The Hausner Farm
Property DescriptionThe Hausner farm is a highly productive investment grade Mississippi Delta cotton and corn farm. It is very well located southeast of Sumner, MS. Access is by Abbey Road which is a well maintained county gravel road. The farm has been precision leveled to grade and is irrigated by 3 wells. There are two diesel wells and one single phase electric submersible well. Approximately 50 acres are dryland and the rest is irrigated. The soils consist of 60% Class I and II Dubbs, Dundee and Tutwiler very fine sandy loams and sandy loams. The balance is in Class III Alligator, Forestdale and Dundee silty clays and clays. The farm has a long history of cotton production, but in recent years it has been devoted to corn.
The Hausner Farm is located 1 mile southwest of Webb Mississippi
Since graduating from Mississippi State University in 1985 with a Master’s Degree in Agricultural Economics and an undergraduate degree in Business Administration, Gwin has lived in Memphis and worked in the agricultural real estate business. Starting out as a real estate appraiser in 1985, he and Jim Rutledge cofounded Rutledge Investment Company in 1989 as a regional agricultural mortgage banking firm that also originates and services loans throughout the Mid-South. Gwin is active in all phases of the farm real estate business. As a licensed real estate agent and has had extensive education in real estate and real estate appraisal. He has farming interests in Bolivar, Tunica and Yalobusha Counties, Mississippi and Cross and Crittenden County, Arkansas.