Because of all its land conditions and natural resources, the U.S. has been one of the world’s leading agricultural producers for decades. About five years ago, the agro industry employed more than 750,000 people and brought in over $374 billion to the U.S. economy.
Not only does this iconic industry have so many benefits for the economy and job market, but for individual property owners as well. There are beautiful agro properties all across these great states that are waiting for you to start your career as an agricultural producer.
Texas is cattle ranch country. If you’re serious about becoming a rancher, then there is no other state more perfect than the Lone Star State. Nearly one out of every seven working Texans works on a ranch or another agriculture-related field — so you will always be surrounded by fellow ranchers who love land just as much as you.
Along with the quality ranches Texas has to offer, they also lead the country in overall agro land real estate value. Talk to your real estate agent about finding quality cattle ranches for sale today.
Another superstar player in the agricultural production industry is the Golden State. With the amount of crops available to produce, this country-leading, crop-producing state offers you a chance to earn a living producing just about anything. In California, you can start a career producing one of the 66 crops this great state has to offer, including pomegranates, walnuts, almonds, raisins, olives, kiwis and so much more. Of course, you can find other types of properties in this West Coast state, so the land you choose to buy is entirely up to you.
The Equality State, with over 30 million acres of land specifically used for agricultural production, is a great place to begin, continue, or finish up a career in the industry. Crop production coming from Wyoming amounted to over $520 million 2013 and that seems to still be on the rise. Home to the famous 1,800-acre Walton Ranch, you can find cattle ranches, luxury ranches, and many other types of property bordering the beautiful Grand Teton Mountain Range or Yellowstone National Park.