Tbd Job Rd Howe, Ok , Howe, Oklahoma, 74953
Location: This 80+/- acre property is located on Job road in Howe, OK. It is conveniently located only 1.5 miles west off of State Highway 59. It approximately 8 miles south of Poteau, OK. There are numerous churches, clinics, and a hospital within minutes. Areas points of interest include Lake Wister and Cedar Lake parks, the over 1 million acres of the Ouachita National Forrest, the Kiamichi Mountains, Cedar Lake Equestrian center and riding trails. Leflore County has a diverse stable economy. Ft. Smith Arkansas is only 40 minutes away, 3.5 hours from Dallas, 1.5 hours from Tulsa and 2.5 hours from Oklahoma City.
Utilities: The property is served by a rural water district out of Howe, OK. The electricity is provided by a rural electric cooperative. Natural gas and phone services also available.
Land: This property has almost 1/4 mile of paved road frontage. Three phase electric is located less than ¼ mile from this property. The majority of the land is improved pasture land and has been used for cattle grazing and hay meadows for many years by the same family. There are multiple home sites on this property with about as pretty as a view as you could ask for. The location to town, schools, and shopping makes this a very desirable property. This is a turnkey cattle ranch that has been methodically setup and designed to be productive, user friendly, and efficient. The soils are known to be very fertile in this area. The large steel overhead with a set of double gates serves as entrance to the property is located in the center of south border. There is a private driveway that leads you thru the property and takes you to an approximately 1acre area that serves as parking and an equipment yard that contains the shop, barn, corrals, and working pens. There are multiple gates placed on each side of driveway to conveniently move cattle to the corrals or to different pastures. As you go up the driveway toward the barns the elevation gradually gets higher leading to a higher flat plateau that is studded with mature pine trees that offers outstanding views for many miles. Then gradually sloping to the north of this plateau is more pasture and a 1.5-acre pond. There is a stock pond located in every pasture that are good for fishing and providing water for livestock and wildlife The property is fenced on all sides and has multiple cross fences for rotational grazing and separation of livestock. The exterior fences are 6 strand barbed wire with steel post and the interior and cross fences are 5 strand barb wire and steel post.
Pasture 1: This tract is located just inside the entry on the right, it is approximately 7 acres in size and has a nice clean stocked pond.
Pasture 2: This tract is just north of pasture 1 and is approximately 10 acres in size with a nice clean stocked pond.
Pasture 3: This tract is located just north of pasture 2. It is approximately 2.5 acres in size and connects to the barn and working pens. There is another stocked pond located in this pasture. This tract is set up perfectly to fence line wean calves or for straightening out newly purchased yearlings that need to be easily caught to doctor.
Pasture 4: This tract is located to the left of entrance and is approximately 25 acres and again has a nice clean stocked pond. This is about as smooth of a hay meadow it gets that produces giant yields of quality hay.
Pasture 5: This approximately 31-acre tract contains the ridge / plateau which is the premier building spot on this place and in my opinion as pretty of a location as any in the county. There is an approximately 1.5-acre large deep pond that is very clean and heavily stocked with fish including hybrid Florida Bass. The Owner reports 8+ pound bass are commonly caught from this pond. Scattered trees and another excellent pasture.
Barn: 40X60 steel barn with 14 ft. sidewalls with gutters to manage runoff. The barn and sheds have water hydrants, florescent lighting, and plug ins. The south shed coming off of it measures 30x60 with pipe corrals built under it and a built in 40 ft. steel feed bunk. There is a north shed that measures 12x60. Open to large holding/sorting pen and corral. The center of this barn holds over 200 round bales of hay.
Shop: 40x60 steel construction that is fully insulated with florescent lighting and loaded with plug ins. 14 foot sidewalls and it has two electric motor driven roll up garage doors. There is a 12x40 shed coming off of the south end that has florescent lighting, and serves as a covered area for the Filson Squeeze Chute, a long alley way that is fed by a solid siding crowding tub. There is a covered walkway alongside of chute and alley that is set up to be a one-man operation. Inside the shop there is a 10x20 framed and reinsulated room and a 20x30 framed and reinsulated room. These two could be easily finished into a bardominium with living quarters.
Corral: Steel constructed set in concrete with multiple dividers, welded on steel gates, sorting areas, and holding pens.