Located about halfway between Crowville and Delhi in the north part of Franklin Parish, this 200+/- acre tract is a mix of income producing CRP and sloughs and mature timber that has recently been select cut. This tract would make a great family hunting place. There are two large food plots in the CRP and the trees are approximately 15+/- years old and it won’t be too long before they start producing acorns. There is 108.03 acres currently enrolled in CRP and the remainder is in sloughs and timber. The recent select cut in the timber will allow for browse to grow and thicken up which will help the already great deer hunting and there is still plenty of trees left for the squirrel hunter also. The sloughs should have some good duck hunting if the ducks are down and should be great for wood ducks. This property has great access and includes a nice 1.5+/- acre campsite/homesite with water and electricity currently on site. There have been some nice bucks killed near the property and it connects to more woods in the area for backup. The current CRP income is $5981 this year. In 2018 the total payment will be up to $7764 as 35.93 acres of the CRP is renewing in 2017 for $108.63 per acre. In 2019 the total payment should be approximately $11,756 if the 72.1 acres of the CRP renews at $108.63 per acre which it should. This property is about 45 minutes from Monroe and 2 hours from Alexandria. Asking price is $4000 per acre. For more information or to schedule a showing call Troy Thompson at 318-447-7676 or Carl Foreman at 318-481-0092 or 318-876-2622. Licensed by the Louisiana Real Estate Commission.