The Synar Brothers Ranch offers an opportunity to mix good grass with recreation. The ranch has exceptional hay meadows with an abundance of wildlife for the avid hunter. This Ranch is comprised of 1,653 +/- acres and is conveniently located about 10 miles South of Muskogee and just at an hour from Tulsa. Plush native grasses mixed with a gentle blend of Bermuda provide a great consistency for your registered or commercial cattle operation. The gentle roll of the topography and partial elevation changes create endless character and views for miles.
The ranch can be easily accessed from just about any point. There are roughly 5 miles of county roads boarding the ranch allowing for easy access in and out of different pastures for hay production, hunting, feeding and maintenance. There are also 3 miles of piped water lines along the perimeter.
Synar Brothers Ranch is an excellent hunting ranch with an abundance of natural wildlife ranging from deer, turkey, coyotes, quail and ducks. Several of the ponds allow for a fun day of fishing. There are plenty of deer hunting possibilities to strategically position recruiting plots, kill plots, ladder stands, tree stands and hunting towers. Feather hunters have the opportunity to hunt several ponds, create future pond development with plenty of acre feet of run-off and to develop different types of quail habitat.
Muskogee is located in the heart of Green Country that has an average growing season of more than 230 days and over 40 inches of rain per year with an average temperature of 72 degrees. Soils are generally comprised of a loam base. Caring capacities in these areas vary depending on management practices, rotation of pastures, fertilizing and weed control along with hay yield production. Though climate conditions are very favorable for max production.
Synar Brothers Ranch is conveniently located roughly:
-50 Miles from Tulsa
-140 Miles from Oklahoma City
-70 Miles from Ft. Smith, AR
-230 Miles to Dallas, Texas.
Greg Ganzkow w/ G7 Ranches 918-381-5656 or email at email@example.com
Hwy 64 South out of Muskogee to 93rd Street Turn west on 93rd 2 miles to 24th Street. Then turn south and go 1 mile to property.