Omaha-based FCSAmerica reports mostly steady farmland values
July 27, 2020 By Ken Anderson Filed Under: Farmland, Iowa, Nebraska, News, South Dakota
Omaha-based Farm Credit Services of America (FCSAmerica) reports farmland values in the four states it serves held mostly steady in the first half of the year.
Those benchmark values saw a slight increase in Iowa and
Wyoming and a slight decline in Nebraska. South Dakota saw a larger, but still
modest drop of two percent.
Farm Credit officials say stable demand for farm ground and
low interest rates helped to support prices amid the broader economic disruption
of the COVID-19 pandemic.
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