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5.46 Acres in Sawyer County, Wisconsin

5.46 acres
12140 W Whippoorwill Lane Hayward WI 54843
On over 5 acres near thousands of acres of Sawyer County land and a very short distance to the Birkie Trail sits this immaculate 2 bedroom home with hardwood floors throughout. The wood ceilings in th...
SUSAN ROSS, Ross Realty, Inc.
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248 acres in Washburn County, WI

248.3 acres
W850 Metcalf Road Stone Lake WI 54876
Self sufficient place! Raise your own meat/produce/fruits. Nestled on the Hillside - Great views of the country side. Spacious open concept home. Mature treed property. Hunting/farming - tons of fruit...
Mary Rufledt, Elite Realty Group
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Farm - Exeland, WI

39.12 acres
8506 W Hwy D Exeland WI 54835
Main home or 2nd home - excellent hunting on this heavily wooded /- 40 acre parcel including a food plot & lower stand with plenty of wildlife. Tasteful Alder kitchen cabinets & remodeled bathroom 20...
Mary Rufledt, Elite Realty Group
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Sawyer County, WI Land Info

Sawyer County is a mid-size urban county within what is considered a non-metropolitan part of Wisconsin. The most common type of land for sale in Sawyer County recently was farms, while Ojibwa had the most land listed for sale in Sawyer County. Data from July 2016 places the average per-acre value of land for sale in Sawyer County at $1,353, with an average list price of $141,300 for land and farms for sale in Sawyer County. Of the 72 counties in Wisconsin, Sawyer County ranks 59th in terms of its population (16,376, according to Census data from 2015). Based on its natural assets, tourism and recreation define the economic landscape of Sawyer County. In terms of size, Sawyer County is Wisconsin's eighth biggest county (1,350 square miles, which equals two percent of the state). Farming activities in Sawyer County generate annual revenues of $25 million, 40 percent of which is from livestock products and 60 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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