Havana North Farm has multitude of potential uses from cultivated row crops, vegetable crops, pecan grove, cattle grazing lands, horses or even a combination home site/farm operation. This tract has a
6-acre pond that could be used as irrigation for any number of crops. The owners have a letter of concurrence that allows a 6-inch well to be drilled that will further the potential uses of the property, as well as increase the reliability of the pond as a potential water source for agricultural uses.
The two main soil types on the farm are Faceville sandy loam (77% of the acreage), classified by the U.S.D.A. as prime farmland, and Bonneau loamy sand (12% of the acreage), classified by the U.S.D.A. as Farmland of statewide importance. The soils on the remaining 11 acres are those that are expected in and around the pond.