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Farm Bill Passed
As many of you already know, the Senate and House passed the 2018 farm bill, the Agriculture Improvement ...
Land Sales Picking Up
But low crop prices along with tariff and trade uncertainly will keep a lid on bids. Interest ...
Farmland Values Stable
For the eighth consecutive quarter farmland values in the Seventh Federal Reserve District remained ...
New Survey of Farmland Values Paints a Mixed Picture
A new survey on Midwest farms is painting a mixed picture in regards ...
Find Land for Sale
I am appraising a inside 40 acre tract in central Iowa that was inherited by my client. The farm was 80 acres that had adequate legal and physical access. One beneficiary got 40 acres with road frontage and one beneficiary got 40 acres with no road ...
So I own land with a railroad right of way easement (Southern Pacific mainline to CA) which ATT used to bury fiber optic lines within that right of way. A class action lawsuit was filed on my behalf and ATT was forced to pay me. So I would say there ...
Interesting how New York does things. In all my experience any local street, county or state or federal highway has already compensated the fee owner for the “taking”. Additional compensation for the area already taken is inappropriate - even if there ...
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