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Farmland Values: Buy or Rent to Expand? It’s a Complicated Choice. – DTN

Farmland Values: Buy or Rent to Expand? It’s a Complicated Choice. – DTN

👤By Des Keller Progressive Farmer Contributing Editor 🕔Jan 8, 2018

In July on an early morning drive in east-central Indiana, Don Thurston gave a tour of the 3,600 acres he farms. A longtime no-till practitioner in both corn and soybeans, he spied a cluster of waterhemp near the edge of

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Farmland Prices And Ag Income Slump In Midwest, Delta States – St. Louis Fed

👤From The St. Louis Federal Reserve Bank 🕔Feb 9, 2017

Midwest and Mid-South farm income and expenditures fell during the fourth quarter of 2016, according to the latest Agricultural Finance Monitor published by the Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis. Meanwhile, quality farmland values and ranchland or pastureland values also

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Farmland Sold! Delaware Farm Brings $3.8 Million at Auction

👤From a Press Release 🕔Aug 1, 2016

A 333-acre Delaware farm sold on July 28 for $3,827,350 million in an auction that attracted more than 30 registered bidders who competed vigorously for an hour and a half. Murray Wise Associates conducted the auction, in cooperation with Woltz

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Nebraska: Farmland Values Down 4%; Rental Rates Down 2-10%

Nebraska: Farmland Values Down 4%; Rental Rates Down 2-10%

👤From the University of Nebraska-Lincoln CropWatch 🕔Mar 12, 2016

Preliminary results from the UNL Nebraska Farm Real Estate Market Survey show that since Feb. 1, 2015, land rental rates dropped 2%-10% across Nebraska. Decreases in land values ranged from -1% in the northeast and east to -10% in south central

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Indiana: Farmland Value Likely to Drop in 2016

Indiana: Farmland Value Likely to Drop in 2016

👤By Darrin Pack, Purdue University 🕔Dec 22, 2015

Higher interest rates and low crop prices will likely drive down the value of Indiana farmland in 2016, but any losses should be moderate, Purdue University agricultural economist Craig Dobbins says. “Land values would be expected to fall more quickly

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Farmland Sale In Illinois Averages $10,755 Across 556 Acres

Farmland Sale In Illinois Averages $10,755 Across 556 Acres

👤From a Press Release 🕔Nov 23, 2015

The Nov. 18 auction of 556 acres of farmland in Champagne County, Illinois, brought a total of $5.98 million, or an average of $10,755 per acre. Prices on individual tracts ranged from $7,566 per acre to $13,156 per acre. The

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Nebraska: Value of Farmland Drops

👤Lisa Brown Jasa - University of Nebraska-Lincoln 🕔Mar 4, 2015

After five years of increases in Nebraska farmland values, the state average dropped 3%, according to preliminary findings from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln’s Nebraska Farm Real Estate Market Development survey. The state average farmland value as of Feb. 1, 2015

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Farmland: What’s Your Bit of Dust Really Worth? Think About it. – DTN

Farmland: What’s Your Bit of Dust Really Worth? Think About it. – DTN

👤By Elaine Kub, DTN Contributing Analyst 🕔Feb 18, 2015

“Remember, man, you are dust and to dust you shall return.” This exhortation from the third chapter of the bible will be intoned by Catholic priests this Ash Wednesday each time they smudge ashes on their parishioners’ foreheads. It’s meant

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