Starr County Ranch



The Starr County Ranch is a great combination hunting and cattle ranch. The ranch is approximately 2,040 acres, with nearly 1,050 acres of the best virgin native brush and approximately 890 acres of 35-year-old regrowth brush, as well as Buffel grass. There is an abundance of water, a well-managed whitetail deer herd, tons of quail and great dove hunting. The ranch is located a short distance from the McAllen/ Edinburg area and is bordered on two sides by farmland. Get the ultimate in wing shooting and trophy deer with strong soils that grow the grass and brush. Possibility to divide into two pastures. End of the road privacy.

Habitat: The ranch has a wide range of plant life, with different pastures being highlighted by different soils and vegetation. The ranch ranges from thick, tall South Texas brush with big bull mesquites, to open grass pastures great for quail hunting or raising cattle. The areas with thick South Texas brush have some of the tallest and largest native brush species we have seen.

Wildlife & Hunting: As stated earlier, the ranch has been groomed to benefit all wildlife. The bird hunting is incredible, with hundreds of acres of open areas to run your traditional bird dog operation, lots of water holes to enjoy the incredible dove hunts and thick native brush in different areas to promote growing huge deer. The Rio Grande turkey are everywhere on the ranch, and it has your typical number of wild hogs.

Improvements: An older ranch house, approximately 1,700 square feet that features 3 bedrooms and 2 full bathrooms, sits on the property. In addition, there is a set of working pens located near the house site.

Water: This ranch is very well watered with four electric water wells, miles of 2” water lines that fill water troughs and ponds.

Minerals: None

$ 5,406,000 | 2,040 acres