Hook-N-Horns Ranch is 952 acres located 1.5 miles east of Duke, Oklahoma and was purchased on May 14, 2010 by Dr. David Scott and his wife, Lenae. The Scott family are first time ranch owners but have embraced the opportunity to learn about ranch and livestock management.
Hook-N-Horns Ranch is utilized for winter wheat production, hay for forage, as well as cattle ranching. The ranch dedicates 450 acres to crop cultivation and the remaining 502 acres are open pastures for the cattle. Turkey Creek is the main source of water for the ranch and the deer, turkey, quail, duck, and dove populations that live on the land.
In 2012 Dr. Scott, along with his father Homer Scott made regular trips to re-paint and repair all main structures and fencing on the property. The ranch includes a large barn with bunkhouse, three grain silos, stables, a grainery, implement shed, as well as 14 pens, and a cattle chute.
Dr. Scott and his son, Chad are both avid outdoorsmen and spend their free time fishing and hunting a variety of large and small game. The name Hook-N-Horns was selected to represent the family’s new venture and their favorite pastime.