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Knowledge Base

Our Knowledge Base

Our affiliated professionals have a wealth of current knowledge about the real estate investment business, including the areas of:

Farmland in Mississippi
When you are purchasing farmland in Mississippi, our company and affiliated agents are a great source of information and wisdom when evaluating the soil types, location, drainage, existing and proposed improvements, availability of reliable sources of irrigation water, and capacity for generating revenue and appreciating in value. The current officers and affiliated licensed professionals, along with their predecessors, have been analyzing and investing in Mississippi Delta farmland for over 100 years. Our knowledge and experience is the best available for evaluating farmland for sale in the Mississippi Delta.

Biofuel Crops in Mississippi
Corn, soybeans and other traditional grain crops compose the first generation biofuel or bioenergy crops grown on Mississippi Delta farmland. This bioenergy industry has played a major role in increasing the demand for and strengthening the price of grain commodities - benefiting farm producers and owners alike. The next-generation biofuels promise even greater change and growth in our agricultural community. Be sure to read the entry on Mississippi Delta Farmland Energy Plantation and consider the vast potential of Giant Miscanthus as a bioenergy/biomass crop.

Cotton Farms in Mississippi
Most of the cotton farms in Mississippi consist of silty loam soils or "prime cotton land" which is now utilized to raise corn, soybeans and other high revenue grain crops.

Corn Farms in Mississippi
"Corn Farm for Sale in Mississippi" is still terminology which has not replaced "Cotton Farm for Sale in Mississippi" even though the silty loam soils now are used primarily for corn, soybeans and other grain production.

Grain Farms in Mississippi
"Grain Farm for Sale in Mississippi" was once a label applied to bargain agricultural land but with the advent of biofuels and the world demand for grain, a large percent of the Delta's most valuable farms would now fit into this category.

Rice Farms in Mississippi
Highly improved rice farms are in high demand. They produce excellent returns on investment on a consistent basis and are sought after by trusts and other institutional investors who are represented by experienced management companies that understand the history of solid returns on investment generated by rice farms.

Soybean Farms in Mississippi
"Soybean Farm for Sale in Mississippi" was once the label applied to unimproved farms with more limited production potential, but now the terminology is synonymous with a highly productive and lucrative grain farm. Most of the marginal, unimproved land has been taken out of row crop production through the Conservation Reserve Program and other similar government funded programs.

Hunting Land in Mississippi
Recreational hunting land in Mississippi has become a good income producing investment as well as a recreational outlet. Hunting leases have become much more lucrative to the landowner in recent years and stewardship of the land by the hunters has vastly improved.

Deer Hunting Land in Mississippi
Hunting whitetail deer is a favorite pastime in this region, and the potential for deer hunting on a Mississippi property can add value and income potential. Knowledge of the surrounding property and herd management practices in the area enhances an investor's ability to carefully consider a particular available hunting tract.

Duck Hunting Land in Mississippi
The Mississippi Flyway is a migration route followed by wintering waterfowl and creates a duck hunter's paradise in the fall and winter month's of the year. Knowledge of a property's history of supporting a consistent and sustained population of waterfowl is important in the analysis of recreational farmland for sale in Mississippi. Waterfowl and duck hunting has become a major source of revenue for farmland owners.

Backwater Brake Hunting Club
An exclusive hunting club located on the Yalobusha River near Greenwood. It is fully managed for the 25 members who each own an equity membership in the club. Properly managed hunting clubs benefit all the land and hunters located in the same area. They can be likened to an anchor tenant in a regional mall, attracting wildlife in much the same manner as the national department store attracts shoppers.

Beaver Dam Lake
Located three miles south of Tunica, this lake is home to the oldest still functioning duck hunting club in the United States. The club was founded in 1882 and is the subject of numerous books and articles including a number by the famous writer, Nash Buckingham. The lake and surrounding green timber has been owned and controlled by the same families for generations. Each hunting interest has its own pier located along the edge of the lake from which they launch their hunts. Without question, the most famous and historic duck hunting brake in Mississippi.

Big Brake Hunting Club
This club is located approximately 9 miles east of Belzoni and is a privately managed refuge with members of the club having an equity ownership.

Dunavant Hunting Club
A private refuge where the owner, Billy Dunavant of Memphis, Tennessee carefully protects the habitat and, through proper management techniques, enhances the population of migrating waterfowl which rest and feed in this area during the winter months. In addition, the population of year-round native waterfowl, such as wood ducks is increased through the habitat protection programs.

Fighting Bayou Hunting Club
Hunting club located on privately owned farmland near Ruleville. The owners manage the timberland and farmland crop production, harvesting in a manner that best supports wildlife and waterfowl habitat. As a result, Fighting Bayou and the surrounding area is home to the largest population of wintering waterfowl and ducks found in the Mississippi Delta.

Gayden Brake
Highly productive duck and waterfowl area located in Leflore County. It is part of a series of bayous, lakes and rivers winding through the Mississippi Delta and eventually feeding into the Gulf of Mexico by way of the mighty Mississippi River.

Malmaison State Wildlife Management Area
Land set aside by the State of Mississippi to manage, maintain and improve habitat for native wildlife. Properties located in the vicinity benefit greatly by their proximity to a state wildlife management area.

Matthews Brake Federal Wildlife Refuge
An area of land owned by the federal government and designated as a refuge or natural habitat for native and migratory wildlife.

McIntyre Scatters
Composed of bayous and brakes created from former river beds. The area is rich with migratory waterfowl during the fall and winter months.

Morgan Brake Federal Wildlife Management Area
Tract of land owned by the United States and maintained and managed as a habitat area for native and migratory wildlife.

Mossy Island Outfitters
Professional guides and outfitters operating in a wildlife rich area of the Delta and assisting hunters in taking advantage of the abundant wintering ducks found there annually.

Six Shooter Hunting Club
This club in Drew is privately owned and located at Grittman Brake on Long Lake. It is one of the old, pedigreed hunting areas in the Mississippi Delta. The first rate management practices of the club membership benefits hunters on other farmland in the area. Sunflower County and adjoining Leflore County together are home to one of the largest populations of wintering waterfowl in the Southern United States. The conservation practices of Six Shooter and Fighting Bayou contribute in large part to this concentration.

Tallahatchie National Wildlife Refuge
A tract of federally owned land managed and maintained in a manner to promote and preserve native and migratory wildlife.

Will Primos Private Hunting Club
Founder of Primos Hunting Calls, Will Primos owns and maintains a hunting club in the Mississippi Delta. Properly managed habitat areas such as Will Primos Hunting Club benefit all area landowners, increasing investment values for everyone.

York Woods
Conservation-easement property composed of 5,500 acres near Charleston owned by James C. Kennedy, chairman and chief executive officer of Cox Enterprises Inc. York Woods is the site of wetlands-related research conducted by renowned wildlife biologist, Dr. Rick Kaminski, Professor of Wildlife and Chair of the James C. Kennedy Endowed Chair in Waterfowl and Wetlands Conservation. A study of corn grown together with native grasses and dubbed - "grassy corn" - has revealed that the mix can significantly increase available food energy for ducks. Flooded grassy corn fields are rich in grain and aquatic invertebrates (critical protein source for ducks). When ducks choose a feeding area, they will only fly into fields where they can gather enough food energy to justify the flight. Studies conducted at York Woods can increase the productivity of Delta Duck hunting for us all.