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In the  Delta, which is located on the Mississippi River, Thacker Mountain Land and Timber Division offers for sale Delta peanut Farms for Sale. These farms are commonly built up from river deposits when it flows into the Gulf of  Mexico. Our peanut farms for sale are located in the delta whis is known as the Mississippi River Delta. Thacker Mountain Land and Timber Division has numerous peanut farms for sale and many Delta Farms for Sale. The Mississippi delta has been formed for  many years and  has made the Mississippi Delta valley region one of the best land masses in the world.  We buy and sell Delta land.


Edible peanuts account for two-thirds of the total peanut use in the United States. Popular confections include salted peanuts, peanut butter (sandwiches, candy bars, and cups), peanut brittle, and shelled nuts (plain/roasted). Salted peanuts are usually roasted in oil and packed in retail size, plastic bags or hermetically sealed cans. Dry roasted, salted peanuts are also marketed in significant quantities. The primary use of peanut butter is in the home, but large quantities are also used in the commercial manufacture of sandwiches, candy, and bakery products. Boiled peanuts are a preparation of raw, unshelled green peanuts boiled in brine and typically eaten as a snack in the southern United States where most peanuts are grown. More recently, peanuts can be fried, where they can be eaten both shell and nut. Also peanuts are used in cosmetics, nitroglycerin, plastics, dyes and paints (See George Washington Carver).

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Canned peanut is often recommended by veterinarians as a dietary supplement for dogs and cats that are experiencing digestive problems. The high fiber content helps to aid proper digestion.[31] Thacker Mountain Property division buys and sales Delta peanut farms, Delta horse farms, Delta goat farms, Delta wheat farms, Delta cotton farms, Delta soybean farms ,Delta rice farms, Delta corn farms,  Delta duck land,  Delta deer hunting land, Delta catfish farms, Delta Crawfish  Farms, Delta sunflower farms,  Delta  timber farms and other Delta farms. We buy and sell  Delta timberland and timber, both hardwood and pine Plantations.

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The peanut, or groundnut (Arachis hypogaea), is a species in the legume family (Fabaceae) native to South America, Mexico and Central America. [1] It is an annual herbaceous plant growing to 30 to 50 cm (1 to 1.5 ft) tall. The leaves are opposite, pinnate with four leaflets (two opposite pairs; no terminal leaflet), each leaflet 1 to 7 cm long and 1 to 3 cm broad. The flowers are a typical peaflower in shape, 2 to 4 cm (¾ to 1½ in) across, yellow with reddish veining. After pollination, the fruit develops into a legume 3 to 7 cm (1 to 2 in) long, containing 1 to 4 seeds, which forces its way underground to mature.

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Peanuts are also known as earthnuts, ground nuts, goobers, goober peas, pindas, jack nuts, pinders, manila nuts, g-nuts, and monkey nuts; the last of these is often used to mean the entire pod.

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The domesticated peanut is an amphidiploid or allotetraploid, meaning that it has two sets of chromosomes from two different species. The wild ancestors of the peanut were thought to be A. duranensis and A. ipaensis, a view recently confirmed by direct comparison of the peanut's chromosomes with those of several putative ancestors.[2] This domestication might have taken place in Argentina or Bolivia, where the wildest strains grow today. In fact, many pre-Columbian cultures, such as the Moche, depicted peanuts in their art.[3]

Evidence demonstrates that peanuts were domesticated in prehistoric times in Peru. Archeologists have thus far dated the oldest specimens to about 7,600 years before the present.[4] Cultivation spread as far as Mesoamerica where the Spanish conquistadors found the tlalcacahuatl (Nahuatl = "cacao", whence Mexican Spanish, cacahuate and French, cacahuète) being offered for sale in the marketplace of Tenochtitlan (Mexico City). The plant was later spread worldwide by European traders.

The legume gained Western popularity when it came to the United States from Africa. It had become popular in Africa after being brought there from Brazil by the Portuguese around 1800.

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The orange veined, yellow petaled, pea-like flower of the Arachis hypogaea is borne in auxiliary clusters above ground. Following self-pollination, the flowers fade and wither. The stalk at the base of the ovary, called the pedicel, elongates rapidly, and turns downward to bury the fruits several inches in the ground, where they complete their development. When the seed is mature, the seed coat (mesocarp) changes color from white to a reddish brown.The entire plant, including most of the roots, is removed from the soil during harvesting.[5]
The pods act in nutrient absorption. The fruits have wrinkled shells that are constricted between pairs of the one to four (usually two) seeds per pod. The mature seeds resemble other legume seeds such as beans, but they have paper-thin seed coats, rather than the usual, hard legume seed coats.

Peanuts grow best in light, sandy loam soil. They require five months of warm weather, and an annual rainfall of 500 to 1000 mm (20 to 40 in) or the equivalent in irrigation water.

The pods ripen 120 to 150 days after the seeds are planted. If the crop is harvested too early, the pods will be unripe. If they are harvested late, the pods will snap off at the stalk, and will remain in the soil.

Peanuts are particularly susceptible to contamination during growth and storage. Poor storage of peanuts can lead to an infection by the mold fungus Aspergillus flavus, releasing the toxic substance aflatoxin. The aflatoxin-producing molds exist throughout the peanut growing areas and may produce aflatoxin in peanuts when conditions are favorable to fungal growth.
Harvesting occurs in two stages. First a machine is used to cut off the main root of the peanut plant by cutting through the soil just below the level of the peanut pods. The machine lifts the "bush" from the ground and shakes it, then inverts the bush, leaving the plant upside down on the ground to keep the peanuts out of the dirt. This allows the peanuts to dry slowly to a bit less than a third of their original moisture level over a period of 3-4 days. After the peanuts have dried sufficiently, they are threshed, removing the peanut pods from the rest of the bush.

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Thacker Mountain Lodge Land and Property Division offers Peanut acreage, Peanut farms, Mississippi Peanut farms, Delta Peanut farms, Mississippi Peanut farms for sale and Mississippi Delta Peanut farms for sale. Thacker Mountain Lodge also offers, for sale Premium Mississippi, Delta, and Mid-South, land, ranches, farms, investment, recreational, timberland, and commercial property located in the river delta. This area is referred to as the Mississippi River Peanut Delta area. Thacker Mountain Lodge Timber and land, Property division offers hunting and fishing property for sale. If your investment property group wants to buy mid-south hunting property, Mississippi hunting land for sale, Mississippi homes, Mississippi farms, Mississippi ranches and hunting property, Mississippi hunting property, mid-sized hunting property, or Mississippi recreational hunting property, Thacker Mountain Lodge Timber and land Property Division can help.

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