One look at the aerial of the Eagle Chief 80 and it's obvious you are looking at one of the best smaller acreage, income-producing, hunting farms on the market in Major County. With almost a half mile of Eagle Chief Creek winding through the farm, there is no shortage of water, habitat, and wildlife. The farm has good gravel road access, 50 acres m/l of highly productive port silt loam class 2 tillable, 2 deer blinds, electric on 2560 Road bordering the farm on the west side, and a super cool pavilion in the northeast portion of the farm that provides a comfortable shaded area to enjoy an evening on the farm, or a place take a break from farming or prepping for hunting season. The big timber on the farm is something you don't find everywhere in western Oklahoma and provides even more habitat and hunting opportunities. The tillable ground is currently ready to be planted to winter wheat and will provide immediate income for the new owner come next year. The wheat will also serve as a big food plot for all the deer in the area and continue to attract wildlife all fall and winter long. This farm has the potential to be double cropped and if a stand of soybeans or milo was planted on the farm in the spring or early summer, it would not only increase the income off the property, but you would have an incredible number of deer using the farm all year long. This scenario would inevitably increase your odds even more of having great hunting seasons year after year. It's hard to find 80 acre properties that you can create this type of income off of while still having awesome hunting, good access, and live water. Call Tony today. This one won't last long!