Cropland definition

Cropland means land used for the production of adapted crops for harvest, alone or in a rotation with grasses and legumes, and includes row crops, small-grain crops, hay crops, nursery crops, orchard crops, and other similar specialty crops.
Cropland means agricultural land that is not covered by a certified animal waste management plan and is used for growing corn, grains, oilseed crops, cotton, forages, tobacco, beans, or other vegetables or fruits.
Cropland means land on a commercial farm that:

Examples of Cropland in a sentence

  • ASSESSED VALUE Entered After 2004 Managed Forest - OPEN @ $2.04 per acreEntered After 2004 Managed Forest - CLOSED @$ 10.20 per acre21 (a) PARCELS(b) ACRES(c) ASSESSED VALUE(d) PARCELS(e) ACRES(f) ASSESSED VALUE (a) County Forest Cropland Acres22(b) Federal Acres(c) State Acres(d) County (NOT FOREST CROP) Acres(e) Other Acres Assessed Value of Omitted Property From Prior Years (Sec.

  • ASSESSED VALUE249,600 Entered After 2004 Managed Forest - OPEN @ $2.04 per acreEntered After 2004 Managed Forest - CLOSED @$ 10.20 per acre21 (a) PARCELS(b) ACRES(c) ASSESSED VALUE(d) PARCELS 15(e) ACRES 237.63(f) ASSESSED VALUE 482,400(a) County Forest Cropland Acres22(b) Federal Acres(c) State Acres431.83(d) County (NOT FOREST CROP) Acres11.89(e) Other Acres247.97Assessed Value of Omitted Property From Prior Years (Sec.

  • ASSESSED VALUE1,936,200 Entered After 2004 Managed Forest - OPEN @ $2.04 per acreEntered After 2004 Managed Forest - CLOSED @$ 10.20 per acre21 (a) PARCELS(b) ACRES(c) ASSESSED VALUE(d) PARCELS 40(e) ACRES 908.19(f) ASSESSED VALUE 2,754,600(a) County Forest Cropland Acres22(b) Federal Acres(c) State Acres4,652.53(d) County (NOT FOREST CROP) Acres(e) Other Acres104.16Assessed Value of Omitted Property From Prior Years (Sec.

  • ASSESSED VALUE Entered After 2004 Managed Forest - OPEN @ $2.04 per acreEntered After 2004 Managed Forest - CLOSED @$ 10.20 per acre21 (a) PARCELS(b) ACRES(c) ASSESSED VALUE(d) PARCELS(e) ACRES(f) ASSESSED VALUE (a) County Forest Cropland Acres22(b) Federal Acres(c) State Acres(d) County (NOT FOREST CROP) Acres(e) Other Acres107Assessed Value of Omitted Property From Prior Years (Sec.

  • ASSESSED VALUE177,600 Entered After 2004 Managed Forest - OPEN @ $2.04 per acreEntered After 2004 Managed Forest - CLOSED @$ 10.20 per acre21 (a) PARCELS(b) ACRES(c) ASSESSED VALUE(d) PARCELS 7(e) ACRES 95.7(f) ASSESSED VALUE 263,900(a) County Forest Cropland Acres22(b) Federal Acres(c) State Acres978.79(d) County (NOT FOREST CROP) Acres46.42(e) Other Acres470.49Assessed Value of Omitted Property From Prior Years (Sec.


More Definitions of Cropland

Cropland means land used for the production of cultivated crops for harvest, alone or in a rotation with grasses and legumes, and includes row crops, small grain crops, hay crops, nursery crops, orchard crops, and other similar specialty crops. Land will not be considered as having been used for the production of cultivated crops on the basis of use as woodland or rangeland, or where the only cultivation has been disking to establish or help maintain grass used as a forage, or where the only cultivation has been disking to plant small grain for a quick cover to be used as forage and not as a grain crop.
Cropland means land under cultivation including cropland harvested, crop failures, cultivated summer fallow, idle cropland, and cropland used only for pasture as defined by the United States Department of Agriculture.
Cropland means agricultural Private Land that is cultivated and mechanically harvested and upon which the division has determined that migratory deer rely to meet herd management objectives.
Cropland means any acreage considered by ASCS for program payment purposes.
Cropland means land that is used for the production of agricultural crops,
Cropland means land used for the growing and harvesting of grains, legumes, grasses, fruits or vegetables; including land used for such purposes that may occasionally be used for livestock pasture.
Cropland means land used for the production of adapted crops for harvest, alone or in a rotation with grasses and legumes, and includes row crops, small grain crops, hay crops, nursery crops, orchard crops, and other similar specialty crops. Land used for facilities in support of cropland farming operations which is adjacent to or an integral part of these operations is also included.