MT7 Ranch


MT7 Ranch has vehicles in place to create value.

The Terry Family’s passion for ranching, cattle operations, land cultivation and development along with their love of the outdoors and conservation led them to purchase MT7 Ranch in 2008. Located in North Central Texas in Stephens County, MT7 Ranch encompasses more than 22,000 acres of rolling plains and cross timbers habitats.

The ranch uses traditional agricultural practices such as cattle and farming in combination with wildlife management to generate profits while simultaneously enhancing and benefiting habitat. The primary operational goals are to develop a first-class cattle operation currently focused on Red Angus and commercial stocker sales, drive oil and gas interests, cultivate crop (wheat, hay, etc.) production and capitalize on land value appreciation.

Additionally, the ranch strives to act as a model for others through its best practices and good land stewardship ethics, including restoration of native grasses and risk management. Consequently, the ranch not only provides quality recreational experiences for guests, but also is used as an outdoor classroom for local elementary school students through graduate school students from around the region.

The ranch works cooperatively with Texas Parks & Wildlife, Natural Resource Conservation Service, Texas A&M University, Texas Tech University, Louisiana State University, US Fish & Wildlife Service, Breckenridge ISD and others on a variety of research, education, field day and demonstration projects. To date, the ranch has produced record book quality whitetail deer and Rio Grande wild turkey along with excellent populations of quail and migratory birds such as dove and waterfowl.


Ty Bartoskewitz

Ranch Manager

Ty Bartoskewitz is responsible for planning and supervising ranch operational and capital improvement projects, wildlife and habitat management practices, and outreach and education opportunities. His previous experience includes serving as Technical Guidance and Private Lands Biologist for the Texas Parks & Wildlife Department, as well as Wildlife Biologist for Terra Rosa Ranch and La Bandera Ranch. Bartoskewitz is actively involved in the Texas Wildlife Association, where he serves as a Director and is a member of their White-tailed Deer Advisory Committee. He also currently serves as member and Vice Chair of the Texas Parks & Wildlife Private Lands Advisory Committee. He is an Official Measurer of the Boone and Crockett Club, past President of the North Texas Buckskin Brigade, and also serves on the Rolling Plains Quail Research Ranch Advisory Committee. Bartoskewitz earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Range and Wildlife Management from Texas Tech University and a Master of Science degree in Wildlife Management from Caesar Kleberg Wildlife Research Institute at Texas A&M University-Kingsville.

Jason Hash

Assistant Ranch Manager

Jason Hash plans and oversees all cattle and livestock operations, fencing, heavy equipment, farming, and infrastructure projects. Before joining the MT7 Ranch team, Hash gained experience in various ranching and construction positions and was the owner of J&M Construction for eight years. He is an active member of Texas and Southwestern Cattle Raisers and Texas Longhorn Breeders. In his spare time, Hash enjoys volunteering with the local youth sports leagues in which his children are involved.