USDA Reports on Rising Land Values and County-Level Cash Rent Estimates for Nebraska in 2021
Recent findings from the USDA-National Agricultural Statistics Service reported Nebraska’s farm real estate value, which incorporates the average value of all agricultural land and buildings in 2021, increased by 11% to an average of $3,100 per acre. This marks a $310 per-acre increase year-over-year from the prior period (USDA-NASS 2021a). Overall, Nebraska saw the second highest percentage increase in the nation for rising farm real estate values by state. The improvement in real estate values follow the rise in commodity prices for corn, soybeans and wheat. Read more in this Center for Agricultural Profitability article.
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