A 104-page report on Land Values in Arkansas, Louisiana, Mississippi and Tennessee is now available courtesy of the Mid-South Chapter of the American Society of Farm Managers and Rural Appraisers.
This is the third year the Mid-South Land Values Report has been issued, and it has been expanded from previous issues.
“The report highlights what is happening with farmland values, sales, and rents across Arkansas, Louisiana, and Mississippi and parts of western Tennessee,” said Tyler Mullins, President of the Mid-South Chapter of the ASFMRA. “We’ve also added editorial dealing with specialty subjects such as climate trends, timber, poultry, peanuts, and even information on deer herd management.”
The book also includes a complete roster with contact information for farm managers and appraisers in the Chapter’s four-state area.
The Report was officially introduced at the Gin Show in Memphis, Tenn., on February 28. Copies are now available at https://www.asfmra.org/LandTrendMS at a cost of $10 each. Copies can also be obtained at the offices of the following ASFMRA Mid-South Chapter members’ offices:
Tyler Mullins | Mississippi Land Bank | Senatobia, Miss.
Stacey Gillison | AgriWorld | Lake Village, Ark.
Jeffrey Hignight | Glaub Farm Management | Jonesboro, Ark.
Kim French | Arvest Bank | Bentonville, Ark.
Jake Minton | AgHeritage Farm Credit Services | Lonoke, Ark.
Jim Wiedeman | Farm Credit Services of Western Arkansas | Russellville, Ark.
The Mid-South Chapter of the American Society of Farm Managers and Rural Appraisers strives to be the leading organization for rural property professionals by providing first class education, support, and accreditation opportunities, that professionals may provide the best service and highest level of expertise to their clients. We work to connect our members with a broader network of rural professionals located across the country in other chapters of the ASFMRA. The Mid-South Chapter values honesty, integrity and professionalism in all services provided to the clients and general public.