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LandWatch data lists $6 billion of Missouri land listings and ranches for sale. With tens of thousands of properties and rural land for sale in the state, LandWatch has a total of 511,971 acres of Missouri land for sale. The average price of land parcels and ranches for sale in Missouri is $342,201. Missouri's main agricultural products are soybeans, cattle, corn, and hogs. In terms of size, Missouri is the country's 21st-largest state, covering an area of 69,709 square miles (45 million acres). Wildlife to be found on land for sale in Missouri include whitetail deer, turkey, quail, ducks, and dove. Fishermen have their pick of bass, catfish, walleye, pike, and trout.

The Show-Me State might as well be the Show-Off State when it comes to outdoor recreation. Missouri's sprawling Mark Twain National Forest has 1.4 million acres of land open to public hunting, in addition to numerous state conservation areas as well as private land available to hunt. Missouri is also home to the country's longest rail-trail conversion, the 240-mile Katy Trail, which follows the course of the Missouri River.
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The state of Missouri is the 18th most populated state and the 21st in size in the United States, at 69,709 square miles. The state's unofficial nickname is "The Show Me State," some believe due to residents being skeptical, and needing to see something with their own eyes before believing what someone tells them. More recently, the slogan "Enjoy the Show" has been used to promote tourism. Missouri borders Iowa to the north, Kentucky, Illinois, and Tennessee to the east, Arkansas to the south and to the west are Oklahoma, Kansas, and Nebraska. There are four large urban areas including St. Louis, Kansas City, Springfield, and Columbia.

Missouri has a diverse geography, with plains in the north and in the southeast, the Ozark Mountains in the south, and two major rivers, the Mississippi River and the Missouri River, for which the state is named. Much of Missouri's climate is humid, cold, and snowy in the winter, and hot and humid in the summer.

Some of Missouri's primary industries include aerospace, transportation equipment, food processing, chemicals, printing and publishing, electrical equipment, light manufacturing, beer, and wine. Agriculture also contributes to the economy, with major products being animal-based, such as beef, poultry, pork, eggs, and dairy, as well as crops, such as soybeans, hay, corn, sorghum, cotton, and rice. Missouri is second only to Texas for the number of farms in the state. Missouri is one of the leading producers of lead and lime in the U.S. Tourism is also important to the economy, with plenty of outdoor recreational activities, such as hiking, camping, fishing, and hunting, with the benefit of several large cities, and the arts and entertainment they offer.