CHICKASAW COUNTY IOWA
Iowa Land Information
Learn about farmland for sale in Chickasaw County, Iowa, right here. Average land prices, the biggest towns within the county, the available land for sale, and many additional resources that will help make your Iowa land search easier. Contact your Chickasaw County land agent with any questions or to request a FREE farm appraisal.
Location: Northwestern Iowa Average Farmland Value: $8,744 is the average price of farmland in the county. To learn the most current county average farmland value or to learn what your farm value is contact Land Broker David Whitaker 515-996-LAND (5263) Average Farmland Value for Iowa $11,581 an acre
Land Auctions in 2022: There was 12 farmland auction in Chickasaw County in 2022. There were 1101 Acres sold at auction. The average farmland price per acre was $9,314 The average $/CSR2 was $144/ CSR2 Land Auctions in 2021: There were 7 farmland auctions in Chickasaw County in 2021. There were 968 Acres sold at auction. The average farmland price per acre was $11,688 The average $/CSR2 was $132/ CSR2 Land Auctions in 2020: There were 8 farmland auctions in Chickasaw County in 2020. There were 814 Acres sold at auction. The average farmland price per acre was $5,456 The average $/CSR2 was $95/ CSR2
Average CSR2 Rating: 77.20 2020 USDA Average Corn Yield: 186.8 2020 USDA Average Soybean Yield: 54.9 ISU Average Cash Rent Per Acre in 2022: $278 ISU Average County Cash Rent Per Acre Pasture: $50-$100 Towns: Alta Vista, Bassett, Fredericksburg, Ionia, Lawler, Nashua, New Hampton, North Washington , Protivin
County Seat: New Hampton
County Assessor: You can learn individual farm information; parcel ID numbers, farm taxes, recent land sales, and even landowners names and mailing addresses on the county Assessor Page here. FREE Farm Appraisal: Thank you for your interest in the current land values. Fill out our simple contact form or contact David Whitaker your local land agent at 515-966-LAND (5263)
Chickasaw County History: Chickasaw County is a county located in the U.S. state of Iowa. As of the 2020 census, the population was 12,012. The county was named for the southern Indian Nation whose chief was Bradford.
Chickasaw County was founded in January 1851. It was named after the Chickasaw tribe, which lived in the Southern United States at the time.
The first nonindigenous settlers arrived in 1848 and the first county seat was from 1854 in Bradford, in the southwestern corner of the county. In the spring of 1857, the seat was moved to New Hampton, located near the geographic center, and was then called Chickasaw Center. The first county offices were housed in private houses and in the school building. The first courthouse, a wood-frame building, was erected in 1865. That building was enlarged in 1876, but a fire on March 26, 1880, destroyed it (townspeople managed to save the records). A brick/stone replacement structure was completed in 1881, and included a soaring clock tower. This building was enlarged in 1905 and again in 1906, but by the twenties it again was too small. The present structure, featuring Bedford stone, was built in 1929 and put into use in 1930. Wikipedia page