Landwatch

May 2022 Recent Farmland Sales

Victoria G Myers
By  Victoria G. Myers , Progressive Farmer Senior Editor
Per Acre Prices (Progressive Farmer)

GEORGIA, Candler County. In a pending sale, 127.5 acres of mostly open agricultural land sold for $1.29 million. The property, near the city of Metter, was described as suited for development and included a small pond. It offered easy access to the Georgia Port of Savannah. Average price per acre was $10,118. Contact: Wayne Groover, Farmers National Co.; wgroover@farmersnational.com; 912-489-8900; https://www.farmersnational.com/…

INDIANA, Wayne County. A 150-acre property with 122 cropland acres sold at auction for $930,000. The property sold in three tracts and was a mixture of corn, soybean, wheat and pasture acreage. The other acres were a mix of hunting and recreational land. Average per-acre price across all tracts was $6,200. Contact: Steve Slonaker or Andy Walther, Schrader Real Estate and Auction Co. Inc.; 877-747-0212; https://www.schraderauction.com/…

Pulaski County. Tillable farmland totaling 155 acres sold to a local investor for $2.15 million, or an average of $13,871 per acre. Contact: Craig Stevenson, Geswein Farm and Land Realty LLC; craig@gfarmland.com; 574-870-4383; https://edgeswein.com/…

IOWA, Warren County. Pending at press time, a sale for nearly 330 acres of mixed land, including high-quality tillable farmland, sold for $3.15 million, or an average of $9,545 per acre. The property was auctioned in five tracts and, in addition to the tiled and terraced farmland, included ponds and building sites all about a half-mile off a hard-surface road. Contact: Daran Becker, Peoples Co.; daran@peoplescompany.com; 515-979-3498; https://peoplescompany.com/…

KANSAS, Lane County. Cropland and grass totaling 520 acres sold in two tracts for $720,000, with prices ranging from $1,300 to $1,575 per acre. The average price for all acres was $1,384. The property was mostly grassland but included bases in wheat and grain sorghum. Contact: Donald Hazlett, Farm and Ranch Realty Inc.; frr@frrmail.com; 800-247-7863; https://www.frrmail.com/…

Gove County. A 640-acre property made up of cropland and grass sold for $1.32 million. The property sold in two tracts, averaging between $1,800 and $2,850 per acre. The property included bases in corn, wheat, grain sorghum and barley. Average price across all acres was $2,062. Contact: Donald Hazlett, Farm and Ranch Realty Inc.; frr@frrmail.com; 800-247-7863; https://www.frrmail.com/…

LOUISIANA, Catahoula Parish. Property with 7,365 acres (6,911 tillable cropland) sold for $37.9 million. Average price per acre was $5,146. The farm included a headquarters, 180,000 bushels of grain storage and an equipment shed, and was 100% leveled and irrigated with 52 irrigation wells. The operation has a history of production in cotton, corn, soybeans and rice. Contact: Carroll Fields, BrokerSouth Ag; carroll.fields@gmail.com; 318-348-0481; https://www.brokersouthag.com/…

MISSOURI, Monroe County. Two tracts of farmland totaling about 224 acres sold at auction for about $1.29 million. The tracts sold for between $5,500 and $6,000 per acre. Average price for all acres was $5,759. The property was described as a combination of quality cropland, timber acreage and recreational area. Contact: Douglas Yegge, Peoples Co.; doug@peoplescompany.com; 563-320-9900; https://peoplescompany.com/…

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