Sporting

Inside the World of the Plantation Broker

When buyers want to own a pristine piece of the Red Hills extraordinary quail country, they talk to Jon Kohler
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A longleaf pine forest at Greenwood Plantation in Georgia.

photo: Andrew Kornylak

Jon Kohler on Greenwood.

photo: Andrew Kornylak

Two English pointers at work in the Red Hills.

photo: Andrew Kornylak

Inside a manor house.

photo: Andrew Kornylak

Jenni Cahoon leads Smoke while hunting on Valhalla Plantation.

photo: Andrew Kornylak

The main house at Greenwood.

photo: Andrew Kornylak

Wood inlay of a pointer.

photo: Andrew Kornylak

A setter gets a noseful of quail at Valhalla.

photo: Andrew Kornylak

A road cuts through the longleaf pines at Greenwood.

photo: Andrew Kornylak

A longleaf pine forest after a controlled burn on Greenwood.

photo: Andrew Kornylak

Dog cemetery at Dixie Plantation.

photo: Andrew Kornylak

On the hunt at Valhalla.

photo: Andrew Kornylak

Dog on point at Valhalla.

photo: Andrew Kornylak

The manor house at Dixie Plantation.

photo: Andrew Kornylak

Tall Timbers Land Conservancy president and CEO Bill Palmer at Dixie Plantation.

photo: Andrew Kornylak

Live oaks on the grounds of Greenwood.

photo: Andrew Kornylak

Front column detail at Dixie Plantation.

photo: Andrew Kornylak