The Missouri Ozarks region enjoys 4 refreshing seasonal changes with a long growing season that
extents from early spring to late autumn. Our short, mild winters are considered "cold spells" and snow doesn't linger very
long. Our average rainfall of 45 inches combines with average temperatures, of 32F in January and 77F in July, to provide
an ideal climate for farming, ranching, recreation and just plain relaxing.
Livstock in this area are primarily dairy and beef which play an important part in the
Horses play a strong part in our economy with Missouri Fox Trotting Horses, Quarter Horses, Appaloosas,
Draft Breeds and Missouri Mules raised in the area.
Our level to rolling terrain and a fairly even distribution and
rainfall throughout the year provide grass and hay for area farmers. Orchard Grass, Fescue, Timothy, Ladino Clover, Alfalfa,
Reeds Canary Grass and Lespedeza are grown here. Warm season grasses are being experimentally grown by area farmers
and ranchers for summer pasture.
If you listen closely, you wil lhear the legends and tales of the pioneers
that settled and worked here, loving this beautiful land.
Whether your interests are agriculture, ranching, business,
investment or just enjoying the life and freedom of this beautiful area, you will find Hartville and Wright County a land
Perhaps you would like a private hunting hideaway, a small Ozark homestead, a large dairy farm or your
own home with life like it was in the 40's & 50's.