Central Texas and Texas Hill Country Land and Ranch Information | Texas Land and Ranch Ownership Resources

The central Texas and Texas hill country land and ranch market area includes the following 38 counties in Texas:

Bandera

Bastrop

Bell

Blanco

Bosque

Brown

Burnet

Caldwell

Callahan

Castro

Coleman

Comanche

Coryell

Eastland

Erath

Falls

Freestone

Gillespie

Hamilton

Hays

Hill

Kendall

Kerr

Kimble

Lampasas

Lee

Limestone

Llano

Mason

McCulloch

McLennan

Menard

Milam

Mills

Navarro

San Saba

Travis

Williamson

 

 

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112 Mountain Views, Boerne, TX 78006 (Legacy Broker Group)

Featuring one of the highest buildable elevations in Kendall County Texas, the 70 acre Summit View Ranch is now available for sale. With quick and easy access to the San Antonio, Boerne, Fredericksburg, and Austin areas; Summit View ranch is an ideal dark-sky getaway location or full time home high in the Texas sky. End-of-the-road access accentuates Summit View Ranch’s isolation and solitude. Views across the Guadalupe River Valley to the south and the undeveloped hills to the north and west abound from the park-like summit of the

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A blight on the land of most ranch-owners in Texas is feral hog overpopulation. This post is an overview of wild pigs and their effects on the land you own or are looking to own.

  

Not only do they tear up the land, but feral hogs can spread E Coli and other diseases to humans and other animals, kill native species, and contaminate water sources. This invasive species can thrive in 79% of Texas and their population continues to increase exponentially. A study from 2004 estimated that Texas had around $52 million in damages annually resulting from feral hogs. Now, that estimation reaches as high as $1.5 billion nationwide. Needless to say, their presence within Texas is detrimental to ranching and landowning.

To get an idea of the scope of

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