A 450 acre row crop and timber tract located in Southeast Adams County near the Homochitto National Forest and Sandy Creek Wildlife Management Area with frontage on the Homochitto River as well as paved road frontage on Deerfield Road complimented by additional county road frontage on Wilkinson Road. The tract is a portion of what is known as Frogmore Plantation and is bounded on the west by Martins Creek (Commencement Plantation). Approximately 292 acres of the tract have been in row crop production (primarily corn and soybeans) for years generating an approximate annual income of $30,000+ (see attached NRCS map). Cotton is the current crop for 2020. The remainder of the tract is in timber production being primarily mixed pine hardwood on the north along Deerfield Road with hardwoods on the south along the Homochitto River. A natural sand beach to enjoy is found along the Homochitto River on the south end of tract. This tract with its combination of fields and timber providing miles of “edge effect” creates wonderful hunting opportunities along with the chance to earn an annual income. These types of tracts combined with close proximity to the Homochitto National Forest do not come along very often in Adams County, so make your appointment today to view this tract.

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