(Off-Market) Johnson County TX Poultry Farm Previously for Sale

Johnson County, Texas Poultry Farm Information
Browse all poultry farms for sale in Johnson County on Land And Farm to find your next land purchase. Recent listings in Texas's Johnson County of poultry farms for sale totaled six acres and a combined market value of $215,000. The most common type of land for sale by combined acreage in Johnson County is residential land. The price of poultry farms for sale in Johnson County The most common type of land for sale by combined acreage in Johnson County is residential land. The Census Bureau records 428,958 acres of farmland on 3,023 farms in the county. 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 (725 square miles). Covering 734 square miles over the Lone Star State, Johnson County is home to over 150,000 residents. Graced with remnants of its humble beginnings, the county’s first settler was a man named Henry Briden whose cabin still stands today along Highway 174 in Rio Vista. Offering higher education institutions like Southwest Adventist University and Hill College, Johnson is no boring place to live. Though life here is quiet, the county offers exciting amenities for those who love the outdoors, like Cleburne State Park. For those who want a little adventure, Pirates Cove is the perfect place to beat the summer heat and let the whole family enjoy the thrill of a waterpark.


Johnson County, Texas Poultry Farm Information
Browse all poultry farms for sale in Johnson County on Land And Farm to find your next land purchase. Recent listings in Texas's Johnson County of poultry farms for sale totaled six acres and a combined market value of $215,000. The most common type of land for sale by combined acreage in Johnson County is residential land. The price of poultry farms for sale in Johnson County The most common type of land for sale by combined acreage in Johnson County is residential land. The Census Bureau records 428,958 acres of farmland on 3,023 farms in the county. 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 (725 square miles). Covering 734 square miles over the Lone Star State, Johnson County is home to over 150,000 residents. Graced with remnants of its humble beginnings, the county’s first settler was a man named Henry Briden whose cabin still stands today along Highway 174 in Rio Vista. Offering higher education institutions like Southwest Adventist University and Hill College, Johnson is no boring place to live. Though life here is quiet, the county offers exciting amenities for those who love the outdoors, like Cleburne State Park. For those who want a little adventure, Pirates Cove is the perfect place to beat the summer heat and let the whole family enjoy the thrill of a waterpark.