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4 +/- acres and plantation home in Franklin Parish, LA This property is unique in that it one of the first plantation homes built in Franklin parish in 1921. It has 3 bedrooms and 2.5 baths. The house has a lot of the original look inside. A long blacktop drive leads from Hwy 562 to a 2-car carport. All of the back yard ...

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This 55 acres joins the 220 acres we have for sale on the North side. The 2 tracts would go well together because of the same access. It also is great deer hunting with many years of management & fine bucks being taken. It’s in the middle of a great deer hunting area. Come take a look....

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Beautiful 40 acre timbered property situated in Bossier Parish. The property features a nice stand of pine and hardwood with +/- 27 acres of native pine, and +/- 13 acres hardwood-pine stands. With nice subtle rolling terrain and scenic under story views, the property is a great recreational getaway. Property is located ...

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204 +/- acre WRP hunting tract in South Bossier Parish, LA This is a good opportunity to own an excellent deer and duck hunting tract in south Bossier Parish. The property has been enrolled in WRP since 1998 and has a variety of well-established hardwood species. The property has had minimal hunting pressure over the las...

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283 +/- acres located near Rodessa, Louisiana and conveniently situated a few miles from I-49. The property has excellent access with multiple points of road frontage on Rodessa Ida Road., as well as multiple points of frontage along Atlanta Mira Road. Electric services are available at the public roadways and in multiple l...

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184.33 +/- acre tract being +/- 154.97 acres situated in Caddo Parish, Louisiana and +/- 29.36 acres in Miller County, Arkansas. Property offers road frontage along U.S. 71 in both Louisiana and Arkansas providing multiple points of ingress/egress for timber management or future home sites. Property has natural stands of na...

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214.3 +/- ac irrigated farm land in Madison Parish, LA This farm is irrigated with a center pivot and a turbine well. It is composed of primarily Tensas Sharkey complex and a Tensas Silty Clay soils. A detailed soil map is available. This farm has a lease in place that will expire in the fall of 2021. The lease is a ...

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141.07 +/- acres pine plantation and mixed hardwood in northwest Union Parish, LA This is a very nice pine timberland tract with great access located in Lillie, LA. The pine timber on the tract consists of 90+/- acres of 12 year old plantation and 30+/- acres of 1 year old plantation. The remaining timber consists of a m...

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This little gem along Ford Creek could be just the recreational tract you are looking for. The tract hosts deer, hogs, squirrels & rabbits, as well as wood ducks along the creek. With a few improvements the buyer could have a home or camp site overlooking the creek, with hunting just out the door. The tract would make an e...

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This tract offers an excellent opportunity for one man to hunt nice deer on his own property! Formerly in CRP, this tract is under no restrictive easements and could be opened up to hunt effectively. With no easements, and a large food plot with lanes, this property could produce nice deer every year....

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Ideal homestead for the outdoorsman located 2 miles south of DeQuincy in Calcasieu Parish, LA. Live and hunt/play on your own property. Nearly 5 acres of merchantable timber consists of 20 year old pine and mixed hardwoods. Electricity, water, and 1,000 Gal sewer system on property. Located on a parish road with 100' fronta...

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The 58+/- acre Rosefield Tract of LaSalle Parish is one of the best small tract recreational properties you'll find on the market today. Located only a few miles from the Ouachita River and loaded with a very mature hardwood stand this tract offers some of the best deer, turkey, and squirrel hunting you'll find. Wood Ducks ...

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The 30+/- acre Saline Lake Family Recreational Camp is packed with improvements and land that will give your family years of fun and great memories. This compound consists of 3 family camp units, 1 outdoor kitchen, indoor meat processing room w/walk-in cooler, 4 stall horse barn, several other storage outbuildings and RV si...

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The Post Office Tract of Bienville Parish is located in Taylor, LA approximately 3 miles from I-20. There are 957 feet of road frontage along Slay Woodard Road. The tract has been cut, leaving some selected mature timber. This property could be replanted as an investment, used as a great hunting tract, or a great home site ...

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This tract offers a 2-bedroom, 1 bath Cottage 2 on River Road near Downtown Lake Charles. With 275' of Waterfront Marsh this is a perfect get away to relax and enjoy the beauty of our Louisiana Cypress trees nestled in a beautiful Marsh right off the large back porch. While there's always something to do on the river such a...

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INVESTMENT OPPORTUNITY! 281 ACRE Pine Plantation in the Heart of Beauregard Parish in the community of Singer, LA.  The property has approximately 281 contiguous acres on Hwy 27 and Hwy 109. This tract has approximately 5,000 feet of highway road frontage. If you are looking for land just on the outskirts of town, with d...

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The Sugar Creek tract is located just north of Quitman in the Ansley community along Sugar Creek Rd. This 11 acre tract consists of a thinned pine plantation with rolling terrain offering the potential for a home site and recreational opportunities as well. For more information, or to schedule a tour, contact Jarod Patters...

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Located in the community of Swartz, this property currently has a mobile home, barn and shed on it. With a little work, the mobile home can be used as home or rental property. There is space for another rental unit on this half-acre tract offering the opportunity for rental income in a nice area near Monroe, LA. This proper...

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With possibilities for residential and/or commercial development just south of I-20 in Monroe, this property has much to offer. The tract has approximately 980 feet of road frontage on Garrett Road with utilities at the site. Many surrounding properties have recently sold for development, so get this one before it's gone. T...

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Own your own hunting, fishing, camping & timber investment property. Approximately 50 Acres on Bundick Lake in Dry Creek for $90,000. This property has ~9 year old planted pine & great recreational opportunities. Additional acreage may be available. For more details, contact Agent Jill Cunningham at 337-526-7008 or [Email ...

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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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