Colorado Land Rental Price Data


We maintain current land prices and rental pricing data on Colorado farmland in order to better serve farmers and ranchers looking to rent farmland in Colorado with landowners who who have farmland in Colorado that's available for lease.

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Average Colorado Cropland (Crop Acreage) Rental Rates


Data on Colorado cropland rental prices is available in the accompanying table and chart. All prices are per acre, per year.

Average values differ from irrigated cropland and non-irrigated cropland values.

Table of Colorado Cropland Rental Prices By Year

YearColoradoUnited States
2016$73$113
2015$74$119
2014$74$106
2013$72$101
2012$72$94

Graph of Colorado Cropland Rental Price By Year

Colorado Irrigated and Non-irrigated Cropland Values


Colorado irrigated cropland average rent pricing data is available in the accompanying table and chart. All prices are per acre.

Key Findings:

Irrigated acreage rental prices in Colorado increased by 1.4% from $140/acre in 2015 to $142/acre in 2016.

The rental price of irrigated Colorado cropland increased by 29.1% from $110/acre in 2008 to $142/acre in 2016.

Table of Colorado Irrigated Cropland Rental Prices By Year

YearIrrigatedNon-Irrigated
2016$142$29
2015$140$28
2014$140$28
2013$125$27
2012$125$26

Graph of Colorado Irrigated Cropland Rental Prices By Year

Colorado Pastureland (Pasture Acreage) Rental Rates


Colorado pasture acreage rental price data is available in the accompanying table and chart. All prices are per acre.

Key Findings:

Pastureland rental prices in Colorado increased by 16.0% from $5/acre in 2015 to $6/acre in 2016.

The rental price of Colorado pastureland decreased by 49.6% from $12/acre in 1994 to $6/acre in 2016.

Table of Colorado Pastureland Rental Prices By Year

YearColoradoUnited States
2016$5$21
2015$5$21
2014$4$17
2013$4$17
2012$4$17

Chart of Colorado Pastureland Rental Price By Year

Colorado Farmland Values

Information on land values for Colorado acreage, cropland (irrigated and non-irrigated), and pasture land is available here.

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For Colorado Farmers and Ranchers:

The prime land in Colorado provides farmers and ranchers with excellent opportunities to find and utilize prime tillable land for crops, as well as pasture land, meadows, and rangeland for cattle and livestock.

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For Colorado Landowners:

If you own Colorado farmland, you have a valuable asset that can provide you with recurring income and financial security.

We can help you sell your Colorado farmland through our extensive nationwide network. If you're interested in leasing your land out, we can help you get the best rental rates for your farmland, so you maximize the cash flow potential of your land.

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