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Montana Land Info

Land And Farm recently had $2 billion in farms, ranches and other land for sale for sale in Montana. This represents some 1,230,223 acres of land for sale in Montana (accounting for roughly one percent of land in the state). The most expensive piece of land listed for sale on Land And Farm recently was $25 million, though the median price for land and other rural acreage for sale in Montana came in at $1 million. The average price of land and ranches for sale in Montana was $2 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 Montana. Based on data from the 2012 U.S. Census, 28,008 farms were located in Montana, covering a total of 60 million acres (64 percent of the state's total land area). Some 47 percent of Montana's yearly farm income comes from livestock products (including poultry, beef and dairy cattle, sheep or hogs and pigs). The rest comes from crops. Montana is the fourth-biggest state in the United States, covering an area of 147,046 square miles (94 million acres). Montana's main crops are wheat, hay and barley, a large proportion of which goes to supporting its extensive cattle-farming economy. Given its high-elevation climate, the state accounts for the majority of the dry peas, and lentils and mustard seed farmed in the United States.

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Montana Land Info

Land And Farm recently had $2 billion in farms, ranches and other land for sale for sale in Montana. This represents some 1,230,223 acres of land for sale in Montana (accounting for roughly one percent of land in the state). The most expensive piece of land listed for sale on Land And Farm recently was $25 million, though the median price for land and other rural acreage for sale in Montana came in at $1 million. The average price of land and ranches for sale in Montana was $2 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 Montana. Based on data from the 2012 U.S. Census, 28,008 farms were located in Montana, covering a total of 60 million acres (64 percent of the state's total land area). Some 47 percent of Montana's yearly farm income comes from livestock products (including poultry, beef and dairy cattle, sheep or hogs and pigs). The rest comes from crops. Montana is the fourth-biggest state in the United States, covering an area of 147,046 square miles (94 million acres). Montana's main crops are wheat, hay and barley, a large proportion of which goes to supporting its extensive cattle-farming economy. Given its high-elevation climate, the state accounts for the majority of the dry peas, and lentils and mustard seed farmed in the United States.