Department of Agricultural Economics Extension

Regional Cropland and Pasture Values

  • Panhandle land values for all land, pasture, and cropland (chart, table)


  • West-Northwest land values for all land, pasture, and cropland (chart, table)


  • Southwest land values for all land, pasture, and cropland (chart, table)


  • Central-North Central land values for all land, pasture, and cropland (chart, table)


  • South Central land values for all land, pasture, and cropland (chart, table)


  • Northeast land values for all land, pasture, and cropland (chart, table)


  • East-Northeast land values for all land, pasture, and cropland (chart, table)


  • Southeast land values for all land, pasture, and cropland (chart, table)

Oklahoma is divided in eight regions. Each region is composed of counties as similar as possible in terms of topography, crops produced, and population influences. A chart and table is provided for each region. Each chart and table shows annual average values for all land, cropland, and pasture. Only tracts 40 acres in size or larger selling up to $3,000 per acre are included in the averages through 2007 and up to $6000 since 2008. Per acre values shown for cropland and pasture are the averages of tracts having 85%+ cropland and pasture, respectively. Because of unavoidable statewide data collection difficulties, relatively less sale data is available for 1995 and 1996. As a result, caution is advised when analyzing land patterns and trends during this timeframe.

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