Farmland Values Edge Downward in Midwest and Plains

 

The Kansas City Federal Reserve Bank says the prolonged decline in farm income pushed farmland values lower in the Central and Northern Plains, “but at a modest pace” of 3% for nonirrigated land during the summer. The Chicago Federal Reserve Bank said land values, although relatively stable for the past year, fell 1% during the summer.

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