Tuesday, September 8, 2015

What to Expect at Dahomey Plantation

An agent for Martin County, Florida’s Brevard Harvard Edge, Jimmy Winemiller specializes in buying and selling agricultural properties. Jimmy Winemiller focuses on improving properties for resale. He owns more than 12,000 acres of rice and cotton farmland in De Soto County, Mississippi, and Dahomey Plantation on the Mississippi Delta.

The Dahomey Plantation spans nearly 10,000 acres in Bolivar County. With 9,500 acres of precision-graded land, the property is an ideal location for farming rice, soybean, cotton, and wheat. Precision-graded fields have been shown to provide a significant water-conservation benefit to farmers.

The Dahomey Plantation property consists of 106 irrigation wells that have the capacity to irrigate most of the land. Farmers can expect land filled with Class III Sharkey, Forestdale clays, and silty clays. Additionally, Class II Tunica, Dundee silty clays, Class I and II Robinsonville, and Commerce sandy loams make up the remainder of the soil. Other features of the property include an airplane hangar and farm office with a shop to conduct business. Tenant houses are also on site.


  1. Did you know Joe Ainsworth, Dahomey plantation manager 1984 to 1999, worked for Gray Allen estate of Illinois?