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Hunting ended on some Perry County property

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NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) - The Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency says a group that manages several properties owned by Heartwood Forestland Fund III and IV in Perry County has ended public hunting on several public tracts.

Forestland Group has been trying to sell the land for several months. Thetermination of the agreement became effective as of Feb. 28.
Tri-State Forestry Inc. Forester Hugh A. Bullock says the group will fulfill its obligations to 2012-13 permit holders, but will not issue new permits for the 2013-14 season.

Pending any sale, Tri-State Forestry will continue to manage all the
Heartwood property and existing Hunting License Agreements with clubs and individuals.
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