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Are you searching for ranches, farms, hunting land and other rural land and acreage for sale in Hawaii? To find more land for sale in Hawaii, sign up for the Land And Farm Hawaii land-for-sale email alerts to be notified when new listings matching your search criteria come onto the market in Hawaii! You can also search Land And Farm to find real estate agents in Hawaii who specialize in selling land, rural acreage and other recreational property in regions throughout the Pineapple State. Although not the country's largest, Hawaii produces some seven percent of the sugarcane harvested in the U.S. It also accounts for all of the coffee, papayas and macadamia nuts commercially grown in the country. Hawaii ranks among the country's smallest states in terms of size, covering an area of 10,932 square miles (7 million acres). Of this area, 6,423 square miles (58.8 percent) is land, while the remaining 4,509 square miles (41.2 percent) is covered by water (defined as inland lakes, Great Lakes water, coastal waters or territorial waters). Land And Farm research shows that 81 percent of land in Hawaii is privately owned. According to U.S. Census Bureau data, Hawaii had 7,000 farms totaling 1 million acres, placing the state at number 44 in the country in terms of the number of farms in the state; the state ranks 43rd given the size of its farming acreage (Hawaii ranks 41st when factoring total agriculture acreage as a proportion of the entire state).

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Hawaii Land Information

Are you searching for ranches, farms, hunting land and other rural land and acreage for sale in Hawaii? To find more land for sale in Hawaii, sign up for the Land And Farm Hawaii land-for-sale email alerts to be notified when new listings matching your search criteria come onto the market in Hawaii! You can also search Land And Farm to find real estate agents in Hawaii who specialize in selling land, rural acreage and other recreational property in regions throughout the Pineapple State. Although not the country's largest, Hawaii produces some seven percent of the sugarcane harvested in the U.S. It also accounts for all of the coffee, papayas and macadamia nuts commercially grown in the country. Hawaii ranks among the country's smallest states in terms of size, covering an area of 10,932 square miles (7 million acres). Of this area, 6,423 square miles (58.8 percent) is land, while the remaining 4,509 square miles (41.2 percent) is covered by water (defined as inland lakes, Great Lakes water, coastal waters or territorial waters). Land And Farm research shows that 81 percent of land in Hawaii is privately owned. According to U.S. Census Bureau data, Hawaii had 7,000 farms totaling 1 million acres, placing the state at number 44 in the country in terms of the number of farms in the state; the state ranks 43rd given the size of its farming acreage (Hawaii ranks 41st when factoring total agriculture acreage as a proportion of the entire state).