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55 +/- ac timberland for hunting in Union Parish, LA The price got your attention but understand that this tract has a timber lease in place until July 2042. It is suited for a long-term cash investment where you earn some return on investment from the lease. Future benefits will be the appreciation of land value and any...

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40 +/- ac timberland for hunting in Union Parish, LA The price got your attention but understand that this tract has a timber lease in place until July 2042. It is suited for a long-term cash investment where you earn some return on investment from the lease. Future benefits will be the appreciation of land value and any...

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4 +/- acres commercial property with multiple buildings located in Bastrop in Morehouse Parish, LA. This is a great opportunity to own a high-traffic commercial tract with room to grow. This 4+/- acre tract is conveniently located just outside the city limits of Bastrop, LA on HWY 165N. Multiple improvements are already ...

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40 +/- ac Hardwood Hunting Tract in West Carroll Parish, LA This 40 +/- acres has pulpwood and some log size hardwoods throughout. The species and size do not favor a timber sale in the immediate future. This tract is best suited as a small deer hunting tract. It is north of the Colewa Bayou WMA and has crop land and oth...

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This property consist of 255.50 timbered acres just over 4 miles north of Mansfield, LA. As you come through the gate, the first thing you see is a beautiful +/- 10 acre lake with a current capacity of 545 bbl with room to expand. Prior owners have sold water from this location, and thats also possible for a new owner. This...

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100 +/- ac and home in Franklin Parish, LA This tract has already been enrolled in WRP. The trees are to be planted in the Spring of 2019. The fenced pasture around the house is not in the program. The 3-bedroom, 2 bath home has been remodeled including new flooring, fixtures, and new appliances in kitchen, except fo...

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Rarely offered upscale secluded home/camp on 210' Bogue Chitto river frontage with current rental income guest house. Artesian well, hardwood floors/new Berber carpet, flow well vat, soft grade cement boat launch, dock, catalpa, old cypress and fruit trees. Italian tiles, vintage stove,Whirlpool fridge, new dishwasher, wash...

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210 +/- ac duck and deer hunting tract in Tensas Parish, LA This tract will primarily offer duck hunting with some deer hunting. It is a large cypress brake on the north end of Fletcher Lake. There are also approx. 7 acres of planted hardwoods in CRP along the east side. The CRP stand, the surrounding habitat, and the cr...

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Located in the hills north of Simsboro, LA, this 20-acre tract offers investment opportunities for timber production with potential for camp site to pursue hunting and recreation. The topography makes part of this property an excellent pond site. Elliott Road runs through the tract providing great access, and would make for...

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Located on the beautiful Larto Lake, these two waterfront lots are a wonderful setting for a dream home or a weekend getaway. The property can be sold as a whole or divided into two tracts as shown on plat (see interactive map). Pricing as follows: • Total tract: 1.55 acres, 460’ of water front—$150,000 • Tract B-1:...

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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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20 +/- ac cutover timberland tract in Caldwell Parish, LA This tract has mixed natural regeneration and offers a place for deer hunting. It is surrounded by thousands of acres of timberland providing good wildlife habitat backup. Access: There is no known legal access. There are timber haul roads accessing it from the...

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This is what REAL "Southern Comfort" looks like! This +/- 30-acre tract is located off Hwy 27 on Landry Road in Carlyss, Louisiana near the Calcasieu and Cameron parish line. There are endless possibilities with this jewel. You could build a dream home under the massive, twisted oaks, then relax on your front porch with a b...

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9.66 Acres in Ragley, LA, in South Beauregard Parish - Bajah Subdivision. Property currently has a large barn, pond, water and utilities, mostly cleared and fenced with beautiful oak trees. Andrew Mouhot Road has been resurfaced with upgraded drainage, municipal water and Parish trash pick-up. There is access to Internet/Wi...

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206 Wooded Acres with Creek.....Great Hunting & Timber Investment. The property consist of approx. 36 acres in LA where the access is to the property planted in pine in 2018, and the balance in Pike County, MS.,with 80 acres planted in Pine in 2016, 48 acres planted in Pine in 2013 with the balance of approx 42 acres being ...

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This tract consists of cypress swamp and marsh and lies very close to the mouth of the Tchefuncte River and close to the north shore of Lake Pontchartrain. This tract offers duck and small game hunting, along with fishing. Only a short drive from New Orleans and only a couple of miles from Madisonville, LA. This tract will ...

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Tillable/timber acreage located just a few short miles south of Natchitoches on a dead end road in Natchez, LA. This property has 118 acres of bottomland hardwood, with the balance in tillable ground. The tillable could be left in production or potentially enrolled into a federal enhancement easement. This tract would also ...

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Diverse recreational investment acreage located just a few short miles south of Natchitoches on a dead end road in Natchez, LA. This property has it all for the sportsman and land investor. The land is made up of 175 acres of tillable ground that could be left in production for annual farm income or converted into a WRP or ...

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Located across the street from the Horseshoe Lake property, this property has 472 of a nice balance between pasture and bottomland hardwood. The property is made up of 280 acres in open pasture, 187 wooded acres and 5 acres of water. Highway frontage is not a problem with over 1.4 miles along Highway 1. Pasture properties w...

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4.59 +/- ac wooded home site tract in Caldwell Parish, LA This partially cleared tract is ideal for a camp or small rural home site in west Caldwell parish. It is partially wooded and has a small pond. The levee on the north side of the pond would need to be fixed for the pond to completely fill. The property is situa...

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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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