Oklahoma Land Information
An area of grassland, gently rolling hills and vast prairies, Southwest Oklahoma is perhaps best characterized by the image of grazing bison and pioneer wagon trains. With a climate that's slightly wetter than adjacent West Texas, Southwest Oklahoma also features a number of distinct geological creases called sky islands that are considered by some to be remnants of the oldest mountain ranges in the world. Based on recent listing data from Land And Farm, the average price ($2.4 million) of land and rural real estate for sale in Harmon County was higher than the Oklahoma state average for all land and property listed for sale. Located in South Oklahoma, Harmon County is the 71st largest county (537 square miles) in the Cowboy Country. Harmon County's economy is defined as agricultural, with 366 farms recorded in this Oklahoma county during the last U.S. Census. Farm businesses in Harmon County generate annual revenues of $5 million, 48 percent of which derives from crops grown in the county. Land for sale in Harmon County represents less than one percent of farms, ranches and other land for sale on Land And Farm in the state based on combined acreage. Given its rural location, farms and agricultural acreage
are the most common types of land for sale in Harmon County. Farms in the area are principally focused on livestock production (classified by the USDA to include cattle, poultry and hog farming).