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Delta Cropland Values Increase According to USDA

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 increased 1.3% to $2,420/ac.  Missouri irrigated cropland values increased 8.0% to $5,130/ac while non-irrigated cropland values decreased -0.8% to $3,700/ac.  Tennessee cropland values increased 3.1% to $3,500/ac.  Overall prices in the Delta region are steady although the divergence between irrigated and non-irrigated continues to increase.

To view the full USDA report click here (pdf).

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