Tillable, the farm real estate platform that allows landowners and farmers to buy, sell, rent, finance, manage, and research farmland, announced that they have launched a new, all-digital farm operating loan application. Upon approval, Tillable's digital Ag financing application...
The land market momentum that began in late 2021 accelerated into 2022 and was driven by competition for high quality cropland; it resulted in both record sales and overall increases in land values across the country. Strong demand across all...
Not to sound like a broken record, but we have another record for farmland sales. In Sioux County, Iowa, 73.19 acres of high-quality farmland sold for $30,000 per acre during an auction on Nov. 11. That equals a total...
Tillable, the farm real estate platform that allows landowners and farmers to buy, sell, rent, finance, manage, and research farmland, announced that their all-digital financing platform is now available nationwide. Farmers and landowners can apply and get approval for...
AcreTrader today announced the official launch of Acres, a user-friendly land analysis platform for desktop and mobile that provides access to comprehensive data for 150 million U.S. parcels, local insights and comparable sales. The Acres platform is a key...
Illinois Farmland Values Up 18%, May Have Plateaued: Survey Farmland prices across Illinois have maintained their strength from 2021 with an average increase of 18 percent over the same period one year ago. However, the peak may have been reached...
Farmland prices have increased by large amounts over last year’s prices. Even given these increases, farmland prices still are near levels suggested by the historical relationship between farmland prices, farmland returns, and interest rates. Significant declines in farmland prices...
The Indications are that land auction activity will be good during the 2022 pre and post-harvest sales seasons. With the normal slowdown of land sales during spring planting and the early summer period coming to an end, booking of...
After peaking at 6.8 million farms in 1935, the number of U.S. farms and ranches fell sharply through the early 1970s. Rapidly falling farm numbers in the mid-20th century reflect the growing productivity of agriculture and increased nonfarm employment...
It is interesting to step back from the extremely strong land market in the US Grain Belt and see what is happening elsewhere. The prairie provinces of Canada are a good place to look for farmland price trends, since...
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