Loveridge Plantation, a 4,563± acre turn-key wild quail plantation located in the heart of the Red Hills plantation belt, was recently profiled by The Wall Street Journal. An excerpt reads:
“Over 4,500 acres, the plantation includes more than 1¼ miles of frontage on Lake Miccosukee. The ranch has 14 quail hunting routes, 10 horses and a dog kennel with 49 dogs including English cocker retrievers, pointers, derby dogs and puppies. They could be included in the sale. The property also includes Lake Thompson, which is known as a good spot for duck hunting, according to the listing.“It is a bird hunters’ paradise,” said listing agent Elliott Davenport, Jr. of Hall and Hall.”
Read the story here.