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The Texas Department of Agriculture reports its state is the national leader in ranches and farms, with more than 248,000 of these properties covering 127 million acres in Texas. In fact, one out of every seven employed Texans works in agriculture. Considering this category of land makes up the bulk of the 167 million total acres of land in Texas, per the U.S. Census Bureau, it’s easy to see why ranching is such a huge part of the economy.
Texas is massive and its geography is diverse, but if ranching is your lifestyle, you’re bound to find properties from the High Plains all the way down south to the Rio Grande. Some seek real estate with mineral, oil and gas rights, while others want unrestricted land for recreation. There are cattle ranches in West Texas; land for grazing and row crops in the Panhandle; wild hog hunting properties in Texas Hill Country and a whole lot more. Check out United Country Real Estate’s listings below to find your ideal ranch property.