FF&R Issue 406 | Yar-Bar-O Ranch

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Yar-Bar-O Ranch

662 Acres ±

Kinney County Presented by



Yar-Bar-O Ranch

Presented by


(210) 705-4907 • AUGUST@FOSTERRANCHES.COM • 106 E MAIN ST. UVALDE, TX 78801

Yar-Bar-O Ranch 662± ACRES + KINNEY COUNTY + $1,849,628 LOCATION e H ading South of Spoo f rd on wy H , 1 31 o g seven miles towards Eage l Pass, and the ranch wil e b on your e l ft. Look o f r the Yar-Bar-O Ranch entrance.

DESCRIPTION u J st 7 miles south of Spoo f rd, off of wy H , 1 31

VEGETATION The Yar-Bar-O Ranch has mesquite trees scattered throughout, a e f w Yucca a lp nts and a v st r b ush a v rieties that make great r b owse o f r the wid l lie f .

WILDLIFE The ranch has abundant wid l lie f , with nice

lies the 662-acre Yar-Bar-O Ranch. This ranch has

u b cks e b ing harvested in a p st years. With this

e b en in the same a f mily o f r almost 25 years and only

ranch e b ing o l w e f nce, a o l t of wid l lie f a p sses

hunted y b r f iends and a f mily. With a l rger neigho b rs, this ranch encompasses an abundance amount of

eT a x s animals here including h w itetail deer, hogs,

wid l lie f . This turnkey o l we f nce hunting ranch comes

turkey, dove, and u q ail.

equipe p d o f r this year’s hunting season, including deer lib nds and fuy l functional corn/r p otein e f eders.

IMPROVMENTS A manufactured doube l wide setup sits at the

WATER This ranch has a e f w dife f rent a w ter sources.

ranch headquarters o f r a camp house or fu-l time

Three a w ter storage tanks sit next to the house.

residents, along with a shed to e k ep your ranch

n I the a p sture, there are several earthen o p nds,

e v hicles out of the summer elements.

and o l -w y l ing draws that hold a w ter e w .l The a l st a w ter source is the York a w ter line that runs r f om

MINERALS Owner e b lieves to own 0% 1 of the minerals u b tao p rtion of them are negotiabe l .

the York Ranch headquarters in Brackettvie l , this a w terline is only o f ra w ter troughs and the house.

Yar-Bar-O Ranch

662± ACRES

Yar-Bar-O Ranch

Chad Foster, Jr

August Schueling, Jr



Chad Foster is a native of Eagle Pass. For the past decade, Foster has managed family-owned businesses with a focus on real estate and real estate development as well as investments in agriculture and oil & gas. Foster became a licensed real estate agent in 2004 after graduating from Texas A&M University in 2003 with a degree in Business. He became a licensed real estate broker in 2004. He and his wife Jill currently reside in Jill’s hometown of Uvalde with their son Tres. Foster’s life-long dedication to his community corresponds to the support of many civic and social organizations with ties to Southwest Texas.

From a very young age, August had the pleasure of working on large-scale farms and ranches. He earned a degree in Agricultural Business from Texas State University and prided himself on being an experienced real estate professional within the Farm and Ranching sector. Growing up with a farming and ranching background and working side-by-side with ranch hands and business owners have provided him with a robust platform of farming and ranching knowledge, business concepts, excellent customer service skills, and close relationships with multiple financial institutions.

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