Non-tillable real estate that cannot be used economically for agricultural use or production. Such land types include but are not limited to: blowouts, river wash, marshes, swamps, sloughs (including wetlands covered all or part of the year with water, but not classified as a water surface), badlands, steep hillside, and large deep gullies (including streambeds and banks, bluffs, and rock land).
Non-tillable real estate having stands of trees, including integral open space and felled areas that are waiting restocking. Woodlands may support an understory of shrubs, herbs, or grasses. Some stands of trees could be considered “pasture” if used for grazing by domestic animals.