Texas Land Information
Originally organized as a county in 1837, Milam County stretches across 1,022 square miles and has a population of just 24,000. With plenty of open space, residents get to enjoy the beauty of the Texas land. Milam County is home to cities like Cameron, Milano, and Rockdale. The abundance of land provides space for the many waterways, lakes, and creeks that flow through the county. Some of these include the Brazos River, the San Gabriel River, and Brushy Creek. Milam County has the 12th most land for sale in the state
based on combined acreage. The value of all land and ranches for sale in Texas's Milam County recently was $338 million, representing a combined 44,638 acres of land for sale in Milam County. Based on recent listing data from Land And Farm, the average price ($2.4 million) of land, homesites and other rural acreage for sale in Milam County was greater than the Texas state average for all land and property listed for sale. Milam County is the 68th largest county (1,017 square miles) in the Lone Star State. Agriculture and farming drives the Milam County economy, with 1,909 farms recorded in this Texas locale during the U.S. Census in 2012. Farm businesses in Milam County generate annual revenues of $5 million, 73 percent being from livestock bred in the county. The combined acreage for sale in Milam County comprises about one percent of all land and rural real estate for sale on Land And Farm throughout the Lone Star State. A region that's popular with hunters and outdoor-sports enthusiasts, hunting land is the most common type of land for sale in Milam County
. Milam County farms are focused toward crops like wheat and cotton.