The Dorcheat Plantations (#03019-03318) are two +/- 40-acre tracts of land (per taxes) located along the border of the Lafayette and Columbia counties, about 7 miles southeast of Stamps, Arkansas (33.277862°, -93.433844°). On the Lafayette County side, the northwest corner is accessed via a woods road that runs for a distance of 2.2 miles to Lafayette Road #22; on the Columbia County side, the east side is accessed via a woods road that runs for a distance of 3.4 miles to Columbia Road #139. Both 40-acre parcels were planted in 2010 with loblolly pine over a total of +/- 70 acres, while +/- 10 acres remains in natural hardwood as a Stream-side Management Zone (SMZ) for Dorcheat Bayou. According the USDA NRCS web soil survey, the property is predominantly made up of Guyton silt loam that gives the property a weighted average site index rating of 90 feet for Loblolly Pine (base age 50). These tracts offer 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!