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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 the White River will typically flood, a landowner could probably hold and harvest waterfowl if it were to be flooded. The deer hunting should be excellent as the farmer often reports reduced soybean yields due to deer pressure. This tract is perfect for the individual looking to start their farmland portfolio while maintaining strong recrecational attributes to enjoy during ownership. For more information contact Kevin Keen at (870)215-1185.