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USDA to collect data for land values


In January and February of 2017, the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s National Agricultural Statistics Service (NASS) will conduct the Land Values Survey. NASS will reach out to Wyoming producers to accurately measure the value of farm land and buildings. The survey asks participants to provide information about the market value of land and buildings owned, rented from others and rented to others. Cropland and pasture acreage and market value per acre will be asked along with the percent change in total market value of all land and buildings.

“By responding to this survey farm operators, landlords, and financial institutions will have accurate data to make informed business decisions about selling or renting land, and applying for business loans,” said Bill Meyer, Director of the NASS Mountain Regional Field Office.

For specific questions concerning Wyoming, please contact Rhonda Brandt 1-800-892-1660.


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