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posted on Aug 8, 2016

The National Agricultural Statistical Service (NASS) released their annual Land Value report which showed the US farm real estate value decreased 0.3% over 2015.  In the Delta States, cropland values increased from a year ago.  Arkansas irrigated increased 3.2% to $3,200/ac and non-irrigated cropland values increased 2.6% to $1,950/acre.  Louisiana irrigated cropland values increased 6.3% to $2,550/ac while non-irrigated cropland values increased 4.7% to $2,650/ac.  Mississippi irrigated cropland values increased 4.0% to $3,150/ac while non-irrigated cropland values incr

posted on Jun 2, 2016

posted on Apr 28, 2016

Below are five major considerations to review and think about before listing your farmland for sale.

posted on Apr 13, 2016

I recently returned from a working visit of Cuba with Representatives Rick Crawford of Arkansas and Ralph Abraham of Louisiana.  They were kind enough to invite me along with other Arkansas and Louisiana farmers and industry representatives on this trip.  Representative Crawford is working on legislation to improve trade with Cuba.  The purpose of the trip was to learn more about the potential for trade, limitations in place by both countries, and if there is real interest from the Cuba people.Ted Glaub with Rep.</p />
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posted on Mar 4, 2016

GFM’s 2016 Spring Newsletter can be read HERE.  The newsletter covers farm size, Federal Reserve’s impact on farm income, and TPP and Trade.  Below you will find latest blogs, featured articles, and real estate for sale.

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posted on Jan 14, 2016
JONESBORO – Arkansas State University’s annual Agribusiness Conference, now in its 22nd year, is continuing its tradition of timely information and education outreach to farmers and agribusiness professionals and educators across the Mid-South.
 
This year’s conference, on Wednesday, Feb. 10, will focus on the agricultural economy, environmental law and regulation, business transition planning, trade policy and the commodity market outlook. On-site registration will begin at 7:45 a.m. in A-State’s Fowler Center.
posted on Dec 10, 2015


The UA Cooperative Extension Service recently released their 2016 crop enterprise budgets. The budgets present the return before land, management, and overhead expenses are accounted. Rice, Corn, Peanut, Sorghum, Soybean, and Cotton are in order from most to least profitable according to the 2016 surface irrigation budgets.

posted on Nov 30, 2015

A few weeks ago Ted Glaub and I attended the American Society of Farm Managers and Rural Appraisers meeting in San Antonio, TX.  The annual conference is always an enjoyable event to visit with other rural property professionals and learn the latest trends in agriculture and agricultural asset management.

Some highlights from the meeting are as follows:

posted on Nov 10, 2015

The USDA has released ARC-CO payment information per crop and county.  If a payment is triggered in a specific county and specific crop then the calculated per base acre payment will be used to calculate a farm’s actual payment by multiplying 85% of the farm’s crop base acres for the specific crop by the per acre payment calculated by USDA.  That value will be reduced by 6.8% for the federal budget sequestration.

posted on Oct 20, 2015

During a House Agriculture hearing earlier this month, Secretary Vilsack stated that 2014 ARC and PLC payments will be reduced by 6.8%. When the 2015 LI group met with Secretary Vilsack in September he said he was in the process of negotiating the final sequester amount with the Office of Management and Budget. The reduction is a result of the 2011 Budget Act which requires an across the board sequestration of mandatory program spending. The crop insurance program is exempt from sequestration. Non-insured Crop Disaster Assistance Payments (NAP) will be reduced as well.

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