Northeast of Calhoun Road #82 aka "T and A Tram", Thornton, Arkansas, 71766
The South Thornton Tract (#03019-03345) is a ±120 acre tract of timberland (per tax assessor records) located in northern Calhoun County, Arkansas, about 7 miles south-southwest of Fordyce, AR (North 33.714604°, West 92.460505°). The tract contains a well-stocked stand of mixed hardwood and pine roughly 25 years old. A timber inventory was conducted in early 2018 and is available upon request. According the USDA NRCS web soil survey, the property is based upon an assortment of fine sandy/silt -loams that give the property a weighted average site index rating for Loblolly Pine of 90 feet (base age 50). The topography of the land is very well-drained on the upland edge of Whitewater creek bottom to the east. Best access is to the southern edge of the parcel is available from Calhoun Road #157 via a gated dirt woodsroad known as "T and A Tram Road". If you're looking for some rural hunting land property capable of continuing to grow into merchantable timber, then give United Country – Neeley Forestry Service, Inc. a call at 870-836-5981!