The acreage consists of level bottom land with elevations ranging from 250 ft. on higher elevations to 200 ft. along Big Swamp Creek. The higher elevations consists of mostly planted pine with some hardwoods and the soil types are composed of Oktibbeha clay, Bonneau sandy loam, and Freest sandy loam which are good pine and hardwood timber producing soils. The soil types in the lower elevations along drains consists mainly of Leeper silty clay, Mantachie clay, and una clay which are good hardwood timber producing soils and are currently in hardwoods and oxbow ponds. This property has a very diverse wildlife habitat such as upland pines, bottom land hardwoods, oxbow ponds, and frontage on Big Swamp Creek which makes for excellent hunting of deer, turkey, quail, and water fowl. The well managed timber stands provides for an excellent timber investment. Timber stands consists of merchantable and pre-merchantable hardwoods, merchantable planted pines and young pre-merchantable planted pines. There are miles of internal roads for easy access throughout the property and large established wildlife food plots make for a more enjoyable hunting experience. This property is shown by appointment only so call today to schedule your private tour,
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This hunting, fishing, and timber investment property is located on County Road 37 in Letohatchee, AL; between Hayneville and Fort Deposit in Central Lowndes County.