Follow the simple three-step plan to create and analyze your own Minnesota farm real estate sales database. You can also examine all variables if you click on Individual Records. When you're ready to go, click Generate Report.
You’ll need to choose the geographic area you want covered, which data elements you want us to provide, and how you want us to display the data. You do this by first choosing your Boundaries (county, watershed…), then your Location (specific county and township/city), and finally your Attributes (year, summary level…).
Graphs and tables summarizing this data at the multi-county region and
at the statewide levels are contained in the Minnesota
Farm Real Estate Study (PDF). An annual update is usually available by March 1. For annual cash rents, check out our statewide rent study.