Marshall County Land for Sale

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6 Properties:

$549,000
360th Street NW Strandquist MN 56758
300 acres
300 Acres in Marshall County, MinnesotaMore Detail +
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Jack Juberian , Whitetail Properties
Wow. Its not very often to we see properties with the attention to detail seen in this gem. If ever you have dreamt of owning a wildlife sanctuary complete with ponds, food plots, box blinds, and mani...
$325,000
TBD JCT OF 280TH ST NE & 130TH Avenue NE Holt MN 56738
150 acres
Agriculture - Holt, MNMore Detail +
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RYAN STREM , RE/MAX of Bemidji
(2) 80 ACRE PARCELS LOCATED SOUTH OF HOLD ALONG HWY #32 OF WHICH 135 ARE TILLABLE. LAND SCORES IN THE LOW 80'S IN PRODUCTIVITY. CALL AGENT FOR MORE DETAILS
$335,000
TBD JCT OF 280th St NE & 130th Avenue NE Holt MN 56738
147 acres
Agriculture - Holt, MNMore Detail +
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RYAN STREM , RE/MAX of Bemidji
147 ACRES LOCATED SOUTH OF HOLD ALONG HWY #32. LAND CONSISTS OF 145 TILLABLE ACRES AND SCORES 84 IN PRODUCTIVITY.

Popular Property Types in Marshall County, MN

Farm for Sale in Marshall County, MN

Farm for Sale

Pasture/Ranch for Sale in Marshall County, MN

Pasture/Ranch for Sale

Undeveloped Land for Sale in Marshall County, MN

Undeveloped Land for Sale


Marshall County, MN Land Info

Marshall County is a mid-size farming community in Minnesota. The most common type of land for sale in Marshall County recently was farms, while Viking featured the most land for sale. Recent internal data places the average per-acre value of land for sale in Marshall County at $630, with an average list price of $100,760 for land and farms for sale in Marshall County. Of the 87 counties in Minnesota, Marshall County ranks 71st in terms of its population (9,423, according to Census data from 2015). Its economy is defined as agricultural, with 1,148 farms recorded in the county during the 2012 U.S. Census. In terms of size, Marshall County is Minnesota's 11th biggest county (1,813 square miles, which comprises two percent of the state). Farming activities in Marshall County generate annual revenues of $322 million, 98 percent of which is from livestock products and two percent from crop harvests. The main agricultural staple here is livestock (defined as cattle, poultry, hog or other farming, as well as related products such as dairy).

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