Take a look at this mixed use recreational- ranchland located in Choctaw County, 2 miles North of Boswell, Ok., just off 4010 Rd, 109 A.This property is 60 open pasture and will run 50-60 head of cattle, but with a little effort could be opened up to run at least 100 head. The pastures have a good mix of native grasses and Bermuda, and with a little fertilizing and weed control, much of the open pasture could be baled. There are 9 ponds,stocked with largemouth bass, channel catfish, and crappie. Good perimeter fences around the entire property. This property has an abundance of whitetail deer, eastern wild turkey, hogs, and small game, with easy access to your favorite hunting areas. There are several places to plant food plots for game. Horse back and recreational riding can be enjoyed on the many trails on this land. This property is rich with history. There is a 3 Bedroom house built in 1900 on the property which could be lived in while you build your dream home. Also, there is evidence of a wagon trail that goes through the North part of land that was traveled by people many years ago. There are still parts of the old picket fences where the trail was located. The old Mayhew school was located on this land as well. If you would like to take a look at this great property, contact Don Vansickle at 580-579-287 today.