Farmland, News Desk
2016 Marks Third Consecutive Drop in Corn Belt Farm Values
The Seventh Federal Reserve District reported a 1% drop in agricultural land values in 2016. This follows decreases of 3% in both 2015 and 2014. Senior Business Economist David Oppedahl noted the following:
– The decrease in the agricultural land values from their peak in 2013 through the end of 2016 was 9.5% in real terms.
– The current multi-year downturn has been much more moderate than the previous such stretch during the 1980s.
Click here to read more.
Warning: Undefined array key 0 in /home/domains/dev.landreport.com/public/wp-content/plugins/elementor-pro/modules/dynamic-tags/acf/tags/acf-url.php on line 34
Warning: Undefined array key 1 in /home/domains/dev.landreport.com/public/wp-content/plugins/elementor-pro/modules/dynamic-tags/acf/tags/acf-url.php on line 34
2018 Land Report 100: Reed Family
No. 4 Reed Family 1,729,232 acres (up 359,232 acres) Headquartered in Seattle, the Reed family’s …
Tom Brokaw: The Land Report Interview
By Eric O’Keefe Tom Brokaw has had a front-row seat at some of the most …
Land Report Top Ten: March 2013
From the Pacific to the Northeast, here are America’s priciest properties, led by Walton Ranch …
Elk Creek Ranch Acquires Seven Lakes
For those who are passionate about outdoor pursuits, the next great adventure can’t come soon enough.