Have you ever stopped to think about what an acre actually is, where it came from, why we use it, and why it’s the size it is? The historical origin of the acre might surprise you.
Vacant land is often an overlooked investment in real estate. When the right conditions are combined with research and experience, land could be the perfect investment.
Crop rotation is a great way to optimize a farmer's production and yield. Not only will it help the environment and increase output, it will improve the quality of the food we eat.
Enhancing soil quality improves your chances of harvesting a better yield and can boost productivity for all farmers, landscapers, gardeners, and lawn connoisseurs.
Wind farming is becoming the nation's largest renewable source of generating electricity and landowners in the U.S. are making money as a result. Is your land right for a wind farm?
Whether you're building your business, looking for land to hunt on, or seeking some farming real estate, the decision to lease or buy can make a big difference in your bottom line.
The price of an acre of land is volatile based on several variables. While valuing land is not an exact science, armed with some critical facts, it can be a great investment.
Water has a major effect on the environment, landscape, and survival for plants, animals, and humans. Since water is vital for life, it’s important that we take actions to preserve it.
With an average acreage of 50,887 and an average price tag of over $240 million, the nation's leading land listings are nothing short of incredible. Here are our picks for the top 10.
Corn isn't natural. It was engineered by a clever group of indigenous people who had no way of knowing they were playing a key role in what is now the world's 2nd largest produced crop.