The Land Report

FALL 2015

The Magazine of the American Landowner is an essential guide for investors, landowners, and those interested in buying or selling land. The award-winning quarterly is known for its annual survey of America's largest landowners, The Land Report 100.

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Mississippi Rivers Run Farm W ill Primos' Rivers Run Farm manifests the same attention to detail that goes into each of the game calls that bear his name. All aspects of the farm's 2,863 acres are meticulously managed to maximize the hunting experience. The white- tail habitat has been enhanced to facilitate both bow hunting and gun hunting. In addition, there are 18 duck holes and an 11-acre stocked lake. Wasp Lake encircles Rivers Run in its cool embrace and provides recreational opportunities as well as privacy. Its waters hold ample populations of bass, catfish, and panfish. Thanks to Primos' exacting wildlife management program, waterfowl, dove, and quail abound. Of note is the fact that all quail are wild. An added bonus is Rivers Run Farm's offset hunt- ing seasons. When most Western and Midwestern seasons are tailing off, the fun at Rivers Run is just getting under way. Peak hunting season on the farm occurs around mid-December and continues through New Year's Day and into January. Several gross-scoring Boone and Crockett deer have been taken on Rivers Run in recent years. In addition to being a turnkey hunting operation of the highest caliber, Rivers Run is also a fully functional farm. Its well-watered fields are capable of producing a variety of commercial crops such as corn, wheat, and cotton. Six water wells guarantee an ample water supply. Rivers Run Farm is listed with Brad Farris at Whitetail Proper- ties. Most recently, the farm pro- duced $118,000 in annual income. All employees as well as farming and hunting equipment transfer with the sale. — Jeremiah Jensen WHITETAIL PROPERTIES FA L L 2 0 1 5 | The LandReport 85 LANDREPORT.COM FEATURED PROPERTY 2,863-acre Deep South Private Hunting Preserve Price upon request (601) 506-1304

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