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

Poultry Farm Information
Browse all poultry farms for sale in Lampasas County on Land And Farm to find your next land purchase. Recent listings in Texas's Lampasas County of poultry farms for sale totaled 20 acres and a combined market value of $135,000. The most common type of land for sale by combined acreage in Lampasas County is residential land. The price of poultry farms for sale in Lampasas County The most common type of land for sale by combined acreage in Lampasas County is residential land. The Census Bureau records 444,755 acres of farmland on 1,017 farms in Texas's Lampasas County. Lampasas County's farm economy is worth an estimated $1.6 million each year. Of the 254 counties in Texas, 456,218-acre Lampasas County ranks 211th by size. Lampasas County is located in the Hill Country region of Texas. The central region of Texas covers the state's three largest cities: Houston, Dallas-Fort Worth and San Antonio. The limestone terrain of Texas Hill Country lies in Central Texas, as do the state's three largest rivers, the Trinity, the Brazos and the Colorado.


Poultry Farm Information
Browse all poultry farms for sale in Lampasas County on Land And Farm to find your next land purchase. Recent listings in Texas's Lampasas County of poultry farms for sale totaled 20 acres and a combined market value of $135,000. The most common type of land for sale by combined acreage in Lampasas County is residential land. The price of poultry farms for sale in Lampasas County The most common type of land for sale by combined acreage in Lampasas County is residential land. The Census Bureau records 444,755 acres of farmland on 1,017 farms in Texas's Lampasas County. Lampasas County's farm economy is worth an estimated $1.6 million each year. Of the 254 counties in Texas, 456,218-acre Lampasas County ranks 211th by size. Lampasas County is located in the Hill Country region of Texas. The central region of Texas covers the state's three largest cities: Houston, Dallas-Fort Worth and San Antonio. The limestone terrain of Texas Hill Country lies in Central Texas, as do the state's three largest rivers, the Trinity, the Brazos and the Colorado.