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Game Ranch Management
650 CR 468
Elgin, TX 78621
(512) 423-0362

contact@gameranchmanagement.com


Eight Point Ranch
www.eightpointranch.com


FOR FREE JOB EVALUATIONS CALL STEVE!!

Meet your Contractor!!
   "I grew up on a Central Texas dairy farm, until age 20, learning the values of hard work, and the skills for taking care of livestock and machinery.  For the past 25 years, I have been a Dozer Contractor and have been closely related to many aspects of the construction industry.  In 2003, I came to Eight Point Ranch, to help with design and construction of - ponds, lakes, roads, fencing, barns, working pens, water gaps, grass planting, and the floating boat dock".

     "In 2011, Elgin Land Management was formed to offer our knowledge and experience to help with your projects and develop your property into a productive and enjoyable ranch".  

    "With my 25 years experience, I am confident that my knowledge and work ethics will help with any project you may have. I would like the opportunity to meet with you, look at the property, and discuss your project and construction needs".  


     "We welcome you to come out to 
Eight Point Ranch and see our completed projects and facilities".   

Thanks,
Steve Haisler
512-517-0389










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Tank and Pond Building

Game Ranch Management  has the experience necessary to complete a tank, pond or lake for your ranch needs. Our desire is to meet you needs and get the work done as quickly as possible to get you underway in little or no time at all. Mnay people have ask similar questions when starting a dozer project, and we will work with you to make sure that your questions are answered..

If you are going to build a tank, pond or lake this project requires a considerable amount of planning before construction is started.  The type of soil, amount of run-off, type and size of machine, and operator experience are all factors in the outcome of your project.  Good clay soil is best to hold water.  In most soil structures there will be top soil, clay or clay mixed with sand.  Sometimes as you dig deeper a layer of rock, sand, or gravel will be found.  If you and your contractor have done proper research (and you have an experienced operator) these variable issues can be overcome and you will end up with a great looking pond/lake that will hold water.



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