Lee County, Iowa Farmland Values and Land Auction Information

 The following information is from Iowa State University’s Land Survey that’s released each December. Data on this page can be up to 12 months old. To see current averages and most recent results click here

Location: Southeast Iowa
County Average CSR2:
CSR2 Weighted Average: 52.3

CSR2 Cropland Average: 77

State Average CSR2: 68.6
Average Price per CSR2 Point: $110.38
County Size: 517 sq miles
Farmland Acres: 256,685 total acres, 189,658 Cropland acres, 33,786 Woodland acres, 33,241 Other acres

Average Farmland Value (Price Per Acre):
$8,499
Average Farmland Value for Southeast Iowa:
$8,451
Highest Known Farmland Sale in County:

Average County Rent: $284
Rent Range: $244-$329 per acre
Average rent for Southeast Iowa:
$240
Rent per CSR Point:
$3.69

Improved Permanent Pasture:
$69.00/ Regional Average
Unimproved Permanent Pasture: $49.00/a Regional Average
Stalk Grazing per Acre:
NA

Hunting Rights per Acre:
NA

 

Lee County Iowa Farmland Profile

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Towns: Donnellson, Keokuk, Ford Madison, Montrose, Franklin, West Point, Houghton, St. Paul

Unincorporated Areas: Pilot Grove, Wever, Denmark, Argyle, New Boston

Townships: Cedar, Marion, Pleasant Ridge, Denmark, Green Bay, Washington, West Point, Franklin, Harrison, Van Buren, Charleston, Jefferson, Madison, Montrose, Des Moines, Jackson

History: Fort Madison dates to the war of 1812. Lee County was the location of the “Half-Breed Tract”, established by treaty in 1824. Allocations of land were made to American Indian descendants of European fathers and Indian mothers at this tract. Originally the land was to be held in common. Some who had an allocation lived in cities where they hoped to make better livings. Large-scale European-American settlement in the area began in 1839, after Congress allowed owners to sell land individually. Members of the Church of Christ (Latter Day Saints) fled persecutions in Missouri to settle in Illinois and Iowa. Although Nauvoo, across the border in Hancock County, Illinois, became the main center of Latter-day Saints settlement, there was also a stake organized in Lee County under the direction of John Smith, the uncle of Joseph Smith.

Lee County Iowa Farmland Sales Resources

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Recent Farmland Sales in this County

11/1/22 38.07 Acres; $22,700/acre; 80.6 CSR2; 91% tillable

11/1/22 69.79 Acres; $14,000/acre; 70.2 CSR2; 80% tillable

10/5/21 32.36 Acres; 67.9 CSR2; $2,600/acre

Lee County Farmland Values and Averages

All farmland values for Lee County are stated as averages and are not a guarantee of value in any given situation.  If you need a written farmland appraisal you should call us at 855-376-3478 to discuss how we can help you. Farmland prices can change quickly and some information on this website can be up to 12 months old depending on when you view it.  All sale results are dated so you can see the date of the sale however averages are calculated in December of each year and are based on a September to September study.

 

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