Foard County TX Land for Sale

Texas Land Information
A total of 9,654 acres were listed for sale in Foard County recently, representing a combined value of $12 million in Foard County land and other rural acreage for sale. Based on recent listing values on Land And Farm, the average price ($796,848) of land and rural property for sale in Foard County was 37 percent less than the state average for all land and property listed for sale in Texas on Land And Farm. Foard County is Texas's 214th biggest county (704 square miles). A number of historic cattle ranches dot the county, which includes cattle ranching along with oil and agriculture as its chief economic drivers. Although the productivity of oil fields here has slowed in recent decades, Foard County has produced over 20 million barrels of crude since the first field was drilled in the 1920s. Set to the east of the Panhandle on the drier end of the Texas Plains, Crowell is the county seat. Foard County's economy is defined as agricultural, with 194 farms recorded in this Texas county during the last U.S. Census. Farm businesses in Foard County generate annual revenues of $4 million, 55 percent being from livestock bred in the county. Land for sale in Foard County accounts for less than one percent of land, homesites and other rural acreage for sale on Land And Farm in the state based on combined acreage. Foard County farms are focused toward crops like wheat and cotton.



Texas Land Information
A total of 9,654 acres were listed for sale in Foard County recently, representing a combined value of $12 million in Foard County land and other rural acreage for sale. Based on recent listing values on Land And Farm, the average price ($796,848) of land and rural property for sale in Foard County was 37 percent less than the state average for all land and property listed for sale in Texas on Land And Farm. Foard County is Texas's 214th biggest county (704 square miles). A number of historic cattle ranches dot the county, which includes cattle ranching along with oil and agriculture as its chief economic drivers. Although the productivity of oil fields here has slowed in recent decades, Foard County has produced over 20 million barrels of crude since the first field was drilled in the 1920s. Set to the east of the Panhandle on the drier end of the Texas Plains, Crowell is the county seat. Foard County's economy is defined as agricultural, with 194 farms recorded in this Texas county during the last U.S. Census. Farm businesses in Foard County generate annual revenues of $4 million, 55 percent being from livestock bred in the county. Land for sale in Foard County accounts for less than one percent of land, homesites and other rural acreage for sale on Land And Farm in the state based on combined acreage. Foard County farms are focused toward crops like wheat and cotton.