The foremost choice to assist sellers with Pennsylvania land auctions or Pennsylvania farm auctions is working with Certified Auctioneers. Certified Auctioneers can develop Pennsylvania land auction proposals tailored to the needs of each seller. By creating a detailed proposal, the Certified Auctioneer pinpoints for the seller the steps to a successful PA land auction or farm auction of his property.
Forty percent of the Pennsylvania farmland is dedicated to pasture. Yet the sale of livestock and livestock products account for 69 percent of Pennsylvania farm income. Leading the way, milk production is worth over $1.5 billion annually. In 2000, that represented 6.7 percent of the nation's total supply. Poultry production from broilers, eggs, turkeys, and chick totaled $644 million in 2000. Cattle, hogs, and sheep totaled $1.59 million during the same period.
The Keystone State is home to over 12 million. The state capital is Harrisburg and the largest city is Philadelphia. Historical points of interest such as Valley Forge National Historical Park, the Liberty Bell, and Independence Hall are plentiful. Bordering states include New York, New Jersey, Delaware, Maryland, West Virginia, and Ohio.
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