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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

 

Tract A:   79 acres natural hardwood mix; blacktop Hwy 98 frontage)

 

Tract B240 acres natural hardwood & pine; (private access off Hwy 98)

 

Overview:   Natural hardwood & pine, ages varying from 10 to 23 years. Blacktop frontage. Upland fine sandy loam. Unique 30” dbh locust tree on tract A.

 

Inventory:   Bidders welcome to conduct due diligent inspections/inventories. Individuals entering property assume liability and waive landowner of liability.

 

Stand Summary - all tracts:

Tract A 79 acres, Columbia County, AR

 

                   
 

Tract A 79 acres: Gentle rolling topography and elevation of 260' - 370' with 1/4 mile of Highway 98 blacktop frontage on upland ground suitable for current natural timber production with >84 pine site index (50 year base with yield of 3.8 tons/acre/year) and hardwood site index estimated at 75. Fine sandy loam soil approximately 1 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.

 
                   
 

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

 
                   
 

 

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.  

 

stand acres type age
range average
1 59 hardwood mix immature 10 - 16 13
2 7 hardwood mature smz 30 - 50 40
3 13 roads, decks & foodplots na
  79      

 

Tract B 240 acres, Columbia County, AR

 

                 
 

Tract B 240 acres: Primarily gentle rolling topography and elevation of 260' - 370' with good private dirt road access on upland ground suitable for current natural timber production with >84 pine site index (50 year base with yield of 3.8 tons/acre/year) and hardwood site index estimated at 75. Fine sandy loam soil approximately 1 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.

 
                   
 

Stand #1: 208-acres in native mixed hardwood & pine on upland gentle rolling 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 in dbh from 6 to 12 inches with stocking >100 trees/acre with 40% oak, 40% miscellaneous hardwood and 20% pine with total heights varying from 35 to 45 feet; younger trees range in dbh from 3 to 5 inches with 50% oak, 40% miscellaneous hardwood and 10% pine with stocking >200 trees with total heights varying from 20 to 35 feet.

 

 

stand acres type age
range average
1 208 hardwood & pine immature 10 - 23 16
2 32 roads, decks & foodplots na
  240      

 


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Soil Report Tract A      Soil Report Tract B


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Tract A:  stand 1 - 59acres hardwood mix immature

Tract A:  stand 1 - hardwood mix immature, age range 10-16years


Tract A:  stand 2 - Unique 30" Locust

Tract A:  stand 2 - hardwood bottom, age range 30-50years


Tract B: stand 1 - 208-acres native hardwood


Tract B:  stand 1 - hardwood mix, age range 10-16years



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Tract A ¼ mile Hwy 98 frontage - Tract A & B access

Access:       Refer to maps.

Legal/Lines All boundaries in white RFC flagging, most lines painted yellow, white, or blue, roads and old fences; established GLO boundaries, no survey needed or provided.

 

Tract A:  79-deed acres, 39-acres NE¼ SE¼; SE¼ NE¼, Section 13, T16S R20W

Tract B: 240 deed acres, S½ SW¼ Section 13, T16S R20W, and NW¼ Section 24, T16S R20W

 

Location:      Columbia County, in Southwest Arkansas.

 

Bidding:       Bids received by fax, email, web, mail, in-person and phone. If you need assistance in determining bid based on desired return rate (discount rate) utilizing custom growth-yield model, email or call; all your information is confidential.

 

Reservation:  Minerals reserved and seller reserves right to reject any and/or all bids.

 

Earnest:      10% within 5 business days of acceptance.

 

Closing:     within 30 days of acceptance and administered injunction with Crane & Phillips. Buyer’s title insurance, revenue stamps, and closing administration fee divided equally. Taxes prorated. Closing costs increased by buyer paid by buyer (10% per annum daily prorate fee for buyer closing extension). No other terms exist outside this document unless duly executed by all parties. Submitted bids (verbal & written) are legally binding to all terms stated in this bid prospectus and deviating party responsible for reimbursing legal costs related to ensuring compliance. Exceptions & contingencies by bidder must be in writing with bid.

 

Disclosure: Reynolds Forestry does not guaranty boundaries or volumes.

 

Contact:   colleen@reynoldsforestry.com or teddy@reynoldsforesry.com or Colleen’s cell 870-299-0978 or Teddy 870-299-0977 with questions, tour, or investment advice.

 

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