Onion Creek Ranch-Top Notch Breeding Facility Overview 271 acres in McCulloch County near the Lohn Community north of Brady Texas sits a breeders paradise. This fully developed ranch is divided into over 30 traps and pastures the largest of which is 24 acres all pastures connect to the working pens via lanes for easy working of the livestock. Each pasture has a metal loafing shed numbered by pasture. Additionally each pasture is watered by Miraco water troughs (http://www.miraco.com/LilSpring.aspx) fed from the Hickory Sand water well in the center of the ranch. The well bottom is at 2800 and rated for 100 GPM. The round bale feeders in each pasture are pipe and steel concreted in the ground and covered with a metal roof. Main House Built in 2000 this custom home is 3 bedrooms 2 baths with an extended laundry/mud room. The 2 truck garage opens to the south under the shade of huge live oak trees. The great room with fireplace has a built in office in one end and an open area into the kitchen. All the space is efficiently used even storage areas under the raised closets. Main Barn This metal barn on slab has many features : 100x30 Open Shed used for hay storage 30x30 Mechanical Shop 40x30 Work Shop and Storage with double roll up doors 60x30 Air Conditioned Space used for classes one big room multipurpose Working Pens Set up for goats but easily converted for other uses these pens have two very large sheds 20x50 currently used for hay storage. Some of the lanes to the main pens are lighted by security lights. Vet Building A separate Vet Building has working chutes and hospital pens opposite from an office/ laboratory space with living quarters and full bath. There is a covered concreted BBQ area outside the vet building for entertaining purposes. Foremans House The original ranch house is converted to a studio suite with bath and small kitchen and a two bedroom home for the ranch foreman. Water All the water on the ranch comes from the Hickory Sand Aquifer well at the center of the ranch. This is a very good well drilled to 2800 and 335 of water sand. It is rated at 100 GPM. There are three other wells on the property.There is small pond but does not hold much water. There are two 20 open concrete cisterns that catch and hold rainwater from the barns and could be used as back up water for the ranch. There is a line for community water all along the road frontage on CR 300. Pastures Over 30 pastures make up the uniquely designed working ranch. All are watered by the well through Miraco year round livestock troughs see the web site these are top of line troughs http://www.miraco.com/LilSpring.aspx. The grass is native with predominately Love grass. There are areas that could be cultivated. The vegetation is oak trees, no cedar, some larger Mesquites for shade. Very little prickly pear is found along with some Yucca. Mostly open rolling land no thick brush. Utilites Three electric meters power the property from Sharyland Utilities there is a 40KW Caterpillar Propane back up generator powered by a Perkins engine that comes on automatically for the main house, barns and vet building in the event of a power outage.
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