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County agricultural land values in Oklahoma have changed over the past 40+ years. The 1973-75, 2010-2012, and 2019-2021 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 ten years between 2010-2012 and 2019-2021.

 

Charts are based on a three-year weighted average and include tracts 40 acres in size or larger selling for up to $3,000 through 2007.  Beginning in 2008 and once again in 2021, the market ceiling was increased to $6000 and $9000, respectively.  This reflects higher Oklahoma agricultural real estate values over time. 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 over time.

 

 

Percent Change 2010-12 to 2019-21

Map of Oklahoma counties, shaded in orange, precent change from 2010-21 to 2019-21.

 

The magnitude of the shift in agricultural land values is shown on this map. Much of the greatest appreciation observed over the past ten years has been in the eastern two-thirds of the state.  Tulsa and Oklahoma Counties were omitted due to an insufficient number of observations. 

 

 

2019-2021 Average Land Values

 Map of Oklahoma counties, shaded in orange, average land values from 2019-2021

 

Relative values have changed considerably over many areas of the state during the past ten years. The highest average land values remain in the Tulsa and Oklahoma City metropolitan areas in addition to northeastern Oklahoma and the I-35 corridor in southern Oklahoma. Very few sales observations in Tulsa and Oklahoma Counties met these criteria; therefore they were omitted from this map.

 

 

 2010-2012 Average Land Values

 Map of Oklahoma counties, shaded in orange, average land values from 2010-2012

 

During this timeframe, 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 $1500 per acre in other areas of the state. Very few sales observations in Tulsa County met these criteria; therefore it was omitted from this map.

  

 

1973-1975 Average Land Values

 Map of Oklahoma counties, shaded in orange, average land values from 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 for <=$3,000/Acre ($6000 beginning in 2008 and $9000 beginning in 2021), Weighted Average

 

County 2010-2012 Average Value, $ 2019-2021 Average Value, $ Percent Change
Adair 1950 2939 51%
Alfalfa 1353 1770 31%
Atoka 1570 2469 57%
Beaver 675 771 14%
Beckham 1218 1646 35%
Blaine 1194 2200 84%
Bryan 1651 3296 100%
Caddo 1349 2204 63%
Canadian 2031 3469 84%
Carter 1648 3035 63%
Cherokee 1669 2876 72%
Choctaw 1416 2495 76%
Cimarron 496 1041 110%
Cleveland 2788 4247 52%
Coal 1418 2263 60%
Comanche 1166 1550 67%
Cotton 975 1382 42%
Craig 1587 3266 98%
Creek 1738 2631 22%
Custer 1372 1817 32%
Delaware 1937 3053 58%
Dewey 1099 1632 48%
Ellis 954 891  -7%
Garfield 1283 2014 57%
Garvin 1703 2704 59%
Grady 1476 3280 122%
Grant 1144 1418 24%
Greer 763 1138 49%
Harmon 818 1287 57%
Harper 760 984 29%
Haskell 1123 2090 86%
Hughes 1102 2231 102%
Jackson 1106 1604 45%
Jefferson 1203 1903 58%
Johnston 1631 2831 74%
Kay 1313 2142 63%
Kingfisher 1276 3011 136%
Kiowa 997 1317 32%
Latimer 1224 2327 90%
Leflore 1596 2476 55%
Lincoln 1438 2939 104%
Logan 1809 3323 84%
Love 2035 3115 53%
Major 1175 1692 44%
Marshall 1910 3453 81%
Mayes 2052 3293 60%
McClain 1893 3139 66%
McCurtain 1537 2692 75%
McIntosh 1359 2115 56%
Murray 1808 3060 69%
Muskogee 1647 2766 68%
Noble 1349 2014 49%
Nowata 1568 2730 74%
Okfuskee 1138 2004 76%
Oklahoma      
Okmulgee 1792 2618 46%
Osage 1191 2331 96%
Ottawa 1937 3101 60%
Pawnee 1265 1884 49%
Payne 1794 3372 88%
Pittsburg 1409 2077 47%
Pontotoc 1656 2743 66%
Pottawatomie 1330 2486 87%
Pushmataha 1450 2317 60%
Roger Mills 990 1390 40%
Rogers 2363 3829 62%
Seminole 1177 2447 108%
Sequoyah 1693 2617 55%
Stephens 1352 2197 63%
Texas 850 1272 50%
Tillman 1032 1326 28%
Tulsa      
Wagoner 2252 3782 68%
Washington 2378 3834 61%
Washita 1360 1571 16%
Woods 1469 1602 9%
Woodward 1247 1606 29%
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