Looking for that hard to find pasture tract? Look no further than this 423 acre property in Attala County, MS. Located in the Zama Community on Attala County Road 5011 and 5040, this tract offers approximately 130 acres of maintained pasture ground, 140 acres of hardwood-cypress sloughs and 100 acres of hardwood-pine mix. A majority of the pasture is fenced with cross fencing in some areas making it ideal for holding and rotating livestock, as well as cutting hay. There are multiple locations throughout that will provide a beautiful setting for building your dream home. Lobutcha Creek navigates in a north/south direction along the western boundary and is surrounded by beautiful bottomland timber and cypress sloughs. This portion gives you the option to enjoy early season bow hunting in the fall, then transition to early morning wood duck shoots in the winter. Along the southeastern portion of the property, the terrain has a gentle roll and primarily consists of a hardwood-pine mix which is great for chasing both deer and turkey. This beautiful tract is ready for livestock or your dream home. Properties with this kind of diversity are hard to find, so act fast!
County Road 5016, Kosciusko, Mississippi 39090
Directions from Hwy 19 and Hwy 35 in Kosciusko, MS: Travel Hwy 19 for 13.9 miles and turn right on County Road 5013. Turn right on Zama Rd; the entrance to the property will be on your left.
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Adam was born and raised in Attala County in the small town of Sallis, MS. After high school, he attended Holmes Community College for two years before transferring to Mississippi College where he received his B.S. in Kinesiology. He began working at Mississippi Sports Medicine after he graduated in 2009. He worked under the guidance of orthopedic surgeons for 7 years before deciding to pursue a career that would get him out from behind the walls and into his element…the outdoors.
Not only is he an avid outdoorsman, he has a love and passion for the outdoors. He was brought up hunting, riding horses and just being outdoors in general. He was taught at a young age to respect the dirt under your feet and utilize it however you can. Adam was raised to treat the person next to you the way you want to be treated, work hard for what you have and put God first in your family. He fits the profile of a “good, home-grown country boy”. Whether he is sitting in a tree stand in Mississippi, chasing turkeys in Kansas or just riding down a dirt road with his wife and daughter, he always seems to find himself in awe of the playground the Lord has given. His love for the land, drive to help others, and the attention he believes people deserve is what makes him the right agent for you.
In 2010, Adam married the former Gail Bankston, who was born and raised in Carroll County. They share an equal love for the outdoors and enjoy spending time together hunting and fishing. In 2016, they welcomed their daughter Adelyn Grace into the world. Adam and his family are residents of Madison, MS.