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 09-13-2007, 15:57 Post: 145683
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There is no reason for this to be a rant on this.

I was watching part of Farm program from Chicago about 2 weeks ago and they were talking about rent for corn land, guess in the corn belt. Could not believe it when they said it is from $250 to $300 per acre (per year I assume). I thought $50 per year, per acre was high. Now I do know the dirt is much richer there and the yield is higher but still WOW.

Any idea about land rents there? kt






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 09-13-2007, 16:42 Post: 145685
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Kthompson; Here in eastern Iowa land rents are going high along with the cost of farmland. Outside investors in farmland like to see a 5% return, so $5,000.00 an acre farmland equals 250.00 per acre per year, some even demand it in advance of the farmer planting the crop. Frank.






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 09-13-2007, 20:29 Post: 145697
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In my immediate area southwest of Detroit about 20 miles, Ag land goes for 1/4 of whatever he gets when he brings the soybeans to market. If the farmer has a bad year so too does the land owner, and vice versa. It's mostly cash-only deals between friends anyway.






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 09-14-2007, 07:48 Post: 145704
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Hardwood, in my county if you could find "land" farm or wood for $5,000 per acre it would be snapped up. Most of the rented farm land is local family owned. Even the corperations here who have rented farm land are still in the $50 or so per acre per year. Some do pay in advance and some at end of year.






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 09-14-2007, 13:13 Post: 145724
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Here in mid-Michigan where there is rich farmland it goes for about $120.00-$140.00/acre in parcels of 40 acres or more. It also depends on drainage. My 40 has tile every 50 feet.






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when i bought my place back in 2003 i paid $111.40 per acre and that included a 40by60'ft shed and a 3 bedroom house, down this way if you are paying $5000 per acre it would want to have a money tree planted in every acre. think the most is see is $560 per acre and that was prime sugar cane country out near the coast, when i 1st got here i had no cattle so i agisted my property (run other people stock) and got $1.70 per beast per week. i suppose its like rental.






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 06-04-2009, 13:03 Post: 163184
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Doesn't your government for some reason subsidize corn growing?






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 06-05-2009, 13:30 Post: 163215
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auerbach,
Which country are you asking this of? If the USA is I missed it.






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 06-07-2009, 09:52 Post: 163264
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Kenny I think they're both referring to Australia where Tumba is from.






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 06-07-2009, 21:36 Post: 163277
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Kenny I think they're both referring to Australia where Tumba is from.



Thanks Jeff. I hope and pray you have a great week ole friend.






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