Ask Pamela Welch
This approximate 350 acre property has tons of mixed use recreational, farmland. This property is located where the Spring River and the Black River meet in Randolph County within 30 minutes from Jonesboro, AR nestled in the Black River Bottoms. This piece has been in the Smith Family for years as a row crop farm but don't just think of it as a row crop farm, there are endless recreational possiblities from meandering draws that flow through the property that offer endless waterfowl hunting! This is a one of a kind property and has numerous possibility. Instead of row crop farming, farm this property for Wildlife!! If your a duck and deer hunter but also wanted some farm income than you must check this out. Some of the natural water holes were still holding water from recent flooding. Look at the drone footage just taken. This property has a 307.79 acres of cropland and raises wheat, sorghum and soybeans. Wheat base is 74.60, Grain Sorghum base is 56.40 and Soybean base is 231.70. Total double cropped is 64.30 with a total crop base acres being 362.70. The beauty of this land is that not only is it farmland to make money with it also has excellent whitetail deer, turkey and waterfowl hunting along with freshwater fishing in the Rivers! This piece of property is like its own Island surrounded by Rivers on 3 sides! There is a public boat launch in the town of Black Rock which is just a few minutes from this farm. If your a hunter but also like to have some income off farm rent or maybe you want to make this all bottomland, river frontage hay fields, this is a beautiful farm. You can not appreciate this place unless you step foot on it and see it for yourself. This property is located half way between Rainey Break and Dave Donaldson WMA. Contact Arlon Welch at 870-897-9080 or Pamela Welch at 870-897-0700 for more information.