Hagerman Farm for Sale

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5 Properties:

$129,000
TBD Bliss Hagerman ID 83314  |  Gooding County
4.03 acres
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Cynthia Douville , Canyon Trail Realty LLC
One of a kind 4.03 acre parcel with incredible views of the Snake River Canyon. Includes various organic mature fruit trees,shop w/electricity, King Hill senior water rights with newer irrigation wate...
$84,900
3148 Quail Run Lane Hagerman ID 83332  |  Gooding County
5.01 acres
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Cynthia Douville , Canyon Trail Realty LLC
Beautiful ready to build building site on 5.01 acres offering power poles, 1000 gallon installed septic tank, drilled well, established driveways, mature landscaping with under ground sprinklers, pump...
$985,500
1049 E 2925 So Hagerman ID 83332  |  Gooding County
44.69 acres
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Bonny Ross , Canyonside Irwin Realty, Inc.
Live where the geese and the ducks land, beautiful 3 bedroom 3 bath log sided home with views and fenced pasture for horses or cattle. Home has been remodeled could have 4 bedrooms and one of a kind l...
$1,895,000
530 6150 NE King Hill Canal Rd Hagerman ID 83332  |  Gooding County
46.22 acres
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Nick Maricich , Windermere Real Estate - SV
Fully contained 46 acre farm located in the beautiful Hagerman valley situated privately on the banks of the Snake River. Built by master builder Frank Bashista, the home features state of the art bu...
$1,895,000
530 E 6150 N Hagerman ID 83314  |  Gooding County
44 acres
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Kitty Martin , Canyonside Irwin Realty, Inc.
44 acres of Snake River frontage with everything on the wish list-privacy, sustainability, elegance, comfort. This beautiful home is off-grid-no power bills! Eastern facing patio looks down on the Sna...

Hagerman, ID Land Info

Idaho ranks 24th for the size of its agricultural sector. In 2014, the agricultural sector contributed $4.23 billion to the Gem State's economy, or seven percent of overall state GDP (placing it 17th among all U.S. states for income generated through farming and agricultural activities). Some 56 percent of Idaho's annual agricultural production is from livestock products (classified as cattle, poultry, sheep and pigs). The other 44 percent comes from crops. Its popular nickname aside, the Potato State's top three agricultural exports are dairy products, cattle and -- yes -- potatoes. Idaho also accounts for half of all commercially-farmed trout in the United States. Based on data from the 2012 U.S. Census, there were 24,816 farms recorded in the state, covering a total of 11.8 million acres (or the equivalent of 22 percent of the entire state land area).

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