Catron County, New Mexico Land Information
Catron County is home to only 3,400 residents yet spans over 6,929 square miles. Resting along the Arizona border, the expansive county features both the Gila and Cibola National Forests. Both of these expansive forests feature meadows, campgrounds, deep woods, climbing opportunities, and hiking trails. There was about $90 million of land
and rural real estate for sale in Catron County, New Mexico, recently on Land And Farm. The size of all Catron County land for sale
was approximately 83,200 acres. Catron County is ranked sixth in New Mexico given its combined acres of land for sale
. Catron County is the largest county in New Mexico (6,924 square miles). Catron County is located in Southwest New Mexico. Catron County's economy is defined as agricultural, with 351 farms recorded in this New Mexico county during the last U.S. Census. Farm businesses in Catron County generate annual revenues of $686,000, most of which comes from livestock products. Most farming activity in Catron County is focused on crop production. To find more land, farms and other rural property for sale in New Mexico
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