Western Oklahoma is known for its rolling hills, open farm ground, and big timber creek bottoms that hold big bucks, it's also arguably one of the best waterfowl flyways in the state. It's not often that you come across a property that has the topography to be a potential wetland like this one in Major County. Its flat, low-lying terrain holds water naturally through acres of grassland and timber, creating great waterfowl habitat and with a few improvements, it can be turned into a duck hunter’s paradise. The property sits less than a mile off of the Cimarron River, putting it in a prime location to attract deer traveling the river bottoms and get the attention of migrating ducks and geese. Not only are there awesome opportunities for waterfowl hunting, but the farm also holds large numbers of deer and turkeys. The waterways, cedar thickets, and large timber creek bottoms create predictable travel routes for wildlife. There are multiple large openings that will make great food plot locations and gravel oil lease roads along with other trails makes for easy travel through the property. Nice barbed wire fences give you the option to run a decent herd of cattle on the west side of the property. Paved road access on the east side along with electricity and water provides opportunities for a home or cabin location. The possibilities are endless for this Western Oklahoma farm and natural wetlands are something you don’t see every day. If you are interested or have any questions give Will Bellis a call at (918)978-9311.