Learn about
Financing Land

Nearby Counties

Dickinson County Land for Sale Clay County Land for Sale Emmet County Land for Sale Osceola County Land for Sale Palo Alto County Land for Sale Buena Vista County Land for Sale Kossuth County Land for Sale Pocahontas County Land for Sale Cherokee County Land for Sale Lyon County Land for Sale LoopNet Land for Sale

Dickinson County County Cities

Spirit Lake Land for Sale Superior Land for Sale LoopNet Land for Sale

Dickinson County Property Types

Commercial Land for Sale Farm for Sale Pasture/Ranch for Sale LoopNet Commercial Real Estate

Off Market

Off Market Search Results

Dickinson County Land for Sale

Save Search View Map

4 Properties:

Superior IA 51363
148.4 acres
148.4 Acre Dickinson County, IowaMore Detail +
Jon Hjelm , The ACRE Company
Gently rolling nearly all tillable farm Productive soils CSR 62 CSR2 78.3 Attractive conservation road windbreaks Terril-Superior-Estherville on 2 hard roads Includes a bin site with 3 grain b...
Highway 9 E Spirit Lake IA 51360
130 acres
Highway 9 EMore Detail +
bruce hansen , Iowa Area Development Group
130 acres of former farmland being developed for light industrial companies. Four lots developed, once occupied by FEDEX, three others now available with all utilities. Additional lots available and c...
Highway 9 W Spirit Lake IA 51360
19.6 acres
Lakes Business ParkMore Detail +
bruce hansen , Iowa Area Development Group
This site is located 1/4 mile west of junction 9 and Highway 71 south. This 80-acre industrial park officers build to suit services, protective cevenants and allows for parcels/tracts to be subdivide...

Dickinson County, IA Land Info

Iowa ranks among the country's ten largest farming states. In 2014, the agricultural sector contributed $12.07 billion to the Hawkeye State's economy, or seven percent of overall state GDP (placing it second among all U.S. states for the size of its farm economy). Approximately 44 percent of Iowa's annual agricultural production is from livestock products (including poultry, beef and dairy cattle, sheep or hogs and pigs). The other 56 percent comes from crops. Iowa accounts for some 35 percent of all the hogs farmed in the United States. Its other main agricultural exports are corn and soybeans. Based on data from the 2012 U.S. Census, there were 88,637 farms recorded in the state, covering a total of 30.6 million acres (or the equivalent of 85 percent of the total state land area).

Read More +