• 470000
    big spring farm
    farms huntingland recreationalland residentialproperty lakefront timberland
    Phillips County, Arkansas
    Big Spring Farm is an 82.5 +/- acre farm and home located just north of Helena, Arkansas in an area known for its diverse wildlife and recreational opportunities. The forests and wetlands that cover parts of the property provide habitats for numerous whitetail deer, wild turkey, and waterfowl. Water is an essential resource for any farm, and the presence of Big Spring adds to the farm's appeal. Big Spring provides a natural source of fresh water, ensuring a reliable supply for irrigation, livestock, or recreational purposes. The gentle sound of running water and the sight of a crystal-clear
    82.5± acres
  • 2300000
    marks mississippi cotton farm
    Under Contract
    Quitman County, Mississippi
    This Mississippi delta cotton farm consists of 538.34 total acres and is located just west of Marks, MS. This farm is in 4 tracts that are in close proximity of each other. Seller will sell tracts separately. Silty loam and silty clay loam soils make up a majority of the 413.76 acres of tillable land. The majority of this farm was planted in cotton in 2022. There is one 1/4 mile valley pivots with well located on the farm. The remaining acreage is dryland. The farm lease and additional Farm Service Agency information is available by request
    538.34± acres
  • 1500000
    the cole farm
    farms ranches undevelopedland
    Lonoke County, Arkansas
    The 307.16 surveyed acre Cole Farm offers plenty of space for a wide range of potential uses, such as agricultural farming, livestock grazing, or the development of residential or commercial properties just outside of Jacksonville city limits. Jacksonville/Furlow offers a quiet, suburban lifestyle with easy access to amenities and services. The area is well-connected to the rest of the city and the surrounding region via AR Highway 294, making it a convenient place to live for those who work or travel frequently. In addition, the flat terrain and open space make this property a potentially attractive location for
    307.16± acres
  • 160000
    40 +/- acre farm & hunting land on glaise creek
    farms huntingland recreationalland
    Under Contract
    White County, Arkansas
    40 +/- acres of farmland with strong recreational attributes located between the White River Bottoms and Russell, Arkansas. Glaise Creek runs through the NE corner of this property providing a water source that compliments the electric irrigation well that is also on site. It is currently planted in soybeans and has both rice and soybean base per FSA across 37.55 cropland acres. While there is no duck history on this tract, we are familiar with tracts in the Departee Creek bottoms (1.5 miles East) that often harvest well over 500 ducks/year. While this farm is above what
    40± acres
  • 3876300
    1062 +/- acres on departee creek
    farms huntingland
    Jackson County, Arkansas
    Nestled along the scenic White River just a few miles from Bradford, Arkansas, and conveniently located only an hour away from Little Rock, this expansive 1,062-acre property is an ideal haven for hunting enthusiasts. With its diverse terrain and habitats, it offers exceptional opportunities for deer, duck, and turkey hunting. Beyond its hunting potential, this property serves as a sustainable income source, with approximately 273 acres of farmland and 186 acres of Conservation Reserve Program (CRP) hardwoods, making it a versatile investment. Additionally, a portion of the acreage is dedicated to the Wetlands Reserve Program (WRP), featuring three
    1,062± acres
  • 616320
    273.92 acres on sugar camp creek.
    farms huntingland
    Cleburne County, Arkansas
    This 273.92 Acres is located at the end of a dead end road approximately 2 miles South of Prim, Arkansas. The land has been professionally surveyed and features a mixture of upland and bottomland timber with Sugar Camp Creek running through the bottom of the property. The vast majority of the property is in timber with exception to approximately 20 Acres that is currently managed for hay production. There's also three ponds located on the property, one in the hay field and two more lay directly behind the camp house. The house was placed on the property in
    273.92± acres