The Fallis 160 has million-dollar views with ideal homesites and is one of the cleanest grazing/hunting quarters I have ever been on! This particular farm has been improved for grazing and has a fantastic stand of Bermuda throughout the property. There are 3 significant ponds that will all offer some duck hunting possibilities and several smaller watering holes along with a small creek running North/South right through the middle of the farm. Besides this farm is in a good hunting neighborhood in general, the neighboring farms to the North and East are heavily wooded and full of wildlife, which helps the wildlife value on this property as well. A couple of food plots and a feeder or two in strategic spots and you are in business. There is a nice stand of timber in the NW portion of the farm which is where the seller and his family harvest a good number of Morel mushrooms every year. This timbered portion of the farm also serves as a deer bedding area at various times throughout the year. The farm has a newer five-strand barb wire fence throughout and is fully fenced and cross-fenced. The seller fenced off an area in the NW corner to keep hay which you can see in the pics, he and his kids also shoot hogs and deer out of this fenced-off area each year. The entryway is gated with a cattle guard in place. The commercial red Angus cattle you can see in the pics are for sale as well and could potentially be worked into the deal on this property if the buyer is interested. This is one of those farms you need to stand on to fully appreciate how rare of a find it is. The homesite potential and potential to build a massive lake in the naturally formed valley that runs all the way through the farm are something you need to see in person to fully realize. The Fallis 160 is less than 30 miles from Edmond, OK, and less than 30 miles from Guthrie, OK. Give me a call and let's set a time to go for a ride on this beautiful Lincoln Co. property.