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SOLD! 209 Acres of Iowa Farmland Goes For $18,000 Per Acre at Auction

$18,300 PER ACRE! On October 11, Iowa Auction Group successfully marketed 209 acres of Sioux County farmland at auction, including a 66-acre parcel with 61.87 cropland acres for $18,300 per acre and a 143-acre parcel for $13,500 per acre. According

Posted in Agriculture, Auctions, Farming, Feature, Iowa, Midwest, News Desk

Land Report August 2019 Newsletter

A billion here, a billion there, pretty soon you’re talking about serious money, right? I’m referring to the colossal implosion of the Mountain of Beverly Hills, the 157-acre, $1 billion listing in the 90210 zip code that sold at auction

Posted in Agriculture, Arizona, Auctions, Bankruptcy, California, Cattle, Developers, Midwest, Nevada, News Desk, Newsletter, Pacific, Southwest, Water, West

Industry Update: Growing a New Brand

Whitetail Properties partners with Williams & Williams to form RANCH AND FARM AUCTIONS. – Cary Estes Whitetail Properties knows land, particularly recreational land. After barely a decade in business, the Illinois-based real estate company already has surpassed more than $1

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Posted in Auctions, Feature, Great Lakes, Great Plains, Hunting, Midwest, News Desk, Northeast, Recreation, South, Southwest, West

Ranchers File Antitrust Suit Against Beef Packers

R-CALF USA joined with four cattle-feeding ranchers in Iowa, Kansas, Nebraska, and Wyoming to file a class-action lawsuit against the largest US beef packers. The Big Four packers — Cargill, JBS, National Beef, and Tyson — are accused of conspiring

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Posted in Agriculture, California, Cattle, Feature, Great Plains, Iowa, Kansas, Midwest, Nebraska, News Desk, Pacific, West, Wyoming

Farm Losses Top $2 Billion

The recent flooding that devastated farms in the Midwest continues to deliver economic blows, reports the Des Moines Register. Farmers are struggling not only with damaged crops and a massive cleanup but are also trying to reach fields and livestock

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Posted in Agriculture, Cattle, Farming, Feature, Iowa, Midwest, News Desk

Land Report March 2019 Newsletter

Spring has sprung, and with it has come pricing adjustments on several legacy properties currently on the market. Our March newsletter details these updates, including: Colorado’s Cross Mountain Ranch Northern California’s Lone Pine Ranch Southern California’s Mountain of Beverly Hills

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Posted in Agriculture, California, Colorado, Conservation, Federal Policy, Great Lakes, Midwest, News Desk, Newsletter, Northeast, Pacific, West

SOLD! Farm Owned by Honest Abe Sells at Auction

Farmland once owned by Abraham Lincoln sold for $300,000 at auction on Feb. 12 – Lincoln’s birthday. Of the 590 total acres auctioned, 30 were once owned by Lincoln. According to the Journal Gazette & Times-Courier, the Best family decided

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Posted in Agriculture, Auctions, Farming, Feature, Illinois, Midwest, News Desk

Cash Crunch Squeezes Farm Operators

Farmland values in the Tenth District dropped an average of 3 percent, according to the Kansas City Fed’s Ag Credit Survey. Blame it on decreased farm income, which fell for the fifth consecutive year. –The Editors The Kansas City Fed

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Posted in Agriculture, Colorado, Farming, Feature, Federal Policy, Great Plains, Kansas, Midwest, Missouri, Nebraska, New Mexico, News Desk, Oklahoma, Southwest, West, Wyoming

The Land Report Fall 2018

Our Investing Issue takes a look at two completely different strategies: one built on blood, sweat, and salt, and the other based on speculation and greed. Guess which one lost $100 million? Other great reads in our fall issue include: Farmland: Bill

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Posted in Agriculture, Back Issues, Cattle, Conservation, Farming, Hunting, Midwest, News Desk, Pacific, Public Land, Recreation, South, Southwest, Timber, Water, West

Increasing Percentage of Family-Owned Farms Are Not Family-Farmed

According to the Department of Agriculture, 99 percent of all farms in the US are family-owned, not corporate farms. Yet because of demographic trends and costly barriers to entry, only 60 percent of farmland nationwide is actually farmed by those

Posted in Agriculture, Farming, Feature, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Midwest, Missouri, News Desk, Ohio

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