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This property is a great investment opportunity with a side of recreation. The farm consists of mostly Sawmill Silty Clay Loam. It averages a 129.3 soil PI across its tillable acreage. There is a well maintained waterway through the field as well as some field tile. Brushy Fork Creek runs through the east side of the pr...

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OUTDOORSMAN'S DREAM COME TRUE! 65 Acres that is extremely unique, very scenic and private. Prime hunting along with a 12 Acre Lake that is awesome for fishing. Rolling land, sloping hillsides and spectacular views. Majority all wooded along with 5 acres of pasture. A beautiful property for private home or multiple home site...

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53 Acres-That has been farm ground. Currently in crops with good income. Rolling pasture that could be recreational or perfect home site. Great foranimals. Acreage has frontage on two county roads. Secluded and awesome country setting. Agent Remarks: New legal will be provided prior to closing. Tax Parcel contains more acr...

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Looking for a place to hunt or a place for your horses, cows, sheep, or other farm animals, this is the place for you! 22 acres of land with fenced and cross fenced pasture, woods, pond, barn w/tack room, 5 stalls and a well. A manufactured home is on the property with a wood fireplace but is in need of many repairs. Home i...

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BYRON LAND OPPORTUNITY - 23.599 ACRE PARCEL ON OAK GROVE ROAD. Partially wooded acreage with new blacktop entry drive being added. Creek running along the east line of property. Great potential....

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Here is your chance to own 19 acres of rural property that includes a pond, timber, shed, tillable acreage, prairie grass, and wildlife! First time being offered, this home has over 3,300 square feet of living space between the main and upper levels. Unique in its own style, the exterior is a blend of brick, stone and tri...

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This is a small rental house conveniently located in Mt Vernon. This home is being sold on an “as-is” basis and does need some work...

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Great mix of timber for hunting and income-generating tillable acres make this farm dual purpose, in both recreation and investment. This secluded farm has plenty of deer and also 24 acres +/- tillable bringing in an average of $3,000/yr the last two years. Located on a dead-end road in an area known for big bucks and lots ...

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This property is nestled in the woods just outside of Oregon. The private driveway takes you to the rear of the property through the woods where you find the home, two barns, and a pond. This restored stone home has tons of old character but also updated amenities in its 2900+ sq ft, 3 bedrooms and 2.5 bathrooms. The limest...

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20 acre farm being sold, includes 17.4 tillable acres (approximate). There is also a 2-story farm house with approximately 1962 square feet of living area: 3-4 bedrooms, 1 bath, kitchen & dining area, living room, and den. The house needs some work and is being sold as is....

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This is by far one of the most unique properties in all of Mason County. There are so many amazing features with this gorgeous house on 48 acres; that I don’t even know where to start! The property sits on one of the highest points of elevation in all of Mason County and it comprises of a 2,854 square foot home, a 2...

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Breathtaking views, breathtaking surroundings. The historic Village of Elkhart would be a great place to build your dream home. If you enjoy watching nature at its finest while being minutes away from springfield, Peoria, Bloomington or Decatur, then look no further. Come walk the property and look around; you will be SO...

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40 Acre Tract that has been currently used as pasture for cattle. Great for home site with frontage on two roads and a pond. Excellent for livestock farm or hayland. Peace and tranquility make up the most of these cleared acres. Lovely views and endless possibilities. Call for more information. Zoning:Agricultural and Resi...

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7302 Trey Road is like a dream come true. We hope you can enjoy a fully renovated Kitchen and bathrooms!!!! Thats not all!!! This charming home has a list of upgrades that are out of this world. Here are some of them, Brazilian Cherry hardwood floors (whole 1st story), all new SS Kitchen-Aid appliances, solid wood cabin...

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Imagine owning your very own all-season nature's retreat - a peaceful sanctuary - bring out nature in you and your family - walk - hike - observe wild-life including birds, deer, rabbits, and other small animals - by choice you can become a small game adventurist - own all 11 acres of rich trees, shrubs, and pathways - the ...

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Wow, check out this 1918 farm house on the edge of Lexington and Chenoa! Freshly updated and ready for its new owner, this one-of-a-kind home has belonged to the same family for over 60 years. The inside boasts a large, main floor family room; a beautifully styled formal dining room; and a spacious kitchen / eat-in dining a...

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Move-in ready 2BR/1BA charming home in Atwood. Spacious eat-in kitchen with lots of storage. Sitting on two city lots, this property has nice trees and an inviting back yard. Side deck with sliding patio doors offers a place to relax, cook out and entertain. Freshly painted and newly carpeted, it's just waiting on your indi...

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Illinois, known as "The Land of Lincoln" and "The Prairie State" offers the world-class city of Chicago where a quarter of Illinoisans live. Its many ethnic neighborhoods make it possible to experience a world tour of sights, sounds, and tastes from Greektown to Chinatown. Major sports teams such as the Bears, the Bulls, and the Blackhawks call Chicago home. If you order a hot dog when you're out to a ballgame, remember that a Chicago hotdog has condiments but NEVER catsup.

Industry of Illinois

The top industries in Illinois are business services including the headquarters of international exchanges and companies. Its long industrial heritage has evolved into advanced, technology-driven enterprises such as Boeing, Caterpillar, and John Deere. Education is also big business in Illinois with two Top 25 engineering schools, the University of Illinois and Northwestern University, and other highly-rated colleges and universities including the University of Chicago, Loyola, and DePaul. Illinois is an innovator in clean energy with two major federal laboratories, Fermi and Argonne, and the state is the largest refiner of petroleum in the Midwest. Wind farms are a growth industry. The state's economic output in biotechnology is close to $100 billion thanks to life science companies such as Abbott Laboratories Baxter Healthcare and Astellas.

Agriculture in Illinois

Illinois is an agricultural state with 75,000 farms covering more than 75 percent of the state's total land area. These farms produce soybeans, corn, hogs, cattle, and dairy products. It is also a leader in biofuels. The state's agricultural output is more than $20 billion annually. Corn is 40 percent of the total, making it a great place to find farms and land for sale in Illinois.

While the average plot size in the Chicagoland area is one-fifth of an acre, farmlands range from 50 to nearly 85 acres. In recent years, good productivity farmland has yielded between 170 and 190 bushels per acre. Cash rents on professionally managed farms have decreased slightly and are now holding steady. The main crops are corn and soybeans.

The majority of the state is suburbs, cornfields, rolling plains, friendly small towns, and land for sale in Illinois. Springfield, the state capital, is located in the middle of the state and has a large population of government workers. It has excellent medical centers and the friendly ambiance of a mid-size town. The Abe Lincoln home, restored neighborhood, and museum set the tone for Springfield's steadfast residents. Various small towns throughout the state offer friendly, tight knit communities. These towns have the benefits of little traffic and shady tree-lined streets. Forests, grasslands, and parks are often a walk or bike ride away. Most are close to train stations that make a day trip or weekend to Chicago easy.

Illinois's 580 miles of Mississippi riverfront and 273 miles of Illinois River appeal to water-loving families. The little towns along the rivers have historic attractions and newer activities such as wine tasting and riverboat casinos. Its state parks, scattered across the state, offer opportunities to enjoy the natural beauty of Illinois. Starved Rock State Park is a favorite, just three hours from Chicago with lush waterfalls, miles of hiking trails, rock bluffs, riverboat tours, and an abundance of birds and other wildlife. There is a large abundance of IL hunting land.

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