[before_listing id=208 images= youtube=null] I’ve been increasingly more interested in finding a piece of land near enough to Ogden to maintain my current employment (until I replace it) but far enough to be away. I’m currently working on helping my parents turn their 5 acre yard into a fully sustained farm and would like to use those skills for my wife and I to sustain ourselves year round independent of urban lifestyle. If anyone knows of good sites or sellers or donations nearby, let me know.[landbuddy_listing id=208 youtube=null]

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4 Responses to “Looking for suitable homestead”

  1. Craig Swenson

    Cheap land in NW Nebraska. Try Hiway 20 area.

  2. jesse Brown

    Hi, I have several parcels that may be of interest to you. They are located in Southern Utah, but could definitely work if you are willing to move check out my webpage

  3. aeniph

    I’m not actually terribly opposed to moving. What information do you have? I’d like to review it please.

  4. WestTexasLawrence

    I was going to suggest buying some abandoned farm land in the Pecos, Texas area…as cheap as
    $100-300/acre……but, you posted a map of your preferred area northwest of me about 1000 miles.
    So, never mind.

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