Logan County has many farms and ranches that has a population of over 20,504. It is a rapidly growing agriculture and industry-based community. Sterling has experienced growth with the location of Home Depot, Walgreens and Walmart. In addition to the recent opening of the Sterling Ethanol plant, the first commercial ethanol plant in the State of Colorado.
Washington County estimated Population is 5,200. The county is the hub for the Northeastern Colorado Regional Airport with a 7000-foot runway to accommodate aircraft such as a 727 and a 737 that flys over the neighboring farms. Come join our moderate summers, crisp falls, cool winters, and warm springs within our community.
Phillips County's primary industry is agriculture and it is a productive farming and ranching region in our country. Phillips County excels with educational opportunities, healthcare, access to technology, and provides a variety of services and real estate to current, expanding, and new businesses with a population of approximately 5,000.
Yuma County’s population is over 9,841. From irrigated and dry land farming to high-yield and value-add, today, as one of the nation’s leading agricultural producers of major U.S. crops. Yuma County is recognized as a progressive industry leader with the experience and commitment to create new opportunities within the farm industry.
Sedgwick County is located at the crossroads of Interstate 80 and Interstate 76 with a population of approx. 2,300. The climate, precipitation, surface and ground water, soil characteristics, and natural vegetation make the area conducive to farm and ranch production. Sedgwick County depends on various row crops, cattle, swine production, and a number of agriculturally related businesses as its economic base