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County agricultural land values in Oklahoma have changed over the past 40+ years. The 1973-75, 2009-2011, and 2018-2020 weighted-average land value maps are color coded from light to dark, with the darkest colors showing the highest average land values. The percent change map shows changes in county land values over the past 10 years between 2009-2011 and 2018-2020.

 

Charts are based on a three-year weighted average and include tracts 40 acres in size or larger selling for up to $3,000 in the earlier time series and $6000 or less in the latest. The weighted average formula was selected due to an insufficient number of annual sales data at the county level and provides improved reliability when analyzing land value patterns and trends.

 

Percent Change 2009-11 to 2018-20

Precent change from 2009-11 to 2018-20.

 

The magnitude of the shift in agricultural land values is shown on this map. Note that agricultural land values in several western counties have more than doubled over the past 10 years.

 

Only sales tracts 40 acres in size or larger selling for $3,000 per acre or less are included in the earlier time period and up to $6000 in the latest time period. Tulsa and Oklahoma Counties were omitted due to an insufficient number of observations.

 

 

2018-2020 Average Land Values

 Land Value 2018-2020.

 

Relative values have changed considerably over many areas of the state during the past 10 years. The highest average land values besides the Tulsa and Oklahoma City metropolitan areas remain in northeastern Oklahoma and along the I-35 corridor.

 

Only sales tracts 40 acres in size or larger selling for $6,000 per acre or less are included. Very few sales observations in Tulsa and Oklahoma Counties met these criteria; therefore they were omitted from this map.

 

 

 2009-2011 Average Land Values

 Land Value Change 2008-2010.

 

In the 2009-11 period, the highest agricultural land values were in central and south-central Oklahoma along the I-35 corridor together with most of northeastern Oklahoma. Land values were generally less than $1250 per acre in other areas of the state.

 

Only sales tracts 40 acres in size or larger selling for $3,000 per acre or less are included. Very few sales observations in Tulsa County met these criteria; therefore it was omitted from this map.

  

 

1973-1975 Average Land Values

 Land Value Change 1973-1975

 

In the 1973-75 period, the highest agricultural land values were in central and north central Oklahoma. In general, the dollar values in far western Oklahoma and the panhandle were in the same range as the east and southeast parts of the state. Except for the central, north central, and metropolitan areas surrounding Tulsa and Oklahoma City, land values were less than $500 per acre. Only sales tracts 40 acres in size or larger selling for $3,000 per acre or less are included.

 

 

County Agricultural Land Value Changes

Tracts >= 40 Acres Selling up to $3,000/ac. through 2007 and $6,000/ac. since 2008
Weighted Average

 

County 2009-2011 Average Value, $ 2018-2020 Average Value, $ Percent Change
Adair 1847 2655 44%
Alfalfa 1193 1733 45%
Atoka 1539 1881 22%
Beaver 644 787 22%
Beckham 1112 1609 45%
Blaine 1103 2249 104%
Bryan 1609 2835 76%
Caddo 1290 1996 55%
Canadian 2063 3242 57%
Carter 1610 2630 63%
Cherokee 1713 2791 63%
Choctaw 1384 2015 46%
Cimarron 402 921 129%
Cleveland 2049 3651 78%
Coal 1372 1969 43%
Comanche 1127 1579 40%
Cotton 887 1312 48%
Craig 1591 2377 49%
Creek 1825 2220 22%
Custer 1244 1816 46%
Delaware 1927 3053 58%
Dewey 992 1682 70%
Ellis 917 972  6%
Garfield 1191 1930 62%
Garvin 1677 2246 34%
Grady 1282 2962 131%
Grant 1004 1380 37%
Greer 744 1109 49%
Harmon 817 1303 59%
Harper 692 982 42%
Haskell 1137 1954 72%
Hughes 1095 1783 63%
Jackson 1043 1390 33%
Jefferson 1063 1791 68%
Johnston 1612 2690 67%
Kay 1222 2011 65%
Kingfisher 1173 3036 159%
Kiowa 934 1304 40%
Latimer 1097 1758 60%
Leflore 1418 2169 53%
Lincoln 1457 2505 72%
Logan 1908 2923 53%
Love 2095 2830 35%
Major 1030 1516 47%
Marshall 1819 2854 57%
Mayes 1999 3006 50%
McClain 1830 2885 58%
McCurtain 1480 2463 66%
McIntosh 1350 1974 46%
Murray 1784 2412 35%
Muskogee 1584 2303 45%
Noble 1077 2004 86%
Nowata 1516 2562 69%
Okfuskee 1105 1631 48%
Oklahoma      
Okmulgee 1839 2476 35%
Osage 1188 1915 61%
Ottawa 1871 2390 28%
Pawnee 1217 1683 38%
Payne 1754 3031 73%
Pittsburg 1380 1963 42%
Pontotoc 1605 2203 37%
Pottawatomie 1456 2277 56%
Pushmataha 1459 2120 45%
Roger Mills 1028 1421 38%
Rogers 2250 3174 41%
Seminole 1145 2055 79%
Sequoyah 1732 2483 43%
Stephens 1138 2117 86%
Texas 633 1435 127%
Tillman 988 1329 35%
Tulsa      
Wagoner 2282 3276 44%
Washington 2519 3706 47%
Washita 1172 1566 34%
Woods 1353 1551 15%
Woodward 1199 1595 33%
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