|County Average CSR:||64.8 weighted average, 66 Cropland Average, 89 CSR2 Cropland Average|
|State Average CSR:|
|Average Price per CSR2 Point:||$157.44|
|County Size:||768 sq miles|
|Farmland Acres:||493,556 total acres, 452,956 Cropland acres, 1,605 Woodland acres, 38,995 Other acres|
|Average Farmland Value (Price Per Acre):||$10,202|
|Average Farmland Value for Northwest Iowa:||$9,388|
|Highest Known Farmland Sale in County:||12/12/12 79 Acres $22,308/acre 74 CSR|
|Average County Rent:||$279.00|
|Rent Range:||$175/a to $390/a|
|Average rent for Northwest Iowa:||$248.00|
|Rent per CSR Point:||$3.13 per CSR2|
|Improved Permanent Pasture:||$82.00/a regional average|
|Unimproved Permanent Pasture:||$59.00/a regional average|
|Stalk Grazing per Acre:||$14/a regional average|
|Hunting Rights per Acre:||$20/a regional average|
Towns: Alton, Hospers, Orange City, Boyden, Hull, Rock Valley, Chatsworth, Ireton, Sheldon, Granville, Matlock, Sioux Center, Hawarden, Maurice
Townships: Settlers, Sioux, Rock, Lincoln, Sheridan, Grant, Garfield, Plato, Welcome, Capel, Lynn, Eagle, Center, West Branch, Buncombe, Holland, Floyd, Logan, Washington, Reading, Sherman, Nassau, East Orange
History: Sioux County was formed on January 15, 1851. It has been self-goveed since January 20, 1860. It was named after the Sioux tribe from whose land it was formed. The first county seat was Calliope in 1860, then a small village with 15 inhabitants, and now part of Hawarden. The first courthouse was built here in 1860 and served as such until 1872. A larger immigration wave began in 1869, primarily of Dutch. In 1872, Orange City was declared the seat. In June 1902, the construction began on a new Sioux County courthouse designed by W.W. Beach. Of red sandstone, it was completed in 1904, and still serves as the courthouse. From 1976 until 1982 the building was completely restored, and in 1977, it was listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
Information updated as of 1/29/18. Compiled from sources including Iowa State University, Sioux County Extension Office, Sioux County courthouse records at Rock Rapids, Surety Maps, Wikipedia, Iowa Department of Transportation and USDA. An attempt has been made to verify information but it is not guaranteed to be accurate. Confirm all information that you must rely for decision making purposes.
Iowa Farmland Prices Sioux County
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Farmland Sales Resources for Sioux County Iowa
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Estate Attorneys in Sioux County Iowa
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