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Wed October 31, 2012
The priciest farmland in Missouri [infographic]
Each July, the University of Missouri Extension sends out a survey to lenders, rural land appraisers and real estate brokers in the state to get a sense of average values for farmland. This past year, the counties with the most valuable farmland in the state -- those that average more than $5,000 per acre -- include Stoddard, Butler, Mississippi, New Madrid, Pemiscot, Dunklin, Saline, Carroll, Chariton, Pettis, Howard, Boone, Audrain, Callaway, Cooper, Scotland, Clark, Lewis, Marion and Ralls.
Map by Charles Minshew. Data from the "Missouri Farm Land Values Opinion Survey 2012" by the University of Missouri Extension.