Ring Neck Ranch A Hunter's Paradise A Successful Hunt

RING NECK RANCH was established in 1993 by Kevin Robertson and Gary Schneider, both native Nebraskans.  In the past four years, they have developed one of the finest pheasant hunting facilities in the United States.  Hunting takes place on a 3,000 acre private farm located ten miles south of Paxton, Nebraska.  Paxton is located on I-80 three hours east of Denver and four hours west of Omaha.
Lodge Room Our facilities are complete with a 2,340 square foot lodge. We provide a spacious, comfortable setting for your relaxation after a successful day's hunt.
Our hunting packages include lodging, meals, dogs and guides, all of which are provided directly on the farm.  We encourage hunters to bring their families along for a memorable experience they will not forget.  You will have a unique and exciting experience at the RING NECK RANCH.  We do not mix parties, therefore, you will have the entire facility to yourself during your stay.  Corporate groups are also welcome. Kitchen
Happy Hunter We offer a variety of cover to hunt from, including CRP grass adjacent to crop fields consisting of corn, beans, wheat, sunflowers and millet.  This makes for excellent bird habitat.  At RING NECK RANCH, we believe in conservation.  Every year we plant trees and shelter belts for improved bird habitat, and leave a certain percentage of our crops standing for feed plots.
Our farm includes a 4,600 foot airstrip which is within walking distance of our lodge, so you can step off the plane and right into our homey accommodations.  In the morning, wake up to a hot country breakfast and be within walking distance of your day's hunt. Successful Hunt
Other hunting options provided by the RING NECK RANCH include morning dove, goose, duck, deer and sharptail grouse.

For more information, or to make reservations, please contact:

RING NECK RANCH

Kevin Robertson & Gary Schneider
312 West R
Ogallala, NE 69153
(308) 284-2475

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last updated 12/02/97
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