The 627-acre Irby Tract has a diversity in present uses that allows it to have multiple streams of revenue. The first and most significant revenue is from the tracts 327+ acres of prime farm land. The soils and slopes are ideal for cotton and peanuts. Its second potential income stream is from the 220.5+ acres of merchantable woodlands which are primarily planted pine, and about 95 acres of natural pine and hardwood. As a third stream of income, the hunting lease potential for this tract is outstanding. The tracts proximity to food resources and plentiful water along with the 78 acres of bottom land, provide an excellent habitat for white-tail deer. There are two parcels totaling 111 acres that are located a few miles north of the main body of the tract. They are located at the intersection of Highway 52 and Highway 95, just west of Columbia, AL. In addition to farm lease income, these two tracts have excellent commercial potential due to their location on a very busy intersection.
The property owners are willing to separate these tracts into 6 separate parcels for sale should a buyer not have a need for the entire 627 acres.