Location: The Farmersville Tract is located in southwest Lowndes County with road frontage on Lowndes
County Routes 63 and 16 near Farmersville, Alabama..
Distance to: Selma, AL 35 miles Montgomery, AL 50 miles Demopolis 88 miles
Tuscaloosa, AL 118 miles Birmingham, AL 139 miles Mobile, AL 152 miles
Land Use: Timberland investment & hunting
The tract has gently rolling terrain with two small hardwood drains crossing the property. It has excellent deer and turkey habitat and offers a high rate of return on well-stocked pine plantations. There is excellent access with multiple gated entrances off of Lowndes County Routes 63 and 16.
The tract has approximately 76 acres (51%) of premerchantable plantation established in 2007, 54 acres (36%) of thinned, merchantable plantations established in 1999 and 12 acres (8%) of hardwood.
This tract has excellent site quality and growth; all the pine plantations were planted with genetically improved pine stock. There will be significant cash flow over the next few years as the premerchantable is just 3-4 years from thinning and only ten years or so to harvest of the older plantation.
There are several green fields already established with the opportunity to do more on logging decks and power line right-of-ways.
Power and water are available at the public road. The tract is certified under the American Tree Farm System. It is being offered on a lump sum basis and not by the acre.
Gates on the property are locked. Please contact Bloedel Forest for an appointment:
Greg Tossey 334-224-6891 Larry Webster 334-224-1802
Bloedel Forest does not own the mineral rights on this tract and is not offering any real estate commissions.
Bloedel Forest and its agents have used our best efforts and good faith in providing correct and accurate information. However, Bloedel Forest and its agents will not be held responsible for any information that is deemed to be false or misleading.