2019-08 PAER: Farmland Values Survey 2019

August 5, 2019

2019 Indiana Pasture Land, Hay Ground, And On-Farm Grain Storage Rent
Author: Craig Dobbins, Professor of Agricultural Economics

Indiana Farmland Values And Cash Rent Trends And Market Comments
Author: Craig Dobbins, Professor of Agricultural Economics

2019 Indiana Farmland Values And Cash Rents Slide Lower
Author: Craig Dobbins, Professor of Agricultural Economics

Articles in this Publication:

Latest Articles:

How will the farm bill be shaped by the federal budget?

March 28, 2023

CBO’s February outlook identified federal deficit projections well above fifty year norms. Mounting concerns about economic growth and the size of the deficit indicate that new farm legislation in 2023 will likely need to be reduced from its estimated $140 bn/year cost to gain broad legislative support.


How has the Thrifty Food Plan increased the cost of the farm bill?

March 7, 2023

USDA’s changes to the Thrifty Food Plan (TFP) in 2021 have increased spending estimates by more than a quarter trillion dollars over ten years. The TFP and other factors used in calculating SNAP benefits will be prime targets for introducing cost reductions into the 2023 Farm Bill.


How is the budget for Farm Bill 2023 determined?

February 21, 2023

In this policy brief, we examine nutrition and commodity program spending since 2018 and conclude that the success of general economic policies typically determine farm bill spending. While the CBOs baseline represents important information it should not be treated as an automatic signal that farm bill programs must be cut.


Delivered right to your inbox

The Purdue Agricultural Economics Report is a quarterly publication written by faculty and staff from the Department Agricultural Economics at Purdue University.

By joining this mailing list, you will receive an email when a new publication is released. This mailing list is kept solely for the purpose of sharing the report and is not used for any other purposes.