The price is $300 U.S. dollars per hectare ($120 per acre).
The cost of The entire land $3 375 000 U.S. dollars.
Such an inexpensive price for land plots has developed due to non-cultivation of land plots for more than 8 years. Shrubs and trees have grown in many areas.
On this land you can make a beautiful ranch and graze cattle. Also on this land you can grow crops (wheat, barley, oats, rye) oilseeds or plant (amaranth, sunflower, soybean, canola) and receive income from it.
Penza region is associated with the construction of fortifications on the southeastern borders of the Russian state, designed to protect against Nagay raids. In 1664, the Penza fortress was mentioned, which was built on the site of the former Cherkasy settlement, in which people from left-bank Ukraine lived. In the eighteenth century, the Nogai raids began to decline, Penza became an ordinary, simplest Russian city, living through the trade in bread and handicraft production. The city grew and developed during the 19th century. By the beginning of the 20th century, more than a hundred factories were working here, producing paper, furniture, matches and other goods.
According to travelers, Penza was a very large beautiful and pleasant city to live in.
Penza region is traditionally a Russian region. All other nationalities make up only 15% of the total population. In a small area of 43 000 square kilometers. 1.4 million people settled quite compactly. The administrative center is the city of Penza with a population of 520 000 people.
Penza region is located in the southeastern part of Russia, and is included in the Volga Federal District.
It borders on four regions: Ulyanovsk, Saratov, Tambov, Ryazan and the Republic of Mordovia.
The landscape of the Penza region is typical of central Russia. This is a forest-steppe along which about 300 rivers and streams flow, the largest Khoper, Moksha and Sura.
The main commercial species of fish: bream, roach, perch, pike, dace, bleak, top, white-eye, asp, ide. Protected species – sterlet.
65% of the territory is black soil, therefore, agriculture is one of the main directions of development of the region.
Penza region is temperate continental. Here, mild summers and winters, with an average temperature in July of + 25 ° C, and in February −7 ° C. On average, 450-500 millimeters of precipitation falls annually.
Farmland occupies 70% of the territory, in their structure – arable land 75%, perennial plantations 1%, hayfields 2.5%, pastures 17.5%.
In the region’s agriculture, 6 natural-economic zones are distinguished:
Grain-beet-growing zone I with developed pig breeding,
Grain-beet-growing zone II with developed poultry farming,
Zone III grain growing with developed meat and dairy farming,
IV zone with a developed production of vegetables and milk,
V milk and meat zone with developed production of potatoes and sunflower,
VI zone with dairy and meat production and developed production of potatoes.
In the region, clear cows of the Aberdeen Angus breed and dairy cows of the Holstein-Friesian breed, pigs, sheep (Romanovskaya, Edilbaevskaya), goats, are bred, bird (ostriches, hens, turkeys, ducks, geese), fish, rabbits, bees, horses (Oryol trotter).
They grow wheat (spring, winter), rye (winter), barley (spring), oats, triticale, millet, buckwheat, corn (grain and fodder), peas, lentils, chickpeas, sugar beets, sunflowers, hemp, rapeseed, camelina (winter), soybeans, Abyssinian crumb, mustard, oilseed flax, potatoes, onions, melons, fruits, berries, nuts, grapes, annual and perennial forage herbs.