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Welcome to the Farm and Ranch Exchange’s Land For Sale Area. We can see why you stopped by, finding that next piece of real estate is not a easy task. Fortunately for you, we are 100% Free, 100% of Time! Please feel free to list your properties for sale here!
With over 90 million acres of land planted in Corn, you can see why the United States is a major player in the global markets. If you think its time to start producing more grains on more acres, then you have made the right choice to start looking on The Farm and Ranch Exchange for your new equipment for sale and land for sale!
You can easily find what properties are for sale locally with the map above, or just browse the lots for sale below! Whether your in the market for 10 acres for sale, or 10,000 acres for sale you can be sure to find it right here on the Farm and Ranch Exchange.
From 1982 to 2002 roughly 24,498,500 acres of agricultural land were converted to developed real estate lots! That equates to over 3 billion bushels of corn on the national average. Find your next parcel of land for sale right here on the Farm and Ranch Exchange and keep farming and ranching a part of our future!
That’s a good question! Although there is a lot of different methods out there, the basics are pretty much the same for each parcel of land for sale. First off, like your residential lots for sale, it depends on what price your neighbors property brings. This is known as a comparison study. Secondly, it depends on what the land for sale is being used for. Whether its pasture, developed farm properties, or just a recreational lot it can all affect how much the final price will be. For instance, just pasture land is usually cheaper than developed farm land. Usually land for sale that has a nice view, or a pond or a lake on the lot will bring a lot higher price than just plain old grass pasture land. Finally, one of the last pieces of the puzzle is what the typically harvests are. In one way or another, records are usually kept of what the land produces. If it is a very high producing farm land, such as one with a pivot, then it will typically be a higher price piece of land for sale than just a dry land setup.