Highly Improved Agriculture and Waterfowl Tract Newport, Arkansas
1,241 Acres, Jefferson Township in Jackson County, Arkansas
In parts of Sections 8, 17 and 18 T12N R3W
1,241 acres all contiguous leveled rice land
1,211 acres tillable land per county FSA
30 Acres levees and small lake
6 irrigation wells ( 4 two stage 16 with 60 and 40 hp and two 1 stage wells) 2,500 4,000 gpm
Multiple irrigation risers
2 re lift pumps
Underground irrigation pipe
Mostly precision leveled, irrigated and designed for maximum rice production.
Dundee silt loam is the primary soil type
Base Acres: total base acres are 1,132 as follows below:
Crop Base Soybeans 488.34 acres
Crop Base Rice (long grain) 383.41 acres
Crop Base Rice (medium grain) 260.25 acres
FSA Farm #4470
FARM LEASE and DUCK LEASE: contact Joey Burch 501-454-1782
Waterfowl Component: Located in a major waterfowl flyway
Outstanding duck and goose hunting in flooded rice fields and the 25 acre lake
The famous Black River is located a few feet west of the property
The White River is just a couple of miles south of this tract
Large tracts of WRP surround this farm enhancing both deer and waterfowl hunting opportunities
Contact broker regarding hunting opportunities
Cache River Refuge just a few air miles east of this farm.
Location: Located in the heart of rice and waterfowl country!
3 miles northwest of Newport, Arkansas, 30 miles west of Jonesboro, 40 minutes east of Batesville, 90 minutes north of Little Rock and 2 hours west northwest of Memphis.
Offering: $5,600 per deeded acre or $6,949,600
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