Published On: Wed, Mar 8th, 2017

Ag land valuations aren’t expected to change in Cedar Co.

HARTINGTON — Property owners may get some good news this year.
Cedar County Assessor Don Hoesing said his preliminary findings indicate most ag land valuations in Cedar County won’t increase this year.
“Ag land will not be going up this year,” Hoesing said. “There are only two other times when this has ever happened before. One time was when they changed sales ratio range for the ag land valuations.”
Ag sales coming over the last several years had continued to climb, although with the lower commodity prices the sales seem to be dropping.

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