Situated between Beedeville and Pumpkin Bend, and just over 2 miles east of the Cache River, this farm offers income with great duck and deer hunting opportunities.
Although the last crop was rice, this ground will also produce other crops such as beans and corn.
Terrain diversity is really cool on this place. Two significant water features, Little Cow Lake and May Branch, contribute to the wildlife and recreational appeal. The block of timber on the southeast portion of the property is the home to many mast producing oak trees that surround a "hidden field" that would be ideal for a large food plot.
Roads and drainage system have been established and work well together to allow easy access to most points on the property. Overall, this tract is big enough to hold significant wildlife, is in the right area for ducks and quality whitetail, and has the ability to produce income from crop and leasing the hunting rights.