LOCATION & AREA
Located ten miles west of Morton, Texas in the heart of the dairy industry. Morton is located in the county seat of Cochran County and has a mild, semi-arid climate. On average, Morton receives 18 inches of precipitation per year. Summers in Morton are hot, with high temperatures in the 90s F at night. Winter days in Morton are typically sunny and relatively mild in the mid 50s F, but nights are cold with temperatures dipping to the mid 20s F. The currant population of Morton is approximately 2,000.
ACREAGE & DESCRIPTION
Wall Farm consists of 2,152 +/- acres with 12 Zimmatic sprinklers which is capable of watering 1,680 +/- wet acres. Sprinklers are nozzled from 500 to 650 gals per minute. With it rolling to flat sandy soil Wall Farm has the potential to grow what you need. This farm is capable of growing cotton, corn, milo, alfalfa, sunflowers, wheat, haygrazer, sorhum silage, and peanuts.
WILDLIFE & RECREATION
There is always wildlife that can be seen on the farm such as mule deer, pheasants, blue quail, bobwhite quail, coyotes and an occasional wild pig.
The improvements include a three-bedroom, two-bathroom manufactured home metal barn built in 2008 and insulated with overhangs for storage. There are 36 electric submersible wells along with 12 Zimmatic sprinklers with pipeline tied to each well.
Co-listed with Scott Burton at Mason & Morse Ranch Company