Owner/Broker may consider dividing into two parcels of 95 and 55 +- acres by selling the 95 +- acre tract first. The tract is located in one of the most sought after trophy whitetail buck counties in Georgia and the Southeastern United States. The property is bounded on the south by one of the premier trophy whitetail buck plantations in the Southeast which makes this area a special pocket of deer genetics coupled with widespread deer management making it one of the finest areas in the Southeast to harvest a trophy whitetail buck. Mature deer in this area can weigh as much as 250 lbs. to 300 lbs. There have reportedly been 180" deer being killed in the area and reliable word of two 160" deer within 2 miles of this farm in last two years. Wisconsin and Texas deer were transplanted here in the 1960's to supplement the dwindling native herd. This pocket of genetics remains intact today. The property offers established food plots, which have been properly limed and fertilized and planted with protein rich sites as well as several possible pond sites and wet weather creeks. This property consists of approximately 18+- year old thinned planted pine with several hardwood bottoms that traverse the property. There is approximately 55 acres of CRP planted longleaf which pays about 55 per acre per year. It is uncommon for a small tract with this hunting magnitude and potential to be offered for sale in this area.