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A Look at 2016 Local and National Land Values

Author: 
Paul Goeringer

Photo by Edwin Remsberg

            Each year USDA’s National Ag Statistics Service (NASS) surveys farms to get land value information on cropland and pastureland.  The annual survey takes into account an estimated value of all land and buildings.  NASS compares the survey results to the previous year’s results to determine the estimated percentage change.

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