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Gorgeous 50 acres located just outside of Alma City Limits. Beautiful land with development potential. Some cleared, some wooded, and two ponds are on the property....

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+/- 3,160.58 Acres of prime timberland consisting of multiple parcels located in Union, Nevada, Ouachita, Drew, Ashley, and Polk counties of Arkansas, Webster and Jackson Parish, Louisiana, and McCurtain county, Oklahoma. This portfolio of properties consist primarily of upland mature timber stands with minimal hardwood ac...

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46.27 acres, more or less fronting Columbia Road 7 to the north and Columbia Road 271 to the south. Property is mostly pine timber and would make for a great rural home site or recreational getaway. The property offers opportunity to further divide with road frontage to the north and south....

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Camp in Felsenthal in Union Co, AR This camp is located in the Felsenthal area of Union County, AR and is suited for a family or group who already hunts and fishes in this area. It has 3 bedrooms (1 is a bunkroom that can sleep multiple people) and 3 baths, 2 kitchens, a large open living room and a smaller one in the bu...

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This property of 1,380 +/- acres in Clay County, AR is located approximately 1.5 miles southeast of Success AR along highway 211. The farm is almost entirely cropland acres and has a history of rice and soybean production. Soils are primarily silt loams. The property includes 12 wells. This farm is a prime location fo...

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36 +/- acres timberland / hunting tract in Union Co, AR Mixed natural stand of pine and some hardwood. Pine is pulp and small log size. It is surrounded by timberland providing wildlife backup habitat for deer, hogs, and small game. Utilities: electricity nearby on State Line Road and near east boundary on Sumners roa...

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30 +/- acres pine timberland tract in Union Co, AR There is a fair volume of pine saw timber and pulpwood on this tract. It’s all high, rolling ground with only a part of the south end beginning to slope into a small creek. It is surrounded by thousands of acres of timberland providing wildlife habitat. An electrica...

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commercial 16349 Sq. Ft. lot Searcy, AR 72143 road frontage Will rent part or sell entire building. This build has other business opportunities to help with taxes according to seller....

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Beautiful lands with nice road all around the farm. The entry has iron gates. This can mixed use recreational, Has nice hard wood timberland, Can be used as ranch land on all or part of the 80 acre property Located in the Judsonia, AR 72081 mailing area ,in White County Central School district. Has turkey, whitetail deer s...

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Wow what a bargain in a Comfortable little county house, with Large oak trees for shade, 1172 Sq. Ft. 2 bedrooms, 1 bathroom located in the resides in the Plainview neighborhood , White county Central school district in the Judsonia, AR. Great school, and lots more 72081 mailing address, Area has turkey whitetail deer. T...

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RARE FIND! This is a 54 acre property located within 1 MILE of Searcy city limits. A complete tract of loaded woods with a small farmhouse suitable for short term living. The property has been in the same family for 103 years, but is finally ready to be purchased by a new owner. With road frontage off of HWY 16 just north o...

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Arkansas is a land of many rivers and diverse natural beauty. Bordered on one side by the majestic Mississippi River and bordered by Tennessee, Missouri, Oklahoma, Texas, Louisiana, and Mississippi, this Southern state has a prime location. Although Arkansas makes most of its revenue from the service industry, agriculture is next, with rolling farmland covering 36% of the state. Right now is a perfect time to look for land for sale in Arkansas.

Arkansas has a deep history in agriculture which is why it is still one of its staple industries today. The state also has a thriving tourism industry, as home to former President William Jefferson Clinton and the Presidential Library in Little Rock, and breathtaking natural beauty. With everything this state has going for it, now is a great time to buy land in Arkansas.

The Natural State

Arkansas has a history of rebelliousness. It joined the United States in 1836, only to secede in 1861 and become one of the Confederate States. After the Civil War, Arkansas fell behind economically but began to diversify its economy after World War II. Its modern industries include agriculture and petroleum-based products.

It is known as The Natural State because of its incredible natural beauty, with mountains, rivers, streams, natural caverns, and gorgeous views. It also applies to the friendly citizens who have a reputation for Southern Hospitality.

Land in Arkansas

The geography of Arkansas is diverse and essentially split in half. The north-west consists of highlands including the Ouachita Mountains and the Ozark Mountains. The lowlands of Arkansas are the southern Gulf Coastal Plain. The eastern border of the state is the Mississippi River, and the area is known as the Arkansas Delta due to the repeated flooding of the Mississippi that has resulted in rich, fertile soil. The interior of Arkansas has fertile prairie land.

Arkansas Natural Resources

The state of Arkansas has bountiful natural resources. These include:

  • water
  • timber
  • minerals
  • oil
  • natural gas
  • oal
Land/Plots in Arkansas

There are large plots of land for sale in Arkansas, including hundreds of thousands of acres of farmland. There are plenty of affordable properties for sale in Arkansas if you just know where to look.

Hunting Land in Arkansas

There is also abundant hunting land available in Arkansas. Hunting is a favorite sport here, and this time-honored tradition includes hunting for plentiful deer, wild turkey, elk, birds, and waterfowl.

Types of Industry in Arkansas

Arkansas has a diverse, modern economy that includes the agriculture, mining, manufacturing, and service industries.

Agriculture

Arkansas's fertile farmland produces both crops and livestock in abundance. The top five agricultural crops in the state are:

  • young broiler chickens
  • rice
  • soybeans
  • cattle and calves
  • cotton

The broiler chickens are the most critical livestock crop and are sold as chicken parts or whole chickens. Chicken eggs, turkeys, and aquaculture are also essential sources of revenue. Arkansas is the leading producer of rice in the U.S. and is the second largest producer of soybeans. Corn and corn for grain round out the top 5 crops.

Manufacturing

Various forms of food processing lead the manufacturing sector in Arkansas. Tyson is headquartered in Springdale, AK and is the world's leading processor and producer of poultry. Other Arkansas food products include:

  • canned vegetables
  • poultry
  • rice
  • soft drinks
  • bakery goods
  • cottonseed oil
  • meats
  • milk
  • animal feed
Mining

Land for mining natural gas is abundant in Arkansas. Natural gas is it's number one mined product. Petroleum is also extracted from giant oil fields near the Louisiana border.

Finding land for sale in the beautiful state of Arkansas is an excellent idea for all of the above reasons and more. Want to see your Arkansas property listings on Land Broker MLS? Join our co-op by signing up today.