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White County, ArkansasInvestors, hunters, or buyers looking for a good building location, this one checks a lot of the boxes. There's paved road frontage on 3 sides allowing for multiple 10 acre lots for the investor. For the hunter, this property has a good mix of hardwood timber, thickets, and a small pond and wet weather creek. For the buyer looking for a home site, this property has just enough ground to give you the privacy you're looking for, opportunities for a small farm if you convert the thicket area back to pasture, and convenience to town. Additional acreage is available58± acres$203,035
Craighead County, ArkansasJust 5 miles east of the St. Francis Sunken Lands WMA and 14 miles south of Big Lake NWR and WMA, this 300 acre farm offers more than great income. The south side overs excellent waterfowl habitat and farming where a variety of crops can be grown and since the Right Hand Chute Little River runs along the south line, take advantage of the natural flooding or use one of the wells to pump your own water. Have your option of hunting the timber on the clear days or the fields on those cloudy days. The north is precision300± acres$1,600,000
Calhoun County, Arkansas123 acres +/- located between southeast of Hampton on County road 24 in Calhoun County, Arkansas. There's an additional road allowing for great accessibility leading back north along the east side of the property to a small lakes / ponds from gravel pit remains. That area was loaded with deer and turkey foot traffic. Timber was recently harvested and property has been surveyed and lines are painted. This property offers excellent hunting or would provide the opportunity for a nice house place.123± acres$153,750
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As our logo, the acorn represents a story that starts small, grows and branches out. At its maturity it’s perched in by a roosting turkey, used as a lookout for a hunting hawk and nested in by owls and squirrels. It’s arguably the most important Habitat building block. We seek it out as hunters, we plant it as conservationists and use it in our plan as Habitat managers and hunters.
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