How are parcel and CLU boundaries different?

Parcel Boundaries

Tax parcel boundaries and ownership information are sourced from county assessor records with the help of a third party. The information we provide for each tax parcel includes:

  • Parcel Boundaries
  • Assessor’s Parcel Number (APN)
  • Owner Name
  • Owner Mailing Address (exclusive to AcreValue Pro users)

Parcel records are published in AcreValue each quarter. However, currently, that information varies by county.

Reference our parcel data coverage map to see where we have parcel coverage.

CLU Boundaries

A Common Land Unit (CLU) is the smallest unit of land that has a permanent, contiguous boundary, a common land cover and land management, a common owner and a common producer in agricultural land associated with USDA farm programs. Common Land Unit boundaries (CLUs) are sourced from the Farm Service Agency (FSA) and are effective as of 2008. (Last publicly available data)

Reference our CLU data coverage map to see where we have CLU coverage.


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