Woodley Road Timber Production and Hunting
The Woodley Road Timber Production and Hunting property is located in Alabama’s fertile Black Belt soil region along the Catoma Creek drain basin that consists of thousands of acres of bottomland hardwoods and joined by very productive farm land and is considered to host some of the best trophy deer, turkey and waterfowl hunting in the Southeast. As you ride through the property you see a very diverse wildlife habitat from mature bottomland hardwoods that provide a great source for mast bearing trees for maximum wildlife growth, mature natural pines, planted pines and fallow farm fields for wildlife bedding. Property has slightly rolling terrain with elevations ranging from 220 ft along Catoma Creek to 280 ft on ridges. Call our office today for more information!
Great location near the Town of Pike Road and only 14 minutes to Eastchase Mall.
Most of the entire property consists of bottomland hardwoods consisting of predominantly mass producing oaks. The soils along the Catoma Creek drain basin are extremely fertile and grow very high quality hardwood timber. The timber stands on the property have significant value and quality and provide for an excellent timber investment.
Good hunting and diverse wildlife habitat. This property has mature bottomland hardwoods with a mix of mature natural pines, planted pines, upland hardwood-natural pine mix, fallow fields and swamps.
Property joins a low traffic county paved road with electricity, county water and phone service available.
Good internal road system and food plots.
Property is surrounded by large responsible land owners.
Soil types in the upper elevations consists of Oktibbeha clay, Vaiden clay and Sumter clay. These soils are well suited for hardwood and pine timber production as well as pasture and some row crops. This area is currently in a hardwood-natural pine-cedar mix and fallow fields.
Soil types in the mid-range elevations consists of Izagora fine sandy loam, Kipling very fine sandy loam and Vaiden fine sandy loam. These soil types are very productive and are well suited for pine and hardwood timber production. This area is currently mostly in hardwoods with a mix of natural pine and some planted pines.
Soil types in the lower elevations consists of Leeper silty clay loam and Tuscumbia silty clay. These soil types are very productive and are well suited for bottomland hardwood. This area is currently in bottomland hardwoods, swamps and oxbows.
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