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Timber Ridge is a professionally managed timber tract with excellent hunting opportunities. 70 acres of well managed 24-year-old loblolly pine trees are ready for a second thinning, providing an immediate cash flow opportunity. This stand has been well managed and recently burned providing an excellent source of food and habitat for wildlife. The property also has 14.5 acres of bottom land that was once partially used as a duck impoundment. Currently beavers have dammed up the old dike, wood ducks and mallards have been spotted in the beaver pond. Additionally, some of the 14.5 acres could easily be cleared and converted into a corn field. An extensive road system provides ease of access throughout the property. The roads have been planted with fescue and sericia lespedeza. Broad based dips and rock have been installed in problem areas. The creek crossing has been heavily fortified and was used during the first thinning to take log trucks across. A spring fed .7-acre pond is located on the front side of the property allowing for mid-day fishing during hunting season. The pond is surrounded by young, planted pines that could be easily converted into a dove field or recreation area. There are many potential cabin sites as well. Please call us to schedule a private tour.