The renowned VAQUERO RANCH South Pasture Trophy Game Hunting Ranch is now for sale. (Several corporations that have sent clients/guests to hunt often ask is this beautiful property ever going to be for sale?) This trophy game hunting ranch has been a year-round family and commercial hunting operation for over ten (10) years. Go to www.vaquero-ranch.com and view the gallery for many photos of hunters and their harvest.
This heavily wooded property is located on the Brazos River in Brazos County, and is approximately seventy (70) miles, or one (1) hour or so from Houston; and fifteen (15) miles from College Station. The entrance is off of Allen Farm Road, which intersects with Highway 159, next to Moore Feeds.
The 2004 survey of record shows the property to be 531.948 acres (approximately 65% of the property borders the Brazos River and separates the historic Terrell Farm and the Moore Farms).
The legal description is A-42 R Millican, A-41 JD Millican Tract, 30.1; 531.948 Acres.
The property has an AG Exempt Valuation from Brazos County and the 2016 taxes are $3,036.03.
There are NO zoning restrictions.
Features and Improvements:
Since the property has been a commercial hunting ranch, it has everything needed to continue, or, simply enjoy with family and friends. Below are the numerous amenities and features that have made the ranch a very popular place to hunt.
Three (3) acre pond, fed year round with a two hundred eighty foot (280) deep water well running 24/7 from two (2) solar rack panels.]
Over 3.5 miles of galvanized eight foot (8) high fence and galvanized posts with two (2) large gates that lead down to the beautiful white sandy river bottom of the Brazos River. Fishing in the river, camping overnight, or riding 4-wheelers up and down the sandy beach can be enjoyed throughout the year.
Thirty foot (30) by sixty foot (60) metal barn on slab with water, electricity, bathroom, shower, small office and large open area to store and enjoy.
Direct TV with outdoor satellite to enjoy year-round before and after hunts.
Large commercial walk-in cooler with capacity of eight (8) to ten (10) skinned animals.
Custom made overhead game rack with six (6) quartz lighting fixtures and four (4) winches manufactured by Outback Wildlife.
Custom designed stainless steel double sinks with high pressure water.
Small fire pit with a covered deck patio and large aluminum table and benches.
Water well and pump house next to metal barn.
Rifle and pistol range 100 yards. Includes covered wood building, bench seats, rifle rack that can accommodate two (2) shooters at once.
Commercial diesel and gasoline five hundred (500) gallon fuel tanks, with pump.
Whitetail Deer and Exotics:
The owner is a deer breeder and started stocking the property with whitetail deer and certain exotics in 2004. The two hundred forty (240) plus deer that were released have microchips in the ears for tracking and harvest purposes. The genetics and bloodlines include the famed Buddy Jordan, Lee Wheeler, Paco Deer Co., Gene Gonzales and Tommy Dugger.
The ranch has six (6) 5x9 corporate rifle blinds with staircases custom made by Atascosa Wildlife Supply. Additionally, each blind has a one thousand pound (1,000 lb.) heavy-duty protein feeder and five hundred pound (500 lb.) corn feeder on skids located approximately two hundred feet (200) from each blind.
Certificate of Adjudication No. 12-5285 for Water Rights:
The property has senior water rights that date back to June 1,1987 granted by the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality (TCEQ). The TCEQ has granted the owner the right to divert one hundred eighty-five (185) acre-feet of water per year from the Brazos River for irrigation and/or agriculture needs. Said water rights will and can be conveyed with the sale.
No mineral rights are owned or would be conveyed.
Farming and Agriculture:
The property has approximately seventy (70) acres low fenced for year-round hay production of one hundred eighty (180) bales several times yearly.
Hwy 6 to Hwy 159 to Millican, continue on 159 South and take a right by the historic Allen Farm town barns (home to Moore Feeds and Terrell Farm) onto Allen Farm Road. The ranch is at the end of Allen Farm Road and the Brazos River. Do not trespass, call for a viewing appointment.