U.S. Cropland Values Increase 13 Percent

The value of cropland in the United States increased 13 percent to $4,000 per acre, according to a report by the U.S. Department of Agriculture. Land in the Northern Plains and Corn Belt saw the greatest increase with 25 percent and 16 percent respectively. The Corn Belt region also saw the highest increase in farm real estate with $6,400 per acre. Cropland value in the Southeast region decreased by 2.8 percent while farm real estate values in that region remained the same. Review the report.

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