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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

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

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

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.

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

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

Farmland-Insights-Review

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

Breaking Down Operating Loans

As a farmer, you have enough to worry about without losing sleep over your operating loan.  With a new growing season just around the corner,

How to Rent Land for Farming

Learn about leasing options and how to structure your lease agreement based on your operation’s needs and financial goals. Renting farm land can be easy — we’ll show you how.

hay bales in field

American Agriculture Defines Resilience

Today’s USDA Crop Progress Report indicates:
U.S. corn 88% completed compared to 55% this week last year. Tillable’s farmland specialist, Mason, shares his perspective.