Gaines County CRP


This is a flat piece of CRP land that is located on a blacktop road. The CRP contract pays $54.67 per acre, per year until 2023 and there is a 10″ well that was drilled but never completed. There is a lot of irrigated farming surrounding the property and this property has the potential to be converted into farmland and possibly organic farming.


195 +/- Ac in Lamb Co.


This is a nice farm on the edge of the Sandhills. There are two electric wells. The west well was converted from a turbine to a 25 hp submersible in September of 2018. The east well still has a turbine powered by a 50 hp horizontal electric motor. An older model Zimmatic sprinkler is packaged at 400 gpm, and has a 1,550 gallon black fertilizer tank. The corners are planted to expired CRP grass and there is an old livestock barn on the east side of the property.



Bailey Co. CRP & Grassland


This property has CRP and native grass. The CRP is a nice blend of grass. There is quite a lot of elevation change on this place and there could be future CRP or pasture uses. There may be some mule deer hunting opportunities for this property as well.


701 N. Wall St. Stratford, TX


This 1,402 square foot (according to SCAD) home is a must see. This home was recently remodeled inside and outside. It has three bedrooms, two bathrooms, a open concept from kitchen to family room, large laundry room and a large back yard with a metal fence. This home has current gray paint with fresh neutral carpet and recessed lighting in the living room. The living room flows into the large, open dining room and kitchen. Kitchen is brand new with cabinets, counter tops, appliances and flooring. All three bedrooms have fresh paint, lighting and flooring. This house also has new roof and new windows. This is practically a brand new house from electrical, plumbing, walls, heat and a/c unit, windows, roof and everything in between. Don’t miss out on this great home in Stratford!!!

Clayton Building-5

Absolute Commercial Building Auction


Absolute Auction

Nice Commercial Building located at 21 Second Street, Clayton, New Mexico. This is a great location with good visibility.  The Legal Description is Block 1151 Lot 16, Block 1151 Lot 18, Clayton Original Subdivision, Union County, NM.  It was recently used to store buses and has been used in the past as a car dealership. This building has lots of space and nice large overhead doors, it would be great for a car mechanic, restoration business or someone looking for  room to grow.

There will be a starting bid of $20,000 for this property and a 5% Buyer Premium. Please call our office at 800-299-5263 for a brochure or to pre-register to bid on this auction.

This auction will take place at the Clayton Civic Center, 124 N. Front Street in Clayton, NM 88415 on Tuesday, May 15th at 11:00 am MDT.  Registration will begin at 10:00 am MDT or you may pre-register to bid by calling our office at 800-299-5263.

There will an Important Auction Information Meeting on Thursday, May 3rd at 11:00 am MDT at the Clayton City Hall, #1 Chestnut St. in Clayton, NM.  Plan to attend this meeting for information about this property and our auction process.


Hall County Ranch


This section of land has several draws that run down to the North Baylor Creek. This makes for multiple prime hunting locations and gives the ranch a larger feel and creates good cover for wildlife. The creek has several holes that are holding water even in this dry spell we are having. A domestic well provides water to four tubs in different pastures on the ranch. Three fields on the north side of the ranch are expired CRP grass and the rest is native. Call agent for a showing, as the ranch is leased at this time.


Ochiltree County Farm


This Ochiltree County property offers everything the farm and cattleman requires to raise quality crops, as well as graze, receive and ship livestock, with a home on the property. There are opportunities for future development to increase productivity. Located just 6.5 miles Southeast of Perryton on asphalt roadways, it is easily accessible to and from the community resources.

The farm consists of a total of 640 acres +/- acres; with the majority 505 +/- acres of relatively flat excellent quality farmland with potential for development of irrigation. This farmland sits an average static water level of ~200 foot and approximately 150 foot of saturated water thickness exists below*.  This farmland has been rotationally operated with wheat and Milo and used to graze wheat pasture cattle.  The owner is motivated to allow for the evaluation of water quantity on the property.

In addition, the tract has a residence, garage, livestock barns, grain bins, storage buildings, and corrals, located on 135 +/- acres of grassland in the northwestern portion of the section. This native grassland has an excellent perimeter fencing with cattle guard entering the property allowing grazing of cattle nearby the home. The steel pens are in excellent condition and allow ease of receiving, caring and loading of livestock.


Texas County Dryland


This property is a dryland quarter. The quarter lies mostly flat with a slight slope in some areas. There is irrigation in the area and 3 phase electricity along the South side of the property. The standing wheat crop is reserved to tenant.


Irrigated Farm Dalhart TX


Conveniently located just NW of Dalhart is an over-sized, irrigated section with state highway frontage. This farm is very flat and has good soils. There is a half mile 1999 Valley sprinkler and two quarter mile older Reinke sprinklers. There is approximately 800 gpm coming out of three wells. Two additional wells are ready to be put back online.


Texhoma Lots


Three unimproved lots in Texhoma, TX