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- Medina Co.
- Rio Medina, TX 78066
RANCH NAME: Haby Ranch East Pasture
IMPROVEMENTS: There are no structural improvements on the ranch. The ranch is high-fenced on the southwest side and low-fenced for the most part. The ranch is also cross-fenced. An on-site pivot irrigation system is available for purchase.
WATER: Half a mile of the Medina BMA canal borders the West side of the ranch. Medina lake discharges water from the lake to feed the canal. The canal was made to provide water for irrigation. This water source adds a unique feature to the ranch. There is also 1/3 a mile of Water Creek and multiple other small drainage`s that eventually feed into the river.
TERRAIN: Moving east to west, the ranch gains elevation out of the lush river bottom giving way to rolling-level South Texas pasture and brush. The hills afford cover to the abundant wildlife. The up and down brushy terrain between this meandering creek and the irrigated pastures offers excellent hunting for whitetail deer, feral hogs, turkey, quail and dove. A water seep from the canal on the eastern edge of this area offers the potential for constructing a lake in the area below it.
WILDLIFE: Whitetail Deer, Dove, Bobwhite Quail, and Hogs
Cell: (210) 213-5402
Toll Free: 800-266-0676Agent Info »
The Haby Ranch East Pasture is a special opportunity to own a 202 Acre Medina county ranch that has been in the same family for over 100 years. The ranch is just 24 miles south west of downtown San Antonio. The Haby East Pasture Ranch offers plentiful of recreation such as hunting, fishing, and swimming, kayaking, and floating. This 202 acres features frontage on a BMA canal that menders the west border of the ranch. This lazy river canal has great water quality as it comes directly from Medina Lake just thirteen mile north and offers additional recreational appeal. Not only is this a great recreational ranch it also is a very productive ranch taking advantage of the BMA with irrigation pivot. (additional acreage available frontage on Medina river and both sides of BMA)