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RW Farmer Estate, Holmes County, MS

Price: $3,632,048       County: Holmes      
RW Farmer Estate, Holmes County, MS

The RW Farmer Estate, located in Holmes County, Mississippi near the town of Cruger. The farm offers excellent soil quality with a history of high yielding crops. The versatility of this farm allows producers to easily switch between grain crops and cotton, giving the producer the advantage in crop selections based on market prices. The farm has been extensively improved offering over 90% irrigated acres. In addition to the high-quality improvements the farm’s ground elevation ranges between 115-125 feet, situated atop the bank of Abiaca creek, these elevations allow for excellent farm drainage to the Yazoo River. Property Breakdown:

  • 663 +/- gross acres
  • 648.58 +/- cropland acres
  • 420 +/- acres leveled to grade & irrigated
  • 168 +/- watered by pivot
  • 45+/- acres non-irrigated
  • 9 +/- acres ditches & turn-rows
  • 6.5 +/- acre crop staging & shop area

  Soil Capacity: 2.9 cap average

  • 33% AO – Alligator silty clay
  • 21% TE – Tensas silty clay loam
  • 21% DdA – Dubbs silt loam
  • 12% DeA – Dundee silty clay


  • 2 – center pivot systems
  • 6 – ground water irrigation wells
  • 23,000 Square feet of covered shop & shed buildings
  • Concreate wash rack & bulk fuel storage center
  • 3 acre crop staging area with gravel access.

Crop Base: See attached FSA 156EZ Property Taxes:

  • $15,241.63 – cropland
  • $181.43 – buildings

Lease:  Rented though 2021: annual rental $129,716.00 Price: $3,632,048.00 Contact: Jacob Sartain 662-836-6048 or

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RW Farmer Estate, Holmes County, MS


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