Land market reaches equilibrium

Supply of land for sale is fairly in balance with demand to buy land, keeping land values more stable.

Land price movement has been in the forefront for farmers, landowners, lenders and land brokers for a decade now during this historic run-up in land values. Overall average values of crop ground and grasslands have slipped from the highs of several years ago, but are still historically strong, according to Farmers National Co., the nation’s leading farm and ranch real estate company.

But where are land values heading?  

“The agricultural land market is in a time of equilibri

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