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posted on Jan 10, 2017

GFM is proud to support the ASU Agribusiness Conference.  Below is the news realease.  Additional information can be found at HERE.

posted on Dec 21, 2016

The UA Cooperative Extension Service recently released their 2017 crop enterprise budgets.  The budgets present the return before land, management, and overhead expenses are accounted. Peanut,  Soybean, Corn, Cotton, and Sorghum are in order from most to least profitable according to the 2017 surface irrigation budgets.

posted on Dec 6, 2016

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.  Cotton and soybeans prices are slightly better than the prior year.  Crop yields across the board are currently estimated to be lower this year compared to last year.

posted on Nov 29, 2016

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.”

posted on Nov 21, 2016

Glendale, CO – October 27, 2016 – Ted L. Glaub, AFM with Glaub Farm Management, LLC in Jonesboro, AR, was recently recognized by the American Society of Farm Managers and Rural Appraisers (ASFMRA) for 35 years of Membership within the Organization.  Glaub is an agricultural professional who provides services for clients which may include farm and ranch management, rural appraisal, and/or agricultural consulting.

posted on Nov 16, 2016

Denver, CO – October 20, 2016 – Houston M.

posted on Oct 18, 2016

Please click HERE for GFM’s Fall Newsletter.  The newsletter covers Lease Dates, Farmland Leasing, and USDA Farm Real Estate Values.  Below you will find the latest blogs, featured articles, and real estate for sale.


posted on Oct 17, 2016

GFM has added an appraisal and valuation division. The appraisal division’s focus is agricultural, rural, and transitional properties.  GFM is proud to have Houston M. Matthews heading up the appraisal division.  His focus area will be:

posted on Sep 26, 2016

Jeffrey Hignight, Glaub Farm Management, Jonesboro, AR, has been awarded the esteemed Accredited Land Consultant (ALC) designation of the REALTORS® Land Institute.

As an ALC, Jeffrey joins an elite group of land specialists who have attained the highest level of knowledge and experience in their profession.

posted on Sep 22, 2016

On August 17th Steve Atwill and GFM auctioned 658 acres in Dunklin County, MO.  The acreage was in 8 different tracts with varying characteristics.  Twenty seven bidders from multiple states registered.  The farm sold to 5 different bidders for an average price of $5,198/acre.  The following describes the tract characteristics and how the auction transpired.

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