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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 connect...

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Larger corner lot in Alpine Acres across from the golf course and two blocks from the high school and three blocks from the elementary school. Farm fields in your backyard. Seller will pay the $4400 sewer hook-up fee at closing. The driveway to the house must come in from 28th St since 22nd Ave is not developed. If 22nd Ave...

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Behold- some of the finest land in WI has arrived! Ever dream of owning your own hobby farm? Or owning a home that is situated on nearly 80 acres of gorgeous rolling hills? HERE IS YOUR CHANCE! Not only has this 1 story home been meticulously maintained but the outbuildings, and landscaping are truly remarkable as well. Thi...

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This early 20th-century farmhouse needs some TLC to bring back its glory but the bones of the house are solid. Beautiful oak trim, cabinets, and accents have transcended the years and just need someone with some vision to rehab and bring it back to life. There are a few of the original barns still standing to remi...

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The Land & Country Home Specialists of Wisconsin, Joe Nawrot & Brandon Wikman, are proud to introduce you to a brand-new property that just hit the market! Motivated Seller! Are you in search of a productive wildlife utopia that’s sweetly priced in the heart of northern Juneau County? This wildlife-rich estate con...

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Building Site with land 36 acres of Southern Marquette County Waterfowl and Deer Hunting land for sale. This parcel consists of 7 duck scraps ranging from 3-5 feet deep, 30+/- acres of WRP warm season grass plantings are thick which allows for great bedding for deer and nesting for birds, half acre lot that is out of the W...

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36 acres of Southern Marquette County Waterfowl and Deer Hunting land for sale. This parcel consists of 5 duck scraps ranging from 3-5 feet deep, 5 acres of woods, 30+/- acres of WRP warm season grass plantings are thick which allows for great bedding for deer and nesting for birds, 2+/- acre building site that has been per...

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73 acres of Southern Marquette County Waterfowl and Deer Hunting land for sale. This parcel consists of 12 duck scraps ranging from 3-5 feet deep, 5 acres of woods, 60+/- acres of WRP warm season grass plantings are thick which allows for great bedding for deer and nesting for birds, 2+/- acre building site that has been pe...

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Fully-licensed auto salvage yard for sale near Hwy 45 between Marion and Tigerton in Shawano County. 1,500+ vehicles dating back to the 1920's. Many parts. There is a 27x45 shop w/2 bays, 9,000 lb rotary hoist, 8x26 office, wood store room, and 200 amp service. 30x50 storage shed w/thousands of old parts. Sale also includes...

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Located minutes outside of Shell Lake, this property has amazing potential. There are sites to build a single-family home within this parcel near the road or on the Southside. The wooded portion of the property is thick bedding ground for the deer and other wildlife. The tillable portion could be leased to an area farm...

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The opportunity you have been waiting for on this 30 acre secluded Richland County WI Hunting -Recreational -Prime Building Site. Secluded valley entrance off dead end road winds through open pasture to elevated prime building site with electric and perc test on record for a 3 bedroom home or cabin. 24 acres of mature hardw...

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This spectacular property has it all, from the beautiful views of North Lake to the abundant wildlife that roams the land. There are several great building sites overlooking the lake that have perked for conventional septic. North Lake is a full recreation lake with excellent fishing. Enjoy all the area has to offer with on...

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THREE lots on Payment Lake! Although these contiguous lots are being sold together, you have the choice after purchase if you want to keep them all or sell one or two! Located off a dead-end and easement road, this property offers extreme privacy on a very quiet lake that is renowned in the area for excellent musky fishing!...

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Iron Ridge, Big Beauftiful Country Farmhouse on 3.4 acres with amazing Western views overlooking the Oliver Creek valley and Karstens Pond. A rare 2,940 sq ft 6 bedroom brick farmhouse has its original charm and is looking for its fourth owner ever to call it home. Old farmhouses were always put on prime real estate and thi...

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What a great location for this 11+ acre lot. Fiber Optic at the street! Some tillable, some trees, lots of wildlife and lots of privacy! Come take a look right away....

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What a great location for this 11+ acre lot. Fiber optic at the street! Some tillable, some trees, lots of wildlife and lots of privacy! Come take a look right away....

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Wooded acres with a place to build your home. Excellent for hunting with farmland surrounding the property. Located between Gillett and Suring with east access to Hwy 32....

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Spectacular, first time on the market, home found on close to 8 1/2 acres of prime real estate. This home has been impeccably maintained, includes a heated 20x30 outbuilding, two ponds, five acres of manicured lawns and a private party pavilion. The home has a main floor master suite, amazing, western facing windows for spe...

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If privacy is what you want, this is it! This beautiful log home is on a dead-end road and sits on 20 acres. Nice open-concept layout. Living room w/stone wood-burning fireplace. Bright white kitchen w/beautiful island and a dinette w/patio doors to the 16x40 deck. Master bedroom has a wood accent wall and an attached full ...

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This hunting property has it all, tillable, woods, lowland, brush for bedding, and frontage on the Bark River for waterfowl and fishing a property that you can utilize year-round. Spot for camping or trailer that leads to a trail system throughout the property. Several locations for food plots and a lot of edges that whitet...

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Land for Sale in Wisconsin

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. Dairies occupy a lot of Wisconsin real estate but, honestly, the land for sale in Wisconsin 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.

Wisconsin real estate 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

Those looking for land for sale in Wisconsin will find a diverse 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 of Wisconsin real estate 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. All of that water adds to the attraction of the land for sale in Wisconsin.

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 in Wisconsin is privately owned from dairies, small family farms, and other agricultural lands to a lot of prime fishing and hunting land. 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.

The diversity of land for sale in Wisconsin is truly remarkable.

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 buyers of Wisconsin real estate 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 of Land for Sale in Wisconsin

The pricing of Wisconsin real estate 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.

When looking for land for sale in Wisconsin 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 Co-op.

If you are a broker looking for the best place on the web to share the Wisconsin properties you have to offer, look no further than Land Broker Co-op. Contact us and get started today!



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