If you are looking for pastureland, then look no further than this 32+/- acres parcel in the Sontag community of Lawrence County, MS. Featuring over 1,500+/- feet of road frontage on Smith Ferry Road, this excellent tract is divided into three pastures and has two stock tanks on it. The thick grass will provide plenty of forage for livestock. The old barn is still serviceable and will keep the hay dry and the equipment safe. Utilities are available and this property would make a great homesite.
000 Smith Ferry Road, Sontag, Mississippi 39665
Directions from the intersection of MS-27 and US-84 in Monticello, MS: Travel north on MS-27 for 5.2 miles. Turn right onto Smith Ferry Road and travel for 1.6 miles. The property will be on the left.
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Clif is an 18 year veteran of the sawmill industry where he worked his way up from entry-level laborer to a Production Superintendent. Clif has a vast knowledge of the forestry industry stemming from his experiences working with landowners, buyers, and loggers.
Clif is a dedicated outdoorsman and avid bow hunter. He has used his enthusiasm for hunting to gain knowledge of whitetail deer management through research, training, and practical application to increase heard health, fawn recruitment, and habitat improvement. Clif truly believes in the philosophies of organizations like the QDMA and the teachings of the Mississippi Deer Lab.
Clif has been married to Lisa Cannon for 24 years and they have two children, Tristan and Hayden. Clif is a lifelong resident of Franklin County, MS; his family belongs to Pleasant Valley Baptist Church in the Pleasant Valley Community.
“I would like to express how happy I am to join Tom Smith Land and Homes; from the moment Preston asked me to join, I have felt welcomed. My wonderful God has led me to this opportunity for my own personal growth as well as a chance to work with some great people. I look forward to making new friends, renewing relationships, and having the opportunity to serve those with the desire of becoming land owners.”