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Texas Vegetable Farm Information
Interested in vegetable farms for sale in Texas? Texas is among the five U.S. states with the most vegetable farms for sale by overall acreage. There was roughly 2,350 acres of vegetable farms for sale in Texas based on recent Land And Farm data. With an average price of $1.0 million, the combined market value of vegetable farms for sale in Texas was $18 million. Farms and other agricultural land for sale in Texas feature livestock including cattle, horses, goats, sheep and pigs. Current land applications for farms for sale in Texas include for livestock, timber, row crop, aquaculture, vineyard, orchard and poultry use. The Lone Star State has over 200 public hunting areas, which include wildlife management areas, state parks, and U.S. Forest Service lands. The state is also home to 191,000 miles of rivers and streams, along with numerous lakes and reservoirs, and Gulf of Mexico coastline. Browse all Texas farms, ranches and other rural real estate for sale on Land And Farm to find the farm, cattle operation, hobby farm or other farm property that's right for your future business or lifestyle needs. The Texas farm economy is largely driven by its vast livestock interests, which include cattle farming, breeding, and various feed crops. Cotton is also a large state crop, accounting for almost a third of all cotton grown in the United States.


Texas Vegetable Farm Information
Interested in vegetable farms for sale in Texas? Texas is among the five U.S. states with the most vegetable farms for sale by overall acreage. There was roughly 2,350 acres of vegetable farms for sale in Texas based on recent Land And Farm data. With an average price of $1.0 million, the combined market value of vegetable farms for sale in Texas was $18 million. Farms and other agricultural land for sale in Texas feature livestock including cattle, horses, goats, sheep and pigs. Current land applications for farms for sale in Texas include for livestock, timber, row crop, aquaculture, vineyard, orchard and poultry use. The Lone Star State has over 200 public hunting areas, which include wildlife management areas, state parks, and U.S. Forest Service lands. The state is also home to 191,000 miles of rivers and streams, along with numerous lakes and reservoirs, and Gulf of Mexico coastline. Browse all Texas farms, ranches and other rural real estate for sale on Land And Farm to find the farm, cattle operation, hobby farm or other farm property that's right for your future business or lifestyle needs. The Texas farm economy is largely driven by its vast livestock interests, which include cattle farming, breeding, and various feed crops. Cotton is also a large state crop, accounting for almost a third of all cotton grown in the United States.