Thursday 8 September 2005 3.41pm
"Agricultural land falls into two categories: arable land and pasture or grazing land. High yield arable land needs very specific conditions such as good location and precise soil content. This means that it is quite limited in supply and therefore it is sold at a premium
Prices of arable land vary tremendously, even within the same region, and you can expect to pay anything from around £1500 to £5600 per acre. Agricultural pasture or grazing land is in much greater supply as location and soil content aren't quite as important. Again prices vary greatly: from around £1500 to £5750 per acre. These are only rough figures and some agricultural land can command far higher prices. For example, ten acres in good pastureland could be worth as much as £30,000 plus per acre if it is well-located are of limited supply."
Nothing apple-specific, but it's a start...
mostly aimed at those who want to turn that nasty useless land into lovely expensive buildings of course.