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Farm for Sale 117 acres North Peoria County (117)

Listing Price: $800,000
117 acres with 52 tillable. There is a creek that runs through the property. Lots of deer and turkey in the wooded land. 4 bedroom farmhouse with a modern kitchen. This farm is located on the Peoria/Marshal county line 22 miles north of Peoria. Blacktop road to 1/2 mile long driveway. Could be well suited for organic farming. Other organic farms nearby. We would consider owner financing.
Added: Monday, June 12, 2017 - 3:14pm

40 acre Amish Style Farm house and barn (40)

Listing Price: $150,000
Ever wanted to own your own farm? This amish style farm has been renovated with plumbing and electric and is perfectl;y situated on route 11 for all your selling needs. The previous owners sold vegetable, baked goods, fruits, etc. Rent to Own this 40 acre farm for as little as $2000/month. Charming country farm located on 40 acres just outside of DeKalb Junction. The 5 bedroom house was built in 2005 and has red oak floors, a large country kitchen, living room, pantry, mud/washroom and 2 covered porches. Multiple springs are located on the property. There is an extra house that is currently being used for storage. The barn (73 x 56) has plenty of hay storage, silo and a new addition. The land is completely fenced in and is approximately 19 acres of tillable land, 6 acres of woodlands and 15 acres of pasture. This property would make a great hobby farm. Available for purchase for $150,000 https://watertown.craigslist.org/reo/6167098641.html
Added: Monday, June 12, 2017 - 6:55am

Prime Farmland - 82.73 Acres - Organic Ready! (Farina, IL) (83)

Listing Price: $561,500
Prime Farmland - 82.73 Acres Highway 37, Farina, IL | Fayette County HIGHLY PRODUCTIVE FAMILY FARM. ORGANIC-READY! Fantastic location on Hwy 37 just 3 miles from I-57. 92% tillable. Property has been in the family more than 60 years. Successful strawberry, peach and apple farm for 25 years. Traditional row crops since 1980. Began conversion to sustainable permaculture in 2012. No spray for more than 3 years. 1950's concrete block barn and chicken house need some paint and repairs but have great potential. Electricity and well. Current CRP income $3223/yr. includes 4.3 acres exp. 2023 and 19.4 acres exp. 2019. Additional 27.4 acres approved for sign up. Taxes $841/yr. Oil rights withheld. Farm possession Fall 2017. Asking $561,500 (appraised value). Great hobby farm potential! Already has $3223/yr. income from Conservation Preserve Program (CRP) contracts including 19.4 acres for Greater Prairie Chicken preservation, and 4.3 acres wetland for wildlife and migrating birds. Prime farmland is flat with silt loam soil. Highly productive! Great access to major markets. St. Louis 1.5 hrs., Chicago 3.5 hrs., Indianapolis 2.5 hrs., Terre Haute 1.5 hrs. Major crossroads of I-57 and I-70 only 15 minutes away! Close to Effingham and Lake Sara. Barn with haymow - 30ft x 42ft Chicken house - 20ft x 40ft Concrete pad - 40ft x 60ft Grain bin with dryer - 27ft diameter Concrete pad - 27ft diameter Grain bin - 18.5ft diameter Concrete pad - 18.5ft diameter
Added: Saturday, June 10, 2017 - 9:27pm

14 acre (2 tilled, 10 hay) building lot for farming (14)

Listing Price: $91,000
14.5 acre building site including field road with septic + well plan and approximately 12 acres of hay field photos https://430west.wordpress.com/14-acre-building-hay-tilled/ The lot has been maintained under organic standards since November 2012. Not certified. A field road runs from a turnout in West Street, through one acre of mixed woods, and ends at the top of the hill and an ideal building site with a view of surrounding hilltops. The lot is triangle shaped. North is bordered by a stone wall and woods. East border is a water runoff ditch and stone wall with a neighboring field. The southern tip is a short road access point to West St. A steep and recently re-engineered hill to the west prevents visibility from West Street traffic. The field is approximately 12 acres . One tilled acre in self-seed winter rye since 2014. One tilled acre fertilized and limed 2016: ⅓ acre planted in popcorn, but otherwise fallow. Approximately ten acres are hayed and would be an ideal location for swales for a tree farm. Field is designated HEL (highly erodible land) and needs to have a plan submitted to the USDA for any changes to tillage – file currently exists at USDA office. Hill has been tested for wetlands and was deemed not. Paperwork available. Artesian well at top of field is uphill of an ideal location for a pond. Includes septic and well permit and a thick folder of field/planting notes, soil tests, water tests, septic plan, fertilization history, historic maps and deeds, and historic satellite maps. Building permits are not required and there are no zoning regulations in Middletown Springs, VT http://middletownsprings.vt.gov/wp-content/uploads/2012/03/mts-proposed-town-plan-2012-bw-sans-maps.pdf Because the Town lacks a formal zoning ordinance, future development can legally occur in most locations without formal Town review. Vermont Act 250 provides review for larger development projects while state wastewater regulations govern the siting of well and septic systems. In lieu of a zoning ordinance, the language contained in this Town Plan should guide the Town’s position regarding any proposed new development under Vermont Act 250.
Added: Thursday, June 8, 2017 - 3:07pm

37 acre homestead + maple syrup production + 6 acres tilled near Rutland, Vermont (37)

Listing Price: $210,000
HOMESTEAD Approximately 37 acres has been maintained under organic standards since November 2012 and includes a small house and large barn. Mature and productive maple forest, open fields, and multiple water sources including a three season stream, provide for many different business plan options. It currently produces maple syrup, dry beans, annual and perennial medicinal herbs and vegetables for the homestead and for sale to neighbors. Acreage includes two planted apple trees and many wild edibles and medicinals: apple, blackberry, ginger, elderberry, mint, cress, berries, coltsfoot, hemlock reishi, maple reishi, stinging nettle and grapes. Awesome location for a permaculture setup and forest farming.Documentation available to new owners: field/planting notes, soil tests, water tests, septic plan, fertilization history, historic maps and deeds, and historic satellite maps maple sap collection system receipts and manuals household receipts and manuals for well pump, hot water heater, etc.Price includes sugarbush setup. NOTE: there is no sap boiling equipment on site. You can work with a neighbor who boils the sap as I have. This is a turnkey operation. The homestead consists of three main sections with approximate acres: 1.) Six acre homestead field, 2.) Twenty eight acres sugarbush, and, 3.) Three acre north section. The farm has been managed organically since 2013, but has not been certified. Homestead: four season house, barn, gravel drive, septic tank, leach field, well. Relatively flat, tilled area with field sectioned off into easily manageable (for row plans and tractor work) sections from .5 to 1 acre. Fields have been plowed and tilled to grow dry beans, herbs, and vegetables. There is also a section behind the house with perennial medicinal herbs. Two baldwin apple trees planted 2014. Water sources: drilled well (2012) with water to the house. Three season stream about 50′ behind house. Artisanal well at edge of stream. Underground septic installed 2012. Current owner was general contractor and staff on both the house and barn builds and can answer most questions. Both structures are built to Vermont building code. The builder lives up the street. Farmhouse: built January 2013. Construction Floating slab with 4″ blueboard and 6″ concrete. Standing seam metal roof with a south facing shed roof slant. Roof line was built to easily accommodate another “half house” on the north side and solar panels on the south. Roxul insulation. Pine siding inside and out. Concrete floor. Layout House measures 9’x32. 12′ storage or sleeping loft at each end. Internal divisions include shower room, toilet room, and 5.5′ bedroom at west end. Bedroom has a fold up platform bed and storage space for dresser underneath, etc. East wall is made up of two insulated barn doors that lock with bolts from the inside. Outside the doors is a 6′ covered porch with gravel floor. Plumbing Stainless steel pipe from well to house, solder-free copper within house, 4 gallon water tank, on-demand electric water heater. Plumbing includes: Kitchen sink, washing machine drain, shower, toilet room with sink that drains into toilet, external tap. Plumbing was built to be drained so that house can be closed up for winter. Septic tank is for four bedroom house. Tank and leach field are underground. Electric Underground electric from pole at end of driveway. Electric bill is about $35/month. Electrician installed to the box, owner installed internal electric. All wires are external (not inside insulated walls). Heat Morso 2B Standard wood stove (not included in price) uses about 1.5 cords per year. Concrete floor acts as a heat sink from wood stove. All windows, but two, are south facing. In the winter, if the fire is lit on a sunny day, the front or rear door often needs to be opened because it gets so hot inside. Landline and fiber internet installed 2015. Phone and internet battery comes with the house, but wifi setup does not. Included in sale: kitchen and bath sinks, shower, toilet, bed frame, flue pipe roof fixture. Not included: shelving, counters, furniture, fridge, stove, oven, wood stove + flue pipe (negotiable), electric baseboard or other heat unit — but a thermostat is included and backup heat may be necessary for insurance, Barn. built May 2014. Measurements 28 x 40. Alaskan slab. Power to the barn to run the sap pump. There is one outlet and light switch in the barn. Water does not run to the barn. West end has drop down ceiling so that an insulated walkin cooler can be built. Loft built to accomodate drying screens for dried herb business. Windows along south facing wall (solar gain) and at top of east and west ends (ventilation in loft). Clear panels in metal roof; electric light is rarely needed. Three roll up doors. Three person doors. Pine siding from mill down the street. Sugarbush: Approximately 1,300 taps in accordance with organic and current use standards. Installed summer 2015. 2016 yield data available on request. Barn houses sap pump (approximately $400 electricity per season), sap tank and sheltered riser near house and easily accessed by driveway (tank drained by included sump pump; owner to furnish 75′ electric cord to sump pump). Price includes: sap pump, riser, sap tank. sap lines, gauges, etc. There is no sap boiler on site. Buyer has option to work with an established, award winning boiler to sell sap and/or trade for syrup. Annual costs include: taps, electricity to run pump, oil for sap pump, any necessary repairs. Annual maintenance includes: tapping trees, daily checking of lines for drop in pressure during season, repair of lines during season, untapping trees and cleaning out lines, removal of downed limbs from sap lines all year long, washing out of sap tank at end of season, sap pump oil change at end of season. The property is posted and has been a much sought after location for hunting (read: I had to do a lot of throwing people off the property when I first bought it and you may need to keep on top of trespassers). North section: The property has an easement for access to an old septic system that belongs to the neighbors on north side across Norton Road. It cannot be rebuilt if it fails, but it can be maintained with prior notice to owner of this property. This area contains ideal locations for fruit orchards, small tilled field, mushroom growing, etc. A planting of 100 trees was done in 2016 with 100 trees scheduled to be planted each year for the next four years. Buyer to work with grant recipients to choose locations and types of trees to be planted (contact furnished on purchase). Stream banks give options for wetland micro-climates. Mint and cress harvested from stream bed, stream used to shock shiitake mushroom logs, shaded area behind house used to grow stropharia mushrooms on sawdust. Equipment The purchase price does not include any equipment or supplies, other than what is listed for the sugarbush. E.g. farming equipment is being sold separately.
Added: Thursday, June 8, 2017 - 3:03pm

4.12 acre Micro Farm in Moweaqua, IL (4)

Listing Price: $214,000
4.12 acres with a 1.5 story brick home, attached 2.5 garage, and 32x40 out building with 24x40 extra covered and concrete floor. About 2.5 are tillable, with the possibility of more. Home is 3000+sf with a 1750sf waterproofed basement. Great schools and charming small town, 15 min from Decatur IL and 35 min from Springfield IL. This property has a lot to offer and the owner is very motivated to sell. The field has been fallow for 2 years and was in alfalfa before that. Rich black soil will grow just about anything and farm animals are allowed. House has city water and is located in a wonderful location between the school and tree parks, but it's not in the city limits so you have a lot of freedom to enjoy your land. Please give me a call and come and see. thanks
Added: Tuesday, June 6, 2017 - 12:51pm

Land for rent (10)

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5 - 10 acres to rent for growing any type of crops or for livestock.
Added: Tuesday, May 30, 2017 - 6:10pm

Beautiful 7 acre Horse Pasture in Tivoli, New York (15)

Listing Price: $485
Horse Pasture For Rent $485/ mos Beautiful 7 acre field for rent ( self care)on Private Farm in the beautiful Hudson Valley This pasture has a 20x14 shed,4 rail board fences,all weather water hydrant This field will support 3 horses for 6 mos with little to no grain or hay Three horse maximum Renter is responsible for "All Care "of their horses Contact : Natalie 914-388-4649
Added: Wednesday, May 24, 2017 - 4:39pm

5 Star Farm near Walworth, Wisconsin (40)

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Land for lease-we have a home on 40 acres near lake geneva. We are looking for someone who wants to start their own business or expand their current business and needs to lease land. We estimate there are 20 farmable acres mixed in between wetlands and a lake at the back of the property. Anything from growing hay for animals, organic vegetables, hops as long as it is safe and legal. Pole barn could be leased also.
Added: Tuesday, May 23, 2017 - 11:58am

Farmer Needed for Exceptional Business Opportunity in Port Washington (4)

Listing Price: $0
Unique opportunity for local farmer to partner with a new subdivision focused on sustainability. 3.67 acres of tillable land. We are seeking a farmer to plant produce, flowers, and/or herbs to be made available for sale to the neighboring subdivision and Port Washington Community. This opportunity will set you apart from your competitors in the industry. Contact Yasmine today if you are interested at 262-376-3239.
Added: Thursday, May 18, 2017 - 2:35pm

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