If you are looking for a farm property Idaho has plenty of options for you. Agriculture is one of Idaho’s leading industries, and local farmers try and find the best sustainable farming methods. Look into Idaho farms for sale today!
Price Reduced!! Unfinished Log Home On 675+/- Acres, No Irrigation At This Time, Will Need Well Drilled & Pivot Or Wheel Lines Installed. Two Small Streams, Jimmy And Clover Creek Converge On The Property, Private And Secluded With Views Of The Elkhorn Moun...
Jerome County Farm - Approximately 193 Tillable Acres Under 4 Pivots. 110 Shares Of North Side Canal Co. Water Stock Combined With 1.41 Cfs Deep Well. Se Pivot Covers Approximately 11 Acres Of Bureau Of Land Management Land That Is Not Included In The 19...
This Is The Ultimate In Privacy With The 160 Acres Is Behind Two Locked Gates With National Forest On 3 Sides And The Payette River Bordering The Ranch For 1.1 Miles To The North. Access Into The National Forest Is Virtually Private With Wildlife #s Over Th...
160 +/- Acre Ranch In Picturesque North Idaho Near Sun-up Bay On Coeur D'alene Lake! Nicely Remodeled 1700 Sqft +/- Main Home W/ Craftsman Details Covered Sitting Porch And Detached Garage. The Massive Original 19th Century Red Barn, Guest House, Grain Bin...
Bird Hunters Paradise. Doves, Pheasant, Quail, Geese, And Ducks. You Will Love The View From This 3 Bed 2 Bath Home That Was Remodeled In 1995. Oversized Master Suite, Hardwood Floors, Family Room And The Office Could Be Used As A 4th Bedroom. Farm Groun...
Finding a farming property in Idaho is simple with our advanced search program. In order to sort through farm properties, select ‘Farm’ under the PROPERTY TYPE box. Then, you can further specify a desired kind of farming by selecting a specific PROPERTY SUB-TYPE. There are five classifications under this heading; Dairy, Farm, Ranch, Multi-Use, and Other.
AGRICULTURAL INFORMATION ON IDAHO
Idaho is dedicated to agricultural pursuits. There are 11.5 million acres of farmland in the state, which is broken up into over 25,500 farms. On average, an Idaho farm will have 454 acres. This is a lot of space to raise crops and livestock!
The climate of Idaho is influenced mainly by the Pacific coast. However, the mountainous region creates various air pockets that can influence local weather. As often said in Idaho, if you don’t like the weather, wait five seconds - it will change. On the whole, however, Idaho experiences excellent conditions for crop growth, particularly in the Southwestern region of Idaho during the long and warm growing seasons. This is further augmented by the excellent soil in this area of Idaho, which is fertile from the river basin and ideal for crop growth. Still, proper irrigation is needed in this semi-arid region in order to sustain plants (unlike Northern Idaho, which can receive 25 inches of rain annually, Southern Idaho will likely get about 12). There are over 3 millions acres of irrigated land in Idaho, moving water with a complex system of reservoirs, dams, canals and drainage ditches.
Idaho farms are used for varied purposes. One of the most important crops in Idaho would be the famous state potatoes. Idaho potatoes are an important crop for the state’s economy. Annually, potatoes make up $550 to $700 million in Idaho’s industry. Much of Idaho’s land is contributed to this crop - over 320,000 acres!
Often overlooked, however, corn also plays an important role in Idaho’s agricultural economy. Idaho’s seed industry produces 80% to 85% of the sweet corn seed produced in the world as well as 70% of the world’s hybrid temperate sweet corn.
Though potatoes and corn are significant to Idaho’s agriculture, they are not the only crop that Idaho farmers invest in. Idaho is the leading supplier for field and garden beans as well as alfalfa. This state is number three in the world for alfalfa hay, fresh plums, hops, sugar beets and mint, and grows other successful crops like carrots, onions, lettuce seeds, and turnips.
ORCHARDS and VINEYARDS
Idaho farmers have many successful orchards as well. Idaho produces a wide variety of fruit, including apples, pears, peaches, and apricots, which are often found in various forms in local Farmers’ Markets. However, Idaho also has a long history with wine. Since 1865, Idaho residents have grown their own vineyards to create excellent wines. There are over 1,600 acres of vineyards in the state, which are processed in more than forty wineries across the state.
Farms may be used to raise animals, though those properties are often called ranches. Ranches can raise livestock like cattle for meat or dairy purposes, of which there are plenty in Idaho. In fact, Idaho ranks in the top five dairy producing states in the nation. However, these ranches can also raise horses for riding or racing purposes. Whichever the purpose, there are Idaho farms for sale that would be ideal for these pursuits.
WHERE TO LOOK
There are many places in Idaho in which to invest in farmland. Around the Treasure Valley, there are a few cities that maintain an agricultural lifestyle.
Kuna is a small town with a long history of agricultural pursuits. The community actively supports local farming practices with educational classes on growing techniques as well as a weekly Saturday Farmers Market during the growing season. However, not all of Kuna is focused on agricultural pursuits. Like all good towns, the people of Kuna are varied with many different backgrounds. Some are farmers, while some are more comfortable with the urban lifestyle. To reflect this, there are properties in Kuna on this website with all sorts of land and structures. Look into Kuna real estate for your next farm!
Though Eagle, Idaho, does not have a focus on agriculture as a community, there are still farms for sale in Eagle real estate. Eagle, Idaho, is a rural city with a population of 19,908, according to the 2010 census, and is located about 10 miles from Boise. Eagle is anything but crowded. The residents of Eagle are distributed across 29.4 square miles, which offers newcomers plenty of room to stretch their legs. There are many properties listed under Eagle with prices under $100,000 to prices up to $2,000,000. Look into Eagle, Idaho real estate to find a farm.
Nampa’s agriculture is abundant and productive. In fact, Nampa is the main distributor of sweet corn seed to the national economy. Nampa is the second largest city in Idaho and developed very quickly in the past decade. In this way there has been a shift away from farming, but there are still plenty of opportunities for successful agriculture in this area of Idaho.
If during your individual property search you find yourself confused, feel free to contact our real estate agents available on this site to help you in the search process. They are professionally trained agents who can quickly and effectively help you search through the Idaho farms for sale and find your preferred property.
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Listing information last updated on May 24th, 2017 at 1:37pm MDT.