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The Index of Indiana Farm Real Estate

Indiana Farm Real Estate

Index Numbers of Indiana Farm Real Estate Values, January 2020 update. Compiled by Craig Dobbins and J.H. Atkinson, Purdue Agricultural Economics.

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Farmland Values: Where Do We Go From Here?

Top Farmer 2020 slidedeck presentation by Todd Kuethe, Associate Professor, Schrader Endowed Chair in Farmland Economics, Explore recent trends in farmland markets in Indiana and across the Corn Belt and closely examine returns to farmland, the cost of capital, and both the short-run and long-term prospects for farmland prices.

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2019-12 PAER: 2020 Agricultural Outlook Issue

Purdue Agricultural Economics Report (PAER): 2020 Agricultural Outlook Issue, December 2019

Welcome to our annual outlook issue of the Purdue Ag Econ Report (PAER), where we look back at last year and ahead at economic conditions for agriculture in 2020. This year we are diving into the following topics: the U.S. economy, trade conflict impacts, food prices, animal industries, corn & soybeans, and cash rents and land values.

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What Do Farmers Have to Say About the Ag Economy?

2019 Ag Policy Forum, hosted by the Indiana Soybean Alliance & Indiana Corn Growers Association in Noblesville, Indiana, presentation by James Mintert.

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Leasing Land

A series of leasing articles that discuss cash rents and land values.

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Indiana Farmland Values & Rental Rates – 2019 Survey Results

Recorded August 21, 2019 | The panelists providedĀ updated farmland value and cash rent information from theĀ 2019 Purdue Land Value Survey.

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2019-08 PAER: 2019 Farmland & Cash Rent Issue

Purdue Agricultural Economics Report (PAER): 2019 Farmland and Cash Rent Issue, August 2019

News reports about the farmland market during the first half of the year called attention to the ability of top quality farmland to retain its value, while lower quality land seemed to be weakening But across all farmland qualities the limited supply of farmland for sale was pointed to as the primary reason for relative stability in farmland values. What is the situation and outlook in Indiana now?

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2018-12 Purdue Agricultural Economics Report (PAER)

2019 Agricultural Outlook The 2019 farm economy is going to be influenced by several ongoing issues. Those include the global trade war; strong U.S. and world economies; favorable 2018 weather with record crop yields; and a new farm bill covering…

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Flexible Cash Lease Comparisons

Compare the net returns of a crop share arrangement with two flexible cash lease arrangements.

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Comparing Net Returns for Alternative Leasing Arrangements

A west central Indiana case farm is used to illustrate net returns to land derived from crop share, fixed cash rent, and flexible cash lease arrangements.

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