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posted on Aug 10, 2015

The National Agricultural Statistical Service (NASS) released their annual Land Value report which showed the US farm real estate value increased 2.4% over 2014.  In the Delta States, cropland values also increased from a year ago.  Arkansas irrigated and non-irrigated cropland values increased 3.3% to $3,100/ac and $1,900/acre, respectively.  Louisiana irrigated cropland values increased 5.7% to $2,400/ac while non-irrigated cropland values increased 4.6% to $2,530/ac.  Mississippi irrigated cropland values increased 3.4% to $3,100/ac while non-irrigated cropland values

posted on Jul 21, 2015

Cash Rent Lease - This is an agreement where the tenant pays a given amount of cash rent per acre or a lump sum per season for the use of land.  Payment schedule may be made in a lump sum prior to planting, after harvesting, or any other negotiated schedule.  Under a cash rent lease, the tenant pays all production costs while the landowner generally pays irrigation fixed costs from the gearhead and below.

posted on Jul 15, 2015

At a recent meeting one of the topics covered were environmental regulations of agriculture.  Currently the Clean Water Act, Resource Conservation Recovery Act, and the Endangered Species Act are the primary laws impacting agricultue.

posted on Jul 2, 2015

On June 24-26, 2015 the Mid South Chapter of the ASFMRA held their annual meeting.  This year four appraisers, who are ASFMRA members, discussed land trends with the other members from Arkansas, Louisiana, Mississippi, and Tennessee.  In Louisiana land prices are stable since last year.  Sales transactions have slowed but there is still investors buying in the northern part of the state.  In Mississippi land prices are stable but there is more variation within the same type of land than with other types of land.  In western Tennessee land prices are on average up 1.

posted on Jun 1, 2015

Farmland prices are at all time highs and some speculate that prices will come down drastically.  While farmland prices may come down it is just as likely other assets will follow suit.  Other assets such as the S&P 500 are also at historic highs.  In parts of the Midwest prices have slid about 5-10% compared to a year ago while most of the Mid-South has stayed steady.

So why invest in farmland?  The following presents six points on why farmland is a better long term investment (10 + years) than alternatives.

posted on May 13, 2015

DENVER, CO- May 7, 2015 - Jeffrey A. Hignight, AFM with Glaub Farm Management in Jonesboro, AR, was recently recognized by the American Society of Farm Managers and Rural Appraisers (ASFMRA) for 5 years of Membership within the Organization. Hignight is an agricultural professional who provides services for clients which may include farm and ranch management, rural appraisal, and/or agricultural consulting.

posted on Jan 24, 2015

Glaub Farm Management is a proud sponsor of the 2015 ASU Agribusiness Conference.  The following is the news release from ASU.

posted on Dec 23, 2014

University of Arkansas, Division of Agriculture, Research & Extension, University of Arkansas System

The UA Cooperative Extension Service recently released their 2015 crop enterprise budgets. The budgets present the return before land, management, and overhead expenses are accounted. Peanuts, Rice, Soybeans, Corn, Cotton, and Sorghum are in order from most to least profitable according to the 2015 surface irrigation budgets.

posted on Dec 15, 2014

Farmland Investment News - December 2014

posted on Dec 3, 2014

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