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Agricultural and agribusiness properties in PEI

Explore agricultural and agribusiness properties for sale in Prince Edward Island

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For sale $660,000
1371 Green Meadows Road, green meadows, Prince Edward Island

1371 Green Meadows Road

Green Meadows, Prince Edward Island

4 Bedroom 1 Bathroom
For sale $2,000,000
4870 AA Macdonald Highway|Route 4, brudenell, Prince Edward Island

4870 Aa Macdonald Highway, Route 4

Brudenell, Prince Edward Island

For sale $199,900
818 Bear River Road, bear river, Prince Edward Island

818 Bear River Road

Bear River, Prince Edward Island

For sale $514,000
22 Farrar Road, appin road, Prince Edward Island

22 Farrar Road

Appin Road, Prince Edward Island

3 Bedroom 2 Bathroom
For sale $1,200,000
11048 Route 6, clinton, Prince Edward Island

11048 Route 6

Clinton, Prince Edward Island

For sale $2,790,000
3816 Route 19, cumberland, Prince Edward Island

3816 Route 19

Cumberland, Prince Edward Island

4 Bedroom 2 Bathroom
For sale $147,500
317 Diversion Road, mount pleasant, Prince Edward Island

317 Diversion Road

Mount Pleasant, Prince Edward Island

Agricultural property and farms in PEI

Agricultural and agribusiness properties are large acreages with a history of farming that generally consist of a house, barns and other outbuildings. Most of these properties will have been used for a particular agricultural purpose and will be set up for that purpose.

Whether you’re interested in dairy, market garden, potato, hogs, beef, or another type of farming – you’ll find the farm for you in our listings

Our agricultural listings also include large tracts of land that can be used for different purposes. In Prince Edward Island, many property owners rent land to farmers due to the province’s booming potato business.  

It’s important to be aware that, to control blight, the government restricts potato crops to once every three years. However, that has been somewhat relaxed to every two years once specific plans are filed and approved.

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