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The Lone Star State encompasses 171 million acres, just over 268,597 square miles. Texas is located in the South Central region of the United States and shares borders with the Gulf of Mexico, New Mexico, Oklahoma, Arkansas, Louisiana, and Mexico.

Texas’s name derives from a Caddo Indian word meaning “friends” or “allies,” which incorporates the state motto: Friendship. Texas became the 28th state of the union in 1845.

It’s nicknamed the Lone Star State in honor of the Texas flag and was adopted after Texas became independent from Mexico in 1836. The state flower is the Bluebonnet which has the shape of the petals on the flower resembling the bonnet worn by pioneer women to shield them from the sun.

The state bird is the Northern Mockingbird.

The state is made up of 254 counties. Austin is the state capital, and Houston is the largest city. San Antonio, in the south-central area, is the second largest.

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Archer County, TX
Nestled against Lake Kickapoo, Briar Creek Ranch is a true hunters and cattleman's paradise. Located in western Archer County Texas on Hwy 422 this 4,625 acre contiguous ranch provides a once in a lifetime opportunity to own a premiere hunting and ca...
4,625± Acres
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$12,947,200
Upshur County, TX
Naturally preserved hunting and recreational tract boasting 2,600 ac of hardwood bottoms, crystal clear creeks, numerous sloughs, large oxbow lake, and close to 8 miles of Sabine River frontage. Incomparable hunting for whitetail deer, hogs, and wate...
2,600± Acres
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$5,850,000
San Augustine County Timberland Investment
Under Contract
San Augustine County, TX
Terrific opportunity for a smart land investor. This 1691 acre property is in San Augustine County, just South West of the historic community of San Augustine, TX 75972. The tract has road frontage on FM 1751 as well as a couple county roads that run...
1,690.81± Acres
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$4,184,755
Under Contract
Archer County, TX
Dad's Corner Ranch nestles FM 368 in Archer County just south of Holliday, TX 76366. This mixed use farm, ranch, recreational and residential property has everything you need. Perfect place to run cattle with plenty of water for livestock and wildlif...
1,757.94± Acres
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$3,955,365
Lampasas County, TX
Beautiful 165 +/- acres along the Colorado River in Lampasas County, TX. This rare opportunity 20 miles west of  Lampasas offers over 1400' of deep Colorado River frontage. The diverse rolling  terrain is littered with hundreds of mature pe...
165± Acres
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$3,500,000
Under Contract
Liberty County, TX
1360 acres of wetlands paradise in Liberty County. This farm with a long history of ownership has been a family recreational retreat. Offering migratory waterfowl hunting, whitetail deer hunting, feral hogs, and excellent freshwater fishing. The farm...
1,360± Acres
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$2,950,000
Cherokee County, TX
Fantastic opportunity with 24 year established 5 acre, timber/lumber yard in Rusk, Tx. $1,000,000.00+ in existing inventory. Owner/Manager is seeking to retire. 4 Full-time employees. Specializing in Cypress, Mesquite, Pine, and Black Walnut woods, t...
5± Acres
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$2,750,000
Wise County, TX
APPROX. 149 ACRES WITH STUNNING LARGE RANCH STYLE HOME. THIS HOME IS BEAUTIFULLY LAYED OUT WITH OPEN FLOOR PLAN, TALL CEILINGS, GORGEOUS LIVING AREA WITH ROCK FIREPLACE, SPACIOUS MASTER BEDROOM WITH AWESOME ON SUITE, COOKS DELIGHT KITCHEN WITH LARGE ...
149.7± Acres
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$2,500,000
New Listing
Archer County, TX
TRUE TURN KEY FURNITUE ETC GO W/PURCHASE!   Splendor and grace and plenty of space! Welcome yourself home to this 6,785 sq ft home sitting on 160 acres.  This plantation style home has too many amenities to describe. The ground floor h...
160.55± Acres
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$2,489,000
Wichita County, TX
GENERAL DESCRIPTION: Superb development land in Wichita Falls. Ideal for commercial, residential. With excellent frontage on Hwy 287, City View Drive and Kiel Lane and access to rural water and electricity. This property can be subdivided for housing...
225± Acres
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$2,250,000
Under Contract
Jack County, TX
 What a gem! The Big Pasture Ranch located in Perrin Tx, truly checks all the boxes. Country living, hunting, recreation, farming, ranching, and peace right out your backdoor. This mixed use property consists of 150+/- ac, totally fenced,  ...
150.83± Acres
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$2,150,000
Under Contract
Cooke County, TX
LOCATION: Era, Cooke County, TX. Fronting FM 51, CR 346, and CR 383WATER: 2 ponds on the property. Era Water Supply line is located about 14 mile north of theproperty.UTILITIES: Pentex Electric. AT&T phone. High speed wireless broadband available...
98.1± Acres
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$1,962,000
Buck 'N Duck Island
Under Contract
Titus County, TX
Buck 'N Duck Island consisting of a 1,486 Ac hunting and recreational natural canvas waiting to be developed for even greater hunting enjoyment by a family, corporate group, or hunting club. LOCATION: Talco, TX with portions in Titus County and por...
1,486± Acres
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$1,894,650
Cooke County, TX
LOCATION: County Road 247, 1/2 mile north of the Denton County line in Cooke County, TX WATER: Duck Creek. Pond.UTILITIES: Electric and co-op water available at the County RoadWILDIFE: Whitetail deer, Rio Grand Turkey, predators, feral hogs, dove, ...
90± Acres
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$1,800,000
Archer County, TX
Dad's Corner Ranch II, located on Dads Corner Rd less than a mile from FM 368 in Archer County just south of Holliday, TX 76366, is a mixed use farm, ranch, and recreational property that has everything you need. Perfect place to run cattle with plen...
748.48± Acres
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$1,758,928
Polk County, TX
MOTAVITED SELLER!! This Family Cattle/Hunting- Recreational ranch has been in the same family for over 100 years. The main log home is 2329 SF with 2 B/2B/ 2 car carport. There is a large living room with wood burning fireplace and extra-larg...
221± Acres
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$1,499,000
Under Contract
Red River County, TX
Two Brothers Lake is a premier hunting & fishing retreat with almost a perfect mix of ancient hardwoods and manicured pastures. The crown jewel of the ranch is a long established 20 Ac +/- trophy bass lake. The lake has been professionally manage...
185± Acres
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$1,495,000
Under Contract
Hall County, TX
Active cotton farm with price track record near Memphis TX just north of the Prairie Dog Fork of the Red River in Hall county. One of the larger contiguous farms in the county with proven crop production. The farm boasts a nice covered barn with conc...
960± Acres
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$1,200,000
New Listing
Liberty County, TX
Premium East Texas Central Flyway Wetlands property located in Liberty County with Trinity River frontage.  Property was developed during the oil boom of Liberty county.  Land is marshy, so ponds were dug to make a road and levee system for...
303.39± Acres
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$1,100,000
Under Contract
Van Zandt County, TX
Fantastic opportunity to own a very diverse piece of Texas Land! This Ag Exempt property is 173.28 acres in Van Zandt County spread out over just a mile of land running northwest to southeast. The rolling terrain of the ranch gives you an extremely s...
173.28± Acres
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$1,072,600
Under Contract
Wheeler County, TX
800 acres located just west of Shamrock Texas provides an excellent opportunity to own a premier cattle and hunting ranch. This ranch has been a part of a well established and successful hunting outfit that has been in operation for 33 years and has ...
800± Acres
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$1,040,000
Brown County, TX
 REDUCED PRICE  and MOTIVATED SELLER - Exceptional 60 acre ranch with a one of a kind barndominium tucked back into a grove of oak trees. This property has a custom built 2 story 4712 sf house with many amazing features. The open concept li...
60± Acres
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$960,000
Cooke County, TX
LOCATION: 2413 County Road 337 Gainesville, TX. Southwestern Cooke County. 10 miles to Muenster. 30 miles to Denton. 15 miles to Gainesville.WATER: 360' deep water wellUTILITIES: Pentex Electric Co-op. AT&T telephone. Wireless Broadband. Septic s...
33.29± Acres
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$899,000
Bosque County, TX
Lake Whitney GetawayBeautiful 2BR/2b home and 2BR/1b MIL suite on just under 2 acres with easy access to both DFW and Waco while maintaining "end of the road" peace and quiet. This property is part of The Canyons (No HOA) subdivision which boasts a p...
1.6± Acres
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$749,000
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Regions

The state has several popular land regions, including the Texas Big Bend Country, Gulf Coast, Texas Hill Country, Panhandle Plains, Pineywoods, Prairies and Lakes, Hill Country, and South Texas Plains.

Agriculture in Texas

Agriculture plays a significant role in the Lone Star State’s economy. Agriculture is in the state is a $25 billion-dollar industry. There are approximately 248,000 farms and ranches in the state, covering 171 million acres of Texas. The average size farm or ranch comprises 411 acres. Agriculture makes a significant contribution to most of the 254 counties.

Texas has the largest number of cattle in the whole country, more than 16 million heads of cattle.

Texas’s most valuable crops are wheat and cotton. The state also grows substantial quantities of hay and corn.

Wildlife

Texas wildlife is abundant within the state on both land and water. The massive state boasts diverse landscapes and environments for a broad spectrum of wildlife.
Its primary wildlife includes whitetail deer, turkey, dove, ducks, and hog, which bodes well for avid hunters.

The combination of both freshwater and saltwater creates a diverse ecosystem for many fish species. The most common freshwater species include largemouth bass, stripper bass, white bass, crappie, catfish, perch, and bluegill. The primary saltwater species include redfish, black drum, speckled trout, redfish, and flounder. With over 150 lakes, 191,000 stream miles, and 1.2 million freshwater acres and the Gulf Coast access makes for diverse fishing opportunities across the state.

Main Rivers & Largest Lakes

Major rivers in Texas are the Red River, Rio Grande River, Brazos River, Pecos River, Nueces River, San Antonio River, and Guadalupe River.

State Parks

Texas has more than 80 state parks and two national parks.

National Parks

  • Big Bend
  • Guadalupe Mountains

Major Lakes

Toledo Bend Reservoir, the largest lake in Texas, is located in East Texas on the Sabine River in Sabine and Newton counties and straddling the Texas-Louisiana state line. The surface area of this lake is approximately 185,000 acres (289 square miles).

Other large lakes include Sam Rayburn Reservoir and Lake Livingston, which exceed 192,500 surface area acres combined.

State Summary
Nickname Lone Star State
Neighboring States New Mexico, Louisiana, Oklahoma, Arkansas
Regions Big Bend Country, Gulf Coast, Hill Country, Panhandle Plains, Pineywoods, Prairies and Lakes,
South Texas Plains
State Flower Blue Bonnet
State Bird Northern Mockingbird
Big Game White-tailed deer, mule deer, desert bighorn sheep, pronghorn antelope, and alligators
Small Game gray or cat squirrel, red or fox squirrel, collared peccary or javelina
Freshwater Fish Largemouth bass, striped bass, catfish, bullhead, crappie, bluegill
Saltwater Fish Red fish, red snapper, spotted seatrout, black drum
Hunting Information https://tpwd.texas.gov/huntwild/hunt/
Total acreage 171 million acres
Total public land acreage 800,000 acres
Average annual rainfall 27.25 inches
Farmland by acreage 127 million
Woodlands by acreage 63 million
Coastline 300 miles
Conservation program https://www.tcatexas.org/
Primary Crops Wheat, cotton, hay, and corn
Largest Lake Toledo Bend Reservoir
Other Lakes Sam Rayburn reservoir, Lake Livingston, Lake Texoma
Major Rivers The Rio Grande, Pecos River, Nueces River, San Antonio River, and Guadalupe River

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