Hook-N-Horns Ranch is proud of their versatility and diversity of crop production.
Wheat has been the primary crop grown at HNH Ranch for many years. Unfortunately, due to the current drop in wheat prices, Hook-N-Horns Ranch is focusing their efforts on a joint venture with Joe Max Freeman in growing millet, milo, and sudan for hay production as well as cattle grazing, thus more beef can be supplied to Premium Beef Feeders that are 100% grass fed.
These crops also benefit the local wildlife, most especially the deer, turkey, doves, and quail by providing natural food plots.
HNH is always looking to maximize the land's agricultural production while enhancing the natural environment for strong and healthy wildlife.