Location: The Cutbirth Pasture is a very desirable portion of the Snyder Family Ranches, and is well located just west of Cross Plains in southeastern Callahan County.Acres: 1,270.49 +/- AcresTerrain: The Cutbirth Pasture is accessed by paved highway frontage. The major topographic influence is made up by two creeks that both drain in a generally southerly direction. These creek drainages adjoin on the property. Cover is principally made up of mesquite, with scattered oak thickets and hardwoods being located along the creeks. Grass turf is in excellent condition.Portions of the property have some prickly pear cactus, which is evident in the photos, and typical for this entire area. As the Cutbirth Pasture is a part of a working family cattle operation, spraying cactus is done on a rotational basis. The cactus in the Cutbirth Pasture was sprayed over the course of the previous two to three years.Water: The property is considered to be exceptionally well watered by the creeks and several large dirt tanks. Rural water has been piped to the property and electricity is available on the ranch. There is a good network of roads throughout the property that are generally in good condition.Hunting/Recreation: The ranch is considered to offer exceptional habitat for wildlife. Turkey, quail and whitetail deer are all common, and migratory bird hunting is generally very good in this area.Remarks: It is seldom that opportunities such as this arise. This property offers a great location, scenery and good cover and vegetation for wildlife and cattle. Amenities such as the city waterline and electricity make this an even more desirable ranch.Price: The Cutbirth Pasture is realistically priced at $1,750 per acre. The property is offered with 50% of the owned minerals along with 100% of the executive leasing rights. The property will convey with 100% of the wind energy rights included.