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This 13 acre property is located 4 miles west of Oak Grove, LA in West Carroll Parish with road frontage on Hwy 587. It is a great example of a mixed use residential, recreational, timberland. It has one fine old homesite with towering pines and hardwoods with at least one more along 693' of Hwy 587. It extends 1/4 mile ...

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26.9 +/- ac clear cut timberland in LaSalle Parish, LA This tract was clear cut about 1 year ago and replanted in pine. It is situated just east of Georgetown off Hwy 550 and Haddox road. NOTE: aerial mapping may still show timber but tract is clear cut. The tract could be cleaned up now that the timber has been c...

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The Greene Road Tract is +/- 36 acres in a great area 7.5 miles north of Dixie Inn and I-20. This property has 3.46 acres cleared and ready to build a new country home. The remaining +/- 33 acres has been replanted in pine which is 4-5 years old. Electric and community water are available at the property. This area is great...

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The Couchwood Rd. Tract is a beautiful 156.5 acre tract priced at $3124 an acre, located on Couchwood Rd. 6 miles south of Cotton Valley and 10 miles north of Dixie Inn/ I-20. This property has 24-26 year managed merchantable pine (timber appraisal available for serious buyers only). The property also has a healthy amount o...

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The Ridge at Pine Hills property is 164+/- acres of state certified high fence that’s adjacent to Knob Hill Estates and Northwood Country Club Estates, this property is one of the most sought after areas for residential and commercial development in North Caddo Parish. There’s approximately 1,500 ft of road frontage on ...

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Located in the rapidly growing town of Benton, this 52 acre state permitted high fenced property has 1,300 ft of road frontage along Dalrymple Road, just off of Highway 162. The terrain of the tract is mostly flat with gently rolling hills and open pastureland with two stocked ponds and a few acres of wooded terrain. All 52...

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Located between Ruston and Farmerville in the D'arbonne hills, this 108 acre tract offers great hunting opportunities as well as timber investment potential. There is a four year old pine plantation covering 65 acres, a pine pulpwood and sawlog stand covering 11 acres, and a hardwood stand covering 16 acres. There is also a...

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40 +/- acres and brick home in Richland Parish, LA This property offers a rural home site just minutes south of Delhi, LA. A 3 bedroom / 2 bath, approx 1800 square feet brick house sits on the front of 40 acres at the end of a dead-end gravel road. The house has a screened front porch, closed-in garage, and covered ca...

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Located just west of Atlanta, LA, this 19.61 acres regenerating pine plantation tract is an ideal location for tree farming or for your country home site. With land on both sides of Highway 34, this tract provides easy access for timber operations or for the development of your rural country home. With lots ranging from 3.1...

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The Robbins Creek Tract is a recreational/timber investment tract located west of Atlanta, LA not far from the Kisatchie National Forest and the Coochie Brake State Preservation Area in Winn Parish. This tract is located at the end of Spillers Road off Hwy 34 West approximately 20 miles from Winnfield, LA. The Atlanta area ...

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The Albritton Tract, located just east of Tullos, LA on Hwy 84, offers excellent locations for home site development or recreational use. The property has more than 1800 feet of frontage on Highway 84 and more than 2600 feet of frontage on FL Albritton Road. This tract offers great large or small lots for a developer to cre...

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Located northwest of Winnfield, LA  this 18.8-acre tract will make a great location for your new home site as well as a nice area for hunting. There are approximately 2,950 feet of road frontage along Morgan Quick Road (Parish Road 217). Situated in close proximity to the Kisatchie National Forest for additional recreation...

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Located in Natchitoches Parish, surrounded by the Kisatchie National Forest, is a 107.93 acres tract that will make a great recreational hunting property. This tract is actually two parcels with the smaller parcel of  28 acres +/- located on Longleaf Vista Road just a couple of miles from the Kisatchie National Forest Rang...

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The Volunteer Tract is located just far enough out of town to provide quiet country living and close enough for the conveniences. This property is located just 10 minutes from Ruston and Choudrant. Consisting of flat to rolling topography, this tract contains a managed pine timber stand that was recently thinned. With over ...

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The Wolf Creek Tract in Jackson Parish contains 70.83 acres located along Walker Rd. (Hwy 147) south of Jonesboro, LA. With potential for home sites in addition to hunting opportunities and future timber production, this tract could provide future income to help fund your hunting and recreational activities. With a mix of s...

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The Willow Tract contains a total of 9.7 acres in Jonesboro, LA. There is road frontage along Beech Springs Road and Nine Pines/Parish Road 79. With flat to rolling terrain, this tract offers multiple home site locations with potential for hunting and other recreational activities. The property has water and electricity av...

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The Chatham Park Tract is 21.15 acres located just south of downtown Chatham in Jackson Parish, LA. Hwy 34 and Concord Road offer access to the property and provide potential locations for residential development close to town but with a quiet, country feel.  Chatham Park also features planted pine stands providing an inve...

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Located along Caney Lake State Park Road, the Almost Tract borders Jimmie Davis State Park and provides easy and quick access to Caney Lake. This property is located on high ground and offers the potential to develop your dream home close to the lake without the worry of flooding. There are also opportunities for future ret...

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The Clear Creek Tract is comprised of three parcels totaling approximately 78.20 acres. This Jackson Parish property is located close to Caney Lake with frontage along Lakeshore Dr. and Sandy Ridge Rd. This tract, consisting of rolling terrain, offers the potential to develop your dream home close to the lake without the wo...

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The Castor Creek Tract contains 243.94 acres located in the Castor Creek bottom northwest of Chatham.  This is an excellent hunting/recreation tract with mixed habitat of pine and hardwood for deer, turkeys, squirrels, and hogs.  Continued timber management will produce future sustainable returns as well from the pine and...

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Land For Sale In Louisiana

Louisiana is known for its diversity, both in its land and its people. This state is a melting pot of cultures, and its Creole and Cajun roots combine American, African, French, Native American and French-Canadian cultures together like nowhere else in the world. Louisiana's largest city, New Orleans, is famous for its music, nightlife, and cuisine. There is a lot more to Louisiana than its best-known city, however.

This Southern state has distinct regions which are the West Gulf Coastal Plain, the Mississippi Alluvial Plain, and the East Gulf Coastal Plain. They make up the wooded areas, wetlands, and marshlands of Louisiana. Thousands of years before the arrival of Europeans, many different indigenous people occupied this area at the mouth of North America's mightiest river.

The Pelican State

This subtropical Southern state was settled by the French in the 1600's. However, it's colorful past includes being governed under a variety of flags. Its position at the mouth of the Mississippi River made it critical for the fledgling United States, and the Louisiana Purchase by President Jefferson got the vital region into our country's hands. It became the 18th state in 1812.

Land in Louisiana

This is a state with very diverse terrain, from swampy bogs to agricultural fields in the north. The state is bordered by the Gulf of Mexico, Texas, Arkansas, and Mississippi. In Louisiana, you'll find cattle ranches, large tracts of land, and acres on the Mississippi. Rural businesses and development tracts are also available. It consists of 64 parishes and is made up of flat lowlands, with the highest elevation in Louisiana being less than 1,000 feet.

Hunting Land

Louisiana is known as a "Sportsman's Paradise". Year-round good weather offers a wide variety of recreational activities like fishing, hunting, biking, hiking, and deep-sea fishing. Louisiana has abundant wetlands that attract migratory species of birds from all over North America. Louisiana is also home to wild inland swamps with alligators, woodcock, snakes, and bears. The state is also known for its excellent hunting land for sale and abundance of game like deer and waterfowl.

Natural Resources

The waterways of Louisiana, including the Mississippi and Red Rivers, are its top natural resources. It also has abundant mineral resources including salt, petroleum, natural gas, and brown coal. For visitors, Louisiana's many natural attractions are a big resource. Its fertile soil, plentiful rainfall, and long growing season are other assets. Half the state is forested, so timber is plentiful.

Louisiana Industry

Louisiana's coastal location on the Gulf of Mexico, as well as its position at the mouth of the Mississippi River make it a transportation hub. The state also produces agricultural products, petroleum, and has one of the most important fishing fleets in the nation.

Fishing

The Louisiana coast and riverfront are always bustling with activity, and this state is one of the leading commercial fishing hubs in the nation. Louisiana is the number one producer of shrimp in the United States. Other fish and shellfish caught include oysters, menhaden, crayfish, and catfish.

Agriculture

In Louisiana, 60% of the state's agricultural income is generated by crops, and 40% by livestock. Some crops grown are:

  • Sugar cane
  • Rice
  • Soybeans
  • Cotton
  • Corn for grain
  • Sweet potatoes
  • Strawberries
  • Peaches
  • Melons

Approximately 9% of Louisiana's livestock revenue is generated by cattle and calves. Other sources of revenue are dairy products, chicken eggs, hogs, and farm raised crayfish and catfish.

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