The Little Bayou tract (#03019-03321) is a +/- 22.85-acre tract of timberland (per taxes) located in northeastern Ouachita Parish, about 14 miles northeast of Monroe, Louisiana (32.667587°, -91.954391°). The parcel is accessed from the east side via a woods road running for a distance of one mile in a southerly direction out to LA-Hwy #134, a paved state highway. The tract contains several mature natural timber stand-types, which allows for immediate timber revenue should a timber harvest sale be desired. According the USDA NRCS web soil survey, the property is predominantly made up of Frizzel silt loam that gives the property a weighted average site index rating of 90 feet for Loblolly Pine (base age 50). Should the tract be harvested, it could easily be turned into a highly productive pine plantation. Currently, this tract offers potential use for recreational hunting land as well as a source of future revenue from timber harvest operations. Give Neeley Forestry a call at (870) 836-5981 today! Neeley Forestry Service, Inc. conducted the following timber volume estimate in the spring of 2014 using a 10-factor prism.