This farm is located south/southeast of Amagon, Arkansas and north/northeast of Beedeville, Arkansas. It includes +/- 220 acres of which around 70 acres are precision leveled. According to the Jackson County FSA office in Newport, Arkansas, this farm includes 220.40 tillable acres. All of this land is irrigated. There are two irrigation wells to service this farm.
The majority of the soils are Jackport Silty Clay Loam, (64%) and Crowley Silt Loam, (36%J. This farm has good base acreage including 97.10 acres of soybeans, 96.60 acres of long grain rice, 9.20 acres of medium grain rice and 38.00 acres of wheat.
The owners receive 25% of the harvested crops and, (other than real estate taxes) their only expenses are maintaining the irrigation wells.
The owners and neighbors report there is good goose hunting and duck hunting on this farm. This is a very productive irrigated farm with good water.
Access is via two recorded/deeded easements.
Directions to Land
From the intersection of State Highway 14 and State Highway 37 in Amagon, Arkansas, go 7.40 miles south on State Highway 37 to the intersection of Jackson County Road 29. Turn left, (east) and go 1.30 miles to the easement, (field road). Turn left, (north) and go 1/2 mile to this farm.