I’d happily back this up. I’ve spoke with dnr on this as well as some realtors that had some data/insight. I’ve also owned land, farmed or spent vast time in 15 or so counties where in almost EVERY CASE Its vast pockets of NR’s. Not the pure Ag land but the timbered mixed land. & be clear- I’m not against them or dislike them or bash them. I like them but I just don’t want it to go from what it is now to Almost all NR ownership. I know some realtors & ISU had some data on this. Fair enough on the request. On the common sense side, Here’s counties I’ve spent multiple years in all over the counties & I think most would attest to this if they are in a forested neighborhood in our southern or Eastern parts of state (where we have the bulk of forest). Wappello, Wayne, vanburen, Decatur, Lee, ringold, Clarke, Madison, Marion, Monroe, Appanoose, lucas, Davis, etc - For the folks in these areas of “good hunting” & heavily wooded..... I think common sense would tell us there is NR ownership in a “large %”. My buddies have same feedback in eastern part.... Clayton, Jackson, Louisa, etc. agree though fair point & fair request.... I’ll see what I can come back up with. Anyone in these counties with a little digging won’t have a hard time seeing “>20% NR ownership” of the good timbered tracts. Common sense & some feedback from countless folks across these areas are very consistent. Again, not nocking NR’s at all!!! Many are my friends. Just speaking for what I see are the facts to keep this great state great.