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Quail Lease Advise #7525177 06/02/19 07:06 PM
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Got a friend in SW Cockran County (Bledsoe) that has 53,000 acres he's wanting to lease out to one group for Quail hunting. The place has a nice 5 bedroom lodge and he wants to lease after Mule deer season which ends the first Sunday after Thanksgiving. Ranch has both Blues and Bobs and he's wanting $1.50 an acre. My question is,,is that to high or not high enough. Just trying to help a friend.

Thanks for any advise.


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Re: Quail Lease Advise [Re: Stompy] #7525181 06/02/19 07:18 PM
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I donít think heíll get anywhere near that price. Thereís millions of acres in public hunting just west of there in NM.

I know some big Quail leases in that part of the world are < $0.40 acre, full season.

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Way too high!


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Re: Quail Lease Advise [Re: Stompy] #7559402 07/18/19 04:26 PM
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Is that the Abilene Christian land that Oren used to manage? Are they interested in individual members?

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