Utah farmlands, pastures rise in value

Utah agricultural real estate, including land and buildings on farms, is valued at $1,900 per acre, up 5.6 percent from last year but lower than the national average of $2,900 per acre, a 9.4 percent increase. Croplands in Utah are valued at $2,820 per acre, an increase of 4.8 percent from last year. Irrigated cropland was valued at $5,200 per acre, up 4 percent from 2012 while non-irrigated cropland was valued at an average of $1,100 per acre, a rise of 6.8 percent from the year before, accordi...

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