Arkansas Farmland

  • 384720
    farms huntingland ranches recreationalland residentialproperty singlefamily
    Prairie County, Arkansas
    Located in NW Prairie County, just a short distance south of Hickory Plains, Arkansas, is a farm full of history and opportunity. Named after the small branch that runs through the timber on the Northeast corner of the property, this tract has been in the same family for more than a few years and generations. New Cut Road runs along the western boundary and the southern property line is bordered by Plainview Road allowing for good access to the acreage. The residence is a very special one, quality constructed with the smallest details in mind. Affectionately known as a
    47± acres
  • 299500
    farms huntingland recreationalland timberland
    Monroe County, Arkansas
    Very 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, soybeans in 2018. The timber is a variety of mast producing oak trees, part of which hold some huntable duck water beginning in the late summer/early fall. In the center of the timber there are a couple grown up fields that would make stellar food plots to feed the whitetail that travel the wooded corridor. This property is in the right part of the world to further develop
    80± acres
  • 187600
    farms huntingland recreationalland riverfront timberland
    Cross County, Arkansas
    Bayou Deview Conservation Tract consists of 67 +/- acres situated on the east bank of Bayou Deview in the far northwest corner of Cross county, Arkansas. 55 +/- acres of CRP provides a healthy annual income at over $105 per acre and being surrounded by ag fields for miles means a massive amount of food for waterfowl in the area. It doesn't take a big rain for the bayou to get out of it's banks and put flood water across the CRP portion of the farm. The good news is in dry years there's an electric well giving you
    67± acres
  • 260000
    farms huntingland
    Arkansas County, Arkansas
    The Casscoe 80 is a row crop and wildlife farm located East of Stuttgart and just north of Casscoe, Arkansas. Its about 3 miles west of the Preston Ferry boat ramp and the famous White River Refuge. This Arkansas county farm has good access via easement from highway 33, utilities, and an irrigation well. Approx 60 tillable acres being farmed on a rice / bean rotation. It's currently in soybeans and on a cash rent agreement. If you're looking to own a row crop farm with the ability to deer or duck hunt this meets all the requirements. There's
    80± acres
  • 175500
    farms huntingland ranches recreationalland horseproperty
    Independence County, Arkansas
    Located in Independence County between Batesville and Cord, AR lies this beautiful 65 surveyed acre property with 1/3 of a mile of Dota Creek frontage. It has several attributes that compliment the property aside from the year round creek, top notched deer & turkey hunting, and cattle farming opportunities. It offers paved road frontage off of North Charlotte Rd, that allows for a short 20 minute drive from Batesville, AR., and has utilities at the road. On the back side of the property lies a hidden field with a big hillside that is the bedroom for some big deer
    65± acres
  • 899000
    farms huntingland ranches recreationalland residentialproperty timberland horseproperty
    Cleburne County, Arkansas
    A beautiful blend of Habitat for both livestock and wildlife...and this place is LOADED with wildlife! About 100 acres of pasture with electric fence, a 20 x 40 pole barn and 50 x 74 x 17 hay barn to support the farm aspect. There are 200 plus acres of timber, streams and ponds to support your outdoor lifestyle. Water is what everybody wants to know about and this place is rich in that resource...3 springs, 2 creeks that connect and 4 ponds (one of those is stocked). The house was remodeled a few years ago and is
    318± acres
  • 680000
    farms huntingland ranches recreationalland residentialproperty timberland horseproperty
    Independence County, Arkansas
    It's a privilege to bring a property to market that's so rich in resources and tradition. The Lazy R Ranch is comprised of approximately 320 acres, two homes, several outbuildings, pasture, timber and LOTS of water. Its rolling terrain and variety of landscape blends in the perfect way to offer both beauty and supreme habitat for its plentiful wildlife. The place is absolutely covered up in deer and turkey. That will come as no surprise when you see the roosting spots over live water, the numerous springs on the property, the hillsides blanketed in white oak trees and the thick
    320± acres
  • 114000
    farms ranches undevelopedland commercialland
    White County, Arkansas
    The Lover's Lane tract consists of 48 acres +/- within the city limits of Bald Knob, Arkansas on the northeast side of town. Located at the intersection of Lover's lane and Highway 367 providing paved access and utilities. One irrigation well on the property that was used to irrigate approx. 20 acres +/- of rice in the 2018 farm season. The farmland could remain in row crop or converted into pastureland.
    48± acres
  • 120000
    farms huntingland recreationalland
    White County, Arkansas
    The Russell 40 is a non-irrigated soybean farm located East of Russell, AR in northeastern White County. Approx. 31 tillable acres in addition to a mix of hardwoods along the eastern side of the property that provide the opportunity for deer hunting and other small game. Along with bordering 150+ acres of pine & hardwood to the east and south, this tract is less than 1/2 mile from the White River Bottoms. In high flood water years, deer escape the bottoms in search for dry ground for survival until the water recedes. That being said, in those situations, this
    40± acres
  • 385000
    farms huntingland recreationalland
    White County, Arkansas
    This northeastern White County tillable farm consists of 114 surveyed acres +/- located due east of Russell, Arkansas. It's currently in a Rice / Soybean rotation with electric wells on each end of the property. The western well irrigates the western 1/3 of the farm whereas the eastern well irrigates the precision leveled 2/3 of farmland. Roetzel road runs the full length of the northern boundary providing exceptional access to the property in addition to its farm roads and drainage system that elevates the farm to its full potential. This is an income producing row crop farm opportunity located
    114± acres
  • 350000
    farms ranches recreationalland residentialproperty timberland horseproperty singlefamily
    Cleburne County, Arkansas
    Mount Zion Estate is a property rich in amenities....spacious home, 2 ponds, fenced pasture, barn, indoor and outdoor entertainment areas, wildlife, deer stands, food plots, all conveniently located very near the world class fishing of the Little Red River and the beautiful clear waters of Greers Ferry Lake. Named after Mount Zion which peaks at the northeast corner of the tract, this property features views to the north and the south and feels like its 600 acres instead of 60. The deer and turkey are fond of the combination of hardwood timber, rolling topography and open fields as
    60± acres
  • 122500
    farms huntingland ranches recreationalland timberland horseproperty
    White County, Arkansas
    The Fall Branch property is made up of approximately 20 acres of pasture, and 15 acres of timber. For your water source there's a small pond on the northwest corner, and a wet weather creek that flows through the northern portion of the property. This property is located on Joy Mountain and has paved road frontage on Gravel Hill Rd. This property is located just over 10 miles east of Rose Bud, and isn't to far from Cabot, Vilonia, Beebe, and Searcy. For those looking for a small cattle farm, this one has lots of history. It's fenced and
    35± acres
  • 1850000
    farms huntingland recreationalland riverfront timberland
    Woodruff County, Arkansas
    When it comes to waterfowl hunting, location is everything. This property is not only in the right location, but it has many other qualities a waterfowler desires. -Cache River channel runs through a portion of the property for a river blind location. -1.25 miles of Cache NWR frontage adding to the hunting opportunities. -150+- acres of flooded timber when the Cache River is out of its banks. -241+- acres of irrigated tillable cropland for a return on your investment. -2 wells to flood portions the fields for waterfowl. -Paved road frontage for a lodge.
    394± acres
  • 172250
    farms ranches recreationalland horseproperty
    White County, Arkansas
    This is a great location for a small farm located right at 15 miles from the Searcy city limits. This property has paved road frontage, both Gravel Hill Rd. and Romance Rd., on parts of 3 sides. There are several nice building spots on both the east side off of Romance Rd., and on the west side off of Gravel Hill Rd. This property is fenced and cross-fenced, with one pond and a small wet weather creek, and ready for your cattle. Locate just west of Searcy, take hwy 36 west out of town. Once you arrive at Joy
    53± acres
  • 223000
    farms commercialland
    St. Francis County, Arkansas
    The Forrest City Farm is in a great location within the city limits of Forrest City and with paved road frontage on 3 sides. Bordered by State Hwy. 70, Dr. Martin Luther King Dr., and W. Day Ave., there are multiple uses, including commercial and residential development. This property is located in a high traffic area. This property is currently in crop production (soybeans in 2018) with a high percentage of tillable acres. The remainder of the property is made up of a farm road going through the middle of the property, and a small block of timber on
    55.75± acres
  • 832000
    farms recreationalland
    Poinsett County, Arkansas
    A good production farm between Grubbs and Cash on Hwy 18 with good potential for duck hunting. The farm has never been leased for hunting but the seller states that when there are ducks around they have family members that will hunt them there. Pits on all the surrounding farms are a good indicator of duck history in the immediate area as well as the general area being known for waterfowl. Currently on a 75/25 crop share with no input cost from the land owner. Irrigation: (1 ) gearhead well with 16 inch casing (1) discharge at the well
    160± acres
  • 990000
    farms huntingland recreationalland
    Lonoke County, Arkansas
    The Luebke Farm and Timber tract is located east of Scott in the center of a triangle between Little Rock, Keo and Lonoke in an area known for monster bucks and duck hunting. The property is in two separate tracts and ready to accommodate anything from farming to hunting. The crown of the "headquarters", as we call it, is a large home in the most relaxing delta setting. At approximately 3,847 sq. ft., with 3 bedrooms, 3 full bathrooms, fireplace and large game room, it's ready to entertain or handle everyday life on the farm in comfort and
    105± acres