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The Big Iron RanchZavala County, TX, USA
Description: Located less than 20 miles from the city of Uvalde in the northwest corner of Zavala county is the 1,220-acre Big Iron Ranch. This high-fenced ranch produces 190-inch Whitetail bucks from a superior ecosystem reflecting 15+ years of MLD management and hosts a Whitetail heard native only to south Texas genetics.
Landscape/Vegetation: The vibrant south Texas brush variation of the Big Iron Ranch’s flat landscape creates a dense coverage highly desired for wildlife wellness. Numerous clearings of productive seasonal food plots complement the thick terrain, and convenient transit is made possible by an elaborate system of established roads.
Water: Life-sustaining water sources on the Big Iron Ranch support wildlife year-round. Maverick Creek stretches the entire ranch center with gently sloped banks on either side, offering safe access watering. A tank stocked with Florida bass, two additional tanks, and multiple solar-well-water troughs span the property.
Wildlife: Available to own within the sale of the ranch or as a stand-alone purchase is the established herd of 50± buffalo roaming The Big Iron Ranch’s 1,220 acres. The herd consists of mature bulls, cows, and calves.
Minerals: The owner is believed to own 25% of the minerals, and they are negotiable.
Other: A number of the deer blinds and feeders on the ranch will convey to the new owner.
Directions: From Uvalde, take Hwy 90 west, turn left on Fm 481 towards Eagle Pass for 13 miles. On the left, a large entrance saying “West Turkey Creek” will be visible. Once through the gate, follow the deeded easement for 5.5 miles directly to The Big Iron Ranch.
Located less than 20 miles from the city of Uvalde, this high-fenced ranch produces 190-inch Whitetail bucks from a superior ecosystem reflecting 15+ years of MLD management.