Blog posts by Halderman

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By Halderman 01/15/18

Are Investors Out Bidding Farmers For Dirt?

Real estate is the biggest capital asset we in Agriculture have. So what’s happening with Ag land? Who’s buying, who’s selling and for how much? Are investors out bidding farmers for dirt? Is there...

By Halderman 01/05/18

Year in Review

2017 ended with a flourish of real estate activity with several auctions in the last quarter.  Demand was generally good and a limited supply of farms for sale kept the price of land steady.  In some...

By Halderman 01/03/18

Join us at one of our upcoming events!

Jan. 12, 2018 - Tipton County Fairgrounds - Tipton, IN @ 7:30 am

By Halderman 01/03/18

Ag Update Seminar

Curious about the 2018 Agricultural Outlook? How about Land Values and Lease Trends? Or the National Agricultural Statistics? Join us at the Tipton County Fairgrounds January 12th 2018 to enjoy...

By Halderman 12/26/17

Cover Crops On Your Farm?

Soil health is a popular topic in farm magazines and agricultural web sites in recent months. There are a lot of dollars being invested in collecting data to find out if cover crops can improve soil...

By Halderman 12/12/17

Tis' the season of giving!

Tis’ the season of giving! Many organizations are making their year-end requests and I know charities count on December giving for much of their annual budget. At Halderman we have new program that...

By Halderman 12/12/17

Take a break from the cold and join us at the show!

The Indiana-Illinois Farm and Outdoor Power Equipment Show starts at 9 am today. Visit us at Booth #111. For more info on this show http://www.inilfarm.com/

By Halderman 12/04/17

Tracking Market Values

One way to track real estate sale trends is to analyze the land using the weighted average productivity index (WAPI) compared to the sale price per acre.  The WAPI is a summary of the soil types on a...

By Halderman 11/28/17

What are Your Goals?

Halderman’s Goals for your farm

By Halderman 11/27/17

Weather has made Harvest Challenging.

In east central Indiana and west central Ohio we had a heavy 3.5" rainfall early in November that further delayed harvest.  In talking to area farm operators, they all agree that this is one of the...