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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
Washington County, ArkansasThe Parker Branch 50 is a great piece of hardwood timber. Less than 30 minutes from Fayetteville and sits just a couple miles off Highway 71. Layers of benches divided by draws offer ideal topography for deer travel. Lots of deer sign throughout the property and a wet weather creek that cuts through the hills. An ATV trail travels to the highest point on the property to provide easy access. With multiple building sites along the road and power on site, this place is also ideal for a cabin or country home.50± acres$170,000
Poinsett County, ArkansasCrowley's Ridge is a unique place that is known for a variety of wildlife. The Ridge has a reputation for producing trophy bucks and an abundance of turkey. This property is gated with a private gravel road through the west 20ac, ensuring a secure/private access. There are trails throughout, with rolling hills, ridges, and clearings. This property has watering holes and streams offering great habitat to maintain your game and attract more. Just south of Harrisburg, you're not far from food or fuel.60± acres$150,000
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