Solano County CA Land for Sale - Page 1 of 8

California Land Information
The Solano County town of Dixon was established during California's mid-19th-century Gold Rush and later became home to a number of large dairy farms supplying milk and other dairy products to nearby San Francisco during the 1900s. In order to feed the valley's large dairy herds, fields in Solano and adjacent Yolo counties were put to use growing alfalfa and other cattle feed. Today, agriculture continues to drive a significant percentage of Solano County's economy, with major crops including walnuts, alfalfa and hay, cattle, and nursery products. Unsurprisingly given the county's location close to Napa and Sonoma, wine grapes are also becoming increasingly important to the local economy, as are connected businesses in wine production, storage and distribution. The overall value of land and other rural acreage for sale in California's Solano County recently on Land And Farm was $76 million. This represents 3,109 acres of land for sale in Solano County. Recent Land And Farm data reveals the average price ($838,576) of land and other rural acreage for sale in Solano County was 32 percent less than the state average for all land and property listed for sale in California on Land And Farm. The Solano County town of Dixon was established during California's mid-19th-century Gold Rush and later became home to a number of large dairy farms supplying milk and other dairy products to nearby San Francisco during the 1900s. In order to feed the valley's large dairy herds, fields in Solano and adjacent Yolo counties were put to use growing alfalfa and other cattle feed. Today, agriculture continues to drive a significant percentage of Solano County's economy, with major crops including walnuts, alfalfa and hay, cattle, and nursery products. Unsurprisingly given the county's location close to Napa and Sonoma, wine grapes are also becoming increasingly important to the local economy, as are connected businesses in wine production, storage and distribution. Solano County is the 46th largest county (822 square miles) in the Land of Milk and Honey. Solano County is located in North California. Land for sale in Solano County represents less than one percent of land for sale on Land And Farm in the El Dorado State based on total acreage. With land here being home to species like whitetail deer and wild turkey, not surprisingly hunting land is the most common type of land for sale in Solano County. Farms in the area are principally focused on livestock production (classified by the USDA to include cattle, poultry and hog farming).


California Land Information
The Solano County town of Dixon was established during California's mid-19th-century Gold Rush and later became home to a number of large dairy farms supplying milk and other dairy products to nearby San Francisco during the 1900s. In order to feed the valley's large dairy herds, fields in Solano and adjacent Yolo counties were put to use growing alfalfa and other cattle feed. Today, agriculture continues to drive a significant percentage of Solano County's economy, with major crops including walnuts, alfalfa and hay, cattle, and nursery products. Unsurprisingly given the county's location close to Napa and Sonoma, wine grapes are also becoming increasingly important to the local economy, as are connected businesses in wine production, storage and distribution. The overall value of land and other rural acreage for sale in California's Solano County recently on Land And Farm was $76 million. This represents 3,109 acres of land for sale in Solano County. Recent Land And Farm data reveals the average price ($838,576) of land and other rural acreage for sale in Solano County was 32 percent less than the state average for all land and property listed for sale in California on Land And Farm. The Solano County town of Dixon was established during California's mid-19th-century Gold Rush and later became home to a number of large dairy farms supplying milk and other dairy products to nearby San Francisco during the 1900s. In order to feed the valley's large dairy herds, fields in Solano and adjacent Yolo counties were put to use growing alfalfa and other cattle feed. Today, agriculture continues to drive a significant percentage of Solano County's economy, with major crops including walnuts, alfalfa and hay, cattle, and nursery products. Unsurprisingly given the county's location close to Napa and Sonoma, wine grapes are also becoming increasingly important to the local economy, as are connected businesses in wine production, storage and distribution. Solano County is the 46th largest county (822 square miles) in the Land of Milk and Honey. Solano County is located in North California. Land for sale in Solano County represents less than one percent of land for sale on Land And Farm in the El Dorado State based on total acreage. With land here being home to species like whitetail deer and wild turkey, not surprisingly hunting land is the most common type of land for sale in Solano County. Farms in the area are principally focused on livestock production (classified by the USDA to include cattle, poultry and hog farming).