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Land for sale in Sunflower County Mississippi

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$949,900 244.5 acres
Rome, MS 38768 - Sunflower County

244.5 Acres in Sunflower County

If your looking for an investment or additional farmland this 256 acres in Sunflower County will not disappoint! This property is easily accessible and is made up of 52 wooded acres with frontage along the Quiver River and 204 cultivated, 100% irrigated acres. The property offers deer and duck hunting (currently leased for duck hunting), 3 wells (2 electric) and gravel road frontage. Do not let this income potential property pass you by!
Tom Smith Tom Smith Land and Homes
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$541,500 153 acres
Charlie Ellis Road, Indianola, MS 38751 - Sunflower County

Porter Bayou Farm

Porter Bayou Farm offers 153+/-acres in central Sunflower County Mississippi. 100 acres of the property has been precision land formed and irrigated by two electric wells. There are 35 acres of timberland and 18 acres of out of production catfish ponds. Given the properties location to the Indianola wildlife management area it offers excellent potential for waterfowl hunting while providing annual income on the cultivated acres.  Property Breakdown: 100+/- acres precision land formed 35+/- acres mixed hardwood timber 18+/- acres catfish ponds Primary Soils: Forestdale silt loam: 60%  Dowling clay: 40% Improvements: Two electric submersible wells Pads surround land formed ground Steel pipes with risers 2 duck hunting blinds  Lease:  ow
Jacob Sartain Sartain's Heritage Properties
$2,860,000 760 acres
Steiner Rd, Indianola, MS 38751 - Sunflower County

Boyer

760 gross acres with 626.67 in cultivation that is located in 4 tracts of close proximity to each other. This farm has 275 acres irrigated by one center pivot and three wells for furrow irrigation. The balance of the property (133 acres ) consists of roads ,drainage, sloughs and thickets.
David Fisher David Fisher Land Company
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$988,500 242 acres
Dockery, MS 38732 - Sunflower County

242 acres Dockery, MS

BIG BEND FARMS 242+ Gross acres Sunflower Co., MS PROPERTY: Bounded by the Big Sunflower River on the north and MS Highway 8 on the south, this scenic one tract farm of 242+ gross acres with 208.09+ acres in cultivation features a high degree of USDA Class I & II soils of the Dundee and Forestdale series. 60% of the cropland is presently irrigated by one well. Excellent hunting sites. Farm is further identified as FSA Farm number 5309. LOCATION: The farm is located along MS Highway 8 approximately 5 miles east of Cleveland and lying in Sections 33 & 34, Township 22 North, Range 4 West, Sunflower Co., MS. SOILS: Soils consist of approximately 26.9% NRCS Class I Dundee very fine sandy loams; 38% NRCS Class II Dundee & Fo
John M. Dean, Jr., ALC, CIPS LANDMART / Dean Land & Realty Company
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$949,900 244.5 acres
00 E MINOT RD, Rome, MS 38768 - Sunflower County

244.5 acres Rome, MS

Whether your looking for an investment with great recreation or additional farmland this 244.5 SURVEYED acres in Sunflower County will not disappoint! This property is easily accessible and is made up of 200 cultivated acres with the remainder in timber and frontage along the Quiver River. The farmland is 100% irrigated. The property was rented for $30,000 in the 2016 farming season and has averaged 55 to 60 Bushel Soybeans. The property also offers deer and duck hunting (prior year to year duck hunting leases), 3 wells (2 electric), and gravel road frontage. Do not let this income potential property pass you by!
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$541,500 153 acres
Charlie Ellis Road, Indianola, MS 38751 - Sunflower County

153 acres Indianola, MS

Porter Bayou Farm offers 153+/-acres in central Sunflower County Mississippi. 100 acres of the property has been precision land formed and irrigated by two electric wells. There are 35 acres of timberland and 18 acres of out of production catfish ponds. Given the properties location to the Indianola wildlife management area it offers excellent potential for waterfowl hunting while providing annual income on the cultivated acres. Property Breakdown: 100+/- acres precision land formed 35+/- acres mixed hardwood timber 18+/- acres catfish ponds Primary Soils: Forestdale silt loam: 60% Dowling clay: 40% Improvements: Two electric submersible wells Pads surround land formed ground Steel pipes with risers 2 duck hunting blinds Lease: owner