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North Carolina is one of the top farming states in the Southeast. The state ranks first in the nation for growing tobacco and sweet potatoes, second for poultry and eggs and third for pork and trout. North Carolina also is a top producer of cotton, soybeans, peanuts, hogs and pigs, nursery products and aquaculture products. Hemp is an increasingly popular crop in North Carolina, as is sage, which is produced in notable amounts in Bertie County. If you’re looking for North Carolina agricultural land for sale, you’ve come to the right place. Whether your ideal North Carolina agricultural land or farm is cropland, managed timberland, pastureland or large agricultural tracts for livestock, our agents offer hundreds of years of combined expertise in a variety of relevant backgrounds and work with a team approach to help match each buyer with the land that works best for them. Our agents will help you consider soils, water, flora and fauna, topography, location and climate, factors that greatly contribute to the success of the intended purposes for the land. From business ventures to quality of life changes, our team can help you find the North Carolina agricultural land for sale that you need.
In the eastern part of the state, Northeast North Carolina, Southeast North Carolina on the inland of the North Carolina Coast, farming is big business. Some of the largest farming operations in the country are located in eastern North Carolina. This is due to the Blacklands of Hyde, Tyrrell and Washington counties, so named for the dark, organic, high-yield and high-production soils. Row crops are also prevalent throughout the state’s coastal plain, including peanuts in the northeast corner of the state. Inland, in Central North Carolina, the soil consists of more clay, which is perfect for pasturelands of grass and hay as well as row crops. Let our agents help you find the right farms and agricultural land for sale in North Carolina.