Pennsylvania cropland average acreage value data is available in the accompanying table and chart. All prices are per acre.
Crop acreage in Pennsylvania increased in value by 3.4% from $5,900/acre in 2015 to $6,100/acre in 2016.
The value of Pennsylvania cropland increased by 130.2% from $2,650/acre in 1997 to $6,100/acre in 2016.
Pennsylvania irrigated cropland average acreage value data is available in the accompanying table and chart. All prices are per acre.
There is insufficient data on irrigated cropland for Pennsylvania to display at this time. Averages for irrigated cropland across the entire United States is displayed.
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Pennsylvania pasture acreage value data is available in the accompanying table and chart. All prices are per acre.Key Findings:
Pasture acreage in Pennsylvania decreased in value by 5.3% from $2,850/acre in 2015 to $2,700/acre in 2016.
The value of Pennsylvania pastureland increased by 65.6% from $1,630/acre in 1997 to $2,700/acre in 2016.
Information on rental prices for Pennsylvania acreage, cropland (irrigated and non-irrigated), and pasture land is available here.
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