Williamson County, Tennessee Horse Property Information
This region of Tennessee is celebrated for its down-home Americana culture as well as Civil War history and heritage (the Battle of Franklin in December 1864 was among the war's bloodiest). A section of the 444-mile-long Natchez Trace Parkway skirts through Williamson County to the west of Franklin. There were about 1,340 acres of horse farms
for sale in Tennessee's Williamson County based on recent Land And Farm data. The combined market value of land and ranches for sale was $43 million. The average size of horse farms for sale in Williamson County was 45 acres, which is 26 percent smaller than the average for horse farms for sale elsewhere in Tennessee. Along with excellent pastureland ideal for horse grazing, horse farms for sale in Williamson County are also currently in use for timber, livestock, row crop, vineyard, orchard, irrigation and poultry operations, among other agricultural uses. Other wildlife to be found on Williamson County equestrian property for sale includes turkey, whitetail deer, dove, hog, quail, ducks, bear and geese. You can also see more equestrian property for sale throughout Tennessee
on Land And Farm. Williamson County's farm economy is worth an estimated $5.3 million each year. Of the 95 counties in the Volunteer State, Williamson County ranks 18th in terms of size. Williamson County is in Tennessee's West Central region.To find more land for sale in Tennessee
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