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Benjamin Stevens III
Benjamin Stevens III
Richton Tie & Timber, LLC

+/-218AC - Beartown Road - Jayess

Beartown Road, Jayess , Mississippi 39641 - Walthall County
$621,300 218 Acres
Property ID 3108783


This tract consists of 218 acres +/- of intensively managed pine timberland. The stands consist of various ages of pine plantations which allows for a more continuous stream of revenue. There is approximately 40 acres of 12-year old longleaf pines and approximately 60 acres of 16-year old loblolly pines that have been thinned once. The balance of the acres consist of 28-year old loblolly pines with mature hardwoods along the creek and drains. The entire property has been consistently burned on a two year rotation in order to maintain an understory that maximizes timber growth and wildlife habitat. The area is known for good whitetail genetics and the wild turkey population is second to none. There is a gravel road throughout the property and the property is well drained and conducive to wet weather logging. This property has frontage along Beartown Road in the Jayess Community. It is in Walthall County near the intersection of Pike, Lincoln and Lawrence County lines; convenient to McComb (18 miles), Baton Rouge (115 miles), and Hattiesburg (65 miles). Opportunities to buy timberland investments like this are rare, don't miss out.


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Benjamin Stevens III

Richton Tie & Timber, LLC

212 McInnis Street
Petal, MS 39465

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