This tract known as the Hay Farm Tract is located southeast of the community of Hamburg in southern Perry County. County Road 144 runs east to west through the property and electrical power and water are available. The pastureland is fenced and there is a pond located on the west side of the public gravel road as noted on the attached aerial photograph. Based on available GIS data, the tract consists of the following land components: Pine Stands – 40.5 acres; Hardwood/SMZ Drains – 47.5 acres; Open Land – 221.4 acres; Hardwood CRP – 40.8 acres; Pipe Line ROW – 7.1 acres. Final sale acreage will be verified by a GPS survey, especially if the eastand west parcels are sold separately. The pine stands feature 15.6 acres of 27-year old loblolly, 18.9 acres of 16-year old loblolly, and 6 acres of 11-year old loblolly. Rough estimates of timber volumes are approximately 2,000 tons of pine and 850 tons of hardwood. These are timber volume estimates and are not guaranteed by Seller or Broker.
The hardwood Conservation Reserve Program (CRP) land is along Dry Creek and this area has been planted in several oak species. This contract expires on September 30, 2016,and the purchaser must assume the terms of this contract. The cattle lease on 191 acres of pastureland pays $25.00 per acre per year, and the hunting lease paying $10/acre covers the entire 357 acres. The cattle and hunting leases can be continued or terminated at the option of the Purchaser. This is an excellent hunting tract and offers both timberland and pastureland for diversified use. The approximate distances to nearby cities are as follows: Selma – 20 miles; Marion – 15 miles; Tuscaloosa – 60 miles; Birmingham – 70 miles. Please call the Camden Office at 1-866-788-0759 or the Wetumpka Office at 1-800-782-5263 for more information or for an appointment to see.
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