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Farmland Price to Earnings Ratios for Indiana

This paper explores trends in farmland values, cash rents, interest rates, the farmland price to cash rent (P/Rent) multiple, and the price to earnings (P/E) ratio on stocks. The P/Rent multiple averaged 17.6 from 1960 to 2012 and ranged from 11.1 in 1986 to 29.5 in 2012.

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Farm Managers and Rural Appraisers’ Assessment of Indiana’s Farmland Market

Even with a severe drought during the summer of 2012, the Indiana land market continues to move higher. The February 2013 issue of the AgLetter, a Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago newsletter, indicated that farmland values in the Seventh District (Iowa, and parts of Illinois, Indiana, Michigan, and Wisconsin) increased 16% from January 1, 2012 to January 1, 2013.

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Farmland Values – Will the Boom Turn Bust Presentation

Top Producer Seminar presentation by Dr. Brent Gloy.

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When Do Farm Booms Become Bubbles?

Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City Symposium, July 16-17, 2012 – Session 1: When Do Farm Booms Become Bubbles? | Rapid increases in agricultural incomes and asset values have brought back memories of previous booms and busts. Henderson, Gloy, and Boehlje (2011) chronicled previous agricultural booms and busts noting that they have often corresponded to rapid expansions and contractions of agricultural exports.

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Farmland Values – Will the Boom Turn Bust?

Rapid increases in agricultural incomes and asset values have brought back memories of previous booms and busts. Henderson, Gloy, and Boehlje (2011) chronicled previous agricultural booms and busts noting that they have often corresponded to rapid expansions and contractions of agricultural exports. As in previous eras, today’s agricultural boom has been fueled by increases in export demand. A key difference however, is the dramatic increase in domestic demand associated with the use of biofuels.

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Fixed and Flexible Cash Rent Agreements for Your Farm

Rental arrangements for cropland vary widely from one geographic area to another. What is desirable or equitable for one particular landowner/operator relationship is not acceptable for others. The purpose of this publication is to help operators and landowners develop equitable cash-rent arrangements and assist them in making sound decisions based on an equitable evaluation of resources.

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