20 +/ ac southeast of Kilbourne in West Carroll Parish, LA This tract is old farm ground that has been out of production for a number of years. It has been disked enough over the years to keep trees and other woody stem growth from taking over. It has dirt road access and is fenced. The tract is situated among thousands of acres of farm land and blocks of woods and CRP. The Bayou Macon is just to the east. It will offer deer hunting. It could even be made to flood in part to create a duck hole. You could easily plant the tract in bottomland hardwoods and have good deer cover in the next 35 years. The property is not encumbered by any programs at all. There is a small ditch running across the south half of the tract. The soils are Sharkey clay and Commerce silty clay loam. Directions: From Hwy 17 south of Kilbourne, take Hwy 880 east for appox. 1.4 miles to a sharp curve. In the curve go straight onto Kovac rd for approx. 0.8 miles to Bonnie Sue rd. Turn right on to Bonnie Sue rd and go south approx. 0.7 miles to dirt road to the right (west). Maps have this road named Parish road 540 and Atterbury rd. Turn right and go approx. 0.25 miles to a fence corner at the SE corner of the tract. Look for orange flagging. Legal: E/2 of the NE/4 of SE/4, Section 24, T23N, R11E, West Carroll Parish, LA Minerals: to convey Asking Price: Call or see the RecLand site for all our listings.