U.S. Farm Report
An index that pension funds use reflects stabilization in farmland values across the nation, but it still shows weakness in Midwestern values.
Cropland values in western Ohio are projected to decrease in 2017 compared to year-ago levels.
The pace of farmland-value drops has slowed in several areas, according to a recent report from Farm Credit Services of America.
Farmland sales in 2017 are happening in a definite seller’s market, according to Jim Rothermich, an Iowa real estate appraiser who tracks all farmland sales in Iowa.
Your property rights enjoyed a major victory when the Environmental Protection Agency and Army Corps of Engineers announced in late June they would rescind the onerous Waters of the U.S. rule.
This combine sold in Indiana on Wednesday.
Demand for butter in Europe is emptying storage and driving higher prices
Drought conditions worsened in several states over the past week from extreme heat and weeks with little rain, raising the prospect that grocery staples such as bread and beans could cost more as the region that produces those commodities is hardest hit.
Cody Goodknight of Chattanooga received recognition in late July in Nashville, Tenn., in front of more than 150 of his peers.
The latest crop progress report from the USDA Monday shows that 57 percent of the soybean crop is rated good to excellent, a four-point decline from the week prior.