Q: How many acres in a township?

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1 township is ~23,040.09 acres.

Boardman Township's area is 23,328 acres.

One section = 640 acres One township = 36 sections Therefore one township represents 23,040 acres

23,040 acres.

23,040.09 acres.

23,040.09 acres.

How many acres do you need to own a horse in Raisinville Township, Monroe Michigan

twenty four

There are 23,040 acres in a theoretical township. A theoretical township is 6 miles square, containing 36 sections, 1 mile square, of 640 acres each.

1 township = 23,040 acres.

A minimum of 8 acres. Check Local Zoning Laws for more info about what your township requires.

You are revering to the section, township, range system of surveying land then it is 640 acres in a section (one square mile) which will equal 5,120 acres.