Land Division

Taylor Ridge Ranch

Hall County Ranch

Jones County Ranch

Taylor Ridge Ranch

992.5 Acres in Taylor County at the dead end of Summerhill Rd.

Taylor Ridge Ranch is one of the most beautiful properties we have ever sold.  It has breath-taking views of downtown Abilene, Dyess AFB, as well as views of the entire valley between Abilene and Sweetwater.  The property has several high ridges and awesome canyons that create a very unique combination of topography to the area.  There are many lakes and ponds on the property that draw wildlife and aid in the beauty of the place.

Location:  4 miles NW of Abilene at the dead end of Summerhill Rd.  (just West if the intersection of Summerhill Rd and Hayter Rd.)

Acreage:  992.5 total acres.  There are several previously cultivated fields with the majority of the property being covered by Mesquite and Cedars pasture.

The ranch has been divided into ranchette-style tracts ranging from 17 to 76 acres with an average size of 39 acres.  The property will have all-weather access roads leading to all tracts.

Topography: The topography is rolling along the higher areas of the property. Because of the soil types in this area, the property is able to grow lots of vegetation on most areas of the ranch.

There are several locations with high points that make incredible views of the surrounding area.  These spots will make awesome home sites with breath taking views.  This will be country living with game in your yard, while being 5 minutes from the conveniences of the big city of Abilene. 

Elevations range from 1713 to 1836 feet above sea level.

Water: Each tract will have water available from Sun Water.

Minerals: None available

Price:  Range from $2500 to $6000 per acre depending on size and location

Hunting: This area has and abundance of whitetail deer, quail, turkey, ducks, and feral hogs. Many species of predatory animals include coyotes, bobcats, with some large cats seen in the area.

Contact Jason Krueger for more information.


Hall County Smith Ranch


Location: The Smith Ranch is located approximately 9 miles north of historic Turkey, Texas in the Caprock Breaks of the eastern Palo Duro Canyon. Access to the ranch is good with nearly two miles of paved highway frontage on the east side of State Highway 70.

Acres: 1,798.85 acres, more or less

Terrain: The Smith Ranch is situated in the Caprock Breaks of the eastern part of the Palo Duro Canyon. The terrain of the ranch is a good combination of productive uplands and ridges, descending to scenic canyons and bottoms. The majority of the ranch drains to the south towards Turkey Creek and the Little Red River. These prominent drainages meander through the southern part of the ranch. A fence is located on the north side of the river in order to keep livestock out of the river sands. Cottonwood Canyon traverses the northern part of the ranch. Several scenic and rugged draws drain the uplands. Elevations range from approximately 2,260’ MSL in the northeast corner of the ranch, descending to 2,010’ MSL in the Little Red River bottom.

The ranch has a moderate concentration of mesquite and cedar. Mesquite is found primarily on the uplands and ridges with cedar more common in the breaks and on the sideslopes. A considerable amount of brush work has been done in the northern part of the ranch. Scattered hardwoods are found in the draw and canyon bottoms. The turf of native grass is in good condition given the historically conservative stocking rate. The vegetation and terrain of this scenic ranch offers exceptional habitat for wildlife.

Water: The ranch is watered by a combination of wells and surface water. There is one windmill, with drinking trough, located in the northern part of the ranch. The ranch also features six earthen tanks and live water in Turkey Creek.

Hunting and Recreation: The recreational features of the Smith Ranch are excellent. The location, terrain, vegetation and years of excellent stewardship make this ranch a fine hunting property. Both mule deer and white-tail deer inhabit the area, as well as, aoudad, quail, hogs, bobcats, etc. The ranch has the added benefit of having only two adjoining land owners, each with large land holdings.

Contact Jason Krueger for more information.


Jones County Ranch


Excellent Texas ranch land property, located at the corner of US Hwy 180 and FM 600, approximately 945.71 +/- acres mesquite pastureland and approximately 224.29 +/- acres cultivated land. There is an excellent set of cattle pens, and the ranch has great fencing on all sides. Great Deer and Quail hunting! Stock water is provided by several surface tanks, as well as rural water.


Contact Jason Krueger for more information.



Mailing: 208 Hewitt Dr., Ste. 103 #342
Waco, TX 76712


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