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Stroud Road – 242 +/- acres – Deer Hunting & Turkey Hunting – Holmes County

Price: SOLD       County: Holmes      
Stroud Road – 242 +/- acres – Deer Hunting & Turkey Hunting – Holmes County



Managed by our own T. Logan Russell, this 242+/- acre tract features highly sought after yet seldom found combination of excellent deer genetics, abundant turkey population and a good timber investment at affordable price. Timber appraised for $620 per acre in 2013 making the asking price of $2100 per acre very affordable.

Located in a very remote part of Holmes County 15 miles from Lexington, the property fronts on Stroud Road behind 4 locked gates and is accessed from Highway 12 exit off I-55 to the north and Holmes County State Park exit off I-55 from the south.

Outstanding wildlife habitat includes hardwoods and pines, ridges, hills and creek bottoms with small hardwood regeneration area for deer bedding area and about 4 acres of food plots.

Buck history includes “Big 10” taken on October 14, 2014 by Agent. Official Magnolia Records score of 159 3/8 gross, 151 3/8 net. Trail camera pics and trophy bucks taken on adjoining land provide more evidence of the quality of the deer herd in this area.  8 gobblers have been harvested on this property in limited hunting over the last 4 turkey seasons.

Call T. Logan at 601-259-4789 to schedule your showing. By Agent/Lessee.


$2100.00 per acre


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Stroud Road – 242 +/- acres – Deer Hunting & Turkey Hunting – Holmes County


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