Farms and Ranches For Sale in Guanacaste
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Have you ever thought about owning and operating a farm or ranch in Costa Rica?
After the terrible drought in parts of the USA and cold winters in Canada, maybe it is time to think about paradise!! We have a number of farms and ranches for sale suitable for the hobby farmer or for those that want a full time operation. Some are located close to the beach, while others are located higher up in mountains where the weather is cooler and growing conditions are different than at the beach. Just think! A year- round growing season, and no snow to shovel! You could raise whatever your heart desires – cattle, horses, teak farm, sugar cane, ilan ilan trees (flowering tree providing fragrance for Chanel perfume) or fruits such as watermelon, bananas, cantaloupes, pineapple, oranges, grapefruit. The list is endless!
Operating a ranch or finca here will be different but the basics still apply. You will be able to find very qualified labor that know horses, cattle, plants, trees and can operate all the necessary equipment for a salary of $400 to $500 per month. You will have to provide a simple place to live and food but costs are very reasonable. Water is not a problem at any of the farms as the ground water is close to the surface in Costa Rica and is a of a high quality - you can drink the water anywhere in the country. In the province of Guanacaste, we are dry for 6 months of the year but this dry season is predictable and you can plan around it. Costa Rica is an agricultural paradise where farms can be much smaller than we are used to because we can produce a lot more off one acre than you can off 20 acres or more in the North America. Plus, you can pick your climate. Because the weather is cooler and the grass grows non-stop year round closer to the interior mountains, top notch beef cattle like Herefords, Simmental or Black Angus could do well there. And since horses are a very important part of history of the province of Guanacaste, a first rate horse breeding ranch would do well.