Description: This property is unique in that there are several different revenue streams to consider when analyzing this farm’s potential. This is a rare turn key cattle operation. The owner says that the whole property is fenced and that he has ran cows on it for years. The ponds are also set up for catfish farming with electricity and piping to circulate water from the large bottom pond to the top pond. There are quite a few mature pecan trees. The timber on the front 60 acres of this farm was recently harvested. It has been partially cleaned up and piles burned, which has begun the process of turning this section of the farm back into a productive pasture or hay field. There is plenty of paved road frontage (1000 ft). The annual taxes for this farm are approximately a little over $400 per year.
Recreation: Boating, fishing, hunting, horse back and ATV riding.
Map & Boundaries
Location: Region 12, South Alabama. This property is 27 miles from Troy, AL. It is 14 miles SW from Clayton. From Ozark its 23 miles North. Access: From Brundidge go east on Highway 10 13 miles to Clio and turn left onto Louisville street and go 1.4 miles. Then turn right onto J W McLean and the property will be on the right in 2 miles. From Clayton head south on 51 and take a slight right on Louisville Ave. and go 12 miles. Take a left onto Baxters Station Rd. and go 1.5 miles and continue straight onto J W McLean Rd. and the property with be on your left in less than quarter mile. An address that is bordering the property to assist in finding this farm is: 351 J W Mclean Rd. Clio, AL.