Nebraska agricultural land values increased by 3% over the last year, to a statewide average of $2,650 per acre, according to preliminary results from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln’s Farm Real Estate Market Survey. This marks the first year-to-year increase since land values in the state peaked at $3,315 per acre in 2014.Read More
The state average was $2,645 per acre or about a $75 per acre decline to the prior year’s value of $2,720 per acre.
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Nebraska Agricultural Land Studies Fund
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