The 2011 Iowa Land Value Survey, directed by Michael Duffy, Iowa State University extension farm management specialist and professor of economics, is a topic of great interest. The 2011 land value survey covers one of the most remarkable years in Iowa land value history. The survey has been conducted annually since 1941, and is the only statewide survey that collects information on land values in each of Iowa's 99 counties.
Results of the 2011 Iowa Land Value Survey were announced at a news conference at 10 a.m. Wednesday, Dec. 14. View the video archive of the news conference.
News release on 2011 Land Values distributed on Dec. 14, 2011. Includes tables comparing 2011 and 2010 values by county and by crop reporting district
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Map 1: 2011 and 2010 Iowa Land Values, by county
Map 2: Percentage Change in Iowa Land Values, 2010 to 2011
Map 3: 2011 Iowa Land Values, by Crop Reporting District
Map 4: Percentage Change in Iowa Land Values, 2010 to 2011 (ranking)
Map 5: 2011 Iowa Land Values (dollar ranking)
Camera-ready copies (PDF)
A camera ready version of the five maps listed above and the table, Comparative Iowa Land Values, 2010 to 2011
This briefing paper prepared by Michael Duffy contains additional Iowa Land Value Survey information.
For Iowa Land Value Survey information, including county and crop district data for 1950 - 2000, visit the Regional Capacity Analysis Program data site at http://www.recap.iastate.edu/atlas/farms/