Cornhusker Economics

Nebraska Farm Real Estate Values Continue Gradual Declines in 2019

The market value of agricultural land in Nebraska declined by three percent over the prior year to an average of $2,650 per acre according to the 2019 Nebraska Farm Real Estate Market Survey. This marks the fifth consecutive year of downward pressure as market values have dropped approximately 20 percent since reaching a high of $3,315 in 2014.

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2019 Cornhusker Economics

  • Nebraska Farm Real Estate Values Continue Gradual Declines in 2019 By Jim Jansen and Jeff Stokes (March 13)
  • Things to Consider before Co-signing a Loan By Dave Aiken (March 6)
  • 2019 Nebraska Property Tax-School Funding Issues By Dave Aiken (February 27)
  • Three Key Factors to Balance when Choosing a Calving Season Based on Profitability By Matt Stockton and Devin Broadhead (February 20)
  • Negotiating Cash Rent: What It Takes to Negotiate Like a Pro By Austin Duerfeldt (February 13)
  • Per-ingredient Calorie Information Reduces Calories Ordered More in a Food-Away-from-Home Setting than Information Provided per Item By Chris Gustafson and Eliana Zeballos (February 6)
  • Tax Strategies for Farmers and Cooperatives under the New Section 199A By Greg McKee (January 30)
  • Trends in Nebraska Agricultural Land Ownership and Rental Patterns By Jim Jansen, Jay Parsons and Kate Brooks (January 23)
  • Avoid Family Trouble when Planning Farm/Ranch Succession By Allan Vyhnalek (January 16)
  • Examining Preferences for Rural Living and How to Save the Rural Economy By Becky Vogt (January 9)
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