$3,703,680   •   517.4 Acres
3 br / 1 ba /

Exclusive opportunity to acquire 517.40 surveyed acres of prime, laser leveled, flood irrigated farmland in Central Louisiana. This property has easy county rd access, great soils types, 3 irrigation wells with power units, 3 duck blinds in place, and a history of harvesting really nice deer. Located only minutes from Marksville, LA and only a half mile from the Grande Cote National Wildlife Refuge. For more information contact Philip Leabo.LandMarksville Rice and Recreational Tract offers the discerning farmland investor and sportsman an opportunity to generate great cash flow and enjoy world class hunting and recreational opportunities. Details: 517.40 Surveyed Acres 461.54 Direct & Counter Cyclical payments “DCP” Cropland 440.64 Direct & Counter Cyclical payments Base Acres Three Permitted 10” Wells with power units and risers installed Precision-Laser Leveled ground and robust levee impounds History of Exceptional Yields Potential for Farm & Recreational Lease Income 3BR/1Ba House/Cabin Property is less than ½ mile from the 3,900+- acre Grand Cote National Wildlife Refuge 3 Duck Blinds in Place 35+- Acres of Various Age Hardwoods RecreationThe location of this tract offers an exceptional opportunity for a recreational hunting lease or personal enjoyment of the resources. This property is located less than half a mile from the Grand Cote National Wildlife Refuge.  The owners claim thousands of ducks descend upon the flooded rice fields and provide world class duck hunting from the 3 permanent blinds that are in place. There is room to establish more hunting blinds for your buddies if you need them. The owners have consistently spotted 150+” deer right from the field levee blind and have harvested several larger deer placed on their wall. The expansive crop fields could offer an opportunity to see multiple deer and maybe harvest a really nice animal. AgricultureThis property is one of the best tracts available in the area. Comprising of 461.54 acres of Direct & Counter Cyclical payments “DCP” Cropland, with over 440 acres of Direct & Counter Cyclical payments “Base Acres” (per FSA 156EZ) this property has been precision leveled and has a long history of exceptional crop yields. Flood irrigation is handled by the three 10″ wells that provide redundant systems from an extensive pipe and riser system. Soil types on this farm are mostly Moreland Clay with a few small pockets of Roxana Sandy Loam & Coushatta Silty Clay Loam. The consistency of the soil types on this farm allow for a high probability of economic success and efficient farming practices. Water/Mineral Rights & Natural ResourcesThis property has three 10” permitted wells with diesel power.  The Mineral Rights are negotiable and vary depending on tract. There are no active oil or gas wells on the property. LocationThe property is located in Avoyelles Parish just north of Marksville, LA and less than 10 minutes from the center of town.  The tract is bordered by two County Roads – German Bayou Rd and Pumpkin Ln. The closest large airport is Alexandria International Airport about 35 minutes away. It has a 9500′ runway that would accommodate landing just about anything.  Marksville Municipal offers a 3799′ asphalt runway and is located about 20 minutes to the East of the property. Marksville is the closest town with a population of 5,500 and the first land-based casino in the state, Paragon Casino Resort. The next closest town would be Alexandria. It is located about 30 minutes to the North on the Red River. This town offers multiple amenities such as Bringhurst Park which includes Bringhurst Field – home of the Alexandria Aces, Golf Course & Tennis Courts, and the Alexandria Zoo. Alexandria is the 9th largest city in Louisiana and offers multiple culinary and recreational opportunities.


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Hayden Outdoors Real Estate
Hayden Outdoors Real Estate
Philip Leabo
Philip Leabo
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