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St. Francis County, ArkansasThis 317+- acres in St. Francis County has both good crop and duck potential. This farm has convenient access located just 3 miles from the I-40 Palestine exit, and just 55 minutes from Memphis. The farm has silt loam soil and a history of growing corn, beans, rice, and wheat. This farm is irrigated with 2 turbine wells allowing for furrow irrigation to all areas of the farm. For duck hunting this farm borders the L'Anguille River to the north, Coffee Creek runs through the southern border, and it's bordered by both large blocks of timber and duck clubs317± acres$1,236,300
Calhoun County, Arkansas38 acres +/- located west of Hampton south of Hwy 278 on Little Bay Rd. in Calhoun County, Arkansas. Road frontage along the east boundary of the property which provides great accessibility. Timber was recently harvested in 2020. Property has been surveyed. This property offers excellent hunting or would provide the opportunity to build a house. Access to both electric and water. There is approx. 123 acre +/- available on the other side of Little Bay Rd.38± acres$65,000
Izard County, ArkansasEnjoy the Ozarks sitting on the peak of a ridge overlooking the White River, just north of Mt.View. The seller will also include his 34ft Hideout RV with this property. Access the property through a secure gate and travel up the gravel/shale road to experience the peace and quiet of seclusion. Only 1.5 miles from Anglers White River Resort and easy access to the river. Many attractions like Blanchard Springs, Ozark Folk Center, and horseback riding are nearby. This is a great place for the whole family.6± acres$77,000
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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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