By Howard Halderman 12/03/18

Ag lenders expressed some concerns for further softening of the land markets.

Inconsistency is what I saw or interpreted from the events of last week.  I participated in two different meetings and the theme was of tighter margins and more financial problems this winter than in...

By Toni Benysh 11/21/18

Join Us For Ag Update!

Join us for an Ag Update on Wednesday, December 5th at the Tipton County Fairgrounds. Breakfast will be at 7:30 a.m. with the program beginning at 8 am.

By Howard Halderman 11/16/18

High Level Themes To Watch Over The Next Few Months.

Two weeks ago I attended the annual American Society of Farm Managers and Rural Appraisers meeting.  This is our professional, national organization for people who do what we do.  I listened to many...

By Halderman 11/07/18

Opening for Part time Groundskeeper/Maintenance Employee

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By Elizabeth Williams, DTN Special Correspondent 10/16/18

The Real Farmland Market

By Elizabeth Williams, DTN special Correspondent

By Howard Halderman 10/08/18

Did You know the farm economy continues to demonstrate negative tendencies?

 The farm economy continues to demonstrate negative tendencies.  Earlier this week Purdue released the Ag Barometer results for September.  The Ag Barometer is a survey of 400 producers from around...

By Howard Halderman 09/27/18

Did You know the Farmland Market is More Conservative Than in Recent Years?

For two years the farmland market stayed fairly steady.  Each quarter brought slight changes up or down, but overall the market was flat. 

By Halderman 09/17/18

Purdue experts analyze how to plan for tariff continuance.


By Halderman 09/11/18

Hoosier farmland value up 2 percent from summer 2017


By Chris Peacock 09/06/18

We are in a very challenging time for agriculture.

This summer is flying by. Fields are beginning to mature. From a production perspective, this has been an excellent year locally to date with timely rainfall and near ideal temperatures. Barring a...