2021 Nebraska Farm Real Estate Survey - Preliminary Results Overview (March 18, 2021 Webinar)


Nebraska Ag Land Values Increase for Second Consecutive Year

Webinar on 2021 Land Values and Cash Rents

Thursday, March 18, noon-1 p.m. CDT

In this webinar, Jim Jansen, extension educator and co-author of the Nebraska Farm Real Estate Market Survey, will present the preliminary results from this year’s real estate survey of expert panel members from across the state. It is part of our Farm and Ranch Management team's series of weekly webinars, held every Thursday.

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Farmland Trends and Lease Considerations for 2021 (Sept. 10, 2020 webinar)


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2020 Nebraska Farm Real Estate Report (July 16, 2020 webinar)

Jim Jansen, extension educator and agricultural economist, Agricultural Economics.

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Quarterly Ag Land Management Webinar on Cash Rents, Verbal Leases, Communication Aug. 17

Land Management Quarterly

Monday, Aug. 17
Noon CDT

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The University of Nebraska-Lincoln’s Department of Agricultural Economics will continue its live webinar series, “Land Management Quarterly,” on Aug. 17 at noon.

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Go to 2020 Real Estate Report

Nebraska agricultural land values increased by 3% over the last year, to a statewide average of $2,725 per acre, according to the final results of the University of Nebraska-Lincoln’s 2020 Farm Real Estate Report. This marks the first annual increase since land values in the state peaked at $3,315 per acre in 2014.

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Video: Ag Land Management Quarterly Webinar on 2020 Land Values, Cash Rents

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Workshop Video: Managing Ag Land in 2020 and Beyond

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