This acreage was previously farm land and although primarily wooded, it could easily be converted to pasture, horse farms, farming or left as a timber/hunting/recreation investment. This acreage is composed of rolling hills, several nice pond sites and beautiful home sites., and is excellent arable farm land for sale as investment. This trend of increasing cultivated land is apparent from the mid-eighties to today. These observations imply that land is being farmed much more intensively without much time to fallow and allow the soil to rejuvenate. Pasture and woodlot are also being cut down at the expense of cultivation.

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