Maine Vegetable Farm for Sale

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Affordable Mini or Hobby Farm in Harrison, ME

3.5 acres
284 Haskell Hill Road Harrison ME 04040  |  Cumberland County
Great farm location with nice rich soil! Wonderful lake and mountain views with 3.5 /- Acres of open field bordered by trees and stone walls. Small barn with fenced in area. Circular driveway, 3 BR, 2...
Cheryl Willey, The Maine Real Estate Network
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Home w/Barn 4.4 Acres, Organic Soil for Farming

4.4 acres
90 Kimball Road Bridgton ME 04009  |  Cumberland County
Great Opportunity in North Bridgton! Well maintained Farmhouse with attached Barn; Horse Stalls, Organic Soil for gardening; perennials throughout. 4 BR, 2 BA, enclosed porch. Located in a true four s...
Cheryl Willey, The Maine Real Estate Network
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Maine Waterfront Blueberry Acreage and Homesites

27 acres
Southern Bay Road Penobscot ME 04476  |  Hancock County
27 acres of mixed woods and blueberry fields with 375' of south-facing frontage on the Bagaduce River, with direct access to the world class sailing waters of Penobscot Bay. Multiple locations for ho...
George MacLeod, Maine Real Estate Brokerage
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Maine Land Info

According to, there are some 2.7 million acres of farmland in the United States in use for vegetable production (the vast majority of which exist in California, the country’s largest producer of vegetables). Vegetable production is typically focused on either fresh market consumption or vegetable processing, which involves the canning or freezing of vegetables for later use. With the growth in popularity of farm-to-table dining and ever expanding number of local farmers’ markets, regional vegetable farms are increasingly able to cater to local, seasonal demands as opposed to mass-produced national needs.

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