Morehouse Parish, LA Land For Sale at Auction
Multiple Tracts to be Sold
Property 1- 1,102.59+/- acres will be offered by choice at live auction November 9th 6pm at the Morehouse Country Club in Bastrop, LA. This 1,102+/- acre tract can be purchased in individual subdivided tracts or as one whole tract. It is primarily 16-year-old pine plantation with some merchantable now. It would make a great timber investment with return and income potential and recreational hunting qualities. The soil types are very conducive for crop production or tree production, being primarily Frizzel silt loam and Guyton silt loam soil types with 0-1% slopes. The bedded pines could be harvested for immediate income and with some work, these good soil types could be utilized once again in a crop production format. This tract can be accessed north of Bastrop, LA by HWY 593 to Prairie Debutte Road. The property has good access and a great interior and exterior gravel road system. The hunting can be very good on this property for deer and turkey, with the pipelines and right of ways that traverse it for even better interior access and food plot potential. Location is Section 4, 5, 8, 9, 16, 17 T22N R5E. Tracts ranging in size 53 acres to 236 acres.
Lot / Tract 1- 76+/- acres
Lot / Tract 2- 99+/- acres
Lot / Tract 3- 99+/- acres
Lot / Tract 4- 133+/- acres
Lot / Tract 5- 111+/- acres
Lot / Tract 6- 128+/- acres
Lot/ Tract 7- 236+/- acres
Lot/ Tract 8- 167+/- acres
Lot/ Tract 9- 53+/- acres
The property is located NW of Bastrop, LA and can be accessed by Stevenson Road, Long Lonesome Road, White Line Road, Prairie Dubutte Road, and Braxton Ranch Road, are all public roads that access the various tracts of the property. Located directly east of Mollicy Brake! Buyer will be responsible for any survey.
Property 2- 684.02+/- acre tract located on Amon Hill Road north of Bastrop, LA. This tract also has some one year old pre-merchantable pine timber that could be put back in pasture or crop with some work. This tract has very good access points, and could be used for development or hunting. Location is Section 17, 18, 20 T21N, R6E.
Lot/ Tract 1- 133.25+/- acres
Lot/ Tract 2- 83.97+/- acres
Lot/ Tract 3- 324.14+/- acres
Lot/ Tract 4- 65.60+/- acres
Lot/ Tract 5- 77.06+/- acres
Lot / Tract 6- 689.81+/- acres
Property 3- 205+/- acre tract located on R.L. Thomas Road north of Mer Rouge, LA. This would make a great hunting and investment tract, with 125+/- acres of cutover and 80+/- acres of CRP with an annual payment of $86.00 an acre or $6,880.00. This property is primarily Herbert silt loam and Portland silt loam soils. The property has good access. Great deer sanctuary surrounded by soybean fields. Good road access and power on property. Location is Section 15, 22, T22N, R7E.
All of these tracts could be eligible for the WRE program. Buyers should do their own due diligence.
Any surveys required will be paid for by the buyer.
For more information contact Chris Lemoine or Barbara Bonnette at 318-443-6614. For more pictures and mapping visit www.bonnetteauctions.com. LA#818
Auction Location: Morehouse Country Club, 1729 Gladney Drive, Bastrop, LA 71220
Prime Farmland Auction, Madison Parish, LA
848.74+/- acres to be auctioned, Sat. July 29th 10am at Tallulah Country Club 762 Old HWY 65S, Tallulah, LA. Class 1 agland and some great hunting tracts.
Tract 1- 460.37+/- acres of mostly irrigated, highly productive crop land along HWY 603 East. T-16N-R13E Sec. 37-38, T-15N-R13E, Sec 1, 89, 90 Madison Parish, LA. This property has highway frontage, deep well irrigation, and consists of mostly commerce silt loam with some shaky clay and has a high FSA yield history. The crop rent is $200 per acre per crop year. 2-6 electric irrigation wells.
Tract 2- 165.91+/- acres of irrigated, highly productive, cropland on HWY 602 East, T16N-R13E, Sec. 23, 25, 26, Madison Parish, LA. This agland tract has bayou and highway frontage, 2 deep wells for irrigation, and is 98% commerce silt loam. It has a high FSA yield history and the crop rent is $200 per acre per crop year.
Tract 3- 145.09+/- acres of hunting, timber, and CRP, with a good duck hunting lake. This tract can be accessed from HWY 602 or I-20. Location is T16N-R13E, Sec. 23, 25, 26 Madison Parish, LA. IT has 35.8+/- acres of CRP with some annual income on it. A portion of Sip Lake is on the property that produces an abundance of ducks. This tract also produced 3 pope and young class bucks in the 2016 hunting season, 171, 151, and 144 deer were taken with bow on this tract and tract 4.
Tract 4- 77.37+/- acres, located adjacent to tract 3 and not of I-20 is accessed off I-20, T-16N-R13E, Sec. 23. It holds the same deer herd as tract 3, and has some fairly decent timber. This would make an ideal small family tract. Both tracts 3&4 are adjoining large timber holdings that produce good deer herds.
Tract 5- Combination of tracts 2&3 agland and hunting tract (311.0+/- acres)
Tract 6- Combination of tracts 3&4 both hunting tracts (222.46+/- acres)
Tract 7- All tracts 2-3-4 ag & hunting tracts. (388.37+/- acres)
50% minerals to convey.
For more information call Barbara Bonnette or Chris Lemoine at 318-443-6614.