Benchmark farmland values in Iowa, Neb. and S.D. softened slightly in the last half of 2018, but remained stable overall, reports Farm Credit Services of America. Iowa farmland–often on the leading edge of movements in the Corn Belt real estate market–fell 1.4% in the last six months of 2018, but values softened just 0.7% on a year-over-year basis. Access the full report here.
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