Farm Properties in MO 0+1

In its most recent Census of Agriculture in 2017, the USDA’s National Agricultural Statistics Service reported that nine out of ten acres of agricultural land were either permanent pasture or cropland. The Midwest leads that latter category and Missouri certainly represents. Soybeans, corn, hay, and wheat continue to drive the state’s non-animal commodities, while broiler chickens, turkeys, cattle, and hogs lead the way in livestock. The report noted that Missouri has 68,742 square miles of land (that’s just under 44 million acres), and 27.5 million acres are devoted to farms. The average farm size here is 290 acres, and you’ll find land to build a home; investment opportunities in row crops; working cattle ranches; and more. Whether you seek a 22-acre hobby farm with pastures, fruit trees, and a chicken house; or vacant land with good timber and live water – ideal for hunting – United Country Real Estate has you covered. Check out our listings below.
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