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Monroe County, ArkansasBig Slash Waterfowl Tract is a highly productive, well developed farm catering to waterfowl and good times. Recently improved with the addition of a levee and water control structure to flood the woods, a new duck blind that overlooks flooded corn and slick roll top pit that has already been the demise of several hundred geese. The blind is a cadillac...it's powered by a generator with battery bank and inverter and designed for comfort and convenience in every way. The levee system has been engineered to put water 12-15 inches deep across the standing corn and timber. The61.32± acres$275,000
Faulkner County, ArkansasOne look at the aerial map and it's easy to see that the Mount Vernon 160 is a really diverse piece of hunting ground with several very positive attributes. For starters its just over 30 minutes from Conway, 40 or so from Searcy and about the same from Heber Springs. It's also protected from roads as well as the eyes and noise that comes with them. Water features are in abundance with its 4 ponds, 1 wet weather branch and Caney Creek swooping into the southeast corner of the property providing some live water. The rolling topography is the canvas163± acres$299,900
Monroe County, ArkansasVery rare opportunity to own an income producing hunting property in the Bayou DeView basin. The level crop ground is watered by an electric well and was in corn in 2017 and soybeans in 2018 and 2019. The water works its way to the south end of the field allowing a great opportunity to pull a levee and flood the field when the crops are out to hold waterfowl next to the woods. The timber itself is a variety of mast producing oak trees with a "brake" that runs NE to SW through the timber along the field. Although80± acres$299,900
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