Landwatch

June 2022 Recent Farmland Sales

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

INDIANA, Bartholomew and Decatur Counties. A 506-acre farm, including 466 tillable acres, sold for $7.2 million, or an average of $14,229 per acre. The property included 36 acres of pastures and woods, as well as a home. Contact: Dave Bonnell or Michael Bonnell, Halderman Real Estate and Farm Management; info@halderman.com; 800-424-2324; https://www.halderman.com/…

IOWA, Bremer County. Land totaling 197 acres sold at auction in two tracts for $3.26 million. The first tract sold for $16,775 per acre; the second sold for $16,350 per acre. Average price across the whole property was $16,548. The property was described as tiled farmland, with CSR2 ratings near 90. Contact: Jason Smith, DreamDirt Farm and Ranch Real Estate and Auction; jason@dreamdirt.com; 515-537-6633; https://www.dreamdirt.com/…

KANSAS, Thomas and Rawlins Counties. Cropland and grass totaling 590 acres sold for $1.58 million. The property sold in three tracts, with prices ranging from $1,850 to $4,100 per acre. The average price across the whole property was $2,678. The property was mostly grassland but included bases in wheat and corn. It also came with a calving shed and other cattle-working facilities. Contact: Donald Hazlett, Farm and Ranch Realty Inc.; frr@frrmail.com; 800-247-7863; https://www.farmandranchrealty.com/…

LOUISIANA, West Carroll Parish. A 732-acre farm with 689 tillable acres sold to an investor for $3.6 million, or an average of $4,918 per acre. The property, with a history of growing sweet potatoes, cotton, corn and soybeans, was leased back to a local producer. Contact: Carroll Fields, BrokerSouth Ag; carroll.fields@gmail.com; 318-348-0481; https://www.brokersouthag.com/…

MINNESOTA, Norman County. A 320-acre property sold at auction in two parcels for $1.6 million. Average per-acre price was $5,000. Two buyers purchased the property, which held bases in wheat, corn, sunflowers and soybeans. Contact: Steve Dalen, Pifer's Land Auctions; sdalen@pifers.com; 701-893-8517; https://www.pifers.com/…

NEBRASKA, Cuming County. A 126-acre farm with 116 acres of dryland sold for $1.29 million. The per-acre price for the property averaged $10,238. Contact: Ed Olson, Olson Pearson Auctions and Realty; ed.olsonpearson@gmail.com; 402-654-3370; https://www.olsonpearson.com/…

OHIO, Preble County. Good land in the southwest corner of the state totaling 340 acres sold for $5.57 million. Average price per acre was $16,382. The property was mostly tillable ground. Contact: Craig Springmier or John Kramer, Halderman Real Estate and Farm Management; info@halderman.com; 800-424-2324; https://www.halderman.com/…

SOUTH DAKOTA, Clay County. Highly productive farmland totaling about 183 acres sold at auction for $1.34 million, or an average of $7,322 per acre. The property sold in two parcels, one at $7,700 per acre and the other at $6,900 per acre. Of the total, 179 acres were crop acres, and 90 of those were irrigated. The farm held base acres in corn and soybeans, and was made up of Luton silty Clay and Blencoe silty clay type soils. It sold to one buyer. Contact: Chris Bair, Pifer's Land Auctions; cbair@pifers.com; 605-271-7730; https://www.pifers.com/…

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