Warren County Farm Rental Rates

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The National Agricultural Statistics Service has updated county-by-county cash rental averages. See how Warren County compares to neighboring counties.

Warren County Farm Rental Rates

Estimating average farm rental rates in Warren County is a challenging proposition due to the changing nature of agriculture in the county. Parcel sizes in Warren County are smaller than those in the surrounding counties and the challenge of moving large farm equipment around the county has never been more difficult. Compounding the problem of estimating farm rental rates in the county is the reluctance of many landowners and farmers to share their own rental agreements with others. However, the National Agricultural Statistics Service has released a county-by-county cash rental average which is reported in the chart below:

2012

Warren

Butler

Clinton

Greene

Montgomery

Preble

Cash Rent, Cropland($/Acre)

$97.50

$121.00

$133.00

$148.00

$129.00

$140.00

Source: National Agricultural Statistics Service (2012) 


As a comparison to other counties found in the survey, the following table is provided:

2011

Warren

Butler

Clinton

Greene

Montgomery

Preble

Average Farm Size

101 acres

135 acres

268 acres

208 acres

141 acres

198 acres

Source: Ohio Agriculture Statistics Service, 2011 Annual Report. 

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