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Recent data shows the climb in cash rent levels paid by farmers will likely slow in the next year in the heart of the Corn Belt. The numbers come after a summer when speculation grew about how this year's drought may influence not just rent levels, but also land values in general, in the next year, especially if the moisture deficit in corn and soybean country continues.

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Cash land rent climb mellowing in Illinois

 

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Farmland keeps climbing despite drought

 

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Farmland value gains slow -- Fed

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Falling land values? Watch interest rates

 

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Flexible cash rent + indemnity payments = ?

 

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Drought levels off land values, incomes

 
 
 

 
 
 
 
 

 
 
 
 
 

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