16:01PM Jan 30, 2018

Ghost Frog Jumps Private Property, Lands In Supreme Court

Chris Bennett
Technology and Issues Editor

A phantom frog has spurred the Supreme Court to address Weyerhaeuser v. U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service and determine if the government can aim at private land anywhere in the

00:05AM Jan 26, 2018

Cash Rent Bottom?

Sara Schafer
Sara Schafer

Land rental rates are expected to decline in 2018, but just barely.

16:45PM Jan 23, 2018

Pigs Don't Fly: Feral Hog Spread Is A Man-Made Mess

Chris Bennett
Technology and Issues Editor

Wild pigs, the most reproductively capable large animal in North America, are hitching a human ride. Illegal transport of wild pigs contributes to an annual multi-billion dollar bill. Wild pigs

16:57PM Jan 22, 2018

Prices Stable For High-Quality Farmland

Rhonda Brooks
AgWeb Contributor

Today, Farm Credit Services of America (FCSAmerica), announced that farmland values in four of its key markets stabilized in 2017, a reflection of what it says is continued market demand

11:38AM Jan 22, 2018

What's Ahead for Land Values in 2018

Sara Schafer
Sara Schafer

Farmland values seemed to defy logic in 2017. Numerous factors suggested prices would creep lower—yet they stabilized in many areas. “Despite a slow ag economy and mostly stagnant grain prices

22:44PM Jan 19, 2018

Economic Insights: Gold Versus Farmland

Mike Walsten
LandOwner Editor

Balance has returned to the relative value of gold versus farmland. The ratio reflecting the ounces of gold required to buy an acre of Illinois or Iowa farmland has eased

12:30PM Jan 19, 2018

Negotiating Land Rent at Top Producer Seminar

Alexa Nordwald
Farm Journal Intern

Land rent negotiations can be difficult at times but at the 2018 Top Producer Seminar, Chris Barron will share tips on successful negotiating.