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White County, ArkansasThis is a turn key cattle farm with great access off of hwy. 67/167, and only 40 minutes from Little Rock. The current owner has spared no expense for his cattle operation with numerous paddocks for rotational grazing, and fresh water centrally located in each of the paddocks. The soils have been treated to raise the pH level and the hay production and cattle have responded. This farm has been in ag production in the past, and could easily be returned to ag production. The current owner receives an annual check for the crop bases for rice, soybeans, corn477± acres$1,621,800
Clay County, ArkansasOwning property on water is a favorite of outdoor enthusiasts. When that water source is a river that is the lifeblood of a Wildlife Management Area folks really get interested. Welcome to the Black River Lots at Knobel. These four lots are combined to be sold together along with two boat docks. They are located just a few minutes north of Knobel, AR on the south side of the river and just a short boat ride east of Dave Donaldson Black River WMA. Although there are not living quarters on the property, there is rural water, electric and even septic0.4± acres$25,000
Woodruff County, ArkansasThe Hilleman Rec Tract is a small tract with big potential. To start, it's in a great part of the world where recreational ground is sought after for its ability to produce trophy whitetail. There's plenty of duck hunting in the area too making this an ideal spot to build a cabin to enjoy the local public land or go sit in a stand on your own place. A power line run NW to SE through the thickest part of the property giving you a ready made hunting lane through the bedding area. There's also a really nice hardwood stand36.5± acres$75,000
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