Now Offered in Multiple Tracts
Farmland or Hunting/Recreational Land Available

Current List Price:
For the Entirety: $1175/acre
East or West Tract: $1350/acre
Northeast Pasture: $900/acre

United Country | Strategic Client Services and United Country | Heart of Texoma Realtors

are proud to bring to sale Muddy Creek Ranch; a rare gem located amidst the rolling hills of Texas.

Muddy Creek Ranch is a truly pristine property with a multitude of natural resources. This outdoorsman’s dream has ponds (tanks), food plots and supplies an abundance of whitetail deer, turkey, dove, quail, water fowl, and non-game animals such as bobcats, coyotes and feral hogs.

Muddy Creek Ranch has rarely been deer-hunted in over ten years, is closely managed by a wildlife specialist and observed by a biologist in affiliation with the Texas Forest Service. Each detail of the ranch is a piece of an intricate plan, carefully designed and crafted to contribute to the overall theme of management and conservation of the property. Watch additional wildlife videos


  • 397± acres of native pasture
  • 211.5± acres of cultivation
  • 56.2± acres of Conservation Reserve Program
  • 5 water features including a 5± acre lake & 2± acre lake
  • Partial mineral rights conveyed in oil producing country & full wind rights
  • Extensive primary road system with secondary roads, providing access to all areas of the property
  • Property separated by highway, a great feature to be able to hunt one side & not disrupt the other
  • Rural water & utilities are available


  • Grazing rights/leasing
  • Hunting rights/leasing
  • Oil & natural gas rights/leasing
  • Conservation Research
    Program land leasing
  • Wind rights leasing

10 point 143 inch w/ 5 inch bases, back line 10″ & 21 main beam (Boone & Crockett scoring).


Wildlife is dependent on food, water and cover that are necessary for their survival and growth. Muddy Creek Ranch has all of these features such as heavily wooded cover filled with innumerable plant species, to vast fields for planting supplemental food plots. This property also holds numerous large creek-fed bodies of water that flood low lying areas filled with aquatic vegetation as well as large trees for cover and roosting. The large tanks also hold great fishing for perch, catfish and bass.

Game animals that have been observed and hunted on the property include white-tailed deer, Rio Grande turkey, bobwhite and scaled (blue) quail, as well as mourning and white-winged dove. This property is also ideal for hunting and observing non-game animals, waterfowl, reptiles and amphibians.

Haskell County’s deep red soil is known for its fertility and will support many types of crops. Cotton, wheat, maze and peanuts are the main crops grown in this versatile soil. Biodiversity on this landscape is vast. Plants range from aquatic species such as duckweed and duck potato to the rough woody species of mesquite, bumelia, and black brush.

Other plant species found throughout the ranch are prickly pear, sunflower, tasajillo, lotebush, elm and hackberry. Grass species are also abundant, including Texas winter grass, little and big bluestem, Johnson grass, side oats, Bermuda and much more.


This fifth generation family-owned ranch boasts years of history. Muddy Creek Ranch is situated near the Marcy Trail, Captain Randolph Marcy’s Trail 1849-1858 and the McKenzie Trail. The Marcy Trail was a key supply route for the 4th U.S. Calvary. The land of Muddy Creek Ranch was home to pioneers and was a favorite American Indian hunting ground. An original patent deed, granted February 3, 1876, from Governor Richard Coke and the State of Texas to the Texas and Pacific Railway includes land alongside Muddy Creek Ranch for the purpose of railroad expansion. This deed has been given back to the landowner and is included with the property.

In the words of Haskell County historian R.E. Sherrill,
There was something about this country fresh from the hand of the Creator, a kind of drawing power that was irresistible


Haskell is the epitome of a quaint Northwest Texas town. Its historic downtown is home to shops and restaurants and Haskell County boasts wide open pastures and fertile cotton fields. This is an upbeat community centered on family values and traditions. Haskell County is known for its ranching, farming and petroleum and has maintains these lifestyles to this very day.


  • 160± miles west of Fort Worth, 150± miles east of Lubbock
  • 56 miles north of Abilene
  • Major highways in the area include: Hwy 277, 380, 6 & 222
  • Haskell is surrounded by the following counties: Knox, Stonewall, Throckmorton, Shackelford & Jones



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Mark Woodling, AARE, TX Agent #637010, TX Auctioneer #17310


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United Country | Heart of Texoma Realtors
Richard Key, TX Agent #586217

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