10yds South of Dallas RD 75, Fordyce, Arkansas, 71742
The Calhoun 190 Tract (#03019-03635) is a +/- 190-acre parcel of timberland located in northeastern Calhoun County about six miles southeast of Fordyce, AR (North 33.739229°, West 92.360661°). The topography is predominately flat and features “Dry Creek”, an intermittent stream, bisecting the property. Access is available with a gated woodsroad running southerly from Dallas RD 75 for about 10 yards to the northern line of the property. A railway runs along the northeast corner of the property for over 150 yards. Over 30 acres feature a stand of merchantable natural pine; roughly 120 acres contain a stand of 5-6yr old mostly pine regeneration. Dry Creek runs through the southern portion of the property, forming close to forty acres of hardwood bottoms and cypress swamp/wetland. The boundary lines are marked in yellow/red paint. According to the USDA NRCS web soil survey, the soil composition of the property is based upon an assortment of sandy-loams and silt-loams, which give the tract a weighted average site index of 86.5 feet for Loblolly Pine (base age 50). Fore more information on how this diverse recreational huntingland and young timberland tract can fit you, give United Country - Neeley Forestry Service a call today at (870) 836-5981!