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Dog Creek 686.42 Yalobusha and Calhoun Counties

Price: $1,243,366.00       County: Yalobusha      
Dog Creek 686.42 Yalobusha and Calhoun Counties

Dog Creek – 686.42 acre Calhoun and Yalobusha County

686.42 acres on Yalobusha and Calhoun County in Sections 22 and 27, Township 12 South, Range 3 West, Calhoun County and Section 24, Township 25 North, Range 7 East, Yalobusha County, MS.

The tract consists of various pine timber ages from approximately 250 acres pre-merchantable 2 to 8 yea pines, 155 acres of 14 and 15 year pines, to older age 21 years and up merchantable pines with the balance in hardwood Stream-side Management Zones scattered across the tract creating wildlife corridors along the drainages and Dog Creek. The tract has some frontage on a twelve acre lake in the northeast corner of the property. A good interior road system allows access throughout the property for hunting and timber management purposes.
Well located 22 miles east of Grenada, 24 miles south of Oxford and 9 miles west of Bruce.

$1,243,366.00

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Dog Creek 686.42 Yalobusha and Calhoun Counties

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