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How Much Will an Acre of Land Cost in 2022?

Last year, we shared 2021 farmland cash rent values as reported by the USDA. Now that we have reviewed the 2021 data let’s explore how much rents will rise in 2022.

Farm Lenders

Oh Farm Funds, How Do We Acquire Thee? – Let Me Count the Ways Farm expansion requires capital.  If a farmer or investor doesn’t have the capital on hand in the form of cash or equity in other assets (i.e. land), they will likely go to a bank to acquire the necessary funds to grow their business.  The question is, what lender is the best to grow your farm? Hometown Farm Banks For most farm towns, there is a local bank where farmers can head into town during business hours to set up an appointment with the loan officer to

Farm Loans in Minnesota

Introduction Farm sale prices are determined by a number of factors, two of which are the productivity (yield) and the rental income.  If a farm is able to produce more bushels of corn or beans compared to the farm down the road from it, it is worth more when it comes time to sell.  The same can be said about the rental income from a farm.  If your farmer pays you a more competitive rent compared to farms in the area, the farm is worth more in a sale. Minnesota Average Corn Yield for 2021 County State Year Commodity Average

Young Corn Plants in Field with Farm in the Distance

Crop Progress 2022

After a few weeks of timely rainfall, the U.S. Drought Monitor shows slight to moderate drought growing in areas of the corn belt. The forecast shows scattered storms are possible but not guaranteed. Three significant areas are growing at a concerning rate. The first is the west half of Kansas into the vast majority of Nebraska and northwest Iowa. This area also includes southwest South Dakota. The second branches from southeast Iowa through northwest Illinois into southern Wisconsin. The third sits on the northern part of the Illinois/Indiana border. Those are not the only areas showing up on the drought

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Farm Loans In Wisconsin

Introduction Farm sale prices are determined by a number of factors, two of which are the productivity (yield) and the rental income. If a farm

Farm Loans in Michigan

IntroductionFarm sale prices are determined by a number of factors, two of which are the productivity (yield) and the rental income. If a farm is

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Farm Loans In Illinois – Tillable

Introduction Farm sale prices are determined by a number of factors, two of which are the productivity (yield) and the rental income. If a farm

Farmland Loan Basics

Farmland Loan Basics Farmland financing can be a tricky field to harvest for new farmers, or seasoned veterans who haven’t utilized credit in their farming

How to Finance Your Farmland Purchase

Once you’ve identified a plot of land to purchase, the fun really begins. There are plenty of financing options available for farmland but be warned

Crop Progress 2022

Tillable Farmland Managers Ross Albert and Mason Troendle have monitored crop progress this season. In early May, farmers were still waiting to plant. However, things

Land Sales Monthly

Introducing the Land Sales Monthly Newsletter, featuring your county’s and ag district’s most recent farm sales — delivered right to your inbox each month. Below

Planting Progress 2022 – Update Two

In April, Tillable Farmland Managers Ross Albert and Mason Troendle weighed in regarding this year’s planting season. In central Illinois and Iowa, soil temperatures and

Make Your Farm Mortgage Work For You

Farmland is a unique asset class. It continues to steadily appreciate in value and produces annual cash income. As a farmer, revenue is derived from

Planting Progress 2022

https://youtu.be/0ndKEsqNvzg Patience is a virtue, and as the saying goes, a late Easter often means a late spring. In April, soil temperatures and ground conditions

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What’s In Your Farmland Review?

The Farmland Review lays the foundation for what we do at Tillable. It’s free, easy to request, and the information you get is valuable this

Tim Woods joins Tillable

A former executive of GM. Lawrence and Co. (Lawrence Group) has joined ag-tech startup, Tillable. Tim Woods will be joining Tillable to lead the farm management platform & services as Head of Farmland Management.