(Off-Market) Hidalgo County TX Vegetable Farm Previously for Sale

Vegetable Farm Information
Texas's Hidalgo County included 20 acres of vegetable farms for sale based on all listings recorded for sale on Land And Farm. The combined market value of land and ranches for sale was $1 million. The average size of vegetable farms for sale in Hidalgo County was 20 acres. Hidalgo County's farm economy is worth an estimated $20.5 million each year. Of the 254 counties in the Lone Star State, Hidalgo County ranks 15th by overall square mileage. Hidalgo County is located in the South Texas Plains region of Texas. Stretching out over 1,583 square miles is Hidalgo County, Texas. Home to over 842,000 residents, the tremendous county is known as the eighth most populous county in the state. Located in the Rio Grande Valley of South Texas, the county offers various state parks and wildlife centers. The expansive county offers both protected centers for wildlife while also providing other areas for hunting. Featuring cities like McAllen, Alamo, and Edinburg, there's never a shortage of amenities to explore.


Vegetable Farm Information
Texas's Hidalgo County included 20 acres of vegetable farms for sale based on all listings recorded for sale on Land And Farm. The combined market value of land and ranches for sale was $1 million. The average size of vegetable farms for sale in Hidalgo County was 20 acres. Hidalgo County's farm economy is worth an estimated $20.5 million each year. Of the 254 counties in the Lone Star State, Hidalgo County ranks 15th by overall square mileage. Hidalgo County is located in the South Texas Plains region of Texas. Stretching out over 1,583 square miles is Hidalgo County, Texas. Home to over 842,000 residents, the tremendous county is known as the eighth most populous county in the state. Located in the Rio Grande Valley of South Texas, the county offers various state parks and wildlife centers. The expansive county offers both protected centers for wildlife while also providing other areas for hunting. Featuring cities like McAllen, Alamo, and Edinburg, there's never a shortage of amenities to explore.