2018-08 PAER: Farmland Values Survey 2018

August 1, 2018

Creating A Culture Of Collaboration In Family Businesses
Authors: Renee Wiatt, Family Business Management Specialist and Maria Marshall, Professor of Agricultural Economics

Farmland Assessment For Property Taxes In The Coming Decade
Authors: Tamara Ogle, Extension Community Development Regional Educator and Larry DeBoer, Professor of Agricultural Economics

2018 Indiana Pasture Land, Hay Ground, And On-Farm Grain Storage Rent
Author: Craig Dobbins, Professor of Agricultural Economics

2018 Indiana Farmland Values – Up, Down, & Sideways
Author: Craig Dobbins, Professor of Agricultural Economics

Articles in this Publication:

Creating a Culture of Collaboration in Family Businesses

Farmland Assessment for Property Taxes in the Coming Decade

2018 Indiana Pasture Land, Hay Ground, and On-Farm Grain Storage Rent

2018 Indiana Farmland Values – Up, Down, & Sideways

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