About North Dakota

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North Dakota is a very large, yet sparsely populated, state that’s located in the Upper Midwestern region of the United States. Its population has actually barely changed over the past century, even though the urban-to-rural ratio has dramatically shifted over the years. As of now, one-sixth of the people in North Dakota live in the city of Fargo and that number is constantly growing.

The state has a strong economy with great job growth, low housing vacancies, and unemployment that’s lower than the national average. Much of this growth has been credited to the development of the Bakken oil shale fields in the western part of the state. People from all around the country are traveling to North Dakota, where there’s a surplus of well-paying jobs due to the oil boom. Not only is North Dakota the number two oil producing state in the country, but it’s also had growth in the technology and service sectors.

While North Dakota may be most known now for its thriving oil industry, North Dakota’s earliest industries were actually agriculture and fur trading. Although less than ten percent of the state’s population is currently employed in the agricultural sector, it still remains a major part of the state’s economy. North Dakota is ranked 9th in the nation in terms of the value of the state’s crops and it’s 18th in terms of total value of agricultural products sold. 90 percent of North Dakota’s land area is dedicated to farms. The state has 27.5 million acres of cropland, making it the 3rd largest in the country.

If you’re looking for horse properties or horse farms in North Dakota, we encourage you to contact us or get in touch with one of our real estate agents. We look forward to hearing from you!

  North Dakota in Numbers :
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img Horse Population : Approximately 40,000
img Total Economic Impact: $ -- billion
img Capital : Bismarck
img Population : 636,677
img Land area : 68,976 sq. miles
img Counties: 53
img Highest Point : White Butte:  3,506 feet
img Lowest Point : Red River: 750 feet
img Geographic Center: Located in Mercer County
img 10 largest Cities:
 
  • Fargo: 90,672
  • Bismarck: 57,377
  • Grand Forks: 49,792
  • Minot: 34,984
  • West Fargo: 19,487
  • Mandan: 17,225
  • Dickinson: 15,666
  • Jamestown: 14,826
  • Williston: 12,193
  • Wahpeton: 8,220
 
$1,450,000
Cozy Corner Reindeer Ranch

Minot, Ward County, North Dakota


Reindeer Ranch, Entertainers Dream, B & B, Magnificent, Sanctuary, call it what you may. As soon as you see this ranch you will want to stay. This home features every gourmet chefs dream kitchen with Premium Alder Cabinets and a gorgeous stone backsplash. The main floor living room boasts an elaborate 30 foot stone fireplace and hand scraped Asian Walnut wood flooring throughout. Also on the main floor you will find a grand dining room, spacious bedroom, bathroom, and a laundry room with tons of Premium Alder Cabinets for all your storage needs. Upstairs is the Deluxe Master Suite featuring two walk in closets, and a master bath with a spa tub and separate cave shower with two shower heads. In the walkout lower level there is a large living room with a fireplace, a bedroom, and a huge bedroom that could easily be converted to two. The lower level also includes a utility room fitted with 2' thick concrete walls and ceiling suitable for a storm or bomb shelter, wine cellar, or a storage room. There is SO much more to see in this home! This property is serviced by 2 wells suitable for drinking, 3 fenced areas for your Reindeer or animals of choice. The rustic yet elegant beauty of this property is truly breathtaking. From the rolling hills to the towering beams carved from South Dakota ponderosa pine, this place is perfectly suited for entertaining guests or raising a family.

Brooke Clock , Elite Real Estate

10.09 ACRES
4 BEDROOMS
3 BATHROOMS
4382 SQ FT

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