Mason Trull

Mason Trull

Mason Trull

Associate

Austin, TX
(512) 431-0474 | mtrull@westandswoperanches.com
Mason Trull graduated from Texas Tech University with dual degrees in Business Marketing and Business Management. Mason was heavily involved in various organizations during his time at Texas Tech, and consistently devoted much of his time towards giving back to the Lubbock community. Upon graduation, Mason returned to his hometown of Austin and began a career at West and Swope Ranches. Mason has spent much of his life managing, improving, and hunting on different ranch properties throughout Texas, furthering his knowledge of land in different eco-regions of the state. He currently serves on the board of directors for Trull Service Company, which is a farm and ranch management company serving landowners across Southeast Texas. Mason also serves as an associate trustee for the Trull Foundation, which works alongside numerous South Texas organizations to assist women and children living in rural areas, those suffering from substance abuse, as well as conserving and improving the fragile wetland environment of the Texas Gulf Coast. He is a proud member of Texas Wildlife Association, Ducks Unlimited, Texas Alliance of Land Brokers, and Austin Board of Realtors. Mason’s eagerness to meet new faces and form lifelong relationships with his clients is a distinguishing asset admired by many. His extensive background in farm and ranch management practices, as well as his lifelong love for the outdoors, allows Mason to passionately pursue his career in the farm and ranch real estate business.

Agent's Listings:

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Blue Branch Ranch

432 acres

$1,707,834

Gatesville, TX, Coryell County

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Somerville Ranch

201 acres

$1,207,680

Giddings, TX

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active

The Dinhobl Ranch

234 acres

$1,099,000

Lexington, TX Lee County

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active

$994,700

Pleasanton, TX Atascosa County

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active

$720,000

Port O'Connor, TX Matagorda County

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sold

Bracken Lake Ranch

1,069 acres

Sold

Tyler, TX. Smith County

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sold

Red Rock Estate

52 acres

Sold

Red Rock, TX Bastrop County

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2018-2019 Texas Waterfowl Season in Review

The 2018-2019 waterfowl season in Texas was characterized by record setting rainfall, mild temperatures, and disappointing waterfowl numbers across the state. Heavy rainfall throughout Texas starting in September was at first a welcomed sight by many waterfowl enthusiasts due to the severe lack of water plaguing much of Texas at the time. Unfortunately this heavy rainfall refused to cease since ...