Colorado Organic Farm for Sale

Organic Farm Land Information
Browse Land and Farm for land and ranches for sale in Colorado, including organic farms currently listed for sale in Colorado. Recent listings in Colorado of organic farmland for sale totaled 314 acres of and a combined market value of $3 million. The average price of organic farmland for sale in Colorado was $271,440. Colorado is home to some 23 million acres of public land, where lovers of the outdoor life can enjoy everything from hiking and backpacking to mountain biking and skiing. The state boasts 6,000 miles of streams and more than 2,000 lakes and reservoirs where anglers can cast for 35 species of both warm- and cold-water fish. Big-game hunting species in the state include deer, moose, pronghorn antelope and black bear. Browse all for sale on Land And Farm to find the property that's right for your land-buying needs. Along with cattle, Colorado's chief crops are corn, wheat and hay. The most recent official statistics from the Bureau of Economic Analysis don't yet account for Colorado's marijuana crop.



Organic Farm Land Information
Browse Land and Farm for land and ranches for sale in Colorado, including organic farms currently listed for sale in Colorado. Recent listings in Colorado of organic farmland for sale totaled 314 acres of and a combined market value of $3 million. The average price of organic farmland for sale in Colorado was $271,440. Colorado is home to some 23 million acres of public land, where lovers of the outdoor life can enjoy everything from hiking and backpacking to mountain biking and skiing. The state boasts 6,000 miles of streams and more than 2,000 lakes and reservoirs where anglers can cast for 35 species of both warm- and cold-water fish. Big-game hunting species in the state include deer, moose, pronghorn antelope and black bear. Browse all for sale on Land And Farm to find the property that's right for your land-buying needs. Along with cattle, Colorado's chief crops are corn, wheat and hay. The most recent official statistics from the Bureau of Economic Analysis don't yet account for Colorado's marijuana crop.