Here is a great farm located in the Northeastern portion of Texas County. This area is known as the Red Dirt Country region of the Oklahoma Panhandle. This 160 acres is all tillable dry farm land is great opportunity to make an addition to any farming operating or investment portfolio. Land The Wiggains Farms have been owned for many decades with some of the tracts dating back in the early 1900’s. This farm is located in a productive area of a mix of dry and irrigated farming operations. The current farm has been under a share crop arrangement with the local tenant for many years with rotational crops of This 160 acres is part of three that is being offered separately or all the farms can be purchased together for a total of 400 acres. This 160 acres is all tillable farm land that has been rotational farmed over the years in corn, milo and wheat. Currently the farm does not have a spring crop planted for 2023. Agriculture The 160 acres is made up of mainly Gruver Clay Loam with 0-1% slope Class 2 soils. The FSA Records show, Farmland Acres: 157.58 Cropland: 157.58 DCP Cropland: 157.58 Crop Base Acres PLC Yield Wheat 80.20 39 Grain Sorghum 38.80 22 Barley 18.30 25 Region & Climate Hooker, Oklahoma gets 19 inches of rain and 15 inches of snow per year, on average. On average, there are 255 sunny days per year in Texas County July being the hotest month on average at 97 degrees with the coldest average month in January at 20 degrees.