Location: East Central Iowa
County Average CSR2:
CSR2 Weighted Average: 72.4 CSR2 Cropland Average: 87
State Average CSR2: 68.6
Average Price per CSR2 Point: $124.56
County Size: 458 sq miles
Farmland Acres: 225,248 total acres, 205,650 Cropland acres, 5,797 Woodland acres, 13,801 Other acres
Average Farmland Value (Price Per Acre):
Average Farmland Value for East Central Iowa:
Highest Known Farmland Sale in County:
Average County Rent: $245.00
Rent Range: $198-$293
Average rent for East Central Iowa:
Rent per CSR Point:
Improved Permanent Pasture:
$72.00/a Regional Average
Unimproved Permanent Pasture: $48.00/a Regional Average
Stalk Grazing per Acre:
$13.00/a Regional Average
Hunting Rights per Acre:
$14.00/a Regional Average
Towns: Bettendort, Donahue, Long Grove, Panorama Park, Blue Grass, Durant, Maysville, Princeton, Buffalo, Eldridge, McCausland, Riverdale, Davenport, LeClaire, New Liberty, Walcott, Dixon
Unincorporated Areas: Big Rock, Park View
Townships: Liberty, Allens Gove, Winfield, Butler, Princeton, Cleona, Hickory Grove, Sheridan, Lincoln, LeClaire, Blue Grass, Davenport, Pleasant Valley, Buffalo
History: The first American settlement in the area now known as Scott County was Clark's Ferry or Clark's Landing (now Buffalo) in 1833. Other early towns included Davenport (now the county seat and largest city) and Rockingham (which ceased to exist in 1847). The area was fully surveyed in 1837, and the county was established by the Wisconsin legislature in that same year. Scott County is named for General Winfield Scott, who was the presiding officer at the signing of the peace treaty ending the Black Hawk War. By 1900 the population of the county was 51,500, and by 1950 it was over 100,000. Scott County now comprises part of the Quad City region, which includes the cities of Davenport and Bettendorf (in Iowa) and Rock Island and Moline (in Illinois). The present Scott County Courthouse was completed in 1955 and expanded along with the jail in 2007. The old section of the Scott County Jail was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1983.
Additional Information: Learn more on the Scott County Iowa website.
Information updated as of 5/14/20. Compiled from sources including Iowa State University, Scott County Extension Office, Scott County courthouse records, 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 Scott County
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Farmland Sales Resources for Scott County Iowa
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Estate Attorneys in Scott County Iowa
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