19331 W. 33rd Street S.
Haskell, OK 74436-8873
Cattle Ranch located 45 minutes southeast of Tulsa. Approximately 660 lush acres with two creeks and seven ponds. 70 percent open pasture with wildlife-filled woods in bottom land around Cane Creek. Carrying capacity is estimated to be from 177 to 200 momma cows depending on management and weather. NRC indicates nearly 20,000 tons of vegetation produced on a normal year. Grasses include improved Bermuda, fescue, clover, and native grasses. Web soil survey shows most of the land is considered prime farmland. Crops were grown on this land before current owner acquired the property in the 1970's. Owner states that there are a thousand native pecan trees. The old Craftsman-style house was built in the 1920's or early 1930's; exterior walls are concrete with brick veneer; roofs have been replaced recently with a warranty; the house is heated by gas from a nearby gas well on the property. Minerals are being reserved. Located in Haskell midway between Okmulgee and Muskogee.