A Rare and Unique hunting tract situated in the heart of Randolph county, Ga. This 750 +/- acre property is loaded with deer and turkey and ready to hunt in 2023. Multiple stand locations, established food plots, stands of scattered white oaks & pine, flowing creeks, pond sites, and multiple barns. This property boast 60 acres of pecan trees, 181 acres of open pasture and a potential irrigation pivot location. Schedule your qualified tour today! Land It is quite rare to find such a diverse 750 +/- acre property available in Randolph County. If you are looking for a large contiguous hunting tract that checks all the boxes, White oak farms is it. Located just north of Cuthbert, GA, this tract is loaded with desirable features and great habitat for wildlife. White Oak Farms is named for the numerous old white oaks that litter the creek bottoms and the side hills. It is rare to find mature hardwoods sections with a clean understory in the south. Imagine how well you could see deer and turkeys when the seasons change. The owner has maintained the numerous trails and roads for easy access to some of the best spots on the property. This property has stewarded with hunting deer in mind. There are 3 large food plots on the east side that total over 7 acres. Each plot is lined with planted “Saw Tooth Oak’s” to give the deer a reason to show up year round. This property has purposely remained wooded in the central areas to provide safety and bedding for the wildlife. The pasture to the west has purposely not been mowed to allow additional bedding and cover for the wildlife. Interested in hunting Dove in addition to deer and turkey? This property has over 53 acres in cultivation and a power line the runs adjacent to the the 7 acre east field. Currently planted in sorghum by a local tenant farmer, these fields offer a great opportunity to attract more than just dove. A portion of the field turn rows that are also lined the “Saw Tooth Oaks” to keep those deer showing up year after year. This tract has over 110 acres of various ages planted pines in several locations that could use a thinning in the very near future and this will add to the future income of the property. There is a 310 acre adjoining tract on the west side adjacent to US Hwy 27 that is comprised of 60 +/- acres of old pecan trees ( variety unknown) and 183 acres of old pasture land. Also located off the north end of the pasture is a massive old pond site, and old brick patio with a masonry fire pit on the pond. The pond needs a new drain pipe and could be repaired with ease. There are 2 wells and an old hay barn that was constructed with red iron on concrete piers. The barn is 40 x 80 and would need updating to utilize. There is a well near the barn and great access to US Hwy 27 from the pasture. With over 4800′ of road frontage on Hwy 27, there could be options for this parcel down the road. Improvements The improvements on this property are perfect for the owner with equipment to shelter. This property includes a 40 X 84 covered shed with metal trusses and a metal roof. There is an unfinished 2 Br -1 Bath Cabin with a large front and side porch. The cabin is situated to overlook the cultivated fields to the south and offers a great location to enjoy that morning sunrise. There is also a 10 x 30 tiny house with a large 16 x 32 front porch and a 12 x 30 back porch. Water is supplied by the adjacent land owner to the tiny house. There is also ample room to bring in more travel trailers or a motorhome Agriculture In addition to the all the hunting and recreational opportunities on this tract, there may be potential to install a full circle pivot to cover the best dirt in the pasture. There are many option to consider when trying to configure the best approach, but with irrigated farm land in very high demand, this addition could add a great yearly income to the mix. According to the USDA Statistical data from 2017, Randolph county ranks number 70 out of 159 in the state for the value of agricultural products sold. Randolph County ranks number 33 in the state for crop values on the state level and number 1885 out of 3077 on the national level. The main crops for this area is peanuts, corn, cotton, and other grains. Tillable land is in high demand across the south and it is a stable investment. Convertible farm ground is hard to find in the south. This farm may be a candidate for some growers to consider. If you are looking for more cattle ground, this farm could also be a candidate to increase livestock numbers. Pecan growers should take a hard look at this offering with the potential to add an additional 300 or so acres of Grove area taking in the pasture land, tillable land and some of the central woodlands. White Oak Farms offers many options for potential buyers to increase the revenue streams on this farm.