University of Nebraska Extension Releases Land Value Survey

The University of Nebraska-Lincoln Extension has issued its 2013/2014 Nebraska land value survey report. The state average value for farmland increased 5% to an average of $3,195 per acre with regional per acre averages ranging from $770 per acre in the Nebraska panhandle to $7,215 per acre in East-Central Nebraska. A table summarizing the regional values is provided below:

 Nebraska 2013-2014 Land Value Survey

A full copy of the report, can be obtained at: http://goo.gl/bdvgqq.

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