Own your own hunting and recreation paradise in Clay County just a short drive Northwest of Starkville and Mississippi State University. This property consist of approximately 70 acres+/- recently thinned pine plantation, 100 acres+/- mixed hardwood and pine timber, 42 acres+/- hardwood regeneration, live creek in western part of tract, small pond, potential home site and frontage on Highway 46. Siloam Water Association and Natchez Trace Electric are available on site.
West Point, Mississippi 39773
Directions from Intersection Hwy 15 and Highway 46 in Mantee, MS: Travel Southeast on Highway 46 approximately 3.7 miles and property will be on the left. Look for the Tom Smith Land and Homes Sign.
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Doyes was born and raised in Hamilton, Alabama. He obtained a B.S. in Forestry from Mississippi State University in 1975. Ten years later, he completed a Master of Forestry with emphasis in forest taxation also from Mississippi State. Doyes’ forestry career began in 1977 and continued for 40+ years, with much of his career with Weyerhaeuser Company as a Timber Buyer, Road Manager and lastly as Harvest Planner until his retirement in 2018.
Doyes and his wife Kay are long time residents of Starkville and avid MSU Bulldog fans. They have attended New Covenant Church for more than 40 years with their three children. They currently own and operate Bops Frozen Custard in Starkville. For many years, Doyes had a small beef cattle operation in the Bell School House community where his children learned a strong work ethic and a love for the outdoors. When not at work, you may find Doyes at his tree farm in Choctaw County working on food plots or at the family’s lake house on Smith Lake in Arley, Alabama. Doyes hopes to use his real estate and timberland background and experiences to help other families make their own memories outdoors. Give Doyes a call for all your Residential and Timberland real estate needs.