Farm and Ranch

2019 Nebraska Farm Real Estate Report

The all-land average value in Nebraska for the year ending February 1, 2019 averaged about 3 percent lower than the year before. This marks five consecutive years of declining land values.

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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Dealing with Control of the Farm or Ranch

Cornhusker Economics June 26, 2019Dealing with Control of the Farm/Ranch

By Allan Vyhnalek

Will “Matopiba” Change the Competitive Landscape in the International Grain Market?

Cornhusker Economics June 19, 2019Will “Matopiba” Change the Competitive Landscape in the International Grain Market?

By Fabio Mattos

Expanding the Farm Income Safety Net

Cornhusker Economics June 12 , 2019Expanding the Farm Income Safety Net

By Brad Lubben

Nebraska Property Taxes and the 2019 Flood

Cornhusker Economics June 5, 2019Nebraska Property Taxes and the 2019 Flood

By Dave Aiken

Examining the Capacity of Nebraska Rangelands for Cattle Production

Cornhusker Economics May 1, 2019Examining the Capacity of Nebraska Rangelands for Cattle Production

By Katie Cumming, Jay Parsons, Walter Schacht and Brian Baskerville

Insured Bushels and Pre-harvest Hedging

Cornhusker Economics April 3, 2019The Role of Insured Bushels and Pre-harvest Hedging for an Eastern Nebraska County Under Rain-fed Growing Conditions

By Cory Walters and Richard Preston

Market Impacts of a Meat Tax

Cornhusker Economics March 20, 2019Market Impacts of a Meat Tax

By Regan Gilmore and Azzeddine Azzam

Nebraska Farm Real Estate Values

Final Results Now Available

Cornhusker Economics March 13, 2019Nebraska Farm Real Estate Values Continue Gradual Declines in 2019

By Jim Jansen and Jeff Stokes

Things to Consider before Co-signing a Loan

Cornhusker Economics March 6, 2019Things to Consider before Co-signing a Loan

By Dave Aiken

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