Landowner Pronghorn Hunting Permits" by TPWD.

This property is for sale along with 3 other properties (2 of them income producing in the CRP program). This property can be bought separately or in entirety.


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


806- 853-SELL (7355)  or email

Please reference Property Id: Stegall ID 45952-3

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Property Details:

  • ±326.23 acres, 0.5 miles south of the Stegall, TX community in Bailey County

  • High Plains Ecoregion

  • ~28 miles to Muleshoe, TX (Pop: 5,090),~29 miles to Morton, TX (Pop: 1,668)~45 miles to Clovis, NM (Pop: 37,988), ~78 miles to Lubbock, TX (Pop: 263,930)

  • All land acreage comprised of native grassland

  • Currently Enrolled in CRP Program until 2032. Annual Payment= $12,760

  • All weather, single lane paved FM 51 frontage on the west property line

  • County Road 1223 on south property line for ~0.5miles 

  • Electricity on FM 51 and CR 1223

  • FM 298 0.5 miles away

  • In between two wildlife reserves: Muleshoe Nat'l Refuge (~8 miles) and Grulla Nat'l Refuge (9 miles)

  • Minimal wetlands

  • Ag exempt, 2022 property taxes: $323.47

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

  • In Mule Deer and Pronghorn range, blue quail and dove range.

  • 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

  • Would make a great homestead tract, grazing acreage, hunting parcel, or organic dryland farm

  • NO seller imposed deed restrictions

  • All owned mineral, wind, and solar right to convey

  • Sudan School District
  • Price: $850/acre, or $277,295

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