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This is a one-of-a-kind property near the popular Lawrence Creek Wildlife area and Lawrence Lake. It offers a stunning view of a small private lake with a 40-foot elevation drop to the shoreline. Large pines surround the lake creating that Northwoods feel. Much of the property is covered in Red Pine and is presently enrolle...

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Country living is what you will get with this 1 story home in the woods, (single wide) all on one floor, full time or vacation time, getaway or a backwoods hide out. All this on 1.12 acres on a country corner wooded lot with a 12 x 8 deck for enjoying the outdoors. Easy commute to I-39 . 1 hr from Madison Wi. Close to Oxfor...

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Located just a minute away from Lake Magnor and very conveniently positioned on Highway 63 is this multi-species hunting parcel. The property is turn-key with a food plot and box blind already in place. You can hunt turkey, bear, deer, and waterfowl all on this property. There may even be a potent...

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Parcels such as this are rare these days. Currently used for hunting deer and waterfowl, it is well-positioned to be a dream hold in a sportsman’s paradise. The property is well wooded, with many game trails working the edge of the wetland. A box blind is in place if you want to hunt.&am...

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Rarely does a property this size holds deer of this magnitude but not every parcel is as special as this. It is just a rare combination of good genetics, good neighbors, big timber, and Ag that makes his property stand out. Originally part of a 160 ac farm, the owner has sold some of the acres and now is o...

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You’re looking at a stunning 86.2ac development dream located in Watertown, Wisconsin offering a multitude of lifechanging opportunity. This noteworthy swath of real estate is perfectly situated a mere mile from Johnson Creek Premium Outlets just off interstate-94 on exit 267 between Madison and Milwaukee. Whether you’r...

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Here's a great opportunity to purchase highly productive farmland south of Hatley in the Town of Reid. This tract consists primarily of Rosholt sandy loam soil, and it is almost entirely tillable to maximize productivity. It would make a great addition to your farm operation or investment portfolio. It also offers a...

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Here is an affordable opportunity at a blank slate-type property to improve as you wish. The parcel is currently in agriculture which provides annual income to cover the taxes and then some. This could also be a very good parcel to design into a good hunting property over time. The deer and turkey...

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Wooded parcel in Jacksonport's Lakeside Estates Subdivision. Located within walking distance to Lakeside Waterfront Park with public sand beach on Lake Michigan. Listing agent is related to the Seller. TEXT 131980 to 35620 for more information....

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Beautifully wooded parcel that would be perfect for building. Located at the end of a dead end road, on a pretty cul-de-sac neighborhood, this 5+ acres is just across from the Spirit River Flowage. Spirit River Flowage offers great fishing all year around!...

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Great hunting 74.13 acres of raw land and undeveloped land and woods. You could possibly build a home check with the town of Sherman. Buyers expense for perking. Land is under a farm preservation call town of Sherman for more information 920-994-9421. Land goes to green telephone boxes on SS and south on I up the hill there...

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Pretty wooded lot on the Spirit River Flowage. There are some ridges on the lot that may work for a walk out basement if that is what you wish. The property is in a great area for all the Northwoods rec activities such as fishing, ATV, and snowmobiling. The last 2 pictures attached are from the bridge on Hwy O after Eagle W...

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Town of Rome, Adams County. COME for the property, STAY for the lake. Less than .73 miles from Lake Petenwell lives this 3+ ac property with numerous outbuildings and ranch home. 2 bedrooms, 1 bath grace this getaway home, heated by a brand new outdoor wood furnace making fall and winter extra cozy. A 20x20 garage and a 3...

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5 acres on Mercer Lake complete with a driveway, cleared building area, underground power with RV outlets and a newer drilled well! This secluded parcel offers 150’ of south facing frontage and extreme privacy at the very end of the road! Here you will see wildlife galore and have great fishing on this 184-acre lake! If p...

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Hunting Property, Hobby Farm, Family Compound?? This canvas is yours to paint, Columbia County, Cambria, WI. Friends will be jealous of this 23+/- acre property that holds excellent hunting adventures with more instore. Beautiful marsh, with flowing stream running through the property and wooded areas all spell out to the ...

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Marquette County Hunting Land and Building Location for sale. This affordable 45+/- acre parcel has a great location for a home site with a potential walkout basement close to the road and the balance of the land can be used for recreational, pasture and hunting. This area has a great history of exceptional whitetail huntin...

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Sitting less than 10 miles north of Interstate 94 this is a commuter's dream. This rear country home has horse boarding, passive income from a basement apartment, and rented farmland. The basement apartment is currently rented until the end of July at $800 per month and the cropland is currently rented at $150 per a...

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If you have been looking for an exceptional country home this one has it all and just an hour and a half from the Twin Cities and less than an hour from Eau Claire. Just imagine yourself sitting on the back deck with a cup of coffee overlooking the valley where it's quiet and serene every morning. ...

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This home is the definition of a country lifestyle. The home is ready for horses and chickens, there is a fenced-in garden ready to be planted, and fruit trees in the driveway.  For horse people, there is a 32x21 barn with 3 stalls and plenty of hay/equipment storage. There is also a 16x8 Shelter in the fenced-in p...

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Beautiful, Buildable Land! Just over 1/2 acre. Near Lake Winnebago and County Park. Lot 3 is also for sale! PRICED UNDER ASSESSED VALUE!...

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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.

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