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Indiana: Cash Rent Dropped 12% Since 2014 – What’s Next?

Indiana: Cash Rent Dropped 12% Since 2014 – What’s Next?

👤By Nathan Carson and Michael Langemeier, Purdue University 🕔Apr 17, 2017

Net crop returns have dropped significantly since 2013. Budgeted earnings per acre for a corn/soybean rotation in Indiana were $120 in 2013. Since then budgeted losses per acre have ranged from $45 to $107. What effect has this significant drop

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North Dakota: Cropland Values Flat to Down

North Dakota: Cropland Values Flat to Down

👤By Kelli Armbruster, North Dakota State University 🕔Apr 11, 2017

A decline in North Dakota cropland value of 1 percent was indicated by a January survey commissioned by the North Dakota Department of Trust Lands. Andrew Swenson, North Dakota State University Extension Service farm management specialist, derived regional and state

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Farm Policy: Farmland Values, Farm Income, and Ag Trade Issues with China

Farm Policy: Farmland Values, Farm Income, and Ag Trade Issues with China

👤By Keith Good, Farm Policy News 🕔Apr 10, 2017

Today’s update summarizes recent news items relating to important components of the U.S. farm economy including farmland values, farm income and trade issues with China. Farmland Values Earlier this month, the Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas released its Agricultural Credit Survey

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Farm Policy: Farmland Values, Ag Prices, and Farm Income

Farm Policy: Farmland Values, Ag Prices, and Farm Income

👤By Keith Good, Farm Policy News 🕔Apr 3, 2017

Today’s update looks at a variety of information sources that highlight recent developments relating to the U.S. farm economy, including variables associated with farmland values, agricultural prices, and farm income. Farmland Values An update on March 23rd from the Federal

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Farm Policy: Financial Pressure on Farms Likely to Continue

Farm Policy: Financial Pressure on Farms Likely to Continue

👤By Keith Good, Farm Policy News 🕔Mar 20, 2017

A news release last week from the Food and Agricultural Policy Research Institute (FAPRI) at the University of Missouri indicated that, “The latest analysis of national and global agricultural trends from the University of Missouri indicates continued financial pressure on United

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Nebraska: Farmland Values Declined 10% Over 12 Months

Nebraska: Farmland Values Declined 10% Over 12 Months

👤By Jim Jansen, University of Nebraska-Lincoln 🕔Mar 15, 2017

Preliminary findings from the 2017 Nebraska Farm Real Estate Market Survey conducted by the University of Nebraska-Lincoln indicate that as of February 1, 2017, the weighted average farmland value declined by about 10% over the prior 12-month period to $2,805

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Farmland Taxes: Rates and Policies Vary by State

Farmland Taxes: Rates and Policies Vary by State

👤By Jennifer Ifft, Cornell University; and Todd Kuethe, University of Illinois 🕔Mar 13, 2017

All 50 U.S. states provide some form of preferential tax treatment for agricultural land. These tax policies were adopted state-by-state in response to the rapid loss of farmland associated with the rapid expansion of urban land use activities, following World

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Ag Economy Barometer: Producer Sentiment Backs Off from Jan. Peak

Ag Economy Barometer: Producer Sentiment Backs Off from Jan. Peak

👤By James Mintert, David Widmar, and Michael Langemeier, Purdue University 🕔Mar 7, 2017

Following three months of strong gains, the Purdue/CME Group Ag Economy Barometer shifted course during February, declining to a reading of 134 compared to 153 a month earlier. Although the Barometer–a measure of producer sentiment based on a monthly survey

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Farm Policy: 3 Fed, Bank Reports Show Declining Farmland Values; Tighter Credit

Farm Policy: 3 Fed, Bank Reports Show Declining Farmland Values; Tighter Credit

👤By Keith Good, Farm Policy News 🕔Feb 13, 2017

On Thursday, the Federal Reserve Banks of Chicago, St. Louis and Kansas City each released updates regarding farmland values and agricultural credit conditions from the fourth quarter of last year.   The Fed reports, which contained concerning news for farmers,

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Missouri: Tightening Profit Margins Means Farmers Must Control Costs

Missouri: Tightening Profit Margins Means Farmers Must Control Costs

👤By Linda Geist, University of Missouri 🕔Feb 1, 2017

Higher production costs and lower commodity prices mean farmers must control costs more carefully than ever, says University of Missouri Extension agricultural economist Ray Massey. Land, seed and fertilizer are the largest production costs for row crop operations. “If you

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