Land Lease - Cattle - DFW area???

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epj

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I'm sure this is posted somewhere but just need a quickie ballpark number. What could I expect to be paid on leasing 70 acres of decent pasture, with tanks, tanks only water, and no electric about an hour and a half Northeast of Dallas, TX. Total newbie here so all the detail you would care to share is welcomed. I'm sure there are a lot of ways to skin this cat but I am mainly looking at annual cashflow to put back toward the note on the land and keep and ag. exemption. Thanks in advance for your replies....
 

TexasBred

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Have no idea about that area, but there are worlds of horses in that area. Could make a lot more money if you could get a horse person to lease the place.
 

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Most in this area are paying around $30 an acre for a place that size. No telling what land leases for in that area. Fertilizer can cost an additional $70 plus per acre.
 

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im in northeast texas as well.an you should be able to lease that out for $1400 to $2100 a yr.wich is $20 to $30 an ac.
 

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