West Virginia owes its 4-H clubs to the farming community of Monroe County, WV. In 1907, the county residents formed the first Corn Club in West Virginia – the forerunner to the organization we now know as 4-H. Farm land in Monroe County sustains cattle, dairy and sheep farming, as well as as crops such as hay, corn, oats, wheat and tobacco.
Looking for farms for sale in Monroe County, WV? Start your search here! Whether you’re looking to take over a working farm or to purchase raw farmland to start your own small farm, you’ll find what you’re looking for in Monroe County. Find farms and ranches with fresh water, existing fencing, barns, tillable land for planting crops, pasture and grazing land for cattle, sheep, poultry and more. Towns with farms for sale in Monroe County, WV, include Union, Peterstown, Alderson and more!