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Land For Sale in the Town of Ashippun Wisconsin. Imagine small town country living just a short driving distance from Oconomowoc. Once in life time chance to own a secluded 6.5-acre wooded lot. The parcel includes numerous mature hardwood tree spreading over this rural country lot. Enjoy the benefits of having a winding cre...

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Land For Sale in the Town of Farmington Washington County. Hunting for that special property? Need to Build? Need Wildlife? this 35 acre parcel has all the options. This SE Wisconsin vacant land parcel is a rare find and located in the Northern Kettle Moraine State Forest area. Enjoy the percs of Country Life with short dri...

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You want a lot in the Wisconsin Dells for your tiny house, vacation home or year-round home- well here it is! On a quiet street on a non-thru street this great level lot offer room for a home on a foundation. City states a manufactured home can be put on the lot if on a foundation. The previous home burned and everything as...

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Approx. 91.56 acres all woods in La Crosse county on dead end road. Property has nice ridge top with some older logging roads in place. Abundant deer and turkey sign in big buck country. Property is no longer in any programs. Property is 25 minutes from La Crosse and Holman. ...

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The Land & Country Home Specialists of Southwest Wisconsin are proud to introduce you to a brand-new property that just hit the market! Have you been in search for a pristine piece of recreational paradise? Perhaps this rare 220 +/- acre wildlife utopia is strictly meant for you. You’ll find this estate burrowed near larg...

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Home with Mason Lake Access plus 30 X 40 Garage. Located in a quiet village on with shared lake access, this home has so much to offer. Large open living room with gas fireplace, kitchen with breakfast bar and eat-in dining area with pantry. Formal dining room with patio doors to the 2-tiered deck facing the lake. Plus 1st ...

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Beautiful PineCraft Log Home with guest house set back on 23.67 acres in Marquette County between Princeton and Montello. 1,824 sq ft 3bd 3ba ranch style full log home with attached 3 car garage. 946 sq ft 3 bd 1 ba guest house with 2 car detached garage. Property has nice mix of 4 ac tillable, and remainder in oak/pine woo...

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78 wooded acres on the Yellow River in Wood County. The property consists of a thick north woods mix of primarily oak, pine, and poplar. Marshy area on the south provides quality deer cover. Yellow River on the east side provides clean wildlife water source. Thick wooded pockets great for grouse hunting. Centrally located t...

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Nothing beats looking out every window of your house and seeing nature not neighbors. This 3 bd 2 ba raised walk out ranch was perfectly placed on a hill overlooking 10 acres of wooded property. The kitchen and living room face west to the 32' deck overlooking your very own valley and ridges. The trails and terrain prove th...

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38.5 acres of buildable land in Columbia County. Great wildlife mixture including 9 ac cropland, 4 ac woods, and remainder being mixed wetland including the 7 acre pond. This unique property offers a nice building site to overlook the entire property and no shortage of hunting opportunities for deer, duck, and turkey. The ...

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Here is your opportunity to own 40 acres in Franklin Township which is located between Loganville and Plain, the deer mecca of Sauk County. This area boasts an incredibly strong deer population with many land owners being committed to quality deer management. As soon as you enter the woods you will notice the abundant dee...

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119.5 wooded acres in the center of big buck country. Build your dream home or cabin on this rare hunting paradise. Abundant deer, turkey and bear frequently roam this property. Centrally located between Green Bay and Wausau. Nearby lakes and the casino to provide added enjoyment. Property was recently logged to improve the...

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Large build site in the Township of Reedsburg. 16.71 Acres of hunting, recreational, buildable property. Ideally located just North of the City of Reedsburg within walking distance to Web Middle School, Web Park, and Downtown Reedsburg. Plenty of deer and turkey with easy walking trails and Hay Creek frontage. Building ...

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Lovely 3 bedroom, 2 bath tri-level, move-in ready home in West Bend. Three levels of living space to appreciate! Main level features eat-in kitchen with stainless steel appliances, plenty of counter space, and open view to living room. Three bedrooms and full bath with jetted tub complete the upper level. Cozy up in the low...

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Do you love everything Wisconsin Dells has to offer but are tired of wasting money by renting and dealing with crowded hotels? This move-in ready home is the answer! It features a master bedroom, a loft for extra storage or additional sleeping space, a large deck, and a fire pit where you can relax and take it all in. With ...

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Eastern Columbia County Land Auction. This 11.53+/- acre property has approx. 11 acres of tillable lands with current zone of Ag 1. The property is located in the Town of Courtland in the Village of Randolph. Land’s soils consist of Plano Silt Loam and Griswold Silt Loam. Land borders residential properties to the east. T...

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Well maintained 4 BR/3B Portage Ranch within walking distance to schools and shopping. Located in the Desirable Slifer St neighborhood, this house boasts 2 Car attached garage, large eat in kitchen, living room with fireplace and vaulted ceilings, screened porch, and deck on large city lot. First Floor Laundry Room, master ...

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+/-61 Acres (to be surveyed) of lowland with woods, pasture or tillable ground. Don’t let this parcel slip by you as there are some seriously big deer here! Tons of river frontage on the Cazenovia Branch of the Little Baraboo River. Great location right of the HWY 58 just outside of Cazenovia. While this property is n...

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NEW CONSTRUCTION 2019! 3+BR/2.5B 2 story on oversized Lot. Nearly 2000 finished sq ft & 1000sq ft unfinished waiting for your personal touch. Oversized 2 car attached garage w/keypad having entry to rear yard and home, covered front porch, concrete driveway. dining room/den that could be 4th Bedroom, main floor laundry room...

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170 cow dairy farm in Central Wisconsin! Including a sand bedded barn double six step up parlor with ATOs, 1,500 gallon bulk tank, dry cow barn, calf barn, heifer barn, heated shop, and two homes. There is a guarantied milk market! The farm is priced with the buildings and 60+/- acres with approximately 320 more tillable a...

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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.

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