The Selma Dixon tract is located in an area of the Black Belt known for producing large trophy whitetails and quality turkey, duck, and dove hunting. This 656 acre tract is an ideal for hunting, timber investment, or long term development. The acreage features established food plots, graveled road system, a large potential lake site, and approximately 0.6 miles of Cahaba River frontage. Timber types include multiple age classes of merchantable and pre-merchantable 'old field' pine plantation, with the remainder in quality hardwood. Additional land available nearby call for details and current pricing. For more information please contact Clint Flowers at .