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Utica 334 in Hinds County

Price: SOLD       County: Hinds      
Utica 334 in Hinds County


SOLD – If you are looking for a proven trophy deer hunting property with maximum investment flexibility in a great location you will NEVER find another tract like this one.

334+/- deer infested acres east of Utica and only 13 miles from the Highway 27 exit off I-55 at Crystal Springs. 30 minute drive from Capitol Street in Jackson and less than 2 hour drive from Bourbon Street in New Orleans. Hinds County is #2 out of 82 counties in Magnolia Trophy Records and this property has more than its share of Hinds County trophy bucks.

Look at this cash flow:

*44+/- acres of CRP riparian hardwoods paying $2431 per year through 2018

*Fallow farmland with CCC crop base paying $5516 per year

*Hunting lease value of $5000 per year minimum

*45+/- acres of creek bottom hardwoods and upland hardwoods for timber investment and wildlife

*Outstanding site index for pine plantation reforestation project

*Small fishing pond that could be built bigger

Want more deer and a great timber investment? Plant the open land in pine plantation.

Want immediate cash flow with no additional investment and a free dove field? Lease the open land to a nearby farmer with his planting your dove field as part of the lease agreement.

Need pasture ground for a cow/calf or other cattle operation? This property has a long history as cattle ground.

Priced right at $2125 per acre. Contact T. Logan at 601-898-8632.







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Utica 334 in Hinds County


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