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Iowa farmland ownership & tenure, 1982-1992

Ann M. Schultz

Iowa farmland ownership & tenure, 1982-1992

analysis & comparison

by Ann M. Schultz

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Published by Iowa State University, College of Agriculture, Iowa Agriculture and Home Economics Experiment Station in [Ames, Iowa] .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Iowa.
    • Subjects:
    • Land tenure -- Iowa.,
    • Land use, Rural -- Iowa.

    • Edition Notes

      Other titlesIowa farmland ownership and tenure, 1982-1992
      Statementby Ann M. Schultz and Neil E. Harl.
      ContributionsHarl, Neil E.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsHD243.I8 S38 1995
      The Physical Object
      Paginationx, 84 p. :
      Number of Pages84
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL3628364M
      LC Control Number2002418124
      OCLC/WorldCa32799565


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Get this from a library. Farmland ownership and tenure in Iowa, a twenty-year perspective. [Michael D Duffy; Darnell B Smith; Iowa State University. Cooperative Extension Service.]. For all the land rented out in Iowa in by principal non-operator landlords, over 70 percent was owned by someone over the age of In comparison, over half (56 percent) of all farmland in Iowa was owned by someone o according to the Iowa State University Farmland Tenure and Ownership Survey (Duffy ).

Farmland is arguably often a farmer's single largest investment item, a major source of collateral, and a key component of the farmer's debt portfolio. At the macro level, the value of land and buildings represent over 80 percent of all U.S. farm assets. As a result, changes in the farmland market and the implications for farmland owners, tenants, and beginning farmers are of perennial interest.

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topel, director. Neil E. Harl Publications 6 (with Schultz, Ann M.) "Iowa Farmland Ownership and Tenure, Analysis and Comparison." Iowa State University Extension, CRDSept.

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Farmland Ownership. and Tenure in Iowa PM Revised February Prepared by Michael Duffy, professor of economics and extension economist,and This series of studies concerning land ownership is unique to Iowa. The Iowa survey began analyzing regions within Iowa.

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Table 1. Ownership and leasing agreements, percent of Iowa farm acres Operated by owner 55 50 41 40 40 Cash rent lease 21 27 40 46 Crop share lease 21 22 18 13 13 Custom farmed, other 3 1 1 1 1 Source: Farmland Ownership and Tenure in Iowa, Iowa State University Extension and Outreach PMTenure, Ownership and Transition of Ag Land (TOTAL) Jointly done with USDA/NASS and ERS Only nationally representative data since Iowa-based survey (ISU) Iowa Statue University Farmland Ownership and Tenure Survey Percentage of Farmland.

Owner-operated. September “Farmland Ownership and Tenure: Results from the Tenure, Ownership, and Transition of Agricultural Land Survey”. Census of Agriculture Highlights ACH Duffy, Michael. “Farmland Ownership and Tenure in Iowa ”. Iowa State University Extension and Outreach PM AMES, Iowa – An Iowa State University study that shows the age of Iowa’s farmland owners continues to rise is now available through the ISU Extension Store.

Results from the “ Farmland Ownership and Tenure Survey A Thirty-five Year Perspective ” (FM ) were released in June, but are now available to be purchased for $5. Recommended Citation. Jackson, Tim Edward, "Iowa farmland ownership and tenure" (). Retrospective Theses and Dissertations counted for almost 3 percent of Iowa's land.

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U.S. Farmland Ownership, Tenure, and Transfer. by Daniel Bigelow, Allison Borchers, and Todd Hubbs. ERS examines U.S. farmland ownership and tenure, how land is acquired and transferred, the characteristics of land rental agreements, and landlord involvement in rented farmland operations.

The Iowa Farmland Ownership and Tenure survey started in the s. SinceIowa State University has conducted the survey every five years, as mandated by Iowa Code. This survey series represents the first of its kind in the nation and the only consistent information on ownership, tenure and transitions of farmland at the state level.

The Iowa Farmland Ownership and Tenure survey started in the s. SinceIowa State University has conducted the survey every five years, as mandated by Iowa Code. This survey series represents the first of its kind in the nation and the only consistent information on ownership, tenure and transitions of farmland at the state level.

A recent Iowa State University study shows that inmore than 48 percent of Iowa farmland was owned by persons 65 years and older.

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