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Mississippi Farm Land Information
Are you looking for farmland for sale in Mississippi? Browse Land And Farm for land and ranches for sale in Mississippi, including farms currently listed for sale in Mississippi. Recent Land And Farm data recorded approximately 41,840 acres of farms for sale in Mississippi, which was valued at a combined $132 million. The average price of farms for sale in Mississippi was $496,830. Current land applications for farms for sale in Mississippi include for timber and row crop use. The Magnolia State incorporates over 50 wildlife management areas, in addition to nine national wildlife refuges, where hunters gun for white-tailed deer, waterfowl, wild hogs, and wild turkeys. Generous seasons and bag limits, along with robust conservation efforts, make this a popular hunting destination. Over 100 public lakes, 123,000 stream miles and 255,000 freshwater acres—not to mention, Gulf Coast access—make for some unforgettable fishing experiences, too. Browse all Mississippi farms, ranches and other rural real estate for sale on Land And Farm to find the farm, cattle operation, hobby farm or other farm property that's right for your future business or lifestyle needs. Historically known for its cotton harvest, the products that now account for the state's main agricultural output are broiler chickens, soybeans, and corn. Mississippi also produces over half of the commercially-farmed catfish in the United States.


Mississippi Farm Land Information
Are you looking for farmland for sale in Mississippi? Browse Land And Farm for land and ranches for sale in Mississippi, including farms currently listed for sale in Mississippi. Recent Land And Farm data recorded approximately 41,840 acres of farms for sale in Mississippi, which was valued at a combined $132 million. The average price of farms for sale in Mississippi was $496,830. Current land applications for farms for sale in Mississippi include for timber and row crop use. The Magnolia State incorporates over 50 wildlife management areas, in addition to nine national wildlife refuges, where hunters gun for white-tailed deer, waterfowl, wild hogs, and wild turkeys. Generous seasons and bag limits, along with robust conservation efforts, make this a popular hunting destination. Over 100 public lakes, 123,000 stream miles and 255,000 freshwater acres—not to mention, Gulf Coast access—make for some unforgettable fishing experiences, too. Browse all Mississippi farms, ranches and other rural real estate for sale on Land And Farm to find the farm, cattle operation, hobby farm or other farm property that's right for your future business or lifestyle needs. Historically known for its cotton harvest, the products that now account for the state's main agricultural output are broiler chickens, soybeans, and corn. Mississippi also produces over half of the commercially-farmed catfish in the United States.