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He and his wife, Debbie, say they plan to farm the tillable land and lease the buildings to local industry.
TILLABLE: percentage of all land in the parcel that is rated tillable (arable) by the assessor
Spread: Oregon's grass seed crops occupy 529,000 acres, or more than half of the Willamette Valley's tillable land.
Besides the obvious loss of tillable farmland and precious open space, he said, noisy tractors in the morning and wind machines at night, which protect crop from frost, can disturb residents adjacent to farms.
It's much more of a sacrifice to a full-time farmer who is tilling his ground to give up tillable acreage or pasture acreage," Stautberg says.
At least in Wichita County, most tillable land has been converted to cropland (mostly wheat).
Approximately 1,092 acres of farmland in Clinton and Howard counties, including 986 tillable acres, sold for a total of $5.
7, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- Two Michigan farms -- making up a total of 413 acres that include tillable farmland, wooded areas, a stream, two homes and farm buildings -- will be offered at auction Tuesday, Nov.
With its producer partners, the seed industry is challenged to meet this growing grain need--producing more grain per hectare without pushing the limits of current tillable land.
In fact we don't have even one square inch of tillable land.