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Washington land auctions for orchards and farms, online bidding available

Washington Land Auctions for Orchards and Farms

Farmland covers about a third of the Washington land available for Washington real estate auctions.  Farm auctions of apple orchards for sale as well as farmland suitable for another 230 different crops offer sellers an excellent way to realize best profits.  Auctioneers perform land analysis for sellers, evaluate properties and create specific auction marketing plans for each parcel, which may include Washington online only land auctions.

Washington land auctions for orchards and farms

Washington landThe state’s 33,000 farms cover 15 million acres with the average farm size of 458 acres.  Several factors enable successful farming in the state:

  1. Farm products can be readily transported via six deepwater ports located in Western Washington.
  2. Being that Central Washington is desert but sophisticated irrigation systems have transformed it into the most productive agricultural land in the state.  Almost half of the farms are irrigated.
  3. Soils vary from rich loam in valleys to desert sand.  In view of that rich soil developed over millions of years of volcanoes, glaciers, floods, and winds.
  4. The state has several climate zones in the view of the fact of location.  Near the Pacific Ocean, the Maritime climate zone results in cooler summers and warmer winters.  In the Olympic Mountains, rainfall is 140 inches.  The central part of the state is a Desert climate zone in view of that fact rainfall is less than 10 inches.  More over most of the eastern part of the state is in the Steppe climate zone (hot summers, cold winters) with 10 to 20 inches of rain per year

Ag Production: Washington land auctions for orchards and farm

Consequently the state leads the nation in agricultural production of apples (57 percent of nation’s supply valued at $1.75 billion.  To that fact Washington farmers also lead in the production of raspberries (92 percent), hops (77 percent), spearmint oil (75 percent), sweet cherries (51 percent) concord grapes (46 percent), pears (46 percent), peppermint oil (41 percent), and prunes and plums (38 percent).  Other main crops include barley, alfalfa hay, corn, lentils, onions, wine grapes, apricots, peaches, canola, garbanzo beans, blueberries, aquaculture, forest products, and varieties of vegetable seeds.

Washington landBeing that, after apples, milk is the most valuable commodity, then wheat, potatoes, cattle and calves.  Therefore animal production includes over a million cattle and calves.  Seeing that a quarter of a million are dairy cows.  Also while dairy farms are traditionally located in the Puget Sound area of Western Washington, more are popping up in Columbia Basin and Yakima Valley in the eastern part of the state.  Seafood production includes oysters, mussels, clams, geoducks, and trout.

Counties: Washington land auctions for orchards and farm

The most northwestern state of the lower 48, Washington is home to 6.6 million residents.  Olympia is the capital and Seattle is the largest city (pop. about 600,000).

For property evaluation and land analysis, select from the list of counties below:

Adams, Asotin, Benton,Chilean, Clallam, Clark
In addition to: Columbia, Cowlitz, Douglas
Also, Ferry, Franklin, Garfield
Grant, Grays HarborIslands Jefferson
King, Kitsap, Kitties, Klickitat
Lewis, Lincoln, Mason, Okanogan
Pacific, Pend Oreille, Pierce, San Juan
More over, Skagit,Skamania,Snohomish
Spokane, Stevens, Thurston, Wahkiakum
Walls Walla, Whatcom, Whitman
In addition to Yakima

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