Menard County, Texas Land Information
With climate and terrain conducive to agriculture, 80 percent of Menard County comprises ranching and farming land. The local economy here is heavily focused on beef cattle, hay, goats, grain, sheep and pecans. According to one report, some farms in the area are testing the viability of truffles as another revenue-generating crop. The small Hill Country region is also home to a number of historic missions and military structures, as well as a stretch of the San Saba River, popular for panfish and bass fishing. Itâ€™s reported that 400,000 acres here are available to hunters, including a number of excellent private game ranches. Land for sale in Menard County, Texas, recently totaled nearly $55 million and more than 21,000 acres. Menard County is Texas's 139th biggest county (902 square miles). Menard County's economy is defined as agricultural, with 325 farms recorded in this Texas county during the last U.S. Census. Farm businesses in Menard County generate annual revenues of $2 million, the majority of which comes from livestock products. Most farming activity in Menard County is focused on crop production. The county is considered popular among retirees. To find more Texas land and rural properties
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