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Vermont Land Info

Land And Farm recently had $148 million in land and rural real estate for sale for sale in Vermont. This represents a total of 22,921 acres of land for sale in Vermont. The most expensive piece of land listed for sale on Land And Farm recently was $7 million, while the median price for land and ranches for sale in Vermont was $246,907. The average price of land, homesites and other rural acreage for sale in Vermont was $385,961. With numerous opportunities to hunt species including deer, boar and wild turkey, hunting land was the most common type of land for sale in Vermont. According to official Census Bureau stats, there was 7,338 farms located in Vermont, covering a total of 1 million acres (20 percent of the state's total land area). Approximately 77 percent of Vermont's yearly revenue from farming derives from livestock products (including poultry, beef and dairy cattle, sheep or hogs and pigs). The remainder comes from crops. Vermont is one of the country's smallest states in terms of size, covering 9,615 square miles (6 million acres). Vermont is predominantly a livestock-based farm economy. Although small relative to total state revenues and maple-related products account for nearly 40 percent of the national total.

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Vermont Land Info

Land And Farm recently had $148 million in land and rural real estate for sale for sale in Vermont. This represents a total of 22,921 acres of land for sale in Vermont. The most expensive piece of land listed for sale on Land And Farm recently was $7 million, while the median price for land and ranches for sale in Vermont was $246,907. The average price of land, homesites and other rural acreage for sale in Vermont was $385,961. With numerous opportunities to hunt species including deer, boar and wild turkey, hunting land was the most common type of land for sale in Vermont. According to official Census Bureau stats, there was 7,338 farms located in Vermont, covering a total of 1 million acres (20 percent of the state's total land area). Approximately 77 percent of Vermont's yearly revenue from farming derives from livestock products (including poultry, beef and dairy cattle, sheep or hogs and pigs). The remainder comes from crops. Vermont is one of the country's smallest states in terms of size, covering 9,615 square miles (6 million acres). Vermont is predominantly a livestock-based farm economy. Although small relative to total state revenues and maple-related products account for nearly 40 percent of the national total.