The Bluegoose farm is 270 tax acres, of which 133.78 are cultivated acres. The property is split by the Arkabutla Drainage Ditch. The property has a beautiful pasture that is approximately 16 acres that could also make a fantastic home site. The farmland soils are primarily made up of Class III Wakeland Silt Loam and Class II Collins and Falaya Silt Loam. The soils would be considered good for cotton, corn, peanuts, and soybeans. This year the portion north of the ditch is in corn, and south is in Soybeans. The farmland is leased for 2018 for a 25% crop share. The mix of hardwoods, pine, and cropland on this property would make a nice turkey, deer, and recreational property that produces solid income.
The Flag Lake Farm is 342.5 tax acres, of which 146.9 are cultivated. The property is split at the northwest corner by the Arkabutla Drainage ditch. The cropland soils are primarily Class II Collins, Falaya, and Adler/Morganfield silt loams. These soils would be considered good for cotton, corn, peanuts, and soybeans. The property is currently all in soybeans. The farmland is leased for a 25% crop share. This tract has a nice established deer food plot as well as several blocks of mixed hardwoods and pines with nice travel corridors that would make for good deer and turkey hunting. The farm would make a nice investment for the turkey/ deer hunter looking for a return on his hunting tract.
The Carlton farm is 249 tax acres, of which 89.15 are cultivated acres. The cultivated land soils are primarily made up of Class II Collins and Falaya silt loam. These soils are considered good for cotton, corn, peanuts, and soybeans. Currently the field east of Carlton road is in peanuts, and west of the road is soybeans. The farmland is leased on a 25% crop share. The woods have some mixed hard woods but are primarily pine. A power line running through the property would make for an excellent deer food plot. The owner has turkey and deer hunted this tract and harvested several turkeys in 2018. The farm would make a nice recreational as well as income tract for a turkey/deer hunter.
The Brannon tract is 58 tax acres all of which are in mixed pine/ hardwoods. The tract has access from Brannon road and would make a nice hunting tract for an individual or father/son. The property is not currently leased.
The Bluegoose tract is located in western Tate County, 3.2 miles southwest of Arkabutla, MS and 2.8 miles north of Strayhorn, MS. The tract is split by the Arkabutla drainage ditch. The property is bordered and accesses by Savage Loop road and the Southern Portion is bordered by Bluegoose Road.
The Flag Lake tract is located in western Tate County, 1.5 miles East of Savage Ms, and 2.4 miles northwest of Strayhorn, MS. All but 43 acres lie East of the Arkabutla drainage ditch. The property is accessed from the North on Evansville Rd and the east from Flag Lake Rd. The 43 acres west of the ditch are accessed by Alred Rd.
The Carlton tract is located in western Tate County, 1.4 miles south of Arkabutla, MS and 5 miles north of Strayhorn, MS. The property is split in half by Carlton Rd.
The Brannon tract is located in western Tate County, 2.5 miles west of Arkabutla. The property is accessed by the east from Brannon Rd.
Flag Lake $2,000/ac
Flag Lake $3,792.00
Some of the properties lend themselves to being divided, seller may consider subdivided offers on a case by case basis.
All crop leases expire after the 2018 crop.
By appointment only. For appointment please contact.
Gwin, Shelby, or Stephen
Rainer Realty Company
C/O Rutledge Investment Company
5160 Sanderlin Ave Suite One
Memphis, Tennessee 38117