Johnson Farm is located approximately 20 miles
NW of Pearsall with Hwy frontage on FM 140,
just E. of the intersection of FM 140 and FM
farm is a part of three farms operating as
one unit. The Johnson Farm is the located on
the SW side of FM 140 and lays in both Zavala
and Frio counties. This Farm has approximately
250 acres set up for pivot irrigation with
the remainder in dry farmland and native grasses.
wildlife is abundant on the ranch including:
whitetail deer with improved genetics through
releases of select deer from scientific breeding
pens, dove, quail, turkey and javaline.
farm has two Carrizo wells that can produce
approximately 1,000 GPM each; these wells are
set to pump 800 GPM. On the Johnson Farm there
are two pivots and one drip irrigated field:
100 acre pivot, 150 acre pivot and 34 acres
of furrow drip irrigated. Elm Creek borders
the farm in the SW quadrant of the property.
farm is improved with six grain bins currently
leased at $0.10 per bushel. The grain bins
are considered standard farm improvements when
considering the size of all three of the Frio
Farms. The property is separated by a net wire
fence on the west and south sides with the
eastern portion being high fenced.
soils on the farm include: Uvalde Clay Loam – This
soil features 0% to 1% slopes. The soil is
well drained with a high available water capacity.
This soil is moderately suited to dry land
crops and well suited to irrigation crops.
The chief crops are corn, grain, sorghum, oats,
wheat, cotton, peppers, cabbage, carrots, onions,
spinach and other vegetables.
Johnson Farm is one of the three farms that
make up the 2,429.75 acres of the Frio Farms.
The Frio Farm is separated into three properties;
the northwest farm known as the Johnson Farm
being 340.74 acres, the central farm known
as the Flowers Farm being 743.45 acres and
the southeastern farm known as the Holcomb
Farm being approximately 1,345.56 acres: 1,736+/-
Acres - Pivot 35+/- Acres - Drip 237+/- Acres
- Flood irrigation 162+/- Acres - Dry Farmland
259.79+/- Acres – Road, Brush, Etc. All
three farms are generally level and highly
productive, efficient and in good working order
and have been well maintained.
will convey all minerals owned, exact mineral
conveyance to be determined at time of new