$5,129,625   •   761 Acres

The Hamburg Delta Farm is located seven miles northeast of Hamburg, Arkansas in Ashley County within the Mississippi River Delta region of southeast Arkansas. The farm, situated in the north-central region of Arkansas’ fifth largest county, is comprised of 760.96 acres m/l of which approximately 683.95 acres are irrigated with water sourced from electric submersible wells and currently tillable for conventional row crop production. The farm is provided irrigation water from an underground aquifer with new submersible wells and underground pipes and risers. The primary soil types of this highly tillable farm include Grenada Silt Loam, Henry Silt Loam, and Calloway Silt Loam and all the farm’s tillable acres have recently been precision leveled. The Hamburg Delta Farm has traditionally produced conventional row crops including soybeans, rice, corn, and cotton, as the current crop plan includes rice and soybeans. The farm is currently leased through December 31st, 2024, with a local tenant as a cash rent agreement. The farmland exhibits above-average size, soil quality, topography, and crop optionality on a county level which creates added demand from local operators and therefore above county average lease rates. PROPERTY FEATURES • Productive region in the north central region of Arkansas with ample water supporting diverse cropping seasons. • Entire farm has open fields with multiple access points that have been precision leveled for above average farming efficiency. • Installation of 2 new irrigation wells and over 6,500 feet of underground pipe have been added in the last 3 years. • Recent improvements effectively reduce water waste by making irrigation more precise and efficient for more ground coverage without runoff. • Farm has traditionally produced conventional row crops including soybeans, rice, corn, and cotton.


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