Cropland rental expenses in Washington fell $1 year-over-year to $201 per acre. Meanwhile, irrigated cropland in the Evergreen state increased by $2 per acre this year, coming in at $360. And non-irrigated cropland rental expense is $75 per acre, unchanged from last year.
Oregon cropland comes in at $152 per acre, a $7 drop from 2018 figures. Irrigated cropland was unchanged year-over-year, coming in at $215 per acre. And non-irrigated cropland rental expenses are up $2 from last year to $95.
Cash rent expense for all cropland in Idaho is estimated at $159 per acre for 2019, down $1 per acre from last year. Irrigated cropland is estimated at $216 per acre, unchanged from 2018. Non-irrigated cropland rental expense is $56.00 per acre, unchanged from last year.
Pasture cash rent expense was $11.00 per acre in Idaho for 2019, unchanged from 2018. In Oregon, pasture cash rent was $11.00 per acre, down $1.00 per acre from the previous year. Washington producers paid $8.00 per acre for pasture rent.
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