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Farm manager survey finds excellent-quality farmland eased only slightly in first half of 2017; cash rents are expected to ease for 2018.
Monthly index on rural land prices from Creighton University's Ernie Goss moves to its highest level since July 2014.
Farmland values and cash rents across the Plains and Mid-South declined in 2015, according to reports from the Federal Reserve Banks of Kansas City and St. Louis. While both organizations noted declines in cropland value
The average cash rent for Iowa cropland declined 6.5% this year, according to the annual survey conducted by Iowa State University. The survey of actual cash rents, conducted in late-April, found the state average rent d
Overall average values of crop ground and grasslands have slipped from the highs of several years ago, but are still historically strong, according to Farmers National Company (FNC), the nation's leading farm and ran
A July 26 auction of 957 acres near Stanley, Ky., along the Daviess and Henderson counties border saw cropland bring $4,350 to $6,100 per acre. The wooded/recreational tracts brought $1,500 to $2,000 per acre. Tract 1
A mid-December auction north of Wichita, Kan., saw 471.5 acres bring $3,000 to $3,800 an acre. The auction, which occurred Dec. 16, featured four tracts of dryland cropland located northeast of Sedgwick in Harvey County.