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2018 Auction Season Winding Down
By Randy Dickhut, Senior Vice President - Real Estate Operations
Monday, December 10, 2018
Land auctions typically slow down as we approach mid-December and the year-end holiday season. Many sellers who sell after harvest want to be able to close the sale and have their proceeds before year end.
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Two Overriding Questions in the Land Market
By Randy Dickhut, Senior Vice President - Real Estate Operations
Monday, December 03, 2018
Currently, there are two important questions hovering over the land market. One is whether there will continue to be enough buyers in the marketplace to absorb or buy the land that comes up for sale? The other is...
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Land Auctions Drawing Crowds Even in the Slower Market
By Randy Dickhut, Senior Vice President - Real Estate Operations
Monday, November 26, 2018
Land auctions in the Midwest normally draw a good-sized crowd. Many local farmers, retired farmers, and landowners attend as well as investors, lenders, and ag vendors.
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American Ag Has Much to be Thankful For
By Randy Dickhut, Senior Vice President - Real Estate Operations
Monday, November 19, 2018
As we approach Thanksgiving and the opportunity to reflect on the things we can be thankful for, we in American agriculture have much to consider.
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Will We See A Post Harvest Bump in Land Prices Like Last Year?
By Randy Dickhut, Senior Vice President - Real Estate Operations
Monday, November 12, 2018
The number of land auctions and sales in the grainbelt picks up each year after the completion of harvest. Farmers are wrapping up field work and can turn their attention to land sales
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Where to Invest in Farmland Outside the Grainbelt
By Randy Dickhut, Senior Vice President - Real Estate Operations
Monday, November 05, 2018
Most of the attention in farmland investing goes to two main production areas. One is the Grainbelt defined as the middle of the country where most of the commodity crops are raised. This area stretches mainly from Ohio to Colorado and North Dakota to Texas.
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The Next Generation of Landowners
By Randy Dickhut, Senior Vice President - Real Estate Operations
Monday, October 29, 2018
A large generational transfer of wealth is happening in this country with the oldest generations passing assets to their children and heirs. For farm and ranch operations, land by far is the most significant asset in this transfer of wealth. But, ag land is also an important part of wealth for non-operating landowners.
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How Much Land Buying Capital is in the Marketplace?
By Randy Dickhut, Senior Vice President - Real Estate Operations
Monday, October 22, 2018
In polling Farmers National Company's Area Real Estate Sales Managers this week, several observations on the land market consistently came up. One was that there is a bit more land for sale now compared to last year at this time.
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2019 To Be a Pivotal Year in Ag
By Randy Dickhut, Senior Vice President - Real Estate Operations
Monday, October 15, 2018
Those involved in and around production agriculture know that net farm income in the US has declined sharply from the highs of a few years ago. Uncertainty spread in 2017 as producers looked at lower commodity prices and unknown production.
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Land Sales Activity Picking Up at Farmers National Company
By Randy Dickhut, Senior Vice President - Real Estate Operations
Monday, October 08, 2018
Interest in selling agricultural land is picking up among landowners. The amount of land that Farmers National Company has listed for sale is up 21% compared to last year at this time. Most of the sales are coming from individuals or ownership groups who are deciding that now is the time to sell.
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When Will Land Prices Tank? Or Will They?
By Randy Dickhut, Senior Vice President - Real Estate Operations
Monday, October 01, 2018
Over the past year, multiple reports have indicated that farmland prices were steady to slightly changed either up or down. With the lower farm incomes of the previous four years and the anticipation of a fifth, normal expectations for land prices would be for further downward movement.
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Land Auctions Deliver Results
By Randy Dickhut, Senior Vice President - Real Estate Operations
Monday, September 24, 2018
When a landowner is considering how to sell their agricultural land, they have several options. One popular and effective method of selling land is through a public auction.
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Celebrating The Productivity of American Agriculture
By Randy Dickhut, Senior Vice President Real Estate Operations
Tuesday, September 04, 2018
Labor Day is a celebration of the meaning and ability of labor in America. In agriculture, harvest time is the celebration of labor and management.
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Cash Is King!
By Randy Dickhut, Senior Vice President Real Estate Operations
Monday, August 27, 2018
During times of financial stress, no matter if it is agriculture or in the overall economy, it is good to have available cash to help weather financial downturns.
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Low Commodity Prices Have Landowners Searching for Additional Income
By Randy Dickhut, Senior Vice President Real Estate Operations
Monday, August 20, 2018
It goes without saying that the lower commodity prices of the past four years have both producers and landowners searching for ways to improve their net farm income.
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Knowing the Right Numbers for Your Farm
By Randy Dickhut, Senior Vice President Real Estate Operations
Thursday, August 16, 2018
According to a report released last week by the U.S.D.A, the overall average value of farmland in the United States increased 1.9% since 2017.
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Questions Abound Going Into Harvest
By Randy Dickhut, Senior Vice President Real Estate Operations
Monday, August 13, 2018
There are a number of important questions facing agriculture as we move into harvest time. Some may only have regional impact while most will have nationwide reach.
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