In a country where almost 40 million Americans hunt and fish there will always be a need for one of this worlds greatest and time-honored possessions: Land. Currently 60% of wildlife areas in the U.S. permit hunting. These areas can sometimes be few and far between however and because most hunters probably cannot afford to just buy farms for sale, many rely on relationships with owners of one of the country’s 2.2 million farms or hunting land. Although somewhat a scarcity, hunters and community members should consider forming groups or pooling money to snag any nearby farmland for sale.
1.) Usage With over 220 million days a year spent hunting by Americans there will always be a desire and demand for hunting land for sale. Buying farms for sale would allow hunters to establish their own land they can use as they please, or establish some sort of agreement with other local hunters to rotate use.
2.) Job Support Most communities should be interested and invested in having an active hunting population. Over a million jobs a year are supported by hunting. Vacant land for sale could even be rejuvenated and turned around as cheap hunting land for sale.
3.) The Means Almost $8 million-a-day is donated to wildlife agencies and conservation from hunters and anglers. If just some of this money were put towards the purchase of farms for sale those areas could easily be used for hunting.