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Farmland Price Increase Delineated in Federal Reserve Survey
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December 6, 2021

The Kansas City Federal Reserve District publishes ag related economic and credit information each quarter based on surveys of ag lenders. One item each quarter that has special relevance right now is the following graphic of annual land value increases as of the end of September. It shows estimated increases for the average of all types and qualities of non-irrigated cropland across each selected state. 

  

The large increases in most grain belt states is indicative of the jump in sales prices seen at land auctions the past few months. It has not been uncommon to see sales prices for high quality cropland or land in aggressive neighborhoods to exceed past prices by more than the percentages shown below. The information does point out that Iowa has been a leader in land sales activity and price strengthening while other grain belt states and regions have experienced significant increases too.  

 
 

  


Randy Dickhut  

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