Malheur County, Oregon Land Information
Tucked away in the southeastern corner of Oregon, over 90 percent of Malheur County is rangeland, with the Bureau of Land Management controlling almost three-quarters of this land. With an economy that is dependent on agriculture, and tourism to a lesser degree, the most intensive farming occurs in the northeastern part of the county in what is known regionally as “Treasure Valley” (a nickname given to the fertile area fed by the Snake River and its various tributaries, including the Owyhee River and irrigation through the Owyhee River dam). Malheur County is also known for its distinctive volcanic buttes and the striking high-desert canyons carved by the passage of ancient rivers across the landscape. The combined value of land
and rural real estate for sale in Oregon's Malheur County recently on Land And Farm was about $83 million. This represents approximately 21,900 acres of farms
for sale in Malheur County. Malheur County ranks 12th in the state based on the combined acres of land for sale
. Malheur County is one of the ten biggest counties in Oregon (9,930 square miles). Malheur County is in Oregon's Eastern Oregon region. Agriculturally, farms in the county depend principally on livestock such as cattle and poultry. From an economic perspective, government and state-level services contribute most to Malheur County's overall GDP. To find more Oregon land and rural properties
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