Premiere Texas Farms for Sale
Ruple Properties values hard work. We know no one works harder than farmers. The Ruple family owns an irrigated farm and understand all aspects of the farming environment. So let us make your life easier and help you find your ideal Texas farm land. Our rural property specialists will guide you through our available farm real estate and present quality listings based on your needs and farming style. We offer various farm types to choose from including irrigated farms, dry land farms, cattle operations, hay farms, farmhouses, and farmland with specific minerals all across the great state of Texas.
$407 / acre
This amazing 8,601 acre ranch is located in Val Verde County just north of the Old Pumpville Church. It consists of long rolling hills with vast, long distance views, and has plenty of game along with plenty of room to run cattle. More importantly, it is a great place to get out in the open and get away from time to time. It is a land of wide open spaces and endless skies. Disconnect and find a place to truly escape. A place that brings you closer to everything that is brushed aside in the repetition of everyday life. Where the weight of the world is lifted and serenity is restored.
$ 3,100 / acre
The 1,280 acre Milster Ranch is the quintessential south Texas cattle ranch in the heart of Bee county. This gorgeous ranch is a blank canvas with gently rolling terrain offering gorgeous views scattered with mature oaks.
$ 3,576.21 / acre
It’s not often that “income-producing” and “beautiful” go together when talking about properties in Texas, but this 757 acre ranch in Dimmit County checks boxes for both. There is infrastructure in place to maintain a strong deer breeding and hunting program, along with plenty of country to raise livestock.
$5,900 / acre
714 Acre ranch that is completely high fenced, you can run cattle or just use for hunting in the thick South Texas Brush country. This is a great opportunity to own minerals, executive and water rights.
$ 3,500 / acre
The Stoney Creek Ranch presents an opportunity to step into a turn-key wildlife operation in the venerable brush country of South Texas, renowned for its ability to produce trophy whitetail. At approximately 469 acres, this property packs everything needed for the serious sportsman or the weekend adventurer.
$4,683 / acre
This 362 acre ranch has a nice home, roping arena, horse stalls, and more. The property is accessed from the county road through an electric gate and a paved drive way.
$ 3,700 / acre
It’s not often that “income-producing” and “beautiful” go together when talking about properties in Texas, but the Bar-T Ranch in Dimmit County checks boxes for both. At approximately 288 acres, this ranch has the infrastructure in place to maintain a strong deer breeding and hunting program, along with plenty of country to raise livestock.
Rio Grande Valley, South Texas
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.
$ 4,252.33 / acre
This 234 acre ranch is teeming with an abundance of typical South Texas wildlife including whitetail deer, turkey, hogs, quail, dove, etc.. The property would easily accommodate horses or animals of choice. This ranch provides the seclusion of country living with quick and convenient access to the amenities of the Jourdanton, Pleasanton, and Charlotte.
Great 173+/- acre hunting ranch close to the amenities of the city. Ideally Located approximately 9 miles south of Jourdanton, and 10 miles South of Pleasanton, this ranch provides a great mix of typical South Texas Brush scattered with large mesquite and live oak trees as well as ample grazing pasture. There are three stock tanks for ideal for watering livestock and wildlife.
$ 4304.63 / acre
A classic 153 Acres South Texas ranch. A short drive from San Antonio, Uvalde or Eagle Pass. Great improvements, water and utilities in place.
$ 3,600 / acre
With the right mix of brush for cattle and hunting, and the fact that a portion of mineral rights convey at asking price, this 151 acre ranch has the potential to be a great multi-use property.
$ 3,190 / acre
This 132 Acre Ranch is located in the Pleasanton Independent School District. The Pleasanton schools are considered to be some of the best in the area. The property is accessed by County road along the east side. The ranch is well maintained by the current tenant. The property is leased and generates about $2,000 annually. The property has Prieto Creek entering on the north boundary near the county road and exiting the southern boundary. The property does have some flood plain running along the creek. The property is currently used for growing crops and could be for grazing cattle. This area has excellent dove and quail hunting potential.
$ 6,850 / acre
112+/- acres near Floresville. Great road frontage for easy access, with close proximity to town. Slow, rising elevation with various terrain throughout the property.
$9500 / acre
If you’re looking for a functional property to background cattle or raise horses, one with potential to add value and become a lifelong family home, this property fits the bill. With 52 acres of brush and pasture, there is plenty of room to stretch legs and raise livestock and kids. The house needs some work, but it has the bones and soul to be a warm and inviting home, with original hardwood floors, rock patio, a wood-burning fireplace, and incredible views.
$ 20,000 / acre
16 acres, more or less, near Floresville, TX in Wilson County. Great road frontage for easy access, with close proximity to town. Located at the hard corner of CR 1344 and Hwy 97.