Location, Location, Location - Flint River basin, Sumter and Lee, Dooly, Macon counties that adjoin produce high scoring antlered deer year after year. Restrictive deer harvest and high quality habitat have led to a large deer population. Carved out of majestic 30 ( +-) year old pine thinned to an attractive plantation style cut forest is a mosaic of green fields (most irrigated!), graveled roads, feeder stations ( both troughs and gravity), multiple plantings of fruit trees, etc. There are large numbers of naturally reseeding pines forming the basis of the next timber crop. There is a deep well that serves the irrigation. . A 35 (+-) acre block of excellent mixed growth 3-4 (+-) year old pines is naturally regenerating. It provides bedding cover and sanctuary environment contributing to the unexcelled hunting here. Timber value is of significance throughout the tract but current owner has allowed understory growth to complement further his deer management goals. There is a high deer population and turkeys use the place. Multiple coveys of wild Quail seen regularly have never been hunted. Neighbors are timberland owners. Pave road is on east boundary and utilities are close by. Priced to sell.
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