Switchgrass Bottom Ranch

Chatfield, TX
1260 Acres
Navarro County

Property Description:

Amidst the rolling hills and varied terrain of Navarro County TX lies Switchgrass Bottom Ranch which has been in the same family for several decades. Currently being operated as a grass-fed cattle operation, the recreational opportunities are endless. Enjoy fishing on the 28 +/- AC lake or duck hunting in one of the multiple marshes. The ranch also features over 2 miles of frontage on both sides of Grays Creek. This creek is an excellent water source for both wildlife and livestock. This is a truly special property and only one hour from the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex.


This ranch is in the northern end of Navarro County and is accessed off NE 1100. The property is located minutes from Corsicana and just one hour away from the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex.


Rolling hills, flowing creeks, and lush grasslands only begin to describe the diversity that Switchgrass Bottom ranch has to offer. The property has been used for several years as a grass-fed cattle operation, and this is apparent in the setup of the pastures. There are multiple areas well suited for grazing, as a wide variety of native grasses cover the entirety of the ranch. The property features an excellent mix of open range land, and heavily wooded areas with a variety of oaks, elms, and Mesquite trees.


Switchgrass Bottoms has a wide variety of water sources. The main water feature on the ranch is a 28 +/- AC Soil Conservation Lake. Other water features on the ranch include over 2 miles of frontage on Grays Creek, an excellent year-round water source for both livestock and wildlife. There are several wetland/marshes that the water level can be controlled to encourage duck habitats. Chatfield Water Supply has a water line running along the west side of the ranch.


Elevation on the ranch ranges from approximately 431 +/- feet above sea level at the highest point along the southwestern end of the property to the lowest point approximately 365 +/- feet above sea level along the banks of Grays Creek. Soil types on the property include Kaufman clay, Burleson clay, Wilson clay, Houston black clay, Ferris and Heiden clay, and Ferris clay.


The ranch features both perimeter fencing and cross fencing that is very capable of holding and managing livestock. In addition to the fencing, there are several sets of working pens and several barns for equipment and hay storage.


Recreational and hunting possibilities abound on this ranch. There is excellent fishing and duck hunting on the 28 +/- AC lake. The lake and habitat could be further improved to create a truly one-of-a-kind fishing and wetlands opportunity.


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