ATG is proud to announce the sale of a dryland wheat and CRP farm in Walla Walla County. The Walla Walla Valley has long been known as one of the most fertile agricultural areas in the nation. The climate of the valley is ideal for dryland grain production and is known for producing high-quality wheat that primarily goes to the export markets. In the past few years, Walla Walla has become one of the main attractions for wine and arts tourism as the area gets national and world recognition for its quality wine.
Overall, Washington is the fourth largest wheat producer in the United States. Washington ranks second in the country in the diversity of crops grown; 230 different crops are grown across the state including apples, raspberries, hops, cherries, wheat, and onions to name just a few.
Low interest rates continue to make agricultural land an attractive investment and the COVID-19 pandemic has reminded people that the basics in life, food and agriculture, are extremely important. Our portfolio of available properties represents real estate and business opportunities that we've hand-selected as offering good potential for the right buyer. However, we also regularly work with clients that place a higher value on confidentiality than on public disclosure. So if you don't see what you are looking for on our site, please contact us so we can learn more about your specific goals and priorities.
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