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1946 COLUMBIA QUARRY Road Columbia IL 62236
20 acres
Agricultural Land,Acreage & Farms - Columbia, ILMore Detail +
Jim VonDerHaar , Prudential Select Properties
GREAT LOCATION! Borders Fairfield Golf Course in Columbia. Perfect Place to build your dream home and only be minutes from Columbis, Downtown St. Louis or South St. Louis County. Property to be divi...
RAMSEY Columbia IL 62236
11.74 acres
Acreage & Farms - Columbia, ILMore Detail +
Dave Touchette
11.74 acres prime farm ground presently corn growing very close to I 55 JB bridge good investment for future industrial development in COLUMBIA BOTTOMS farmer pays cash rent ILL farm statutes apply ...
BIXBY Columbia IL 62236
41.03 acres
Acreage & Farms - Columbia, ILMore Detail +
Dave Touchette
just off 255 near JB BRIDGE cross BIXBY RD property on the right 47000 per acre cloverleaf was planned at one time ILLINOIS tabled till future, farmer pays cash rent
LEVEE RD Columbia IL 62236
268 acres
Acreage & Farms - Columbia, ILMore Detail +
Dave Touchette
2 PARCELS ON THIS PROPERTY 03-12-100-001-000 65 ACRES AND 203.35 ACRES 03-01-300-001-400 hunting rights leased for about 7000 per year also farmer leases ground for about 14000 per year also loggin...
Gall Road Waterloo IL 62298
98.82 acres
98 Acre Site Available For SaleMore Detail +
Joe Hardin
98 Acre Site available for sale, May Divide. Zoned Industrial; Utilities at Site. Site borders along IL Route 3 (15,300 ADT) on the Waterloo By-Pass. Concept Plans Available. Sale: $13,155 per Acre

Monroe County, IL Land Info

Farms for sale incorporate everything from industrial-scale farm acreage in the Midwest’s farming heartland to small hobby and horse farms for sale from Alabama to Wyoming. Of the country’s estimated two million farms, Texas numbers the most farms followed by Missouri, Iowa and Oklahoma. Farmland in the U.S. produces estimated agricultural exports worth over $135 billion annually, with crop farms, cattle farms and dairy farms employing over 750,000 workers. According to, the total real-estate value of farming land in the U.S. is approximately two trillion U.S. dollars.

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