West Texas 6666 Ranch sells for over $320 million. Here’s why it’s so special

The ink is officially dry on the sale of the historic West Texas 6666 Ranch, which carried a price tag of over $320 million for 266,255-plus acres. Taylor Sheridan, fellow Texan and American screenwriter (“Yellowstone”), now owns a property filled with the history starting in the 1800s, according to a news release.
The ranch, also known as the Four Sixes, was founded in 1870 and covered multiple counties. It had three divisions – The 6666’s Ranch in Guthrie with 142,372 acres, Dixon Creek Ranch in Carson and Hutchison Counties with 114,455 acres, and Frisco Creek in Sherman County with 9,428 acres.


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