Nestled in the South Carolina Lowcountry graced with stately live oaks and abundant wildlife you will find your private escape, the Whitener Tract.
1,785 Acres convenient to Hilton Head, Savannah and Jacksonville provide adventurous deer and turkey hunting. Protected by a c...
Cattle Country, Highly Improved and Productive Pastures, good fences. Average rainfall around 45 inches per year, lots of grass!!. .....60 minutes from downtown Dallas to Texas Heaven..... Modern Home, Pool, 100x50 Hay barn, Ponds and Rolling hills, Mature oak trees, 35 acre...
NE TX Cattle & Horse Ranch, runs 500 cows, 4BR/5 Bath home.
1698 +/- ACRES N.E. Texas Cattle and Horse Ranch. Will run 500 cows & calves and produces all the hay you need.
Price Reduced to: $ 3,200 per acre
Animal Units: Runs 500 cows and calves.
Approximately 195.515 acres of land and improvements located just south of the Missouri River with land on the north and south side of the railroad. The river front land is divided from the main rail lines.
There are 3 primary buiildings on the land: 1) An approximate...
Highly productive, precision leveled farmland with excellent soils! The farm includes one well with good groundwater. There is gravel road access.
From Harrisburg, Arkansas, take Highway 163 south for six miles, turn on Highway 373 and go east for three miles, turn north on Whittingham Road, go three-quarter mile north to farm.
For additional information, please contact Bill Shannon, AFM/Agent, at (870) 933-9700 or (870) 761-5649.
Offered for sale is 97 (+/-) acres situated on Crowleys Ridge in Poinsett County, Arkansas known as McMasters Ridge.
Crowleys Ridge (the Ridge) is the only portion of the Bluff Hills ecoregion in Arkansas, it is a disjunct series of loess-capped hills surrounded by the lower, flatter Mississippi Alluvial Plain. The Ridge has elevations of up to 500 feet and is of sufficient height to have trapped wind-blown silt during the Pleistocene Epoch. It was formed by the aggregation of loess and the subsequent erosion by streams. The loess is subject to vertical sloughing when wet. Spring-fed streams and seep areas occur on the lower slopes and in basal areas where Tertiary sands and gravels, that were never removed by the Mississippi River, are