Farmland

EPA’s New Mandate to Bolster Farmland

The Environmental Protection Agency set 2022’s Renewable Fuel Standard corn ethanol mandate at 15.25 billion gallons, the highest level in program history. This directive, in addition to a growing demand for alternative fuels that can coexist with food crop feedstocks,

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Iowa Farmland Sells for $25,000 Per Acre

Brock Auction Company sold a 100-acre Plymouth County farm southeast of Le Mars, Iowa, for $25,000 per acre, well above last year’s values of $12,416 per acre. A neighboring family north of the property bought the roughly 96.33-acre farmland and

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NFWF Announces Grants for Midwest Farmers

On May 25, the National Fish and Wildlife Foundation announced $2.6 million in grants to help farmers in Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Michigan, and Minnesota. These grants, funded by the USDA’s Natural Resources Conservation Service and the Archer-Daniels-Midland Company, will

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Forever Texas Fund Launched

The Texas Agricultural Land Trust (TALT) launched the public phase of a $10 million fundraising campaign for its Forever Texas Fund (FTF). On May 12, the land trust celebrated its 15th anniversary and founding CEO Blair Fitzsimons. The event raised

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Garst Farms: A Legacy of Innovation

By Bill Briggs It’s an idyllic swath of Western Iowa, a patchwork of lush farmland, hillside terraces, grassed waterways, and trees favored by Monarch butterflies. Here, a maverick seed salesman once fed the roots of modern American farming, then fed

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The Sweet Potato Whisperer

BY CARY ESTES To football fans, it’s known as “the trenches.” It’s the battlefield that runs the length of the line of scrimmage where jumbo-size athletes toil in obscurity, digging and sweating and struggling to control every precious inch. That’s

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2020 Timberland Deal of the Year

By Lisa Martin | Photography by Jay Brittain Last November, one of the largest conservation transactions in the history of Minnesota closed when PotlatchDeltic Corporation sold 72,440 acres of timberland to The Conservation Fund for $48 million. The Richard King

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2020 Farmland Deal of the Year

By Christina Holbrook | Photography courtesy of Ferrari-Carano Here’s to the 2020 acquisition of Ferrari-Carano Vineyards and Winery by Bill Foley. The estimated $250 million purchase doubled Foley Family Wines’ holdings in Sonoma County to nearly 2,400 acres and upped production

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Southern Comfort Markets

Thanks to less expensive land, lower cost of living, milder winters, and a diverse array of landscapes, brokers in the SOUTHEAST enjoyed a banner 2020. BY CORINNE GAFFNER GARCIA Last spring, as the ramifications of COVID-19 became more and more

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From London To The Virginia Wine Country

  Interview with Guy and Elizabeth Pelly By Christina Holbrook | Photography by Bryan Parsons “We did not know what we were doing!” Elizabeth Pelly confesses, thinking back to the decision she and her husband Guy made to move from

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