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67 Acres, more or less, of pasture right along Hwy. 13, just 2 miles west of Pierce. This property has a carry capacity of 30 pair, well for water, buildings with electricity, and a corral. Nice shelter belt for protection and shade. Owner financing is available....

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This is a handy little piece of drycrop and range.  The range is watered by a Well Agreement with the neighbor to the West.  The trade-off is the neighbor has an easement to cross the drycrop and range to get to his property to the West in return for providing the water for the range itself.  The drycrop land is very pro...

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This combination property has very good access on the eastern boundary and county trail access to the west boundary. There is rural electricity on both ends of the property. 90.61 FSA acres of cropland consists of 66.2% very good Class II Woodly fine sandy loam and 33.8% Class III Altvan, Dailey & Lodgepole loams. The fi...

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Here’s your opportunity to own a highly productive pivot South of Wallace, NE. This property includes a Reinke Pivot with new sprinkler package and a 100 hp electric motor. With gently rolling terrain, this nice quality irrigated quarter is located in Southwest Lincoln County Nebraska. There is a mature windbreak in the N...

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Click here to watch a video of this property. Northeast Perkins County Pivots are 316 acres of center pivot irrigated farmland located on the county line between Perkins and Lincoln counties. There are 260 Certified Irrigated Acres and 53 acres of grass corners. While this property is just inside the border of Perkins Count...

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2 bedroom 1 bathroom ranch style home on two corner lots. Close to downtown and school. Propane furnace and central air conditioning. Private well. Double car attached garage. Updated breaker box. Utility room on main floor. Unfinished basement....

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Ranch style home built in 1962. 3 bedrooms, 1 ½ bathrooms, large living room and eat in kitchen on the main floor. Partially finished basement with bathroom and a lot of potential. Enclosed back porch, Attached 2 car garage and detached rear garage on 100x150 ft lot. Hard board siding, asphalt shingles, boiler heat and cen...

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This is a level to gently rolling dryland farm with 127 cropland acres and 27 acres of grassland and shelterbelts. The 6 acre farmstead has been previously survey out and is not part of this property. The farm has excellent road access and tremendous potential for further cropland development with some tree clearing. Water ...

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Overlooking the Republican River valley to the south this property offers an opportunity for someone starting out or if you have a property in the area without a cabin this could fit your needs. The 45’x42’ red steel building includes a one bedroom studio apartment and enclosed garage storage. The barn is a 64’x40’ ...

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Lots of potential in this horse property waiting for a trainer/breeder or horse enthusiast. The subject property straddles the Scotts Bluff / Banner County line and is comprised of 330 total acres with 220 acres native pasture and 110 acres dry hay ground. Improvements include a nice 2,000 ± sq. ft. main residence with 4 b...

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This farm is located on HWY 41 with access off of the gravel road. It is level to a gentle slope. There is an older pond on the north side of the property. The farm is currently planted to alfalfa. The acreage is not included in this offering. The estimated size of the acreage is 3 acres. Immediate possession is avail...

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ABSOLUTE AUCTION!  February 1st at 1:00 PM The auction will be held on location at 1002 West 11th. The second home offered is located at 809 West 2nd. Investors, investors, check out this cozy home located at 1002 West 11th. This property currently rents for $650 per month. There is 1,088 sqft. of living space with 2 bed...

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ABSOLUTE AUCTION!  February 1st at 1:00 PM The auction will be held on location at the first home to be offered at 1002 West 11th. Investors this property currently rents at $500 per month.  This home features 2 bedrooms and 1 baths with a total of 934 sqft.  The fenced backyard is nice sized and has many possibilities...

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Brown County Wildlife is in an area where Mule deer, Whitetail deer, and wild turkey are plentiful. This property has nice low lying pastures that attract wildlife. The property could be developed by the addition of food plots and/or feeders to keep the deer centered in the area. The property could be made to produce income...

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Here is an opportunity to enjoy your very own private lake with highway access and full utilities just minutes from Norfolk, NE. This property, formerly known as Sandy Beach RV Park, offers a large 14 +/- acre lake as well as Elkhorn River frontage. The 50.07 acre tract has approximately 50 RV lots platted with a port...

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Ranch style home, belonging to the Niobrara School District, located on a large corner lot with large mature trees and private backyard. Main floor offers 3 Bedrooms, 1 bath, living room, modern kitchen and dining area. Single car attached garage with additional workshop and storage areas. Mostly finished basement with 1 be...

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Located South of Hershey, Nebraska, along paved Hershey-Dickens Road, this property features a gently rolling, pivot irrigated, farm and native sandhills rangeland. The Northeast quarter of grass and part of the Southeast quarter is completely fenced out from the pivot land and includes a newer solar submersible well. There...

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This is a convenient deer, waterfowl and wild turkey hunting spot. It is located only 1 mile Northwest of North Platte. There is a warm water slough that rarely freezes. An alfalfa field directly across the road to the North, creates an excellent habitat for the Whitetail deer that bed down on this property. All this and on...

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This is excellent Deuel county dryland located Southwest of Chappell, Nebraska. There is a total of 523.18± drycrop acres. The balance of the 557.62 acres is off-season grass and roads. There is growing wheat and stubble in place. The 2018 tenant has possession for 2019. There are no building improvements on the property. ...

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Hidden lake on the South Platte is located just outside of Brule Nebraska and is a fantastic little hunters paradise.  Featuring South Platte river frontage, a 5-acre lake and established farm ground.  Within the Central Flyway, it is sure to give plenty of plenty of opportunity for limits of ducks and geese.  It is also...

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Nebraska Land for Sale

There are several reasons you should consider living in Nebraska. Some of the reasons include a seemingly endless list of fun outdoor activities for the family, low crime rate, low unemployment, affordable real estate combined with a low cost of living, and some of the most affordable healthcare in the country.

Right now, nearly 2 million people love calling Nebraska their home state. The population is growing at about 0.08% a year which makes it the 25th fastest growing state. Nebraska's most populated cities are Omaha, Lincoln, Bellevue, Grand Island, and Kearney.

The Lay of the Land in Nebraska

When most people think about Nebraska, they picture acres of flat land that's filled with wheat and corn. While there are some stretches of plains in Nebraska, large chunks of the state is actually quite hilly. The plains, which have several rivers and streams crisscrossing them, are found on the east side of the state, which is where a large majority of the state's farmland is located. The western side of the state is home to Nebraska's Sand Hills. The hills are essentially sand dunes that attract hordes of visitors each year.

The Sand Hills are up to 400 feet tall and 20 miles long, and slopes can have a 25% steepness rating. The Sand Hills were created by grass and other vegetation catching and capturing the sand that was blowing across the prairies. There are 19,300 square miles worth of sand hills.

Visitors are often surprised to discover that Nebraska's Sand Hills isn't completely dry and dusty. It's not uncommon to find lakes, streams, and marshes at the base of the hills. An underground reservoir contains between 700 and 800 gallons of water to supply these wet sections. The Sand Hills are home to more than 700 different plants which serve as feed for the 535,500 head of beef cattle that roam the hills.

The two biggest rivers in Nebraska are the Missouri River on the eastern side of the state and the Platte River.

Nebraska's Economy

Nebraska has one of the lowest costs of living in the United States. It's almost a full 9% lower than the national average. Nebraska's annual salary is $43,597.00. The state's unemployment rate of 4.2% is the fourth lowest in the United States.

Contrary to popular belief, there's more to Nebraska's economy than beef cattle and corn. The state's top industries are:
  • Agricultural manufacturing (includes meat process and food processing)
  • Finance/Insurance
  • Health Care
  • Military contracts
  • Transportation

Nebraska is a great choice for anyone who is about to retire. A recent Gallup survey determined that Nebraska was the 10th best state for retirees to call home. Reasons the state is so good for senior citizens is because as a rule, the state's population enjoys a relaxed, open life that leads to a high standard of wellness. The sheer number of outdoor activities provides seniors with ample opportunity to stay active and fit, while activities such as the ones held in Omaha's Orpheum Theater and Lincoln's public art exhibits are great for socializing.

Land for Sale in Nebraska

Nebraska is a state that depends heavily on agriculture. Nearly 92% of the state's land is dedicated to agriculture. Nebraska is home to nearly 50,000 farms and agriculture adds $25 billion to the state's economy each year. Nebraska is the 4th leading producer of commercial red meat production in the United States.

The bulk of Nebraska's agriculture industry focuses on:
  • Beef cattle
  • Corn
  • Soybean
  • Edible beans
  • Hay
  • Wheat

The cost of purchasing a Nebraska farm has decreased by 17% since 2014. Today the average cost per acre is $2,745. The average farm size in Nebraska is 972 acres.

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