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2015 Farmland Outlook Depends on Fall Grain Prices By: 07/09/2015 @ 2:04pm

Grain prices for this fall will be a determining factor for the value of farmland, according to Randy Dickhut, vice president of real estate operations of Farmers…

The cases for high & low farmland By: 11/30/2012 @ 11:21am

Some say there's not a bubble building in the farmland market. Others say some factors are lining up to send the…

Rooting out rental ground By: 09/05/2012 @ 11:28am

It's no secret that acquiring land can be a difficult matter for young and beginning farmers, and many discuss…

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Successful Land Sale: Two Minnesota Auctions Total $2.3 million; plus Iowa and Oklahoma By: 08/26/2015 @ 11:04am

This was a big week for Matt Maring Auction. The Kenyon, Minnesota-based auction company had two land sales this week; a 222.35-acre auction on August 24 in Lyon County, Minnesota, and a 231-acre auction in…

Successful Farm Sale: NW Kansas Farm Brings $2,475; Plus Iowa, Oklahoma Auctions By: 08/18/2015 @ 4:50pm

If a western Kansas landowner is planning to sell some ground, 2015 is a pretty good year to do it. Until this year, much of the western third of the state had been mired in drought. This year, however, rains…

Successful Land Sale: Illinois Farm Averages $9,250; Also, Sales in Minnesota and Oklahoma By: 08/11/2015 @ 3:35pm

On sale day, any number of factors can influence the selling price of farmland. Since we started the Successful Land Sale column in March, we've seen a number of factors at play: inclement weather;…

Successful Land Sale: Eastern Iowa Land Averages $9,100 By: 08/06/2015 @ 10:46am

The art of animal husbandry has not been lost on the farmers of east-central Iowa. Pork and beef production in the region remains strong, and thus land prices remain steady because of livestock producers'…

Successful Land Sale: Marshall County, Indiana, Farms By: 07/30/2015 @ 9:50am

In the Hoosier state, corn and soybean fields are soggy. This, combined with low commodity prices, has land buyers wary of making long-term investments for all but the best farmland. Still, Jon Rosen, sales…

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