Ranching may not have much to do with how the world turns today, but has everything to do with who we are in Texas. Looking for your ranch in these parts of Texas is a tall order. Mostly I find that people that have the inclination to ranch are independent, always resilient and often times a bit crusty. It’s okay, I like crusty.
You may like a working cattle ranch, recreational offerings or just need your ranch to be an escape back to nature. A place to reconnect with the land. Deer, turkey and feral hogs come with the territory. Rainfall and weather will be important to you every day you see the sun rise. You’ll trust your horse with your life. A good dog will likely sit by your side in the evening.
I’ll take the time to visit with you over a tall glass of tea to see what you fancy and will make you a promise. My promise is simple – to help you find something to your liking.
Wildlife or Cattle?
This can be a tough decision to make when buying land. There are many things to consider like the costs associated with each one and the amount of time you will need to dedicate to the land.
The Wildlife Tax Valuation or Wildlife Exemption as it’s commonly called has become very popular because it includes not just wild animals but pollinating insects such as bees and butterflies.
For more information contact the Bastrop Central Appraisal District
Services you may need
Bastrop Feed and Supply
Bohuslav Feed Mill
Cattleman’s Liquid Feed
Hills Prairie Livestock Barn
Flatonia Livestock Commission