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Caruthersville, a small town in the Bootheel of Missouri, is where I call home.

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Ted and Jeffrey

GFM’s Jeffrey Hignight and Ted Glaub recently attended the American Society of Farm Managers and Rural Appraisers (ASFMRA) Annual Conference held Oct. 30 – Nov. 2 in Chandler, Arizona.

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Drone Photo

Agriculture’s increase in technology from the late 1800s to the early 1900s caused a steady migration from the family farms to the cities, leaving fewer people to assume the burden of producing more food.

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Our 2018 Fall Newsletter has been released and covers drone use in agriculture, 2018 mid-south cropland, rents, & investment returns, USDA price forecast, and current government policy news.

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Our 2018 summer newsletter has been released and contains articles covering our celebration of 25 years in business, using IRA funds to purchase agricultural properties, and a look at the rice mortar that holds the Great Wall of China together.

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The USDA has released its current price projections for U.S. commodities—a mixed bag of the good, the bad and the ugly, from tighter cotton supplies to larger soybean supplies.

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2018 Cropland Value By State USDA NASS Data

The National Agricultural Statistical Service (NASS) recently released its 2018 Land Value Report.

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Clay Malcolm

I couldn’t help but reflect on the fascinating relationship between new and old business practices as we toured the Port of Los Angeles on a recent business trip.

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Changes in Mid South Agriculture from 1993 to 2017

In 1993, Glaub Farm Management was started out of the home I had just purchased.

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Goodbye, generic base. Congress recently passed changes to the farm bill via a disaster bill that adds seed cotton to Title I commodity programs.

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