If you are looking to buy or sell land in Chatham County for agricultural purposes please feel free to give me a call. I am Chatham County’s land expert and have worked with all types of agriculture needs from alpacas to pecans.
Buying and selling Ag land
If you are looking to sell Ag land feel free to call me or visit my page on selling land in Chatham County. I have a long list of people who are looking for land at any given time.
If you are looking to purchase land you may find yourself bouncing around websites such as Loopnet or Landwatch. Not all agricultural land is listed on these sites, nor does it all make it to the MLS. To search land for sale in Chatham via MLS feel free to search here using my advanced property search. Available properties change daily and I am aware of dozens of properties which have not made it to the Internet so feel free to contact me if you have a specific need. It is completely free and there is no obligation to call and ask me questions regarding land.
Types of agriculture
Agricultural land is any land used for the production of agriculture. Agriculture is the cultivation of animals, plants, biofuels, or other products used to sustain and enhance human life.There are several types of agriculture in Chatham County including plants, vegetables, fruits, herbs, livestock, and biofuel plants.
Chatham’s sustainable agriculture
I have met people from around the world who have traveled to Chatham County specifically for the purpose of working on or starting sustainable agriculture farms.
Chatham County’s Central Carolina Community College has offered a sustainable agriculture class since 1996. They explain on their website that “at the heart of sustainable agriculture is the commitment to preserve and improve environmental, public, and community health.
NCSU maintains a resource of articles and websites that assist with sustainable production you may want to visit here.
When someone is buying or selling ag land we look at hundreds of different aspects. One of these is soil testing. NC residents may get soils tested for free by the North Carolina Dept. of Agriculture.