1,513 +/- Ac - Dallas County - Broken Arrow Farm

$ 10,600,000

1,513 acres in Dallas County, Alabama,

Listing Status: Active

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Tutt Land Company is excited to offer one of the most premier timber and hunting farms in Alabama. Located in the heart of the blackbelt region, this farm consists of 1,514 +/- acres of diversified land-use types that were strategically designed for wildlife and timber.

In 1998, the farm was a working cattle farm and was purchased by Walter Tutt and partners. Walter developed the vision and layout of the farm that would eventually transform it into a world class recreational and timber property. The farm had areas of scattered, beautiful oak timber groves throughout, and the wildlife food plots were established using these areas as the backdrop for many of the fields. The wildlife food plots are large and have custom-built shooting houses located in ideal spots to view the wildlife. The current owner has continued to make improvements to the farm, including a 10-ft high fence around the perimeter. This has allowed him to consistently grow a crop of the largest native whitetails that exist in this region.

There is an area of incredibly rich blackbelt soil on the farm that the locals called the “black bottom” due to its qualities and rich characteristics. These areas were left as agriculture fields so they could be planted in summer crops for the wildlife. They are currently planted in soybeans and corn, and they fill up with deer feeding in the afternoons. The dove field is also located in this area, and it has been proven to be one of the best fields in the blackbelt region.

The timbered areas consist of a large volume of pine timber. The plantations were established in the early winter of 1999. Walter mechanically bedded many of the pine areas to break the hard pan of the older cow pastures. The pine plantations were thinned approximately 7 years ago, and the residual stands of pines consists of an incredibly high volume of pine sawtimber. The pine stands have been prescribe burned on a 2-year rotational basis. The pine timber is ready to sell if an owner wants to receive timber revenue.

There is an area on the farm that consists of approximately 300 acres of large, mature hardwood, mostly red oak and white oak trees. An area in the middle of the hardwood has a grove of swamp chestnut trees, loaded with acorns, and deer sign is all over this area. The hardwood timber has significant merchantable value if the owner wishes to harvest timber and generate revenue from a hardwood timber sale.

There is a waterfowl pond and a trophy bass lake located near the center of the property. The bass lake has produced many trophy bass and has a wonderful, spacious boathouse with power and water. The bass lake is truly one of the focal points on the property, as you will see when you preview the pictures. There is a well that was installed to provide water to the bass lake and waterfowl pond. The duck pond can be planted and flooded in early fall. The owner is not a serious waterfowler, but he spots many mallards on this pond annually.

Improvements include a barndominium that was converted from the old, original dairy barn into a 3 bed/2 bath camp. There is a 1,500 sq ft manager/owner’s camp that is 3 bed/2 bath, as well. It is nestled in a beautiful area, and the deer literally feed in the backyard. The equipment shed has a manager’s room with a bathroom. The large bays will house any equipment that is needed for the farm. 

Most of the main interior road system has been rocked or graveled. There is a pasture if any potential customer has, or wants to have, a few cows or horses.


  • Large Whitetail deer
  • Eastern wild turkeys
  • Dove field and duck pond
  • Trophy bass lake with boathouse
  • Excellent road system
  • Large wildlife food plots and wide hub and spoke shooting lanes
  • Custom-built shooting houses
  • Agriculture fields for wildlife
  • Large volumes of pine and hardwood timber
  • A lodge and barndominium
  • Large equipment shed
  • Fenced horse pasture
  • Underground power to the boathouse and lodge
  • Water well to use to fill the duck pond in the fall
  • Perimeter is high fenced with a 10ft net wire fence
  • The location of the farm is approximately 1.5 hours from Birmingham and 2.5 hours from Mobile

This region of Alabama is currently one of the most desirable areas in the state, with most of the surrounding areas being in timber or agricultural production. With its abundance of massive, native whitetail deer, the hunting is as good as it gets. The farm, in general, and the pine timber have been managed to improve the wildlife habitat. With the amount of open land for wildlife crops and dove fields, it has the perfect balance of open land and timber. This farm truly is the type of hunting and timber farm that 90% of our customers call looking for and want to purchase. Walter Tutt has stated many times that this property is the best whitetail deer hunting farm that he has ever been associated with owning and/or managing. Every aspect of this property has been very well groomed and developed, and it is a great turn-key investment.

Please give Walter Tutt a call to set up an appointment to preview this one-of-a-kind offering.
This property is shown by appointment only.


*Recent trail camera photos of the wildlife on the property are available to be shared with qualified buyer prospects

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Walter Tutt


Walter graduated with a Mechanical Engineering Degree from the University of Alabama in 1988. Immediately, he knew that he wanted to be in the hunting and land business. After assisting many landowners with land and timbe...