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CROP SHARE FARM LEASE [This form may be used either for an entire farm, or for field rental agreements. Special care should be taken in field rental agreements to describe exactly what real estate
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Crop-share arrangements refer to a method of leasing crop land where the production (crop) is shared between the landowner and the operator. Other income items, such as government payments and crop residue, are also often shared as are some of the production expenses.

The statewide cash rent for top quality farmland was $253 per acre, average quality land was $205 per acre, and poor quality land was $163 per acre.

Average-quality Indiana farmland produces 173 bushels per acre over time and had an average cash rent of $210 per acre.

The average cash rent for 2018 is $223 per acre, up by $5 per acre from the 2017 value of $218 per acre. The increase between 2017 and 2018 was the first increase since 2014. From 2014 to 2017, cash rents declined $17 per acre from $234 per acre in 2014 to $218 in 2017.

For 2016, top land had a cash rent of $257 per acre, average land had a cash rent of $204 per acre, and poor land had a cash rent of $157 per acre.

Statewide the average value of bare Indiana cropland ranged from $5,013 per acre for poor-quality land to $7,704 per acre for top-quality land. To assess farmland productivity, survey respondents estimated long-term corn yields for poor-, average- and top-quality land.

In Indiana, top quality farmland has an average value of $8,668 per acre, average quality farmland rings in at $7,072, while poor-quality farmland averages $5,407.

In Indiana, top quality farmland has an average value of $8,668 per acre, average quality farmland rings in at $7,072, while poor-quality farmland averages $5,407.

Farmland values also vary by land use. In 2017-18, national average cropland value declined slightly to $4,130/acre (a 1.1 percent decline in inflation-adjusted terms), while pastureland value ($1,390/acre) increased 0.9 percent.

Rent Paid for Agricultural Land At $138 per acre, the average rate to rent cropland in the United States in 2018 was $2 higher than in 2017. For irrigated cropland, the average rate per acre was $215 (up slightly from $212 in 2017) and for non-irrigated cropland it was $125 (up from $123).