240 acres +/- - - - S O L D - - - Cross County Arkansas Priced at $600,000
The farm is located about one mile northwest of Hickory Ridge, Arkansas.
240 Farmland 205.4 Cropland
The major soils are Alligator silt loam, Crowley silt loam , Zachary silt loam, and the balance is evenly divided between Henry silt loam, Loring silt loam, and Foley silt loam ( see soil map). These soils are highly suited to the production of rice, soybeans, wheat, milo and corn. Typical rice yields are approximately 160 bushels per acre, Soybean yields of 50 to 60 bushels per acre and Wheat yields of 70 + bushels per acre.
The Marr Farm has 80 acres of rice base with a direct and counter yield of 4681 pounds per acre; Soybean acreage of 125.4 acre base with a direct and counter yield of 20 bushels per acre. The FSA payment is approximately $8,589.
The Marr Farm has three wells. Ground water levels in this area are very good.
The farm is adjacent to Bayou DeView and some timber on the northeast edge of the property. Duck hunting in this area is historically very good. Deer and other small game are in the area. Geese and ducks have historically used the property during their winter flights.
The Taxes on the Marr farm are approximately $5.00 per acre.
50% of the mineral rights go with the sale.
The Marr farm is priced at $2,500 per acre for a total price of $600,000.00
The owner will split the farm with the 80 acres on the east part of the farm separated from the balance of the farm.
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