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Michigan is home to diverse terrain and the great climate makes ranching to be well-suited for many different ranching opportunities. You will be able to find your perfect Michigan ranch property.
Beef cattle and dairy cows are a significant part of ranching in Michigan. Other than cattle, other livestock such as pigs, goats, sheep, and poultry can be found on their ranches. Other than the animals on the ranches, the wildlife that is relevant in Michigan are moose, cougars, bears, and deer. Out of every state that hunts deer, Michigan is deemed one of the best.
The biggest private ranch owner in Michigan is Plum Creek with 650,000 acres since 2006. Michigan as a state is home to 12,000 farms and ranches. Michigan produces about 300 commodities which makes it the second most diverse agriculture industry in the country, just behind California.