Very unique property! 560 acres of fenced/cross fenced silvopasture area. (Silvopasture integrates livestock & timber production on the same tract, providing multiple income opportunities). The pine timber is plantation cut w/ pasture int he open rows. Current timber cruise indicates approx. 750,000 in pine timber. This would make a prime recreational tract w/ over 8 miles of new woven wire fence. The property has a large pond and abundant wildlife. The 768 acres include a fenced corral w/ pen & loading chute for working livestock. 2 four inch wells, 900 gallon water tank. 3120 sq.ft. equipment/multipurpose building w. bathroom. Property is currently in the Forest Land Protect Act. Just 2 miles from downtown Hawkinsville & convenient to Macon & Atlanta.
Prime Farmland Auction, Madison Parish, LA
848.74+/- acres to be auctioned, Sat. July 29th 10am at Tallulah Country Club 762 Old HWY 65S, Tallulah, LA. Class 1 agland and some great hunting tracts.
Tract 1- 460.37+/- acres of mostly irrigated, highly productive crop land along HWY 603 East. T-16N-R13E Sec. 37-38, T-15N-R13E, Sec 1, 89, 90 Madison Parish, LA. This property has highway frontage, deep well irrigation, and consists of mostly commerce silt loam with some shaky clay and has a high FSA yield history. The crop rent is $200 per acre per crop year. 2-6 electric irrigation wells.
Tract 2- 165.91+/- acres of irrigated, highly productive, cropland on HWY 602 East, T16N-R13E, Sec. 23, 25, 26, Madison Parish, LA. This agland tract has bayou and highway frontage, 2 deep wells for irrigation, and is 98% commerce silt loam. It has a high FSA yield history and the crop rent is $200 per acre per crop year.
Tract 3- 145.09+/- acres of hunting, timber, and CRP, with a good duck hunting lake. This tract can be accessed from HWY 602 or I-20. Location is T16N-R13E, Sec. 23, 25, 26 Madison Parish, LA. IT has 35.8+/- acres of CRP with some annual income on it. A portion of Sip Lake is on the property that produces an abundance of ducks. This tract also produced 3 pope and young class bucks in the 2016 hunting season, 171, 151, and 144 deer were taken with bow on this tract and tract 4.
Tract 4- 77.37+/- acres, located adjacent to tract 3 and not of I-20 is accessed off I-20, T-16N-R13E, Sec. 23. It holds the same deer herd as tract 3, and has some fairly decent timber. This would make an ideal small family tract. Both tracts 3&4 are adjoining large timber holdings that produce good deer herds.
Tract 5- Combination of tracts 2&3 agland and hunting tract (311.0+/- acres)
Tract 6- Combination of tracts 3&4 both hunting tracts (222.46+/- acres)
Tract 7- All tracts 2-3-4 ag & hunting tracts. (388.37+/- acres)
50% minerals to convey.
For more information call Barbara Bonnette or Chris Lemoine at 318-443-6614.