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Arkansas Poultry Farm Information
Looking to buy a poultry farms in Arkansas? Arkansas is among the five U.S. states with the most poultry farms for sale by overall acreage. A recent survey of Land And Farm data showed nearly 1,000 acres of poultry farms for sale in Arkansas, which was valued at a combined $20 million. The average price of poultry farms for sale in Arkansas was $927,500. Farms and other agricultural land for sale in Arkansas hold livestock including cattle, horses, sheep, goats and swine. Current land applications for farms for sale in Arkansas include for timber, livestock, irrigation, orchard, crp, row crop and vineyard use. Living up to its nickname as the Natural State, Arkansas is a playground for outdoor enthusiasts of all stripes, from hunters looking to bag wild turkey and deer to birders hoping to spot some (or all) of the state's 400 species of birds—including the endangered Red-cockaded woodpecker. Other popular activities here include kayaking, rafting, fishing, and mountain biking. Browse all Arkansas 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. Although not the state's largest farm export, Arkansas produces 40 percent of the country's rice crop. It is also a major producer of commercially farmed chickens and turkeys.


Arkansas Poultry Farm Information
Looking to buy a poultry farms in Arkansas? Arkansas is among the five U.S. states with the most poultry farms for sale by overall acreage. A recent survey of Land And Farm data showed nearly 1,000 acres of poultry farms for sale in Arkansas, which was valued at a combined $20 million. The average price of poultry farms for sale in Arkansas was $927,500. Farms and other agricultural land for sale in Arkansas hold livestock including cattle, horses, sheep, goats and swine. Current land applications for farms for sale in Arkansas include for timber, livestock, irrigation, orchard, crp, row crop and vineyard use. Living up to its nickname as the Natural State, Arkansas is a playground for outdoor enthusiasts of all stripes, from hunters looking to bag wild turkey and deer to birders hoping to spot some (or all) of the state's 400 species of birds—including the endangered Red-cockaded woodpecker. Other popular activities here include kayaking, rafting, fishing, and mountain biking. Browse all Arkansas 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. Although not the state's largest farm export, Arkansas produces 40 percent of the country's rice crop. It is also a major producer of commercially farmed chickens and turkeys.