Majoma RanchDuval County
Located in the Quail Hunting Capital of Texas is the magnificent 960-acre Majoma Ranch. Between Falfurrias and Hebbronville, in Duval County, the sandy soils, impressive native grass varieties, water sources, and gently sloping landscape make this three-sided low-fenced ranch the epitome of fine South Texas hunting. The cross-fenced pastures, 64 acres under pivot, and irrigation quality water make this property a successful layout for cattle and farming operations. A shooting range, private lakefront view, 1,500 square foot terrace, and fantastic outdoor fire area create the perfect atmosphere for top-notch entertaining. A well-developed road system, 6,540 feet of frontage on Hwy 285, 6,404 feet of frontage on Sejita Road, and less than a 30-minute drive from both Hebbronville and Fallfurias airports make traveling to and from the Majoma Ranch second thought to the experience that awaits.
Improvements: Two three-phase irrigation wells, each holding a $100,000 value, supply water to the two one-acre+ retention ponds and the two pivots irrigating 64 acres. With two providing water to the main house and the foreman’s house, the four additional electric water wells are in top condition. The 6,540 feet of HWY 285 frontage is high-fenced, with the remaining three sides of the ranch being low-fenced. An expertly designed underground water system pipes water to troughs and irrigation pivots. Enhancing cattle operations are the four cross-fenced pastures and heavy-duty steel paneled cattle pens sheltered by an open-sided steel barn.
The main house is 4,174 +/- square feet of living area with a 1,500 square foot terrace, 961 square foot garage, 600 square foot outdoor fire area, and a marble-topped outdoor kitchen accommodated by 300 square feet of his and her’s outdoor restrooms. The foreman house is 2,500 +/- square feet with an additional garage and porch.
Landscape: The flat, gently sloped terrain with cleared pastures and sandy soils provide the desired habitat for superior Quail hunting and farmland.
Vegetation: The advanced water system and vegetation of the Majoma ranch promote wildlife health and the highly successful Quail, Dove, Duck, and Whitetail seasons on the property. Pecan trees, native brush for browsing, and 50+ NRCS plant biologists identified native grasses, including Guinee, Coastal Bermuda, Paspalum, Hooded Windmill, and Sand Dropseed thrive abundantly. A healthy crop of sunflowers currently reaching maturation is in place for the end-of-summer dove migration making the Majoma Ranch the hunter’s turn-key choice of 2021.
Wildlife: Located in the heart of the Quail Capital of Texas, the Majoma Ranch boasts unprecedented numbers of this and many other fowl fauna. Rio Grande Turkey, Whitewing and Morning Dove, Duck, Whitetail Deer, Cattle, and feral hogs thrive on the Majoma Ranch. The large neighboring ranches encourage wildlife movement through the property, with the largest of these neighbors covering 40,000 acres. Hunting restricted to family-only makes the Majoma Ranch the top place to be this year for any South Texas hunting enthusiast.
Farm & Ranch: In the past, leasing of the Majoma Ranch supported profitable farming operations. The highly engineered water system and irrigation quality water provided from the Duval County Irrigation District make this ranch a sought-after location for lucrative watermelon crops. A highly successful cattle operation benefiting from the two retention ponds, water troughs, and four cross-fenced pastures is currently running on the property.