Wards Cattle Farm
This is a turn key cattle farm with great access off of hwy. 67/167, and only 40 minutes from Little Rock. The current owner has spared no expense for his cattle operation with numerous paddocks for rotational grazing, and fresh water centrally located in each of the paddocks. The soils have been treated to raise the pH level and the hay production and cattle have responded.
This farm has been in ag production in the past, and could easily be returned to ag production. The current owner receives an annual check for the crop bases for rice, soybeans, corn, and milo. There has also been a new ground water test completed and the results are 500 gallons / minute for a new well.
Additionally, this farm has multiple recreational opportunities as it borders Bull Creek, it's in a known area for trophy deer as there are expansive neighboring properties, and there are trophy bass fishing opportunities in the 12 acre reservoir.
-High percent grass
- 90%+- of the ground is open ground.
-Water is provided to the cattle from a new well and through underground 2" pvc pipe.
-There are 20 combine tires that have been concreted in, have floats, and are evenly spaced throughout the property to provide fresh water.
-The underground pvc pipe system is also connected to city water for a backup water supply.
-There's one 12+- acre reservoir with 2 additional ponds. The reservoir and ponds are fenced off with electric fencing to keep the cattle out.
-The soil has been treated in the past and the pH levels have been between 6.4 - 6.5.
-They produced 217 large hay bale rolls in the 1,000 lb. range off of 60 acres.
-The property is cross fenced for rotational grazing with varying sized paddocks. These are cross fenced with electric fencing with fresh water in the center.
-There's one 60' x 100' barn, and one 50' x 50' two-sided steel shed.
-The farm was in ag production in the past and the owner receives an annual check for the crop bases which include rice, soybeans, corn, and milo.
-There's been a new test completed, summer '19, for groundwater and the results are 500 gals / minute for a new well.