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Lawrence County, Tennessee Horse Farm Information
Browse all Lawrence County horse farms and property for sale on Land And Farm to find the equestrian property that's right for your future needs, whether you're a horse breeder, equestrian business or simply horse lover looking for stable facilities, grooming pens or grazing pasture for your own horses. Recent listings in Lawrence County, Tennessee, of horse farms for sale totaled 58 acres and a combined market value of $425,000. The most common type of land for sale by combined acreage in Lawrence County is residential land. The price of horse farms for sale in Lawrence County is 42 percent less than the average for horse farms for sale elsewhere in the state. The most common type of land for sale by combined acreage in Lawrence County is residential land. The Census Bureau records 235,763 acres of farmland on 1,559 farms in Tennessee's Lawrence County. Lawrence County's farm economy is worth an estimated $5.3 million each year. Lawrence County is one of the ten biggest counties in Tennessee. This area is a mostly rural region with highlights including 1,100-acre David Crockett State Park. Lawrence County is centered around the county seat of Lawrenceburg, once home to one of the largest bicycle manufacturers in the world, the since-bankrupt Murray Ohio Manufacturing Company. North of Lawrenceburg, Etheridge is the site of a long-standing Amish community.


Lawrence County, Tennessee Horse Farm Information
Browse all Lawrence County horse farms and property for sale on Land And Farm to find the equestrian property that's right for your future needs, whether you're a horse breeder, equestrian business or simply horse lover looking for stable facilities, grooming pens or grazing pasture for your own horses. Recent listings in Lawrence County, Tennessee, of horse farms for sale totaled 58 acres and a combined market value of $425,000. The most common type of land for sale by combined acreage in Lawrence County is residential land. The price of horse farms for sale in Lawrence County is 42 percent less than the average for horse farms for sale elsewhere in the state. The most common type of land for sale by combined acreage in Lawrence County is residential land. The Census Bureau records 235,763 acres of farmland on 1,559 farms in Tennessee's Lawrence County. Lawrence County's farm economy is worth an estimated $5.3 million each year. Lawrence County is one of the ten biggest counties in Tennessee. This area is a mostly rural region with highlights including 1,100-acre David Crockett State Park. Lawrence County is centered around the county seat of Lawrenceburg, once home to one of the largest bicycle manufacturers in the world, the since-bankrupt Murray Ohio Manufacturing Company. North of Lawrenceburg, Etheridge is the site of a long-standing Amish community.