673.89± Acres
Conway County, Arkansas

Maus Pecan Farm

ID: 49278
Status: Sold
Acres: 673.89±
Type: Farms
Address: 807 Willow Bend
City, State: Morrilton, Arkansas
County: Conway
ZIP Code: 72110
Presented By: Chad Carger


673 acres, more or less, in Conway County just outside of Morrilton by the Arkansas River with good county road access consisting of a pecan farm and additional acreage. The trees are set up to be watered individually in sections via electric wells. The shop is large enough to hold all the equipment needed to service and maintain the farm. The office is a good, secure building that’s heated and cooled.

Age Structure & Layout of the pecan farm:

  • 1351 of the trees are 27 years old
  • 603 trees are in the 4-10 year old range with some of those producing
  • Every 6th row is a pollinator
  • The farm sees two hay cutting a year that provide about 400 bales on the first cut and 300 on the second cut. A third cut is normally a mow to get things clean and ready for harvest.

The Tree Varieties

  • Oconee
  • Pawnee
  • Caddo
  • Choctaw
  • Kanza
  • Nacono


Additional Information


  • dove
  • small game
  • whitetail deer


  • fishing
  • hunting

water access

  • river


  • irrigation system
  • pond
  • shed
  • well

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