Cropland Rents Sizzle
A recent poll from FBN shows cropland rents continue to escalate. Using USDA's summer 2021 survey on cropland rents and comparing to what nearly 1,300 FBN farmers said cash rents were going for, nearly every key growing state has seen rents increase.
get by the big dairies and land rent sky rockets around here. they pay big just for a place to spread manure , the crop is a bonus
So true. I know of big dairies traveling over 50 miles for crop land that they pay rent at close $200/acre. Hard to understand how they ma...More
Try farming in CA, where we have fires, no water and farmers paying close to 1000 acre rent.
Landlords have been decent to work with, but when they go to management companies it ends it. Farmers National is after the almighty dollar....More
1291 responded in 25 states equates to 51 per state. Is that even 1 per county? Why not publish USDA results year to year for multiple yea...More
There is always someone out there that will run the rent way up to try to be super farmer status only to fail a few years down the road and ...More
Yep got a guy in this area that wants to farm 10000 acres just to say he does! And he's grabbing ground and income from families that actual...More
onion ground ?
Yes with power, pump and water filtration system. This survey is worthless because there are too many variables and FBN can't seem to relat...More
FSA has more accurate data on rent rates and more info on specific crops. This kind of polling is like playing poker and asking what cards...More
I'm waiting on the guys paying 300 to 400 rent on 200 bu corn acre ground to go belly up and then take all theirs to farm! For adequate pric...More
Did it include water?
Just had coffee at church. learned a recent bidding war over some crop land went for $150/ acre. Dryland. I have land near by that is rentin...More
Was it outside money ? Over here in the PNW outside investors CA, Seattle , China , Bill ***** are buying up farm land : some is still bein...More
It’s getting nuts out there. A lot of guys are letting their egos determine cash rent instead of their budget.
I see they didn’t mark my “None of your business” on the map.
Paying high rent is still cheaper than buying.
I think both are true. Rent is cheaper in the short term. If inflation continues reducing the dollars true purchasing power, land is a good ...More
Started buying land in 1989. Purchase prices from $950.00 to $12,000.00. Still think it’s the right thing to do. Have 1,150 acres now. We al...More
What were the averages of the other states??