2 edition of Farmland ownership and renting in the United States, 1987 found in the catalog.
Farmland ownership and renting in the United States, 1987
by U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Economic Research Service, Resources and Technology Division, Purchase order to ERS-NASS in Washington, DC, Rockville, MD
Written in English
|Statement||Olaf Kula, Denise Rogers.|
|Series||Staff report ;, no. AGES 9130, ERS staff report ;, no. AGES 9130.|
|Contributions||Rogers, Denise M., United States. Dept. of Agriculture. Economic Research Service. Resources and Technology Division.|
|LC Classifications||HD1769 .K84 1991|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iv, 12 p. :|
|Number of Pages||12|
|LC Control Number||91601405|
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Get this from a library. Farmland ownership and renting in the United States, [Olaf Kula; Denise M Rogers; United States. Department of Agriculture. Economic Research Service. Resources and Technology Division.]. Approximately 39 percent of the million acres of farmland in the contiguous 48 States was rented.
More than half of cropland is rented, compared with just over 25 percent of pastureland. In general, rental activity is concentrated in grain production areas; cash grains such as rice, corn, soybeans, and wheat.
U.S. Farmland Ownership, Tenure, and Transfer. by Daniel Bigelow, Allison Borchers, and Todd Hubbs. ERS examines U.S. farmland ownership and tenure, how land is acquired and transferred, the characteristics of land rental agreements, and landlord involvement in rented farmland operations.
raises questions about land ownership, especially how land will be transferred to the next generation of agricultural landowners and operators.
This study provides a descrip-tive baseline analysis of land ownership and then focuses on more detailed aspects of land tenure, including non-operator landlords, rental agreements, the acquisition and.
The farm land rent-to-value (RTV) ratio, calc ulated as the cash rent per acre divided by the land valu e per acre, is a proxy f or 1987 book q uickly an asset will pay for i tself.
4 The roughly 4 5-y. • purchasing a farm in a foreclosure proceeding and both of the following apply: • the redemption period has not passed • the original owner has not redeemed the property • a spouse in community property States • spouses owning property jointly.
Note: COC shall require specific proof of ownership when land ownership is Size: KB. Inthe Chinese firm Shuanghui acquired more thanacres of farmland across the United States, worth more than $ million, according to U.S. Department of Agriculture data. The deal made Shuanghui, now the WH Group Limited, into one of the biggest foreign owners of U.S.
agricultural land, according to an analysis of that same data. Land in the United States can be owned by the federal government or by private citizens.
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Currently available in California, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Michigan, Minnesota, Nebraska, Ohio, and Wisconsin. Access nationwide GIS plat map. Introduction. The high level of farmland ownership fragmentation in some Eastern and Central European countries (e.g., Kopeva and Noev,Sabates-Wheeler,Ciaian, ) significantly complicates farming ally in recent centuries, farmland has been broken into small land-ownership parcels, and has been losing its attractiveness for farming, Cited by: Lobbyists and journalists (Cahill,Norton-Taylor,Wightman, ) have criticised the continuing concentration of landed wealth in the UK, but the relationships between land ownership, population and land use have been little explored, while the planning system, which allocates land uses, is largely blind to matters of land ownership.
This article seeks to Cited by: It is a program the government recently began to give farmers cheap farm land. It allows farmers to lease farm land for 60 years at a time. This includes a house already available and acres and acres of protected farm land.
The average rent runs between $ $1, per month. This includes housing and acres of land. The fact that the supply of farmland in the United States is essentially fixed makes land prices and rental rates less responsive to changes in crop prices and production technology than prices of variable inputs such as pesticides.
Farms and the Capital Gain Exemption When an individual decides to sell his/her farm property, the capital gain exemption may be available, no matter which ownership structure is in place.
For example, if an individual owns farming assets personally (i.e. no corporate structure is in place), the capital gain exemption may still be available upon. The joint ownership, recognized in some states, of property acquired by husband and wife during marriage. Upon the death of one spouse the survivor becomes the owner of the property.
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Get this from a library. Farmland ownership and leasing in the United States, [G Andrew Bernat; United States. Department of Agriculture. Natural Resource Economics Division.].
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Agricultural Economics and Land Ownership. The Agricultural Economics and Land Ownership survey provides detailed estimates of agricultural land ownership, financing, and inputs by farm operators and landlords for each state.
The United States Code, Ti authorizes this survey and provides for mandatory responses. Real Estate Property Records (also public property records, property ownership records) is public information in the United States of America, which means anyone can access Recorder of deed and Courthouse and Property (Tax) Assessor's offices maintain real estate records.
Only a few years ago, researching property information or running a title search .31 Land Prices and House Prices in the United States and real median family income rose even faster at percent. A similar pat- tern, with rapid income growth and slightly declining real home prices, recurs in the s.
During the s, however, the pattern reverses itself. Income. Information by USDA, with contributions by Julie Murphree, Arizona Farm Bureau Communication Director: Now, keep in mind we're talking about land for ltural producers rented and farmed million acres of farmland, according to the results of the Tenure, Ownership, and Transition of Agricultural Land (TOTAL) survey results released last .