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South Dakota Agricultural Land Market Trends 1991–2009:The 2009 SDSU South Dakota Farm Real Estate Survey

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  • Larry Janssen


    (Department of Economics, South Dakota State University)

  • Burton Pflueger


    (Department of Economics, South Dakota State University)

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    Agricultural land values and cash rental rates in South Dakota, by region and by state, are the primary topics of this report. The target audiences for this report are farmers and ranchers, landowners, agricultural professionals (lenders, rural appraisers, professional farm managers), and policy makers interested in agricultural land market trends. This report contains the results of the 2009 SDSU South Dakota Farm Real Estate Market Survey, the 19th annual SDSU survey developed to estimate agricultural land values and cash rental rates by land use in different regions of South Dakota.

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    Paper provided by South Dakota State University, Department of Economics in its series Research Reports with number 200901.

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    Length: 42 Pages
    Date of creation: Jun 2009
    Handle: RePEc:sda:rerepo:200901
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