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26.8 acres
220010 Box 125-A Bokoshe OK 74930
LOCATION: Located off of Hwy. 9 about 6 miles west of the town of Spiro, Oklahoma. The larger city of Ft. Smith, population about 80,000, is about 22 miles away. Robert S. Kerr Lake is about 15 mil...
Darali Mixon, United Country - Mixon Realty
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Garner Addition 25

25 acres
Poteau OK 74953
Here is an opportunity to develop a housing addition that could pay for the land that you build on. Choose 5-15 acres for your self and sell the rest. Your house could face Poteau and the ...
Robert Bahe, Accredited Land Brokers - World Class Ranches-Bob Bahe
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Cowlington 120 Ranch

120 acres
SH 59 North Spiro OK 74959
COWLINGTON 120 RANCH LOCATION: Northern LeFlore County in Southeast OK. Less than 30 minutes from Ft. Smith, Ark., 15 minutes from Poteau, 10 minutes from Sallisaw. Minutes from Kerr Lake, with Wiste...
Rick Ward, Re/Max Champion Land Broker
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124 acres
U.S. Hwy 217 & Cowshed Crossing Rd Spiro OK 74959
LOCATION: Central eastern Oklahoma in Northern LeFlore County. This property borders for about 1,000 feet along a blacktop farm to market road and it is about mile from a U. S. Highway. The town o...
Darali Mixon, United Country - Mixon Realty
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Tucker Bottoms 200 Cropland

200 acres
Spiro OK 74959
TUCKER BOTTOM 200 CROPLAND LOCATION: LeFLore County in Southeast Oklahoma. Located just over 6 miles northeast of Spiro, 2.25 miles east of SH 59/Tucker Road junction. In the Arkansas River botto...
Rick Ward, Re/Max Champion Land Broker
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2.5 Acres at Foot of Kiamichi Mountain Near National Forest

3 acres
Rt. 1 Talihina OK 74571
Location: This property is nestled in the heart of the Ouachita National Forest in a beautiful valley setting between the Winding Stair Mountain Range to the North and the Kiamichi Mountain Range to ...
Darali Mixon, United Country - Mixon Realty
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10 acres
25133 280 St Shady Point OK 74953
LOCATION: 25133 280th St, Shady Point, Ok 74956. This property is about 3 mi West from town. It is about 7 mi to the city of Poteau and about 25 mi to the larger city of Ft. Smith, Ark. The proper...
Darali Mixon, United Country - Mixon Realty
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Midway 5

5 acres
35245 Midway Place Poteau OK 74953
Beautiful home and 5 acres located at the base of breathtaking Sugarloaf and Poteau Mountains. Sitting in a sought after valley in Southeastern Oklahoma offering outstanding views. The spacious home h...
Mike Duplissey, Re/Max Champion Land Broker
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LeFlore County, OK Land Info

Oklahoma is one of the country's ten largest farming states. In 2014, the agricultural sector contributed $3.38 billion to the state's economy, or two percent of overall state GDP (placing it 26th among all U.S. states for the size of its farm economy). Approximately 74 percent of Oklahoma's annual farm income is from livestock products (including poultry, beef and dairy cattle, sheep or hogs and pigs). The other 26 percent comes from crops. Oklahoma's agricultural economy is largely driven by livestock products including cattle (over half), hogs and broiler chickens. According to 2012 U.S. Census data, there were 80,245 farms recorded in the state, covering a total of 34.4 million acres (or the equivalent of 77 percent of the total state land area).

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