Jackson County Ag and Hunting Tract

Good soils

220 Acres +- Amagon, Arkansas


220 Acres Ag and Hunting Tract  |  Hwy 14 Frontage East of Amagon, Arkansas  |  Irrigated Farmland  |  Hwy 14 Frontage  |  Section 28 T11N R1W in Jackson County  | Duck and Goose Hunting

The Land: 220 Acres more or less with 212.5 Acres FSA cropland

Improvements: 2 electric irrigation wells and Duck Pit Blind

Soils: Soil maps on file with agent. Good soils!

FSA Information:

  • 212.76 acres cropland Farm #1857
  • Soybean bases – 113.50 acres
  • Rice – long grain – 86.70 acres
  • Rice – mediaum grain – 8.20 acres

Location: 1/2 mile east of Amagon, Arkansas on Hwy 14 and County Road 104 and County Road 52 in Jackson County.

Farm Lease: The seller would like to lease the farm back from the buyer at a annual rent of $40,000. Contact the agent for more information.

The Duck Hunting: Tremendous Duck Hunting Opportunities on this farm. The farm has several water areas that are flooded after harvest of the crops and pit blind is in place. The owner is currently in the process of booking days hunts for the upcoming 2018 -19 duck season.

This farm is strategically located between the Bayou DeView WMA and the Cache River WMA. This flyway is known to many as one of the best flyways in the state!

*click on the links below for maps and crop information

holden 220 plat map

holden 220 fsa maps

holden 220 fsa 156EZ

PRICING: Competitively priced at $1,232,000

Contact Joey Burch, Land Broker 501-454-1782

Brokers Opinion: This is a great, highly irrigated row crop farm with developed duck hunting in place and is located in one of the best waterfowl flyways in the state. It is located between the Bayou DeView and the Cache River Refuge. Contact agent for a tour of the property or for more information.

e-mail: jhb@outdoorproperties.com

This farm is located just minutes from the refuge.

The Cache River National Wildlife Refuge is a 68,993 acre (223 km2) (2014) wildlife refuge in the state of Arkansas managed by the United States Fish and Wildlife Service (FWS#.[2] The refuge is one of the Ramsar wetlands of international importance under the Ramsar Convention signed in 1971. It is one of the most important wintering area for ducks and the largest remaining tract of contiguous bottomland hardwood forest on the North American continent. In 2005, a possible sighting of the ivory-billed woodpecker, thought to be extinct, brought attention to the refuge.


Status: For Sale
Price: $1,232,000
Address: Hwy 14 at Amagon
City: Amagon
County: Jackson
State: Arkansas
Listing ID: jbamagon220
Acres (approx.): 220
Agent: Joey Burch


Listing Agent: Joey Burch

Joey Burch

Joey has a background in family farming and is an avid hunter in the Arkansas and Mississippi Flyways. He travels the region everyday bringing together buyers and sellers of farmland and recreational properties and is licensed in Arkansas, Missouri, Louisiana and Mississippi. Whether you are looking for farmland, hunting properties, or a weekend retreat in the Ozarks, Joey can assist you. Joey has won many tourism awards in the past for designing agricultural tours for visitors to our area and is also the founder and publisher of Farm and Cabin Magazine. Joey Burch, Principal Broker and one of the founders of Outdoor Properties, LLC.
Email: jhb@outdoorproperties.com
Phone: 501-454-1782
Mobile: 501-454-1782
Fax: 870-269-7665

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