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The UA Cooperative Extension Service recently released their 2018 crop enterprise budgets. The budgets present the return before land, management, and overhead expenses are accounted.

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2017 Cropland Value By State

The National Agricultural Statistical Service (NASS) released their 2017 Land Value report which showed the US farm real estate value increased 2.3% to $3,080/ac while the average US cropland value remained unchanged from 2016 at $4,090. In the Delta States and Mid-South, cropland values increased from a year ago.

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Email Headers Summer

GFM’s Summer Newsletter has arrived.

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April 11, 2017 (Jonesboro, AR) – Ted L. Glaub, ALC and Jeffrey Hignight, ALC of Glaub Farm Management, LLC attended the most prestigious conference in the industry for land real estate professionals last month in Charlotte, NC, for the 2017 National Land Conference.

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Email Headers Spring

The newsletter covers the Trump administration possible impact on absentee owners, Chinese pork imports, U.S. Ethanol, land inheritance, and 2016 cropland estimates.

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Email Headers Winter

The newsletter covers Exports, a review of how the US competes in global crop agriculture, average share of income spent on food, and farm real estate debt trends. Below you will find the latest blogs, featured articles, and real estate for sale.

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GFM is proud to support the ASU Agribusiness Conference. Below is the news realease.

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The UA Cooperative Extension Service recently released their 2017 crop enterprise budgets.

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With harvest finished in the Delta, the winter months may be trying for the agricultural community. Corn and rice prices are down compared to a year ago and shaping up to be the lowest in a decade.

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Ted Glaub, Jeffrey Hignight, and Houston Matthews traveled to Indian Wells, CA to attend AgroNomics 2016 the week of November 7th. The theme was “Performance under Pressure.”

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