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3220 Acres (Fitler Farms Hunting Lodge) in Issaquena County in Rolling Fork, MS
Issaquena County, Mississippi
Fitler Farms is on 3,220+/- acres in Issaquena County that checks all the land lovers boxes! As you enter the property, you are greeted by the 7,000+/...
1445 Acres (5 Star Hunting Club) in Carroll County in Carrollton, MS
Carroll County, Mississippi
1,445 Acres in Carroll County, MS Only 10 Minutes from Greenwood, MS Road Frontage on Highway 7 10,000 SF Lodge with Private Suites Professional Grade...
Lake Cavalier Road 1160
Madison County, Mississippi
This tract offers a rare opportunity to purchase a very large tract located in southern Madison County, (890 acres) and east Hinds County (270 acres)....
2,181 Acre Recreational/Timber Tract
Clay County, Mississippi
This property offers a rare opportunity to own a large tract in one of the most game rich areas of Mississippi. This property is primarily managed har...
Land for Sale on the Big Black River Claiborne County MS
Claiborne County, Mississippi
Deer and duck hunting land for sale on the Big Black River. Cane Lake is located at the dead end of Moulder Road. This +/- 3264 acre tract is an outdo...
373 Acres (Honor Hill Farm) in Pearl River County in Poplarville, MS
Pearl River County, Mississippi
This 373+/- acre Equestrian paradise in Poplarville, Mississippi, is the most breathtaking place imaginable. Upon entering the Honor Hill Farms gates,...
2,253 +/- Acres: Jefferson County, Mississippi Recreational Timberland For Sale
Jefferson County, Mississippi
$1,000,000 PRICE REDUCTION!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Contentment Plantation has everything an outdoorsman could want! This property is bounded by roads...
2490 Beach Boulevard
Harrison County, Mississippi
Located on the beach and just a short walk to the MS Coast Coliseum. Closest available parcel to the proposed Popps ferry extension to Hwy 90 from I10...
1883 Acres in Issaquena County (River Bend Hunting Club) in Mayersville, MS
Issaquena County, Mississippi
This 1,883+/- acre tract in Issaquena County, MS, is cut off from the outside world, uniquely set on a bend of the Mississippi River at the end of pub...
Riverfront Timber Investment Property for Sale Mississippi
Attala County, Mississippi
Riverfront property and timber investment property for sale in Mississippi. 1,678 acres located in Attala County 14 miles north of Kosciusko and 8 mil...
Land for Sale in Mississippi
It's not a particularly large state, with 48,441 miles, but land for sale in Mississippi is rich in natural resources and home to nearly three million people. The capital of Jackson and the surrounding area are home to about one-fifth of the state's population of 2.984 million. Other major cities include Hattiesburg, Biloxi, and Oxford.
Mississippi was the first state to have a planned community college system.
In 1902, President Theodore "Teddy" Roosevelt refused to shoot an already captured bear, later dubbed, the teddy bear.
Root beer was invented in Biloxi by Edward Adolf Barq, Sr. in 1898. And, yes, Elvis was born in Tupelo in 1935.
Crops and harvests
The previously mentioned natural resources include a mild climate, with fertile soil, and good rainfall, making the land for sale in Mississippi prime for agriculture. The top five agricultural products include cotton, soybeans, broiler chickens and aquaculture, or farm-raised catfish. Cotton totals up to about 13 percent of the state's cash crop. Other crops, like much of the south, include sweet potatoes, rice, peanuts, and wheat. Fruits produced here include watermelon, peaches and Muscadine grapes.
Like neighboring Alabama, Mississippi is productive in shrimping of the Gulf of Mexico. Other saltwater catches include red snapper and oysters.
Mississippi has an abundance of timber area throughout the state including pine, oak, and gum. Mineral products harvested include petroleum, natural gas, coal, crushed stone, and sand and gravel in this southern state.
Casinos are a popular attraction for residents and tourists alike. Mississippi ranks third in the country for casino income, behind Nevada and New Jersey.
A lowland and slower paced state
Mississippi's topography reveals the state lies within two lowland plains. The Delta, or Mississippi Alluvial Plain, starts south of Vicksburg and measures up one-third of the state to the north. The Gulf Coastal Plain fills the rest of the state. The highest natural point in the state is Woodall Mountain, measuring 807 feet.
If you enjoy life in a slower pace with naturally good weather, Mississippi may be the place for you. If you’re looking for farmland, rural hunting or fishing land Mississippi has it all, ranging from small plots of land less than 10 acres to 500+ acres, as is potential development acreage. At Farms USA, you can find Mississippi land for sale for under $30,000 and up, whether you are looking along the coast, in the pines, or near the state capital.