2016 Northeast and East Nebraska Cash Rent Rates for Pasture, Dryland and Irrigated Cropland

University of Nebraska-Lincoln Survey Results for 2016-2014 Cash Rent Rates by Crop Reporting Districts:

Average Reported Value of Nebraska Farmland Cash Rent Rates in Northeast and East Crop Reporting Districts,
East (includes Colfax, Dodge, Washington) Northeast (includes Stanton, Cuming, Burt, Thurston, Dakota)
Type of Land 2016 2015 2014 2016 2015 2014
Dryland/Rainfed Cropland
Average 200 205 215 225 235 245
% Change from last year -2 -5 -2 -4 -4 5
High Third Quality 250 255 270 290 305 305
Low Third Quality 160 155 160 180 175 185
Gravity Irrigated Cropland
Average 285 300 315 275 285 290
% Change from last year 5 -5 -2 -4 -2 -9
High Third Quality 340 355 375 325 335 340
Low Third Quality 245 260 260 260 225 215
Center Pivot Irrigated Cropland
Average 320 330 355 345 365 370
% Change from last year -3 -7 0 -5 -1 -2
High Third Quality 375 385 425 405 430 445
Low Third Quality 270 270 290 275 285 315
Pasture
Average 61 65 55 75 90 70
% Change from last year -5 18 12 -17 29 32
High Third Quality 76 75 70 98 120 100
Low Third Quality 45 50 45 48 60 55
Source: University of Nebraska-Lincoln, Roger Wilson and Jim Jansen

Links to full reports
2016 Nebraska Farm Real Estate Report
2015 Nebraska Farm Real Estate Report
2014 Nebraska Farm Real Estate Report

Also read these reminders on Land Lease Agreements and Terminations

United States Department of Agriculture – National Ag Statistic Service 2016 and 2014 County Based Rent Rates:

2016 Cash Rent Rates by County were released on September 9, 2016 by USDA at: https://www.nass.usda.gov/Statistics_by_State/Nebraska/Publications/County_Estimates/index.php

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