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Your very own hunting lodge on 105 AC of prime deer, turkey, & grouse habitat surrounded by public hunting land. A dream come true for large hunting parties looking for a big area to hunt! Well maintained ATV/UTV trails wind through the hardwoods, skirting pockets of thick alder, aspen and marsh. Spacious hunting lodge s...

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Have you ever dreamt of owning an extraordinary country home estate in one of the most sought-after regions of the state? This enchanting refuge lies amongst an area where art and nature combine to form an infectious harmony rooted in wild spirit. You’ll find this rural showpiece nestled in rolling hills spotlighted by sc...

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This county home with unlimited recreational opportunities on 22 secluded acres just northwest of Richland Center. Valley setting with an extensive groomed trial system lending easy access to towering rock formations thru hardwood forest and to lower valley floor with meandering stream and within walking distance to trout ...

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Are you in search of a monumental 28+/- acre deer hunting mecca located in the very heart of trophy whitetail country? This wildly rare estate lies in the epicenter of a deer hunting sanctuary completely surrounded by lush agriculture fields and expansive neighboring timber blocks. You’ll find this noteworthy deer dirt co...

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This extraordinary 130+/- acre investment estate boasts serious attention! You’ll find this premium dirt priced-to-sell along highly visible road frontage adjacent to US HWY 61 – quaintly nestled between Soldiers Grove and Readstown. In fact, this tract is split by the Vernon and Crawford County line! You may consider t...

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This smaller parcel is ideal for someone on a budget. Taxes are affordable with 30 acres enrolled in MFL closed and 1.46 acres out of the program to build your cabin on! Deer and turkey are abundant in this area and there are thousands of Jackson County Forest land to hunt next door (north) and across the road. Roads are AT...

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A gorgeous secluded 40-acre parcel located on a dead-end road just outside of Humbird, WI. This parcel has everything to offer its new owner. The property has the perfect place to build a cabin or home overlooking the ridges and a 1-acre pond located on the property. There is 30 acres of tillable ground currently rented out...

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Located just west of Medford, WI this property has approximately 30 acres of ag land (rented out). The balance has a conservation easement attached to the land. The property is buildable with electric, telephone and cable at the lot line. Seller has 40 acres to sell attached to this listing (to the north). Check this out be...

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Located just west of Medford, WI this property has a great mix of Ag land and hunting land. Property is composed of woods, lowland and approximately 10 acres of ag land (rented out). This balance makes a perfect set up for wildlife. The property is buildable with electric, telephone and cable at the lot line. Seller has add...

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Great deer and duck property in North Eastern Sauk County! Road access on two sides of the property with trails throughout making this parcel very easy to access from multiple wind directions. Solid deer sign, water holes, mature timber, several camp sites to choose from, and electricity at the road. The Wisconsin River ...

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Looking for that perfect spot to store the toys and work on them or a place to store items & equipment for your business. This 2196 sq ft building & the 2.13 acres is located at the end of the street and bordering the train tracks. The building is divided into 2 parts and also has separate electric meters for each side whic...

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Are you looking for a recreational piece of land in Southeastern WI? This 20+/- acre property offers numerous possibilities, all at an affordable price. Located just West of Belgium and about 38 minutes from Milwaukee, access away from the City Life has never been more convenient. This wooded lowland property is perfect for...

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Imagine owning a charming country home nestled atop a scenic blufftop minutes from Richland Center, Wisconsin. You’ll find this lavish refuge tucked away on 11+/- acres blessed with superior deer & turkey hunting. Escape into this whimsical paradise located at the end of a quiet cul-de-sac fully fit with a blacktop drivew...

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Live where the “North Begins” Portage, Wisconsin. Located in the center of it all Portage, Wisconsin has so much to offer and do. If you love the outdoors, you can have fun and play right here in Columbia County, Wisconsin. Get out on the areas many Lakes for fishing, boating, canoeing. Kayaking, walk the many trails at...

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Located at the SW intersection off US Hwy 13 and 29 in Colby/Abbotsford, WI. This property offers a large lot of 7.02 surveyed acres with great visibility off 4-lane US Hwy 29 East bound traffic and US Hwy 13 North & South bound traffic. Great paved access off US 13 from Oak Road. Property is zoned commercial and is ready t...

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Custom built country home completed August of 2013. Extremely energy efficient and well-built. 6.109 acres of mostly wooded land, rock out cropping's, 1.5 miles of trails in the woods, campfire pit and kid structure. Three-bedroom two bath home with finished walk out basement. Master bedroom with master bathroom, oversized ...

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Portage WI 2 bedroom home close to Silver Lake Beach, Schools, Interstate and Northside of Portage. This Home is in a great area and has an over sized lot, 1 car detached garage, fenced yard and gazebo. Property has a ton of potential with a little imagination and elbow grease you could make this home shine. Newer Central a...

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Clark County WI Home and 10 Acres Live Auction 6/27/19 7PM N3912 Division Ave, Granton, WI 54436 Live Auction Starts 7:00 PM Thursday, June 27th 2019 Details: Live auction starts 7PM 6/27/19 Preview Dates: June 22nd 2019 12:00 - 4:00 PM & June 27th 2019 5:00 – 7:00 PM. Granton is a modern little village in the heart ...

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Welcome to Marquette County, if you are looking for an area to live and have fun ? This is it, you don’t have to go far to enjoy all the outdoors has to offer, Many local lakes to enjoy great fishing, boating canoeing or a kayak ride on a calm afternoon. This property is close to Portage, Montello, Westfield, Mauston, Ste...

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This pastoral acreage offers potential for building, agricultural income, hunting and recreation! Build your home, hobby farm or cabin in a beautiful setting with distant views of the Penokee Range to the south and the hills of the Chequamegon National Forest to the north. Generate income by renting for pasture, leasing to ...

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Wisconsin's Dairies, Farmland, and Forests

Known as America's Dairyland, Wisconsin does have a lot of dairies. Some 9,500 dairies maintained 1.28 million cows in 2017, and 96% of those dairies are family-owned, according to the Wisconsin Milk Marketing Board. Wisconsin is the second highest milk producing state behind California, and the top cheese producing state.

Many of the state's 5.8 million people are referred to as "cheeseheads," because of their love for the Green Bay Packer's football team. But, honestly, the state isn't all about dairy cows and cheese.

Other Agricultural Products

Wisconsin produces a lot of other agricultural products including feed corn for its hog and beef cattle industry, as well as for feeding chickens in egg production and grown as broilers. It is the #1 state in producing cranberries for export. Other export crops grown here include whey and ginseng root.

It is less known for its fruit crops of apples and strawberries. Vegetable crops include soybeans, potatoes, snap beans, and green peas.

Because of its deep roots of German immigrants, Sheboygan has been dubbed the Bratwurst Capital of the World. Each year Madison hosts the World's Largest Brat Fest during Memorial Day weekend.

Wisconsin Topography and Geography

Lying between Minnesota and Iowa to the west, Lake Michigan to the east, and Illinois to the south, Wisconsin is located in the Midwest. While it has some low lying hills, it is relatively flat. The highest point is Timms Hill, located in the north-central part of the state, at 1,951' above sea level.

There is an abundance of water here averaging 121 days of rainfall totaling nearly 35" per year. The snow falls between November and March with 30-40 inches in the southern part of the state each year, and closer to 45-70" to the north.

Wisconsin Land and Cities

While there is an obvious amount of farmland in the state, about 46% of the state is covered in forest. Chequamegon-Nicolet is Wisconsin's only National Forest, although there are other areas managed by the National Park Service including Apostle Islands National Lakeshore along Lake Superior, the Saint Croix National Scenic Riverway and some scenic trails.

A lot of the land for sale is privately owned from dairies, small family farms, and other agricultural lands to a lot of prime fishing and hunting properties. Residential properties are available in and around the state capital of Madison and the population center of Milwaukee with more than 595,000 people.

Some other less populated urban areas include the charming city of Eau Claire, in the western central part of the state, and Kenosha on the banks of Lake Michigan. Racine was one of the original sites for the All-American Girls Professional Baseball Leagues during WWII. Oshkosh is well-known for the manufacture of overalls and children's clothing.

Some Other Little-Known Wisconsin Fun Facts

You might think given the median average temperatures are in the mid-'50s, that ice cream wouldn't be so popular here. Remembering the dairy population and amount of milk production might help one to understand that 21 million gallons of ice cream are consumed in the state each year. Also, the first ice cream sundae was created in Two Rivers, Wisconsin in 1881.

Green Bay is known as the "Toilet Capital of the World." The first splinter-free toilet paper was created here, and that industry is still a major employer for the area.

Land Pricing and Availability

The pricing of land up and down the state may vary quite a bit. According to AgWeb, Wisconsin farmland averaged just above $4,000 per acre in 2017. Non-farmers are gobbling up some of that land, but that should not discourage beginning or experienced farmers from taking advantage of good pricing available on land for sale.

County farm bureau offices welcome inquiries from and conversations with potential and current local farmers.

When looking for Wisconsin land for sale near the big city, out on the farm, or in the wooded areas near the Great Lakes, be sure to browse the pages of Land Broker MLS.

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