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239.5+/- Acres Mower County, MN

Address not available!

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239.50Acres
Located in Mower County, in Waltham Township, is a farm that has not been on the market for a very long time!  This 239.5+/- acre farm has 212.81 acres of some of the best farmland Mower County has to offer. This farm will command rents that will not disappoint any land owner. Additionally, the property receives income from wind rights as well. So, the rate of return is impressive.
$2,850,000

239.5+/- Acres Mower County, MN

Address not available!
239.50Acres
Located in Mower County, in Waltham Township, is a farm that has not been on the market for a very long time!  This 239.5+/- acre farm has 212.81 acres of some of the best farmland Mower County has to offer. This farm will command rents that will not disappoint any land owner. Additionally, the property receives income from wind rights as well. So, the rate of return is impressive.
$2,850,000

239.5+/- Acres Mower County, MN

Address not available!
$2,850,000

Ainsworth Pivot Irrigated Farm

Ainsworth, Ainsworth, Nebraska 69210

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118Acres
This property has a total of 118.37 acres with 97.5 of well producing irrigated farm ground for sale near Ainsworth. There is an electric, 8000 Valley 8 tower pivot with a diesel engine and stock well. The additional acres can be hayed and is conveniently located 4 miles West and 2 miles South of Ainsworth. Call Dodi Osburn at 402-322-5777 or April Good at 402-322-0770 for more information.
$425,000

Ainsworth Pivot Irrigated Farm

Ainsworth, Ainsworth, Nebraska 69210
118Acres
This property has a total of 118.37 acres with 97.5 of well producing irrigated farm ground for sale near Ainsworth. There is an electric, 8000 Valley 8 tower pivot with a diesel engine and stock well. The additional acres can be hayed and is conveniently located 4 miles West and 2 miles South of Ainsworth. Call Dodi Osburn at 402-322-5777 or April Good at 402-322-0770 for more information.
$425,000

Ainsworth Pivot Irrigated Farm

Ainsworth, Ainsworth, Nebraska 69210
$425,000
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150.35Acres
Grand Forks County Farmland For SaleTotal Acres: 150.35CRP Acres: 127.7CRP contract expires 86.9 acres: 9-30-2025CRP contract expires 15.9 acres: 9-30-2028CRP contract expires 24.9 acres: 9-30-2030Annual CRP Payment: $9400.002020 Discounted Net R.E. Taxes: $1489.19Weighted Avg Productivity: 67.
$1

Grand Forks County Farmland For Sale

North Dakota
150.35Acres
Grand Forks County Farmland For SaleTotal Acres: 150.35CRP Acres: 127.7CRP contract expires 86.9 acres: 9-30-2025CRP contract expires 15.9 acres: 9-30-2028CRP contract expires 24.9 acres: 9-30-2030Annual CRP Payment: $9400.002020 Discounted Net R.E. Taxes: $1489.19Weighted Avg Productivity: 67.
$1

6280 Ranch

15561 County Road 6280, Edgar Springs, Missouri 65462

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294Acres
This is a very productive pasture farm with excellent improved pastures. Set up in 13 separate pastures with automatic freezeproof waterers and 5 ponds for rotational grazing. The perimeter is fenced with woven wire for goats, sheep, or cattle. There is a 110 foot by 150 foot pole barn with 5 horse stalls, plus two 40-foot-long machine sheds.
$899,000

6280 Ranch

15561 County Road 6280, Edgar Springs, Missouri 65462
294Acres
This is a very productive pasture farm with excellent improved pastures. Set up in 13 separate pastures with automatic freezeproof waterers and 5 ponds for rotational grazing. The perimeter is fenced with woven wire for goats, sheep, or cattle. There is a 110 foot by 150 foot pole barn with 5 horse stalls, plus two 40-foot-long machine sheds.
$899,000

6280 Ranch

15561 County Road 6280, Edgar Springs, Missouri 65462
$899,000

Red Wing Dove Winery and Vineyard

9112 FM 2005, Hamilton County, Texas 76531

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79.61Acres
Nestled in the top of the Texas Hill Country, Red Wing Dove Winery and Vineyard is your chance to come home to live, work and play all on this gorgeous 79.6+- acre ranch. The property includes a production facility and tasting room, 5+- acre vineyard with room for expansion, custom built home, a barndominium, and so much more.
$2,500,000

Red Wing Dove Winery and Vineyard

9112 FM 2005, Hamilton County, Texas 76531
79.61Acres
Nestled in the top of the Texas Hill Country, Red Wing Dove Winery and Vineyard is your chance to come home to live, work and play all on this gorgeous 79.6+- acre ranch. The property includes a production facility and tasting room, 5+- acre vineyard with room for expansion, custom built home, a barndominium, and so much more.
$2,500,000

Red Wing Dove Winery and Vineyard

9112 FM 2005, Hamilton County, Texas 76531
$2,500,000

World Class Equestrian Center with Manor Home

21 Tinsman Rd, Frenchtown, New Jersey 08825

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62Acres
62+/- Acre Hunterdon County Equestrian EstateKingwood Township, Hunterdon County, NJClassic Equestrian Estate in The Hills of Hunterdon- 6,200+/- sf custom three-bedroom manor home on 62+/- acres with ensuite bathrooms and second floor bonus room, and an expansive open first floor with breathtaking farm views from sunrise to sunset- Manor home features refined teak wood floors, custom built cherry
$1,925,000

World Class Equestrian Center with Manor Home

21 Tinsman Rd, Frenchtown, New Jersey 08825
62Acres
62+/- Acre Hunterdon County Equestrian EstateKingwood Township, Hunterdon County, NJClassic Equestrian Estate in The Hills of Hunterdon- 6,200+/- sf custom three-bedroom manor home on 62+/- acres with ensuite bathrooms and second floor bonus room, and an expansive open first floor with breathtaking farm views from sunrise to sunset- Manor home features refined teak wood floors, custom built cherry
$1,925,000

World Class Equestrian Center with Manor Home

21 Tinsman Rd, Frenchtown, New Jersey 08825
$1,925,000
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Choosing the Right Fence for Your Farmland

Choosing the Right Fence for Your Farmland

Owning and managing a ranch or farm is undoubtedly a rewarding experience. Apart from enjoying wide open spaces, the outdoors, and the simplicity of rural life it’s a great opportunity to invest your money in something safe read more…

Farms Land

The Farm for sale listed on LandHub.com range from spacious, industrial-sized acreage to small and modest hobby farms. Choosing the right land is a high priority when it comes to owning a farm. A farm is “any place from which $1,000 or more of agricultural products were produced and sold, or normally would have been sold, during the year.” Government payments are included in sales. Ranches, institutional farms, experimental and research farms, and Indian Reservations are considered as farms. Places with the entire acreage enrolled in the Conservation Reserve Program (CRP), Wetlands Reserve Program (WRP), and other government conservation programs are also counted as farms.

According to Beef2Live, the United States had 2.048 million farms in 2017. Texas had the most farms in the United States in 2017 followed by Missouri and Iowa. Texas had more farms than Missouri and Iowa combined. Nine (9) states had more than 70,000 farms in 2017: Texas, Missouri, Iowa, Oklahoma, California, Kentucky, Ohio, Minnesota & Illinois. Thirty-nine (39) states had more than 11,000 farms in 2017. These two million farms produce $135 billion annually, employing over 750,000 workers between crop, cattle, and dairy farms. Statista.com states that the total real-estate value of farmland throughout the U.S. is approximately two trillion U.S. dollars.

Making the decision to search for a farm is not an easy feat. True farmers are aware of the extensive amount of dedication, money, and time that it takes to run farmland. Before purchasing farmland, become fully informed about the process. As every farmer knows, farmland takes a lot of dedication, time, and money to run. You want to be wholly informed before purchasing any farmland for sale. Here are a couple of important details that you will want to sort our when you are looking to purchase a farm for sale:

  1.  Where are the farms for sale near me?
  2.  What acreage do you prefer?
  3.  What is the condition of any standing structures on the land?
  4.  When was the last survey of the property completed?
  5.  What is the history of ownership of the land?
  6.  Are there any title or deed issues in the past?

Any questions that you may have can be quickly answered with the help of LandHub.com. If you are ready to find farmland for sale near you, check our listings by searching for the criteria that fit your needs and get in touch with us.

Farm Land

Do you not wish nutrient-rich food would come straight from the farm and on to your plate? Wouldn’t you want our planet’s ecological system to be balanced? Farmland helps you in achieving all of this. A piece of land where one can cultivate crops and raise livestock is farmland. It is primarily dedicated to agricultural practices to produce food. It is an essential service in food production. It also shields animals and helps maintain a balance in our ecological system.

What makes farmland great?

High-quality farmland is comprised of soil that is fertile and rich in nutrients. It must be full of biological substance that produces plants. It does so by having a good quantity of abundant natural components, and by displaying a sense of balance of clay, sand and stones that give a durable, balanced and well-tapped environment for plants. Such rich plants produce fresh fruits and vegetables. When these are fed to the farm animals, they stay disease-free and healthy and provide us with the most nutritious food products too.

What are the inputs needed to construct good farmland?

Constructing good farmland is important. It needs money to buy resources and for timely maintenance of the area. Labor is the next important input followed by fertile soil. Organic fertilizers must be used to compensate for infertile soil if there is any. The geographical area must be chosen wisely to build farmland that supports the crops that you plan to produce. A good drainage system must be built to avoid stagnation of wastewater that may become the house for mosquitoes and pests. Lastly, one must be filled with passion and enthusiasm to build great farmland.

Is farmland worth investing in?

Farmland that is well managed and full of healthy crops and livestock will generally provide income to the owners. It generates revenue by the sale of healthy, nutritious and fresh food. This can be provided at a reasonable price with the help of farmland. It also generates employment that adds to the economy of the nation. Farms that are as small in area as 150 acres may also be considered lucrative. Microgreens, rooftop lawns, bee farms, herb gardening, organic farming, flower farming, etc. can be constructed on these to earn a good amount of income. Besides, the land is a fixed asset whose value increases with time and is usually economical in the long run. Since the quantity of land is limited and with an increase in the size of the population, the demand for property and land is increasing. This aids in the acceleration of the price of land with time. One can also lease or rent their land to earn additional income. It can thus be concluded that farmland is usually a good investment.

What are the benefits of owning farmland?

A well-managed farm not only produces food but also provides protection to livestock. It allows the facilitation of agricultural procedures. Agricultural land aids curbing of flooding, filters-air, helps in absorption and cleaning of stormwater, allows the rejuvenation of groundwater, and provides a habitat to wildlife. It helps in maintaining not just the ecological balance, but also the legacy of our culture. Besides the benefits that that farmland may provide to the planet, it offers fresh fruits and vegetables, provides shelter to farm animals, adds to the scenic essence of the neighborhood, attracts local tourists and promotes farm-related activities for the owners. It adds to both, the ecological and economical aspects. Farmland provides earnings to the landowners and farmers by the sale of produce. This also generates employment. Thus, farmland owners get to earn extra income while enjoying the freshness of their produce and simultaneously maintaining their heritage.

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