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Renting or Leasing land

Renting, Leasing or Crop sharing your land or farm is more and more common in Canada. According to the latest data from Statistics Canada’s 2016 Census of Agriculture, farmersin Western Canada are renting more and more land. In Manitoba, farmers … Continue reading

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2016 Canada Farmland Values: Looking at the numbers

By Farm Credit Canada Farm Credit Canada land value report video Video Highlights The 2016 national average in farmland values increased by 7.9% Multiple signs show farmland values increases slowing down Most significant increases occurred in P.E.I, Alberta and Nova … Continue reading

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2017 USA cropland value by state in dollars per acre and change from 2016

2017 USA cropland value by state in dollars per acre and change from 2016  

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USA Farmland prices for crop land staying the same and pasture/ranch land showing increases

  Average USA crop land values staying the same year over year. Average USA total land values show slight increase

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Land investment available

Currently 320 acre land for sale in Alberta with 3% annual return. 270 acres cultivated and 50 acre’s native grass Call Ben @ 403.393.4040 ben@theboss.ca   Real Estate Centre

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What do farmland values in Canada, Australia and the U.S. have in common?

Article by FCC Canada Jun 27, 2017 Canada, Australia and the U.S.: Three countries. Three agriculture industries. Each is a global ag powerhouse, exporting some of the world’s largest ag commodity values, and they compete directly with each other. Despite … Continue reading

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Farm Credit Canada 2016 farmland value report

2016 farmland values in Canada: 3 things you should know Canadian farmland values increased at an average annual rate of 7.9% in 2016. While farmland values continue to strengthen, their rate of growth continues to slow overall. This is the … Continue reading

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Growth slows for Canadian farmland value amid declining field-crop prices

Growth slows for Canadian farmland value amid declining field-crop prices ERIC ATKINS The Globe and Mail Published Monday, Apr. 10, 2017 12:01AM EDT Last updated Monday, Apr. 10, 2017 12:01AM EDT The surge in the value of agricultural real estate … Continue reading

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Betting the Farm

Story by Bloomberg Betting the farm on record crop, livestock and dairy prices has turned into a losing investment for an expanding share of America’s agricultural heartland. The level of debt to income is the highest in three decades, and … Continue reading

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Iowa Chapter of REALTORS® Land Institute Releases 2016 Land Trends and Values Survey

The Iowa Chapter of REALTORS® Land Institute is pleased to announce the results of their September 2016 Land Trends and Values Survey. REALTORS® Land Institute is an affiliate of the National Association of REALTORS® and is organized for REALTORS® who … Continue reading

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