Boone County Iowa Farmland Profile
|County Size||572 sq. miles|
|Average Price Per Acre Farmland||$13,088|
|Average Price Per Acre for Central, IA||$12,582|
|CSR2 Weighted Average||75.5|
|CSR2 Cropland Average||87|
|State Average CSR2||68.6|
|Average Price per CSR2||$150.43|
|Average County Rent||$262|
|Rent Range||$232 - $297|
|Average rent for Central Iowa||$271|
|Rent per CSR2 Point||$3.01|
|Improved Permanent Pasture||$98|
|Unimproved Permanent Pasture||$71|
|Stalk Grazing per Acre||$8|
|Hunting Rights per Acre||$21|
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Towns: Beaver, Boxholm, Madrid, Pilot Mound, Berkley, Fraser, Ogden, Sheldahl, Boone, Luther
Unincorporated Areas: Jordan, Logansport, Mackey, Moingona, Zenorsville
Townships: Amaqua, Dodge, Jackson, Worth, Beaver, Douglas, Marcy, Yell, Cass, Garden, Peoples, Colfax, Grant, Pilot Mound, Des Moines, Harrison, Union.
History: Boone County was established January 13, 1846, from free land. It was named after Captain Nathan Boone, son of Daniel Boone, an American pioneer, who had formed the Wilderness Trail and founded the town Boonesborough, Kentucky.
Additional Information: Learn more on the
Boone County Iowa Farmland Sales Resources
- Boone County Iowa Website
- Boone County Assessor GIS Website
- Land Prices on our Iowa Farmland Prices Heatmap
- Free E-Book on How to Sell Land
- Find an Iowa Estate Attorney
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