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Start your own hobby farm! This small hobby farm in the town of Dover awaits the lucky owner seeking a quiet and relaxing country lifestyle. There is a great mix of grassland, wetland and tillable ground on which to raise livestock. Approximately 32 ac is currently planted in corn so this property could have a nice crop re...

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Here is a property in an excellent hunting area where not a lot of parcels come to the open market. There have been some large bucks harvested over the years in this neighborhood and the road access of this parcel is very convenient to be right in the middle of the hunting action. The block of timber that this piece connec...

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42 acres of the perfect sportsman’s getaway. All the amenities to be comfortable while being able to hunt and fish right outside the cabin door. The property has owned access setting it back a quarter mile from the road with electric, well, and septic. The cabin and newer pole building are set on a west facing ridge overl...

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53.75 acres of Buildable land in Green Lake County. Centralized building spot offers amazing views of the rolling country in every direction on this unique parcel. The property has .75 miles of river frontage on the Grand River and offers easy access to waterfowl hunting, fishing, and canoe kayaking. It is a blank canvas th...

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Extraordinary property on a dead-end road in a perfect location sounds too good to be true right? I have walked and sold many properties throughout the years, but this property is something special. From the point I stepped out the door of my truck, I was in love. On the very north side of the property is a very nice mowed...

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A few miles northwest of Tomahawk, this property is central to Lake Mohawksin, Lake Nokomis, the Spirit River Flowage and a number of area lakes. If fishing is your game, this one provides lakes and streams in all directions. If hunting is on your list, there are thousands of acres of public land nearby. The seller also ha...

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A historic 164-year-old restored home set on 99.98 ac of flat tillable production ground, complete with multiple barns and outbuildings! Rarely does a farm of this historical significance combined with flat tillable land come on the market in Western Wisconsin. Located just a few miles from Hammond Wi and less than an hour...

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Every once in awhile a really special property hits the market that meets all the qualifications that most buyers want. A beautiful elevated building site with southern exposure, low taxes, existing income from tillable ground, marketable timber with a professional logging plan, unbelievable deer and turkey numbers with ex...

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This unique country home nestled into a private valley setting near the end of lightly traveled township road, known by locals to house trophy whitetail deer in western Richland County WI. This high-end country home features: 3 bedrooms, 2 full baths with recent complete renovations. Open concept design allowing plenty of n...

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This property is on Hay Lake with around 1,300 feet of frontage on the East side. Hay Lake is a 79-acre lake and is 1 mile long. This clear lake has a creek running through it and holds, Northerns, Bass, Sunfish, and Crappies.  Washburn Forest Land is on 2 sides of it with easy access to the ATV and Snowmobile trail. ...

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This well-kept home sits at the end of a dead-end road.  This home has been well maintained and is ready to move in. Whether it's for your home, weekend cabin or hunting lodge this home fits the bill. This single wide home has a large bedroom on each end and a spacious bathroom. The basement is unfinished and coul...

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Great wildlife habitat with mixed timber nearby the farmlands featuring a pond and a potential cabin location, as well as heavy cover and swamp edges as you go deeper into the property creating a bedding area and sanctuary for Whitetail Deer. Two feeders of Musser Creek funnel game movement directly through this prime piec...

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Check out this gorgeous hardwood timber tract ideally set among farm fields in an area rich with wildlife. Well-manicured trails lead through beautiful stands of hardwoods, providing for convenient access throughout the property. Several permanent stands are strategically placed to capitalize on deer movement patterns on t...

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Fabulous deer, turkey and bear hunting are available through this entire property. A small creek winds its way from north to south creating a great bedding area along the edge of a nice farm field located on the west side. The property is already set up with a well, power and septic for a home or cabin, your choice of a nu...

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Whether you are building your dream home or just want a place to hunt and camp, this property will serve your needs! Located in the heart of recreation, you can golf or enjoy the area’s water sports during the day and put on your camo and get out to harvest a great buck in the later afternoon! The property has two se...

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Take note of this professionally managed hardwood timber tract with significant timber value and a nice secluded cabin! The timber has been meticulously managed and contains a considerable amount of saw timber and even veneer quality trees according to the forester that has managed this tract. A portion of the property is ...

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Intermittent trees, amidst tall grasses of a field, farmed a number of years ago, now create a wonderful place for a cabin or home on approximately 375’ of frontage on Matt Ochs Lake’ west side. Enjoy a wonderful view of the western sky with a backdrop to the lake to the east. The hunting is improved a bunch by...

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Hunting, fishing, camping or building a home, cottage or cabin, this property can provide it all. The land near County Road E gradually rises to a much higher elevation as a ridge winds though the property just north of the edge of Matt Ochs Lake. Trails used by deer have been pounded into the ground here as the deer move ...

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Located just outside of Millston, this timber tract has great hunting and several recreational opportunities! There are a very strong deer and turkey population in the area and on the farm. Black bears are known to frequent the area and don’t be surprised if you see an elk! This property isn’t far from where th...

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Near the Lake Superior South shore, this hunting parcel is in an excellent location supporting great antler growth on whitetails, and prime habitat for bear and grouse. The timber is primarily aspen with lush undergrowth and cover mixed with some white oak, maple, balsam fir, and spruce. An existing trail system and two&nb...

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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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