Logan grew up in the Big Country of West Texas working for local farmers and ranchers. From an early age he developed a love of hunting by stalking deer and calling turkey in the Hill Country and exploring the river with his family. He chose to make South Texas his home because of a love for the people and culture that make this area such a great place to live.
Logan served a year as the Texas FFA State President before attending Texas A&M and graduating with a degree in Agribusiness. He graduated from the Western College of Auctioneering in Billings, Montana in 2016. His career has included work in the fields of feed and grain, oil and gas, and livestock marketing. These broad experiences, coupled with a passion for the land and its stewards, make the field of real estate a perfect fit. In his free time, Logan can be found bird hunting, reading everything from novels to Texas history, writing, and attempting to master the art of cast iron cooking with minimal success. He and his wife live in Pleasanton, Texas.
Rio Grande City
At approximately 266 acres in deep South Texas, this historic ranch is ready to be formed into whatever you desire. There is a good mix of brush and grass providing cover for wildlife, and the ranch borders a federal wildlife refuge, so the hunting potential here is excellent.
If you are looking for a small ranch on which to hunt, run cattle, and/or build a home, this 60-acre piece in Live Oak County is primed to serve all your needs. Tracts this size in South Texas are rare and in high demand, so this property will not last long.
Approximately 32 acres of gently rolling western Hill Country land with close access to Highway 41. With spectacular views, electricity already run to the property, and easy access, this parcel would make a great home site for the builder looking for a quiet country lifestyle. If you are looking for an investment, this tract has great potential; several homes have already been established in this area. Only 40 minutes to the beautiful Frio River at Leakey and 25 minutes to Rocksprings, the location is close to amenities yet feels very private.
Chances of finding a smaller tract bordered by a large ranch with low fences are becoming rarer, but this property in the heart of the South Texas Brush Country fits the bill. At approximately 20 acres, this ranch near Fowlerton could be your next great hunting destination.