Purchasing West Alabama ranch land is an excellent investment opportunity. With so much more to offer aside from its fertile soil, the topography of West Alabama is simply ideal for rearing horses and cattle. The Black Belt Region of Alabama, named for the fertile and rich soils that are found across the land, is a dream for anyone who wants to start a farm or a ranch.
Having nice hot summers and pleasantly mild winters makes it easy for livestock to thrive in West Alabama ranch land. And because Alabama has plenty of wide-open spaces (the state has a total area of 52,423 square miles), your cattle and horses have lots of room to graze.
There are several counties that one should consider if interested in investing it West Alabama ranch land. Tuscaloosa County, the second-largest county in Alabama, takes its name from the Choctaw chief Tuskalusa. With a population of nearly 200,000 the county has about 1,324 square miles of land and is a good choice for those who want to have their own ranch not too far from the college town of Tuscaloosa, which is home to The University of Alabama.
Marengo County, bordered by the counties of Wilcox, Choctaw, Clarke, Sumter, Hale, Dallas, Perry, and Greene, is another excellent choice for your own West Alabama ranch land. With the Tombigbee and Black Warrior rivers just around the bend, Marengo County has a mix of West Alabama Farm Land and Ranch Land.
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