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Lee County, ArkansasThis 80 acre parcel is located on Crowley's Ridge just south of Marianna, and shares 1.25 miles of property border with the 20,946 acre St. Francis National Forest. This is a highly sought after area with a reputation for producing mid-west caliber whitetail in the hills of east Arkansas. The deer unit for this parcel is in Zone 5A with liberal modern gun regulations for private land hunters. The National Forest modern gun hunting is limited to permit only with quality deer restrictions in place. Turkey hunters, this is also a known area for quality turkey hunting80± acres$200,000
Jackson County, ArkansasThis 39+- acres includes both a duck hole and a 2,300 sq. ft. house in a great location for the waterfowler. Cow Lake Ditch runs through the 37.5+- acres located just west of the house, and has been used to flood the fields with a relift pump for duck hunting. Most years the fields hold water and flood naturally as there are levees on both the south and east sides. The ducks have used this hole in the past whether it was planted in rice, or when left in native vegetation. There are public hunting opportunities within39± acres$325,000
Jackson County, ArkansasThe Beedeville Farm is a 148+- acre farm in a great location in Jackson County just south of Amagon and near Beedeville. This farm is all irrigated including 2 wells, and one of those going down in the last 7 years. There's a turbine on the north end with underground pipe, and a 10hp submersible on the south end along the highway. There is good duck hunting potential on this farm as it lies right between the Cache River and Bayou DeView. FSA info. available upon request.148± acres$667,485
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