Family has decided to sell this southern portion of their farm to a conservation minded sportsman who will hopefully continue the game management focus that has been sustained here for 25 years. The subject parcel includes approx.16 acres of Longleaf Pine currently being harvested for straw plus a 13 (+-) acre crop field historically planted in soybeans. Balance of acreage is in misc. planted pines, mature mixed natural timber and small, residual old pecan grove. Virtually all sides of the property adjoin farm fields with many fields annually planted in soybeans, peanuts and corn. This tract and the contiguous properties consistently produce Boone and Crockett class Whitetail bucks approaching 'Book' status. Numbers of 130,140,150,160" inch bucks have been harvested on this subject property and the master acreage of which this is part. A Bone fide "Book' buck was killed in a field on our north line in the early 90's at night by farmer with crop damage permit we are told. I am also told this can be substantiated. Of course it cannot be entered into record books under these circumstances. The property has some lowlands and wet weather water sources plus closeby surface water. terrain is flat with rolling topo on NW section. Woods are thick with some clean understory. Timber value is nominal. But pretty to a deer hunter. This place is by prescription a big deer place. Power on road and building sites can complement land use - which is hunting. High deer population but high carrying capacity. Lots of turkeys. Our agent in charge of this tract hunted here for years and drew a bow on the deer of a lifetime. Many firsthand stories......quite possibly the best deer/big deer property for sale of any size acreage in south Georgia.
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