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HORSE CREEK RANCH

Howe , ID   - $1,280,000 - 286 acres

Listed By: Scott Larsen

Idaho Land Info

Internal data records $918 million in land and rural real estate for sale for sale in the Gem State. This represents a total of 229,748 acres of land for sale in the state. The most expensive piece of land listed for sale on Land And Farm recently was $62 million, while the median price for land and rural property for sale in Idaho came in at $642,981. The average price of farms, ranches and other land for sale in Idaho was $1 million. As befits a state with excellent hunting for big and small game like deer, waterfowl and wild turkey, hunting land was the most common type of land for sale in Idaho. The state has also been ranked among the ten best states for retirees by the financial publication, Kiplinger. According to 2012 U.S. Census data, 24,816 farms were located in the state, covering a total of 12 million acres (equivalent to 22 percent of land in the state). Approximately 56 percent of Idaho's yearly farm income is from livestock products (classified as cattle, poultry, sheep and pigs). The rest comes from crops. In terms of its size, Idaho is the country's 14th-largest state, covering 83,574 square miles (53 million acres). Its popular nickname aside, the Potato State's top three agricultural exports are dairy products, and cattle and -- yes -- potatoes. Idaho also accounts for half of all commercially-farmed trout in the United States.

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Idaho Land Info

Internal data records $918 million in land and rural real estate for sale for sale in the Gem State. This represents a total of 229,748 acres of land for sale in the state. The most expensive piece of land listed for sale on Land And Farm recently was $62 million, while the median price for land and rural property for sale in Idaho came in at $642,981. The average price of farms, ranches and other land for sale in Idaho was $1 million. As befits a state with excellent hunting for big and small game like deer, waterfowl and wild turkey, hunting land was the most common type of land for sale in Idaho. The state has also been ranked among the ten best states for retirees by the financial publication, Kiplinger. According to 2012 U.S. Census data, 24,816 farms were located in the state, covering a total of 12 million acres (equivalent to 22 percent of land in the state). Approximately 56 percent of Idaho's yearly farm income is from livestock products (classified as cattle, poultry, sheep and pigs). The rest comes from crops. In terms of its size, Idaho is the country's 14th-largest state, covering 83,574 square miles (53 million acres). Its popular nickname aside, the Potato State's top three agricultural exports are dairy products, and cattle and -- yes -- potatoes. Idaho also accounts for half of all commercially-farmed trout in the United States.