Located in Estancia, N.M. Torrance County is one of the most productive agricultural counties in the United States. Pinto beans, corn, alfalfa and pumpkins are just a small portion of the crops, which are harvested throughout the year.
WHY TORRANCE COUNTY?
Torrance County is one of the most productive agricultural counties in the United States. The rural areas of Torrance County may be open and spacious, but they are intensively used for agriculture.
Torrance County was created from the eastern part of Valencia County on March 16, 1903. The County was named for Francis J. Torrance, one of the promoters connected with the building of the New Mexico Central Railroad.
TOP GROWTH INDUSTRIES
These industries have enjoyed comfortable expansions thanks to the unique assets anchored within the region.
INCREASE IN MANUFACTURING
INCREASE IN HEALTHCARE
INCREASE IN SCIENCE AND TECHNICAL SERVICES
INCREASE IN AGRICULTURE
INCREASE IN MANAGEMENT OF COMPANIES
Torrance County is also home to the beautiful Manzano Mountains, Salinas National Monument and vast open, undisturbed rangeland which farmers, ranchers, and wildlife call home.