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18:58PM Aug 20, 2018

The Question: To Rent or Not to Rent?

When cash flows are tight and profit margins are difficult to achieve, any additional analysis can benefit your decision-making process.

15:10PM Feb 27, 2018

Can Willie Benedetti Be Forced To Farm?

Chris Bennett
Technology and Issues Editor

Willie Benedetti says he is within his rights to retire and build a house for his son. Marin County officials say otherwise.

11:00AM Feb 12, 2018

Critical Window for Farmland Values

Sara Schafer
Sara Schafer

Above-average crop yields created optimism for farmland prices last fall. That post-harvest bump combined with a short supply of land for sale and continued low interest rates have propped up

13:00PM Feb 10, 2018

Farmers Predict Stable Land Values

Sara Schafer
Sara Schafer

Optimism about farmland prices is ticking up for farmers. That’s according to the Purdue/CME Group November 2017 Ag Economy Barometer by Purdue University’s Center for Commercial Agriculture. The monthly survey

16:00PM Feb 09, 2018

Divergence in Western Corn Belt Farmland Values

Mike Walsten
LandOwner Editor

While some states in the Western Corn Belt are seeing strength in farmland values, others are showing weakness. That’s according to the most recent appraisal update conducted by Omaha-based Farm

11:00AM Feb 09, 2018

Five-Year Decline in Farmland Sales Volume

Mike Walsten
LandOwner Editor

The number of farms sold in 2017 declined for the fifth year in a row, according to data from Farm Credit Services of America (FCSAmerica) and Frontier Farm Credit. The

19:25PM Feb 08, 2018

Southwest Minnesota Sees 6% Decline in Farmland Values

Mike Walsten
LandOwner Editor

Farmland values in southwest Minnesota declined 6% in the first half of 2017, according to a survey conducted by David Bau, University of Minnesota Extension educator.