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Organic Farm Land Information

Popularity with organic-certified food has sparked a growth of smaller organic farms, producing everything from lettuce and apples to eggs and meat. Although a tiny percentage of the overall farm acreage throughout the United States, increased market demand has a direct effect on the number of farms producing organic produce. Statistics from a 2017 survey conducted by the Swiss-based Research Institute of Organic Agriculture (FiBL) showed there were 2.3 million certified organic farmers worldwide, although these were mostly concentrated in countries in Oceania, Europe and Latin America. The U.S. share of organically managed agricultural land was about 7.5 million acres, or less than 1 percent of overall U.S. farmland.

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77 acres of Farm / Organic Farm / Undeveloped Land for sale. North Lowell Park Road, Dixon, IL - Listing
$766,150
77 acres
North Lowell Park Road
Dixon, IL 61021
(Ogle County, IL)
LandGuys, LLC
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347 acres of Organic Farm / Vineyard / Recreational Land for sale. 14110 Ridge Road, Sutter Creek, CA - Listing
$2,500,000
347 acres
14110 Ridge Road
Sutter Creek, CA 95685
(Amador County, CA)
Red Hawk Realty
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Organic Farm Land Information

Popularity with organic-certified food has sparked a growth of smaller organic farms, producing everything from lettuce and apples to eggs and meat. Although a tiny percentage of the overall farm acreage throughout the United States, increased market demand has a direct effect on the number of farms producing organic produce. Statistics from a 2017 survey conducted by the Swiss-based Research Institute of Organic Agriculture (FiBL) showed there were 2.3 million certified organic farmers worldwide, although these were mostly concentrated in countries in Oceania, Europe and Latin America. The U.S. share of organically managed agricultural land was about 7.5 million acres, or less than 1 percent of overall U.S. farmland.