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Home in Nibley, UT

0.78 acres
3384 S Main St Nibley UT 84321
Great home on large lot. Excellent location off the Highway 165 . Open fields to the north and east. Located within new Ridge Line High School boundaries. Home has 4 bedrooms and 2 1/2 baths. Addition...
Brent Parker, Dwell Realty Group
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Thorne Land

59.53 acres
6450 W 600 N Petersboro UT 84325
Prime agricultural or development ground. Nestled under the shadows of the Wellsville Mountains. Close proximity to SR 30 (Valley View Highway). Has 45 shares of Wellsville/Mendon irrigation water.
Brent Parker, Dwell Realty Group
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Farm in Almalga, UT

257.78 acres
8490 N 2400 W Amalga UT 84335
Excellent level farm ground bordering Bear River. Good water right. Grows alfalfa, corn, and grains. A 1926 3 bedroom 1 bath farm home, included in price. Facilities have formerly been used for a dair...
Brent Parker, Dwell Realty Group
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Paradise Land

19.5 acres
700 East 8600 South Paradise UT 84328
Excellent ranchette property. Plenty of irrigation water from Porcupine Reservoir. Two well permits. Can be subdivided into four lots. Two county roads--one is paved and one gravel. Beautiful views of...
Brent Parker, Dwell Realty Group
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Cache County, UT Land Info

Set in a metropolitan area of Utah, Cache County is considered a large urban county. The most common type of land for sale in Cache County recently was farms, while Wellsville featured the most land for sale. Recent internal data places the average per-acre value of land for sale in Cache County at $9,300, with an average list price of $936,042 for land and farms for sale in Cache County. Of the 29 counties in Utah, Cache County ranks sixth in terms of its population (120,783, according to Census data from 2015). Manufacturing and related services provide the main economic inputs to Cache County. In terms of size, Cache County is Utah's 22nd biggest county (1,173 square miles, which equals one percent of the state). Farming activities in Cache County generate annual revenues of $143 million, 26 percent of which is from livestock products and 74 percent from crop harvests. The main agricultural staple here is crop farming (classified by the U.S. Census Bureau to include crops such as wheat, corn, hay and cotton).

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