Farmers National: 35% jump in farmland prices puts young farmers out of market

High farmland values are keeping young and new farmers out of the market.

Values are up 35 percent in the Grain Belt.

Farmers National Company says that means cash rent prices are also higher, but there are resources to support newcomers. Farmers National says that USDA loans, lease-to-own partnerships, and crop sharing can all be used to help young farmers build a base for their future.


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