Good land in a good area is a recipe for a fine farmland auction. It certainly was for the heirs of the Margie Ann Hansen Estate, which sold 163 acres of Cherokee County, Iowa, farmland November 7.
In Kansas visit, USDA Secretary talks trade, market assistance, and immigration.
Inventor’s homestead and farmland averages $2,700 per acre. Plus, sales from Illinois, Indiana, and South Dakota.
After bidding between three potential buyers, the original Bi-Rotor prototype combine sold for $22,000 at Underwood’s estate auction held near Burr Oak, Kansas, on October 29.
Delays in planting caused by rain have stalled planting progress so far, and could prompt farmers to halt wheat planting altogether and wait until corn, grain sorghum, or soybean planting in 2019.
Land sales don’t get much more epic than the October 17 auction of Illinois farm and hunting ground. It was epic in every way: size (4,396 acres); volume (85 tracts); and proceeds ($13,056,280).
Mark Underwood and Ralph Lagergren’s XBR-2 Combine – the first Bi-Rotor combine – will sell at auction on the Underwood farm in north-central Kansas October 29.
Mercer County auction draws top dollar. Plus, sale results from Kansas and South Dakota.
If your wheat is slow to emerge, determine the cause to see if replanting is needed.
With rain on the way, wheat producers wonder: Should we plant or wait?