(Off-Market) Johnson County TX Farm Previously for Sale - Page 1 of 112

Farm Land Information
Texas's Johnson County included 5,061 acres of farms for sale based on all listings recorded for sale on Land And Farm. The combined market value of land for sale was $73 million. The average size of farms for sale in Johnson County was 58 acres. Farms for sale in Johnson County sustain livestock including cattle, horses, goats, sheep and pigs. Current land applications for farms for sale in Johnson County include for livestock, timber, row crop, orchard, aquaculture or vineyard uses. You can also see more farms and other agricultural acreage for sale throughout Texas on Land And Farm. Johnson County's farm economy is worth an estimated $4.8 million each year. Of the 254 counties in the Lone Star State, Johnson County ranks 210th in terms of size. Johnson County is located in the Prairies and Lakes region of Texas. Encompassing an area of 734 square miles, Johnson County has a population of over 150,000 residents. The log cabin of Johnson's first settler, Henry Briden, can still be seen along State Highway 174 in Rio Vista. Offering Southwest Adventist University and Hill College, Johnson not only boasts higher education opportunities but also offers great amenities like Cleburne State Park and Pirates Cove.


Farm Land Information
Texas's Johnson County included 5,061 acres of farms for sale based on all listings recorded for sale on Land And Farm. The combined market value of land for sale was $73 million. The average size of farms for sale in Johnson County was 58 acres. Farms for sale in Johnson County sustain livestock including cattle, horses, goats, sheep and pigs. Current land applications for farms for sale in Johnson County include for livestock, timber, row crop, orchard, aquaculture or vineyard uses. You can also see more farms and other agricultural acreage for sale throughout Texas on Land And Farm. Johnson County's farm economy is worth an estimated $4.8 million each year. Of the 254 counties in the Lone Star State, Johnson County ranks 210th in terms of size. Johnson County is located in the Prairies and Lakes region of Texas. Encompassing an area of 734 square miles, Johnson County has a population of over 150,000 residents. The log cabin of Johnson's first settler, Henry Briden, can still be seen along State Highway 174 in Rio Vista. Offering Southwest Adventist University and Hill College, Johnson not only boasts higher education opportunities but also offers great amenities like Cleburne State Park and Pirates Cove.