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Osceola County is near the center of Michigan. Osceola County has a land area of 566.39 square miles and a water area of 6.71 square miles. The county is ranked 62nd in population for the state of Michigan. Oceola County’s land is predominantly privately owned. No federal land exists in the county and state land is roughly 18,000 acres, which is around 8% of the total county land. Osceola County’s primary land use is agriculture. Private land sustains extensive areas of agriculture, primarily row crops and hay, on the flat moraine ridges. Well-drained sand, loamy sand, and loam are the soil types most commonly found in the county.
The Muskegon River flows through Osceola County on its route south. The Hersey River, a tributary of the Muskegon River, is another prominent river in the county. Following the implementation of Antler Point Restrictions in 2014, as well as increases in antlerless permits and more antlerless seasons, the deer population looks to be increasing in Osceola County. Whitetail deer, grouse, bear, ducks, turkey, and geese are among the game species available for hunting along the farm land, vacant land, waterfront, and hunting land for sale by Michigan Whitetail Properties in Osceola County, Michigan.