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Great hunting tract close to Lake Barkley! This tract has a diverse blend of habitat types with a hunter friendly topography! It has a good stand of softwoods, mast producing hardwoods and pines laid over a rolling to slightly steep topography that is loaded with great ambush sites. A large hollow runs through the farm and...

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67 acres with frontage on the Historic Green River. This property features long river frontage with great hunting. This property has been managed with the help of the Nature Conservancy to improve the land and wildlife and to improve the river frontage. The property is located at the end of the road offering tons of privacy...

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32 acres of hunting ground located in Northern Kentucky. This property features nice 10 acres of opening ground for home site with a view over- looking the valley below. Property lays good for a small hunting tract of small horse or cattle farm. Property can be row cropped in open area. Property is a short drive from Cincin...

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This is a great hunting tract located on Lake Barkley! This farm has a diverse blend of habitat types spread over a rolling topography. It has approximately 6+/- acres of open ground for food plots spread throughout the farm. An established trail system provides easy travel throughout the property and is wide enough for a ...

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Outstanding hunting tract with everything you need to grow and hold trophy-class whitetails! If you’re looking for a pure hunting farm that has it all, you just found it. Secluded located on the Licking River this property has the bones you look for in those top tier hunting tracts. The farm has tons of edge and boas...

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If you’re looking for some return on your investment this one is a must-see! Located in the heart of the golden triangle, this tract has plenty of marketable timber for investment, or to simply help with the up-front cost. There is an established trail system throughout the farm which essential for getting around thi...

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Beautiful property with a home, outbuildings and a diverse blend of habitat types! The home has 990 sq. ft. of living space with 1 bedroom, 1 bathroom and an attached garage. The home has a warm welcoming feel with a spacious kitchen and living area and a sunroom. Beside the home are several garages and metal buildings pro...

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This beautiful 128.56 +/- acres of waterfront property located in Trigg County, KY on Lake Barkley is truly one of a kind type property.  Build your next dream home on the famous waters of Western Kentucky in one of Lake Barkley’s popular coves known as Donaldson Creek Bay.  A long private 20 foot blacktop driveway tran...

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This 31 +/- acre mini farm is situated right on the Kentucky/Tennessee Border in Calloway County, KY.  This mini farm is setup for grazing cattle, housing horses, as well as working cattle.  There are a total of 5 barns located on this property.  Multiple barns have several stalls that are in good working condition.  Th...

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This gorgeous property and beautiful brick home is nestled in Marshall County, KY near Jonathon Creek on KY Lake. This 3926 sq. ft. home offers 3 large bedrooms with closets, 3 full bathrooms, a finished out basement with extra rooms, and a 2 door attached garage.  Along with 16+/- acres, there is a park like atmosphere as...

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Recreational tract located in one of the best trophy buck counties in the state. There is a cleared area at the entrance that offers plenty of room for parking or to build a cabin that doesn’t disturb the wildlife. This mostly wooded property offers a mixture of mature, middle-aged, and young timber providing a diver...

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This is a great hunting tract with a diverse blend of habitat types and topography! It has all the key ingredients of a great hunting tract and sits in an area known for big bucks and a strong population of wild turkey! There are approximately 4.13 acres of open ground for food plots spread throughout the farm. The largest...

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Solid all timber hunting tract on Lake Barkley. This is an excellent timber tract in a location that’s loaded with recreational activities. The farm has a good stand of pines, softwoods and mast producing hardwoods. The rolling topography has numerous funnels and pinch points with a large creek and several feeder str...

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Great hunting tract with a diverse blend of habitat types and topography! This farm has all the qualities of a solid big buck producing hunting tract. It has a good stand of softwoods, mast producing hardwoods and pines laid over a very hunter friendly topography. The softwoods and hardwoods line most of the drainages that...

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Great hunting tract with a diverse blend of habitat types and topography! This farm has all the key features needed for a big buck hunting tract. Located close to Lake Barkley, this farm sits in a quiet remote area with gated access. It has an approximately 3-acre open area that is ideal for food plot plantings. There is a...

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Here’s a great property with a home that provides excellent hunting and recreational opportunities, just minutes from the interstate. The home sits back off the road to provide a secluded living experience surrounded by woods. The house has been updated with an open floor plan to provide a cabin type feel. A metal ou...

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This gorgeous farm is located in the Heart of the Bourbon Trail. When I entered this farm for the first time, I unloaded the Ranger and rode past the first pond with the thoughts of “great looking fishing hole”. Beyond the pond I came to a tree stand location. Looked around and quickly understood it’s pla...

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Great hunting tract with dynamic topography and plenty of cover. This farm sits in an area known for big bucks, wild turkeys and has a very hunter friendly topography. The farm’s rolling topography has numerous funnels and pinch points and dynamic terrain features. A large ridge runs along the eastern side with a lar...

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This is a great hunting tract with a diverse blend of habitat types and topography. This farm has everything needed to harvest big bucks and wild turkeys year after year. The farm sits along a large ridge that runs throughout the area. The ridge runs north/south and is a major hub for deer travel. There is a good stand of ...

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Great hunting tract in an area known for consistently producing big bucks year after year! This mostly timber hunting tract has the right blend of habitat types to consistently harvest big bucks. The farm has a good stand of softwoods, mast producing hardwoods and scattered pines. There are approximately 9.68 acres of thic...

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Kentucky's Bluegrass and Horse Farms

Kentucky is known as the Bluegrass State and home to the Kentucky Derby. The rich blue-green grass, originally introduced by Northern Europeans, is high in fiber and calcium, while low in protein making it a good feed for horses. And, Kentuckians love their horses!

Bluegrass, Horses, and Horse Ranches

Lexington is the Horse Capital of the World with about 450 horse farms in the area. It's some 78 miles down the road to Churchill Downs in Louisville, where the Kentucky Derby runs each May. While Kentucky's horse industry is deeply rooted in thoroughbred racing, other horses are bred and raised in the state including Standardbreds and American Saddlebreds.

Kentucky's other Bluegrass is its music which began with people branching out and also settling in Tennessee, the Carolinas, Virginia, and West Virginia. They would write songs about their lives in the country and farming in what was then a remote territory. With the onset of country music, bluegrass stemmed off in its own right when Bill and Charlie Monroe formed their band, "Bill Monroe and the Bluegrass Boys."

Kentucky's Economy & Agriculture

Besides its horses, Kentucky has deep roots in coal mining and agriculture, which continue to play a major role in the state's economy. Feed corn, wheat, tobacco, and soybeans are its primary field crops. A lot of tomatoes are also grown here, but livestock, including those thoroughbred horses, and beef cattle make up more than 65% of the state's agricultural revenues.

Kentucky's manufacturing economy comes from transportation equipment including cars, vehicle parts, and aircraft parts. The state also manufactures cleaning products, some pharmaceuticals, and paints.

Geography

Kentucky is considered a southeastern state which borders seven other states mostly to its the north. It averages an altitude of 750' above sea level with a high point of 4,139' at Black Mountain. The Cumberland, Green, Kentucky, Mississippi, and Ohio rivers all run through the state. It has five different geographical regions including the Bluegrass Region in the north.

The Cumberland Plateau, which is an extension of the Appalachian Plateau from New York to Alabama, is filled with mountains and plateaus. In the Northwest, the Western Coal Field is home to the state's coal mines. The Pennyroyal Region along the southern border consists of rocky ridges to flat lands with occasional rolling hills. And, the Jackson Purchase Region at the southwestern tip of the state is a part of the Great Plains.

Kentucky enjoys a mild, albeit a rather damp climate, with between 40-50 inches of rain per year depending upon the location within the state. Average temperatures range in the mid to high '60s during the day, to the '40s at night.

Kentucky Fun Facts

Kentucky is known for the beginnings of the Kentucky Fried Chicken franchise, catfish, and hush puppies. Other unique foods here include burgoo, derby pie, bourbon balls, and Louisville style chili.

It's also known for moonshine and Bourbon. In fact, 95% of the world's bourbon is made in the state.

Abe Lincoln was born in Kentucky. So were George Clooney, Johnny Depp, and Muhammad Ali.

Fort Knox, south of Louisville, houses more gold than anywhere else in the world.

Recreation

Kentucky has a lot of great waterholes for fishing from its two manmade lakes, Kentucky and Barkley, to its many accessible rivers and streams. Giant catfish are what "I caught the largest fish" tales are made of, along with bass and crappie.

Other outdoor recreation includes horseback riding, as well as boating, swimming, hiking, and caving.

Available Land for Sale

If you are looking to make the Bluegrass State your home, it has a lot to offer. Some 4.5 million residents make it their home. Outside of the larger population centers of Louisville, Lexington, Bowling Green, and Hopkinsville, there's a lot of farm and pasture land. There's also a lot of recreational land with hills and mountains, rivers and streams.

Property values vary by region with lower pricing in the woodland regions progressing higher through pasturelands and farmlands. When looking for homestead property, pastureland, horse farms, or getaway property look no further than LandBroker MLS.

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