Follow the simple three-step plan to create and analyze your own Minnesota estimated land values database. 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…).
Where appropriate, use Continue to move back to the main page and view your updated choices. To move back to the main page without making your changes take effect, press Cancel.
In 2009, the Minnesota Legislature created several new classifications for agricultural and timber land in the state.
These changes resulted in valuation data that is not directly comparable for that reported in previous years.
On Minnesota Land Economics, the reclassifications are handled by treating post-2008 land valuation data in a separate section.
If you select "2009 and onward" on the attributes page, you will be presented with the new valuation classifications.