Expert examines the changing landscape of U.S. farm estate ownership

Farmers National Company’s Senior Vice president of Real Estate Operations, Paul Schadegg joined us Thursday on Market Day Report for a closer look at the situation.

The landscape of U.S. farm estate ownership has evolved over the past 25 years, as a generational transfer of land takes place.

Paul Schadegg, Farmers National Company’s senior vice president of real estate operations, joined us Thursday on Market Day Report for a closer look at the evolving farmland real estate market.

In his conversation with RFD-TV’s own Suzanne Alexander, Schadegg discussed the double-digit land value increases seen across most Midwest states in the last three years, what dynamics and economic factors are driving the farmland real estate market, and what he will be looking for as the market continues to change in the coming decades.

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