Dallas County, Iowa | Farmland Prices, Appraisal, Auctions - Whitaker Marketing Group


Iowa Land Information

Discover the various options for acquiring farmland in Dallas County, Iowa, with in-depth information on typical land prices, current land listings, key towns in the region, and other useful resources to streamline your search for Iowa property. To address any questions or to set up a FREE farm appraisal, reach out to your local Dallas County land agent.

Location: Central Iowa Average Farmland Value: $13,620 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 $12,206 an acre

Land Auctions in 2023: There was 1 farmland auction in Dallas County in 2023. There were 188 Acres sold at auction. The average farmland price per acre was $10,500 The average $/CSR2 was $150/ CSR2 Land Auctions in 2022: There were 4 farmland auctions in Dallas County in 2022. There were 351 Acres sold at auction. The average farmland price per acre was $13,359 The average $/CSR2 was $180/ CSR2 Land Auctions in 2021: There were 17 farmland auctions in Dallas County in 2021. There were 2321 Acres sold at auction. The average farmland price per acre was $13,695 The average $/CSR2 was $174/ CSR2

Average CSR2 Rating: 76.6 2023 USDA Average Corn Yield: 210 2023 USDA Average Soybean Yield: 60 ISU Average Cash Rent Per Acre: $271 ISU Average County Cash Rent Per Acre Pasture: $50-$100 Towns: Adel, Dexter, Redfield, Bouton, Granger, Van Meter, Dallas Center, Linden, Waukee, Dawson, Minburn, DeSoto, Perry Woodward.

Adjacent Counties: Guthrie, Adair, Madison, Warren, Polk, Boone, Greene County Seat: Adel

County Website: Learn more about the county at Dallas County Website Additional Dallas County Agricultural Informational Website: Dallas County Iowa Farm Service Agency

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)

Dallas County History: Dallas County is a county located in the U.S. state of Iowa. As of the 2020 Census, the population was 99,678, making it the seventh-most populous county in Iowa. Between 2010 and 2020, it was the fastest growing county in Iowa and one of the fastest growing in the country. Its county seat is Adel, and its largest city is Waukee. The county was named for George M. Dallas, Vice President of the United States under James K. Polk, the namesake of neighboring Polk County.

Dallas County is included in the Des Moines–West Des Moines, IA Metropolitan Statistical Area.

The land that now forms Dallas County was ceded by the Sac and Fox nation to the United States in a treaty signed on October 11, 1842.

On January 13, 1846, the legislative body of the Indiana Territory authorized the creation of twelve counties in the Iowa Territory, with general descriptions of their boundaries. Dallas County's name referred to United States Vice President George M. Dallas, who served from 1845 to 1849.

In 1847 the county residents voted to designate Penoch as the county seat (the name was changed to Adel in 1849). The county's population grew rapidly, with settlers coming to claim homesteads. By 1870, the population had crossed the 12,000 mark. Wikipedia page.

Dallas County Iowa State Map