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The +-439 acre aesthetic Jarrell Farm on the Flint River has been in the same family for generations and boast +-1.6 miles of Flint River frontage in Taylor County GA. This aesthetic and productive farm provides annual income from +-192 acres of fields and can provide periodic income from +-242 acres of mature hardwood and pine timber on upland and bottom sites. Historically the fields were in pasture, but most are now in row crop production (corn, wheat, cotton, soybeans). +-35 acres are irrigated by center pivot (the farmer owns the irrigation equipment). The fields are ideal for row crops, pasture, pecan or other orchards, planted pines, and/or Conservation Reserve Program planted pines. The timber consists of +-24 acres of heavily stocked mature planted loblolly; +-75 acres of well stocked Upland Mature Natural Pine & Hardwood Mix; & +-143 acres of well stocked Lowland & Bottomland Mature Natural Hardwood. In addition to the significant Flint River frontage, the farm has +-1.1 miles of frontage on both sides of a tranquil creek that feeds the Flint. The farm has +-0.5 miles of paved road frontage on US Hwy 80, a two-lane highway.
The Flint River corridor throughout Georgia is well known for producing quality trophy bucks and turkey and great duck hunting, and the Jarrell Farm is right in the heart of the action. There is also good potential dove and hog hunting. The +-1.6 miles of Flint River frontage on Jarrell Farms has a great mix of shoals and deeper water for a variety of fish species and habitat. Shoal bass, largemouth bass, redbreast, bluegill, channel catfish, flathead catfish, and crappie are some of the primary game fish in this stretch of the Flint. The Flint is great for kayaking and canoeing, and with adequate water level, careful motor boating. For the adrenaline junkie, Yellow Jacket Shoals with class III and IV rapids is about +-17 miles upstream (+-12 miles as the crow flies). There is a public boat ramp +-0.2 miles downstream at US19, and +-13 miles upstream at Po Biddy Rd.
There is an aesthetic old homesite with two old barns remaining. The old barns provide charm, and an aesthetic vista of the farm. For the Indian and/or Civil War history buff, the area is very rich in artifacts and history.
New survey plat just completed in 2020. Additional acreage may be available. Call for more information.