Hurdle Land and Realty Planting Roots to Support the American Farmer

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Hurdle Land and Realty has announced a special program designed to aid the American farmer through their continued efforts to make land ownership a reality for everyone. The southeast agricultural real estate company will donate $100 to the Future Farmers of America for every property sold in 2013.

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For over four decades, we have promoted and financed the farmer. We provide them with a simple way to own, work and improve their own land.

To stand behind an idea is one thing, but to play an active role in the progression of that concept is another. This year Hurdle Land and Realty is putting their money with their mouth is in support of the American farmer. Inspired by the Ram Truck Super Bowl ad featuring narration by the late radio broadcaster Paul Harvey, Hurdle Land and Realty has initiated a special program benefiting the Future Farmers of America (FFA). For every farm sold in 2013, Hurdle Land and Realty will be donating $100 to the FFA.

“Farming is what we promote in our business,” marked Hurdle Land and Realty's, Geoff Hurdle. “For over four decades, we have promoted and financed the farmer. We provide them with a simple way to own, work and improve their own land.”

Hurdle Land and Realty was founded on the belief that farming is an essential part of American culture and aides in driving the domestic economy forward. By supporting the FFA and the important role they play in the agricultural industry, Hurdle is effectively helping to create stronger farming communities. The rural real estate professionals state they are continuously seeking ways in which they can help turn dreams of owning and working farmland into realities.

Geoff Hurdle added that supporting the American farmer has always been at the center of their mission and will continue to be so. “Since the beginning the public has referred to our developments as ‘baby farms,’” commented Hurdle. “They may not be the large thousand acre ranches like they farm in Oklahoma, but they still contribute to the age old spirit of the American farmer. Not everyone farms their land after they purchase, but we promote it as such and always will.”

Hurdle offers a variety of rural land tracts anywhere in size from 2 to 80 acres at affordable rates. Farms are located in areas throughout the Southeast, covering the states of Georgia, Alabama, South Carolina and Tennessee. The rural land developers also offer simple financing at competitive interest rates, without the need to go through mortgage or lending companies.

To learn more or see available properties, visit Hurdle Land and Realty’s website at http://www.hurdle.com or call, 800-762-4851.

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