Don Bell

UC / Don Bell Properties is one of the premier real estate sales teams in the Mid West. The successful group is lead by owner/broker Don Bell, who is a licensed broker in Texas, Kansas, New Mexico and Oklahoma.

Don is a fourth generation steward of livestock, land, and horses. He is graduate of West Texas A&M with a bachelors degree in Equine Industry and Business. His personal background includes a broad knowledge of multiple disciplines in the horse world, ranch management, wildlife management, cattle ranching, farming, and luxury residential estates. In addition, he is an accomplished horseman, acclaimed western artist, and avid outdoorsman. 

Mr. Bell is a national director at large for the American Quarter Horse Association. At the time of his appointment he was the youngest to hold this position in the organization’s seventy year history. In 2021 he was recognized by WTAMU as a graduate of distinction where he serves on the college of agriculture’s advisory committee. Mr. Bell is most widely know in the real estate industry for representing the purchasing team on the iconic 6666 Ranch in Texas listed at $325 million. 

He resides in Millsap, TX with his wife Joetta and their two daughters, Trinity and Jayden Bell. 

My Listings

The Wallahachie

Meade, KS
Property Description: The Wallahachie fences run from Meade County, Kansas into Beaver County, OK. With 4804± contiguous deeded acres in two states and an adjoining 2100 acre lease it stands alone as one of the most diverse landscapes in the Mid West. Rarely does ground exist supporting trophy caliber genetics for two separate species but, Whitetail and Mule deer enthusiasts will be hard pressed to find a more exciting spot to chase both. Featured on BuckVentures and Major League Bowhunter the ranch has proven time and time again to be a world class producer of Boone and Crockett class bucks. Management and harvest practices have been implemented for years to insure only mature animal harvest and a supplemental feed program has been in place to maximize health and horn growth. Other present wildlife is a thriving population of Bobwhite Quail, migratory fowl, and occasional pheasants. ​ Terrain Featuring over 180’ of elevation change that can be categorized by high rolling grassy plains to fertile creek bottom. A good mix of red breaks add color and character to the landscape and numerous well covered draws provide for wildlife bedding. Approximately 110 acres are dedicated to tillable food sources and just over 70 of those are irrigated. The ranch is well watered from Crooked Creek and multiple solar wells. The lease ground also includes approximately 2100’ of Cimarron River frontage providing excellent travel corridors for cruising bucks in the fall. Native grasses and habitat give abundant cover for a wide range of wildlife. ​ Ranch Info: Fourteen box blinds Seven strategically placed solar-powered water drinkers Eleven feeder stations including multiple crush, broadcast, and bulk feeders complemented by a 60,000-pound corn storage bin 65'x100' metal building with living quarters 60'x50' equipment barn Utilities Large parcel neighbors ​ Contact Us: Are you interested in this property? Let us know by filling out a form and we will connect with you promptly. ​ Listing Agent: Don Bell, Texas Blake Merritt, Oklahoma