North Carolina Organic Farm for Sale

Organic Farm Land Information
Browse Land and Farm for land and ranches for sale in North Carolina, including organic farms currently listed for sale here. Recent listings in North Carolina of organic farmland for sale totaled 726 acres of and a combined market value of $9 million. The average price of organic farmland for sale in North Carolina was $1.5 million. North Carolina offers year-round opportunities to fish and hunt, including prime fly-fishing in over 3,000 miles of mountain trout streams in the western third of the state. Throw in Atlantic Ocean deep-sea fishing and some two million acres of game lands open to hunters, anglers and trappers-and you've got one serious outdoor sports-obsessed state. Browse all for sale on Land And Farm to find the property that's right for your land-buying needs. North Carolina's tobacco harvest still reigns supreme (capturing half of all tobacco grown in the United States), although broiler chickens and hogs rank ahead in terms of share of state agricultural receipts. North Carolina also supports half of the nation's sweet-potato crop.



Organic Farm Land Information
Browse Land and Farm for land and ranches for sale in North Carolina, including organic farms currently listed for sale here. Recent listings in North Carolina of organic farmland for sale totaled 726 acres of and a combined market value of $9 million. The average price of organic farmland for sale in North Carolina was $1.5 million. North Carolina offers year-round opportunities to fish and hunt, including prime fly-fishing in over 3,000 miles of mountain trout streams in the western third of the state. Throw in Atlantic Ocean deep-sea fishing and some two million acres of game lands open to hunters, anglers and trappers-and you've got one serious outdoor sports-obsessed state. Browse all for sale on Land And Farm to find the property that's right for your land-buying needs. North Carolina's tobacco harvest still reigns supreme (capturing half of all tobacco grown in the United States), although broiler chickens and hogs rank ahead in terms of share of state agricultural receipts. North Carolina also supports half of the nation's sweet-potato crop.