Scott McCullough 10/29/2010 @ 9:09am
This trend makes farmland prices behave more like other income-producing commercial real estate. As interest rates go up, cap rates go up, causing income-producing land values to decline and vice-versa.
Midwest Temps Dip; Frost Chances Remain Low By: Jeff Caldwell09/11/2014 @ 6:29am
The system that brought monsoon-type rainfall to parts of the Midwest over the last few days has…
Don't Neglect Safety This Harvest By: Jeff Caldwell09/10/2014 @ 8:57am
Harvest is here (or close, depending on your location). It's about the craziest time of the…
Storing Grain Outside This Fall? Keep It Dry… By: Jeff Caldwell09/10/2014 @ 6:51am
If crop output projections reach fruition this fall, there could be a lot of corn and soybeans…