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[–] ViperCarbz 0 points 1 point (+1|-0) ago 

Middle of nowhere Midwest. Don't expect employment options though.

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[–] carnold03 ago 

That really depends on certain variables you've only vaguely specified. It reads like you want to live something of a monastic life out of a modular structure, but be able to have low property taxes, live in the country, and have access to static structures as well, such as a greenhouse.

While that's a solid start in criteria, you've offered no specifics to your situation, debt, age range, education, skill set, faith, social life, support network, and family members. That sort of thing.

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[–] Nutkase ago 

If go for the desert in arizona, or rural texas. Just my 2 cents.

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[–] Memorexem ago 

Middle of Kentucky. Most state parks in the US last I checked, you can get some fairly remote land that still keeps you about 30m away from a real city.

Also a Commonwealth state with very relaxed open carry and will-issue CCW licenses.

Plus bourbon.

But maybe not 10ac for 20k. But it's possible. There's some lots down from me about 90+ acres, you can always look around for somebody desperate and willing to split off part of a lot.

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[–] BaldMiscreant ago 

It's possible, at that price, but the terrain would be unsuitable for cultivation. Also, expect meth addicts. Chickens and small gardens are doable, though. Source: lots of relatives in ky.

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[–] Memorexem 1 point -1 points (+0|-1) ago 

I can assure you that, if you look, you can find some arable land at that price. It might not be pretty, and will require some work, but it's there. Those lots down my way grow corn, tobacco, and other such each year. They've been trying to sell them off for years, but can't and rent them to local farmers instead.

Right on about the meth addicts though, make sure you dye your farming chemicals! Lol

Source: I actually live here. ;)

P.s. Fuck chickens. Mean ass little used to be dinosaur motherfuckers. One animal I will ONLY keep if it's caged.

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[–] vonHugenbuben ago  (edited ago)

I hope the 20K is for the down payment. Land isnt cheap, no matter how far away from civilization you go. That being said, Missouri is a fairly cheap place to live, outside the cities and suburbs of course. I keep seeing land for sale in Texas County but I dont know much else about it. Untouched, have to build your own road, that sort of thing.

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[–] DanHalen ago 

Nebraska.