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About Wisconsin

The Badger state encompasses 41.9 million acres, just over 65,498 square miles. Located in the midwestern region of the United States, part of its northern border is formed by Lake Superior, and its eastern border is formed by Lake Michigan. Neighboring states include Michigan, Illinois, Iowa, and Minnesota.
Wisconsin’s name derives from an Algonquian word, Meskonsing, meaning “it lies red” and referring to the red sandstone along the Wisconsin River. Wisconsin became the 30th state of the union in 1848.
Its nickname, the Badger State, dates back to the 1800s when lead miners dug holes for their lodgings, burrowing like badgers, to survive the harsh winters. Subsequently, the badger is the official state animal. The state flower is the Blue Violet, and the state bird is the American Robin.
The state is made up of 72 counties. Madison is the capital and the second largest city. Milwaukee is the largest city.

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Sawyer County, WI
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0.96± Acres
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$916,000
New Listing
Ashland County, WI
This is the perfect setup for Deer Camp. Hunt this 120 Acres or roam into the adjacent, Ashland County forest. West 40 Acres is a mix of Hardwoods and Fir (this is where the outbuilding is located). East 80 is lower ground featuring springs, a small ...
120± Acres
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$279,900
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Waushara County, WI
Have you ever wanted to own a legacy, premier, waterfowl property? This CONSERVANCY PROPERTY has a rare blend of habitat, feed, cover, high-ground, remote location, and proximity to large waterfowl production areas. This property is surrounded by the...
42.3± Acres
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$170,000
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Sheboygan County, WI
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7.8± Acres
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$70,000
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Polk County, WI
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4.8± Acres
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$60,000
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Regions

Wisconsin’s main land regions are the Lake Superior Lowland, Northern Highland, Central Plain, Western Upland, and the Eastern Ridges and Lowlands.

Agriculture

Agriculture continues to be a top industry for the Badger state, generating $104.8 billion in revenues. There are approximately 64,100 farms in Wisconsin, covering 14.2 million acres. The average size farm comprises 222 acres. Agriculture makes a significant contribution to all 72 counties.
Wisconsin’s top commodities are dairy products (specifically milk), cattle/calves, and corn. The state also grows substantial quantities of soybeans, potatoes, and cranberries. Most of the cropland is found in the southern two-thirds of the state.

Wildlife

Wisconsin wildlife is abundant on both land and water. Popular wildlife include white-tailed deer, moose, wolves, black bear, red fox, badgers, and turkey. Diverse fishing opportunities across the state include largemouth bass, black crappie, bluegill, musky, and lake sturgeon.
Wisconsin is committed to conserving its land, waters, and wildlife habitats from the threats of climate change and contamination.

Major Rivers and Lakes

Wisconsin’s three longest rivers are the Mississippi River, Wisconsin River, and Rock River. Their main tributaries include the Chippewa River, St. Croix River, Pecatonica River, Kishwaukee River, and Green River.
Lake Superior, the largest lake in Wisconsin, is located on the northern edge of Wisconsin. The surface area of this lake is approximately 20.2 million acres (31,700 square miles). Other significant lakes include Lake Michigan and Lake Winnebago, which exceed 14.4 million surface area acres.

State and National Parks

Wisconsin has 66 state parks and 2 national parks.

National Parks:

  • Apostle Islands National Lakeshore
  • Saint Croix National Scenic Riverway

 

State Summary
Nickname The Badger State
Neighboring States Michigan, Illinois, Iowa, and Minnesota
Regions Lake Superior Lowland, Northern Highland, Central Plain, Western Upland, and Eastern Ridges and Lowlands.
State Flower Blue Violet
State Bird American Robin
Big Game White-tailed deer, bear, and turkey
Small Game Rabbit, squirrel, and waterfowl
Freshwater Fish Largemouth bass, black crappie, bluegill, musky, and lake sturgeon
Saltwater Fish N/A
Hunting Information https://dnr.wisconsin.gov/topic/Hunt
Total Acreage 41.9 million acres
Total Public Land Acreage 34.8 million acres
Average Annual Rainfall 34 inchess
Farmland by Acreage 14.2 million acres
Woodlands by Acreage 16 million acres
Coastline N/A
Conservation Program https://dnr.wisconsin.gov/
Primary Crops Corn and Hay
Largest Lake Lake Superior
Other Lakes Lake Michigan, Lake Winnebago, and Lake Pepin
Major Rivers Mississippi River, Wisconsin River, and Rock River
Other Tributaries Chippewa River, St. Croix River, Pecatonica River, Kishwaukee River, and Green River

Our Rural Real Estate Offices

Mossy Oak Properties Wisconsin began with the goal of becoming a trusted resource for folks looking to buy or sell rural land for sale in Wisconsin. Our land brokers and agents understand what people are looking for in rural property because we share the same lifestyle and love for the land as you do. We understand the importance of honor and integrity and that buying or selling land is an emotional and life-changing experience for consumers.
Only Mossy Oak Properties Wisconsin can provide the powerful combination of brand strength, local expertise, quality service, and national exposure. Whether you want to buy or sell rural real estate, a Mossy Oak Properties land specialist is a must-have on your team.

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