Fisher Farm’s Tract 2 is approximately 190 acres located in Lamar County, Texas. This very productive farm is located 1 mile south of the Gambill Goose Refuge and about 12 miles west of Paris, Texas. The Farm is a cultivated dryland farm with some mature hardwoods that create a timber break on the southern boundary of the property. An abundance of wildlife, including trophy whitetail deer, wild hogs, ducks, geese and additional game move throughout the property. Traditional harvested crops include corn, soybeans, wheat, cotton, and milo.
The farm is located on CR 33040 about 4 miles north of Brookston, Texas, AND ½ mile East of FM 38 N. The property is 105 miles northeast of Dallas with even closer proximity to McKinney, Allen, Sherman, Bonham and Denison, Texas. The farm is a little over an hour drive from the DFW metroplex which makes this a perfect hunting and farm income investment property.
This highly productive 190 acres has some of the most fertile soil in the state of Texas. This area known as the Blackland Prairie consist of deep rich soil and is well suited to row crop cultivation or growing excellent grass for grazing. Per the NRCS soil map, the farm is categorized as 85-90% prime farmland. This very productive farm has excellent drainage consisting of mostly Class II and III Crockett, Annona loam, silty loam and Wilson soils. Crop production consist of Corn, Milo, Wheat, Soybeans and Cotton. The farm could also be used for excellent hay production.
The Farm is a dryland farm with no current irrigation although there are pivots in the area. The farm receives an average yearly rainfall of 47-49 inches. The farm has 1 pond that provide water for the rich wildlife populations and would provide water for cattle. There is also the possibility to build additional ponds on the property.
The farm is rich in wildlife including Whitetail deer, wild hogs, ducks, geese, and other wild game. The cultivated fields provide excellent food sources for the deer while the timber breaks provide safe bedding areas. The current owner and neighbors report seeing some very high quality bucks. The proximity to the Gambill Goose Refuge makes the farm an ideal location for the ducks and geese to feed in the morning and evenings. The current owner reports seeing Canada geese and Snow geese feeding on the farm throughout the winter, and the ponds thick with ducks. Wild hogs also frequent the timber breaks and will feed in the cultivated fields at times. Dove hunting when planted in corn and milo can rival any location in the state. Having the roost, water and food all in the same place makes this farm unique.