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821 Acres in Chicot County, Arkansas

821 acres
Eudora AR 71640
Mossy Oak Properties welcomes the opportunity to offer this amazing investment and recreation property in Chicot County, Arkansas. The Caney Bayou Tract not only has income from CRP Payments and crop ...
JJ Keeth, Mossy Oak Properties of Louisiana - Shreveport
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Portland Rd Portland AR 71663
160 acres
160 Acres in Chicot County, ArkansasMore Detail +
Rayburn Hare , Mossy Oak Properties of the Heartland Dirt Sales, LLC
UNDER CONTRACT!! $13,971/yr revenue pays for nearly half of this 160 acres of precision leveled, prime farm land in CRP that has been planted with Cottonwood trees. The majority of the property has a...
Hwy 144 N Lake Village AR 71653
2.48 acres
2.48 Acres in Chicot County, ArkansasMore Detail +
Michael Clayton , Whitetail Properties
Do you love to fish? Do you love to be "on the water"? Do you want steady income while you enjoy the lake life? Here's your opportunity to enjoy the best of all these worlds. This RV par...

Chicot County, AR Land Info

Chicot County is a mid-size urban county within what is considered a non-metropolitan part of Arkansas. The most common type of land for sale in Chicot County recently was farms, while Lake Village was the city in Chicot County with the most land for sale. Recent internal data places the average per-acre value of land for sale in Chicot County at $1,549, with an average list price of $726,568 for land and farms for sale in Chicot County. Of the 75 counties in Arkansas, Chicot County ranks 60th in terms of its population (11,027, according to Census data from 2015). Its economy is defined as agricultural, with 313 farms recorded in the county during the 2012 U.S. Census. In terms of size, Chicot County is Arkansas's 32nd biggest county (691 square miles, which represents one percent of the state). Farming activities in Chicot County generate annual revenues of $205 million, 96 percent of which is from livestock products and four percent from crop harvests. The main agricultural staple here is livestock (defined as cattle, poultry, hog or other farming, as well as related products such as dairy).

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