(Off-Market) Childress County TX Farm Previously for Sale - Page 1 of 9

Farm Land Information
A recent survey of Land And Farm data totaled 6,119 acres of farms for sale in Texas's Childress County, which was valued at a combined $8 million. The average size of farms for sale in Childress County was 874 acres, which is much bigger than the average size of farms for sale in other counties in Texas. Farms for sale in Childress County feature livestock including cattle, horses, goats, sheep and pigs. Current land applications for farms for sale in Childress County include for livestock, timber, row crop, orchard, aquaculture or vineyard uses. You can also find more farms and other agricultural acreage for sale throughout Texas on Land And Farm. Childress County's farm economy is worth an estimated $4.5 million each year. Of the 254 counties in Texas, Childress County ranks 216th in terms of size. Childress County is located in the Panhandle Plains region of Texas. The Texas Panhandle gets its name for its proximity to the handle-shaped portion of its neighbor, Oklahoma. It is the state's least populated region.


Farm Land Information
A recent survey of Land And Farm data totaled 6,119 acres of farms for sale in Texas's Childress County, which was valued at a combined $8 million. The average size of farms for sale in Childress County was 874 acres, which is much bigger than the average size of farms for sale in other counties in Texas. Farms for sale in Childress County feature livestock including cattle, horses, goats, sheep and pigs. Current land applications for farms for sale in Childress County include for livestock, timber, row crop, orchard, aquaculture or vineyard uses. You can also find more farms and other agricultural acreage for sale throughout Texas on Land And Farm. Childress County's farm economy is worth an estimated $4.5 million each year. Of the 254 counties in Texas, Childress County ranks 216th in terms of size. Childress County is located in the Panhandle Plains region of Texas. The Texas Panhandle gets its name for its proximity to the handle-shaped portion of its neighbor, Oklahoma. It is the state's least populated region.