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Seeking Land for sale in Oregon. Open to trade possibilities.

 
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Does anybody know of land for sale by owner in Oregon ? I am looking for a at least 15 acres or so for the following activities : organic  farming, having, raising a few cows,  sheep, goats and bees. So it needs to have water rights an be able to allow for an off the grid building. An available water source would be vital too. I am open to a trade. We build bungee trampoline systems and electric and gas operated trains. Those system have been a great source of income for their owners ., so we are open to trading new train or bungee trampoline for land in Oregon. If anybody know of anybody with  land that fits the profile, I would appreciate the input.
 
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Hi Ana, I'm curious.  I can imagine a bungee trampoline, but I'm curious about the trains.  Are you talking about full sized trains, that run on standard tracks, or something else?

We are looking into buying land in Oregon, not far from Portland, and if we found some we would then be looking for caretakers for that land.  
 
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