Oregon Horse Property and Horse Farms for Sale

Oregon Horse Information and Horse Statistics at bottom

Oregon Counties with horse properties and horse ranches for sale are: Baker, Benton, Clackamas, Clatsop,Columbia, Coos, Crook, Curry, Deschutes, Douglas, Gilliam, Grant, Harney, HoodRiver, Jackson, Jefferson, Josephine, Klamath, Lake, Lane, Lincoln, Linn, Malheur, Marion, Morrow, Multnomah, Polk, Sherman, Tillamook, Umatilla, Union, Wallowa,Wasco, Washington, Wheeler, and Yamhill County

Oregon Land provides rich and fertile soil for your horses and other equine friends. It is ideal for growing grass and other agricultural products, such apples and potatoes.

Check out the following Equestrian Horse Trails and Camping Places: Deschutes National Forest, the Fremont-Winema National Forest, the 1.7 Million acrea Malheur National Forest, Mt. Hood National Forest, Ochoco National Forest, Rogue River-Siskiyou National Forest, Siuslaw National Forest, Umatilla National Forest, Wallowa-Whitman National Forest and the Willamette National Forest.

The equestrian community in Oregon is quite large and diverse in disciplines and breeds. The price of land is still affordable, especially for those relocating from California. Central Oregon enjoys as many as 300 days of sunshine per year, and Ashland in southern Oregon features the Tony-Award winning Oregon Shakespeare Festival. Oregon is home to natural wonders such as Hells Canyon, the deepest river gorge in North America, and Crater Lake, the deepest lake in the United States. It is world renowned for its beautiful blue waters.  Oregon is one of only five states with no sales tax. Overall, Oregon has a highly diverse agricultural industry. Farms and ranches in Oregon produce more than 250 commodities, from wheat and cattle to grasses and grass seed, a variety of berries including grapes, many types of vegetables, and of course, Christmas trees. Oregon ranches and farms tend to use conservation-minded ranching practices, and a fair share are engaged in sustainable agriculture. Many Oregon ranches for sale are family owned operations. Cattle ranches often acquire additional grazing leases of BLM lands (Bureau of Land Management), like in other states like California and New Mexico, since a good portion of Oregon land is owned by the federal government and managed by this department.

Oregon's wild horses have found protection on certain Oregon ranches that have devoted their efforts to becoming wild horse sanctuaries. The Kiger Mustang which is now actually an established breed, was originally discovered in a remote area of Beatty's Butte in southeast Oregon, and such herds can now be found throughout Oregon. A Kiger Mustang was used as the model for the animated feature film, Spirit - Stallion of the Cimarron from Dream Works Pictures.

Buyers will often find that Oregon land for sale and Oregon ranches for sale have horse breeding and training as their focus. Oregon has a great variety in climate, topography, and agricultural conditions. While many out-of-staters associate Oregon with rain, there are areas in eastern Oregon that get no more than 12 inches of rain each year.

Southeastern and central Oregon land produces primarily hay and cattle. Central Oregon land also grows a wide range of crops, including vegetable seeds and grains. Northeastern Oregon land produces wheat and livestock as well as various fruits, such as cherries, apples, and pears. Wine appellations in Oregon can be found in western and northern Oregon. The demand for Oregon land for sale, Oregon ranches for sale, Oregon horse property and farms, and rural homes in Oregon has soared during the last 10 years. The market has been fueled by pricey California, Oregon's neighbor to the south, from which ranchers, farmers, horse breeders and trainers have moved to Oregon to increase the size of their acreage holding and thereby expand and grow their business. A land of great beauty and great diversity, Oregon offers many opportunities for those who follow the trail that leads them there!
Below is a list of Oregon properties

Central Oregon is known to be horse-friendly, and by some estimates has one of the highest rates of horse ownership in Oregon. Many smaller properties of only a few acres have barns or corrals. Larger ranch-type properties may include multiple paddocks and arenas, and a few have indoor facilities. A key advantage to having a horse in the Sisters area is easy access to hundreds of thousands of acres of BLM and Forest Service lands


Horse Population: 168,000 horses
Population: 3,641,056
Land Area: 95,997 sq mi. (248,632 sq km)
Capital: Salem
Counties: 36
State Parks: 231
Highest Point: Mt. Hood with 11,235 ft (3,424 m)
Lowest Point: Pacific Ocean
Geographic Center: In Crook Co., 25 mi. SSE of Prineville

10 largest Cities:

Portland: 533,427
Salem: 148,751
Eugene: 144,515
Gresham: 96,072
Beaverton: 85,775
Hillsboro: 84,533
Medford: 70,147
Bend: 67,152
Springfield: 55,641
Corvallis: 49,553


Oregon Horse Properties



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