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80 Acres Farm in Knox County

80 acres
IL 61401
If you have been looking for a Knox County farm lately, you know how hard they are to find. Knox County farms with a good mix of timber/tillable have been nearly non existent. This farm sits in th...
John OReilly, Illinois Land Company
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Bear School Rd Yates City IL 61572
640 acres
Knox County, IL 640 AcresMore Detail +
Scott Whittington , LandGuys, LLC
LandGuys has the privilege of offering this amazing 640 acres in Southern Knox County! Here's a chance to own one of the largest private lakes in the region with 72 surface acres and a depth of 75 ...
Lakeside Place Dahinda IL 61428
1 acre
Knox County, IL 1 Acre with 2,700 Sq Ft HomeMore Detail +
Scott Whittington , LandGuys, LLC
Beautiful Cedar, hand selected real stone and stucco make up the exterior of this remarkable home in Oak Run, Knox County. This 2,700 sq ft home has 3 bedrooms - with the possibility of another i...
1730 Knox County 1200 N Gilson IL 61436
24.5 acres
Knox County IL 24.5 AcresMore Detail +
Scott Whittington , LandGuys, LLC
This 24.55 acres in Knox County is located in a high deer density area. The habitat has excellet food plots and mowed trails through the entire property, with expansion potential. There are deer trail...
Henderson IL 61439
122 acres
122 Knox County IllinoisMore Detail +
Scott Whittington , LandGuys, LLC
Knox County, IL 122 Acres for Sale is a great investment property with year-round recreation located just North of Galesburg. Recreation ranges from whitetail to turkey hunting to fishing. This proper...
1475 N Henderson Street Galesburg IL 61401
1.2 acres
1475 N Henderson StMore Detail +
Mike O'Bryan , REMAX Unlimited Commercial
Approximately 1.2 acre commercial site Lighted intersec#on Zoning B-2 Owner will consider a land lease

Knox County, IL Land Info

Illinois is the country's 13th biggest agricultural state. In 2014, the agricultural sector contributed $9.24 billion to the Illinois economy, or one percent of overall state GDP (placing it fifth among all U.S. states for the size of its farm economy). Some 18 percent of Illinois's annual revenue from farming is from livestock products (including poultry, beef and dairy cattle, sheep or hogs and pigs). The other 82 percent comes from crops. Nebraska may be the Cornhusker State, but Illinois ranks ahead in terms of total corn farmed and produced in the country (17 percent versus 11 percent). According to official Census Bureau stats, there were 75,087 farms recorded in the state, covering a total of 26.9 million acres (or the equivalent of 73 percent of the total state land area).

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