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Hwy 98 A&B

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Tract A 79acres

 

Tract B 240acres

Columbia County, Arkansas

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Land Sales

 

Upcoming timberland sales by seal bid:

1)  Columbia 80 acres - planted pine & Lafayette 80 acres - planted pine and natural hardwood; southwest Arkansas.

 

Tract A 79acres

 

Tract B 240acres

 

Natural Hardwood & Pine in Southwest Arkansas coastal plains

Hwy 98 A & B - Two timberland tracts for sale on Hwy 98 in Columbia County

 

Bid individually or both tracts combined

 

Seal Bid: 1:00 pm Thursday, September 13th, 2018 (bid luncheon at noon; USA central time).

 

No greater privilege or better investment than owning land - Teddy

 

Soil: Both A&B tracts are upland ground elevation ranging 260 - 370 suitable for current natural timber production with >84 pine site index (50 year base with yield of 3.8 tons/acre/year) & hardwood site index 75. Fine sandy loam soil approximately one foot in depth with red clay base underneath. This soil is also good for conversion to pasture as well suited to coastal Bermuda grass, common Bermuda grass, and Bahia grass.

 

Tract A: 79-acres, gentle rolling topography with 1/4 mile of Highway 98 blacktop frontage:

Stand #1: 59-acres in native mixed hardwood with scattered pine on 3 - 8% slope with good internal roads. The stand was selectively harvested in 2002 & 2008 leaving timber varying in ages from 10-16 years; >400 trees/acre ranging from 3-8 dbh. 60% oak, 35% miscellaneous hardwood and 5% pine. Total heights varying from 20-35.

 

Stand #2: 7-acres in native mixed hardwood with scattered pine on bottomland. The stand was thinned in 1990 leaving parts with 15 oaks & miscellaneous sawlogs per acre averaging 18 dbh, and in other portions >200 hardwood pulpwood trees/acre averaging 10 dbh. This stand also has a rare 30 dbh locust tree.

 

Tract B: 240-acres, primarily gentle rolling topography with good private dirt road access:

Stand #1: 208-acres in native mixed hardwood & 3-12% slope with good internal roads. The stand was selectively harvested in 1995 & 2008 leaving timber varying in ages from 10-23 years; older trees range 6-12 dbh with stocking >100 trees/acre. 40% oak, 40% miscellaneous hardwood and 20% pine. Total heights varying from 35-45. Younger trees range 3-5 dbh with stocking >200 trees. 50% oak, 40% miscellaneous hardwood and 10% pine. Total heights varying from 20-35.


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Saline 150 acres

 

  Saline County, Central Arkansas

 

 

Tract Name: Saline 150

 

150 acres in Saline County, Central Arkansas (West of Little Rock, Northwest of Benton and Bryant)

Description: Beautiful hardwood and pine natural forest timberland investment with residential capabilities, just off Congo Ferndale Road.

Location: Saline County, Central Arkansas

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Listed Sale Price: $550,000

 

 

Tract Name: St. Martin 835

Description: Cypress-willow-tupelo forest located in the central portion of the Atchafalaya Basin known as America's River of Trees which is the largest contiguous bottomland hardwood forest in North America situated at the mouth of the most important waterfowl flyway supporting half of Americas migratory waterfowl, more than 300 bird species, including neotropical migratory land birds and other birds of the Mississippi Flyway. The crisscross of rivers and canals makes travel memorable and fun. 

Over 100 species of fish, crawfish, shrimp and freshwater crabs support sport and commercial fishing. Other animals that call the Atchafalaya home are the endangered Louisiana black bear, white tail deer, bobcat, coyote, alligator, beaver, nutria, mink, otter and fox. Over 8 million pounds of wild crawfish are harvested from the basin each year.

Location: St. Martin Parish & Iberville Parish, Louisiana

Access: Boat Only

Sale Type: Listed

Sale Price: $1,000 per acre

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Tract Name: Billingsley 80

Description: 80 acres of Longleaf Pine Plantation.

Location: Autauga County, Alabama

Sale Type: Listed

Sale Price: $193,000

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Tract Name: Fisher's Nook Subdivision

Description: Lots by Lake DeQueen

Location: Sevier County, Arkansas

Sale Type: Listed

Sale Price: Refer to Lot Price List

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