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Do you enjoy watching a flock of mallards coming into the decoys as you call and watch their every move, from the way they drop to the wings getting set. next thing you know they are locked and landing! The action begins the with sounds so loud like drums going off in a rythm,  the smell of gunpowder as your buddies achiev...

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This huge 3624 sq ft home is open and spacious! 2 beds up and 2 beds down with 4 bathrooms thru-out. Inviting & large kitchen with a huge pantry & center island. Master suite features lg closets & a private 3/4 bath. Relax in front of the gas fireplace in the wide open family room that flows into the bonus game room area.. ...

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Nice Cabin on a great sized lot on Whiskey Bay of Lake Metigoshe, a larger cabin with an amazing view and a cute and cozy smaller cabin by the water great for storage or a bunk house. The updated main cabin layout is nice and open. t features a dining area aswell as open acess to the kitchen and nice sized family room that...

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320 acres +/- of excellent pasture with a a blend of tillable land that runs along the north end of the property! great fence to keep your cow/calf pair operation in with no worries. the topography is blessed with rolling hills that gathers water, which in turns makes the native grass grow productively. there is a nice low ...

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370 acres +/- of a unique L shaped property that has a border running along a small lake that has great fishing. over the years the lake has stretched out from the south to the north along the west side of the property. This piece of land would be ideal for an expanding farmer or rancher or even a sportsman to set up his ow...

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Flat Top Ranch is in the heart of the Little Missouri National Grasslands, the largest Federal Grasslands in the United States, at the edge of the picturesque North Dakota Badlands, that healed Teddy Roosevelt’s heart after personal tragedy and shaped his character to go on to become president. The landscape of the ranch ...

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Here is one of the most beautiful North Dakota pheasant hunting parcels I have ever walked.  This parcel has been slowly created with great time and effort.  There are 280 acres of pheasant hunting heaven.  First the seller has thought of everything, from lush habitat to large upland bird food plots.  This is top notch ...

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About 30 miles south from Marmath, North Dakota, we have 15,060 acres deeded and 7,630 acres leased, ½ in North Dakota and ½ in South Dakota, all contagious, and some of the most productive ground in the two states. At one time, 7,000 acres was farmed, the ranch/farm will produce 2 ton/acre dry land hay; 7 ton/acre irr...

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1249+/- acre ranch in south central North Dakota that consists of tillable and pasture land and 2 homes and is located south of mandan 35 minutes. The Cannonball River is adjacent to the most southern boundary of the property. The pasture acres total 450+/- acres and is fenced off into different pastures  that is currently...

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This wonderful property lies along the ND/SD border. It was in CRP but recently pulled out in case of farming practices wanting to be done. You can also re-enroll in the CRP program if you so choose. 2 beds 1.5 baths. Nice sized out buildings with new roofs. Sold ''as is''....

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North Dakota Land for Sale

If you love the small-town vibe and being surrounded by wide open spaces, North Dakota is the place for you. No matter what part of the state you visit, you're treated to a warm smile and neighborly attitude. Additional reasons to settle in North Dakota include:

  • Contrary to what movies portray, North Dakota is home to some breathtaking landscapes that will never fail to leave you breathless.
  • North Dakota experiences four true seasons and each one is lovely, though the spring and fall can run on the short side.
  • Although North Dakota doesn't have many large cities, the ones it does have are surprisingly welcoming for start-up businesses.
  • There are plenty of opportunities for people who love fishing, hunting, hiking, and just enjoying the great outdoors.

With only 739,482 people living in a state that's 70,698.4 square miles, North Dakota has the distinction of being the 4th most sparsely populated states, which is one of the reasons the entire state rocks a small town vibe that residents love. The most densely populated cities are:

  • Fargo, ND
  • Bismark, ND
  • Grand Forks, ND
  • Minot, ND
  • West Fargo, ND

Getting a Feel for North Dakota

One of the things that makes North Dakota unusual is that the way the state's boundaries are laid out means that North Dakota is linked to two different physiographic regions. The eastern part of the state is in the Central Plains, while the Great Plains makes up the west. The eastern border is called the Red River Valley and represents the lowest point, 750 ft (229 m) in North Dakota's topography. North Dakota's highest point is found in the region called the Missouri Plateau Butte, which is home to the state's highest peak, White Butte 3,506 ft (1,069 m).

North Dakota's main waterways are the Missouri River and the Red River.

North Dakota's Economic Situation

North Dakota's economy has always been a concern, which is why the state's government takes a proactive stance and looks for ways they can keep every person working.

The North Dakota Department of Commerce Economic Development & Finance Division works hard to emphasize that businesses who move into North Dakota enjoy a lower operating cost than other states can provide. The division has created an assortment of services that are designed to attract factories, corporations, and large agricultural centers to the state. The services include:

  • Assistance with site location
  • Aid with workforce development
  • Assistance with international trade
  • Incentive packages
  • Business retention and expansion

The efforts to attract businesses to the state have paid off. While the U.S. unemployment rate is at 5.2%, North Dakota's dropped to 2.4%, and the state has enjoyed a job increase of 2.5%. The average annual salary for a North Dakota resident is about $30,000.

North Dakota's most successful industries are:

  • Agriculture
  • Oil
  • Tourism
  • Coal gasification
  • Renewable energy

Agriculture in North Dakota

Agriculture makes up the backbone of North Dakota's economy. Approximately 90% of the state's land is being used for agricultural purposes. The ag industry is responsible for employing nearly a quarter of North Dakota's population. In 2016, the state was home to 29,800 farms with the average farm coming in at 1,312 acres.

While most people associate North Dakota with cattle ranching, probably because the number of cattle in the state outnumber the human population 3-1, but a large portion of the state's agricultural resources are dedicated to crop farming. North Dakota is the nation's top producer of both durum and spring wheat.

Other crops that play an important role in North Dakota's economy include:

  • Navy beans
  • Pinto beans
  • Flaxseed
  • Canola

Beef cattle producers are the number one livestock producers in North Dakota and most raise their animals in a free-range manner. While famous for the beef cattle, North Dakota also has 75 dairy farms which produce about 40 million gallons of milk. There are two North Dakota milk processing plants.

Additional livestock raised in North Dakota include:

  • Farm/ranch raised bison
  • Turkeys
  • Sheep
  • Hogs
  • Bees for honey production

North Dakota farmers are famous for exploring how to use new technology to make their farms and ranches more energy efficient and eco-friendly.

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