Bertie County was founded in 1722 and is comprised of 741 square miles of which 94% is land. The county seat is Windsor, which was founded in 1766. Located in the Northeastern corner of the state, this area is popular for duck hunting, coastal inland fishing, and farming.
Agriculture is in fact the largest revenue and employment for Bertie County and its citizens. As large swamps infiltrate from the coast, fertile uplands and lowlands are created making this area ideal for agriculture. The farmers in this area primarily grow soybeans, corn, tobacco, and cotton. Timber productions, livestock, and poultry are also becoming key to the agricultural economy of this area.
If you are seeking farms for sale, Bertie County is a great place to begin a new enterprise or expand an existing one. Bertie County also features open hunting land for sale between the Chowan and Roanoke Rivers on which you could build a cabin and base your hunting or fishing expeditions from.
If you are thinking of purchasing farms for sale in Bertie County, contact the AgCarolina branch in neighboring Martin County. AgCarolina is a leading lender for farm and agriculture loans and can offer trustworthy financial advice.
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