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    Administrator Hoosier Hay Farm's Avatar
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    What are you guys seeing in your area for land and rent prices?

    Prices are dropping in both areas in Central Indiana. Hearing the investors are not showing up to buy right and that some BTOs are dropping some ground they overpaid on rent to get from smaller guys. Have to wonder how the landlords feel about that now. I was able to pick up a few more acres of hay ground with better rent prices.
    "You can't service a bad product but you can let a good product go because of bad service."

    "If it's stupid but it works, it isn't stupid."

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    Administrator SW MN Hay's Avatar
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    A few land sales last month are off about $2000 acre I would say or 20% from the high.

    I haven't heard any new rents for next yr.Last spring they were still high.Some that went out on bids went for $350 acre for avg ground.
    http://swmnhay.com For your hay supplies call Cy at 507-360-0251; Netwrap, Twine, Bale Film, Preservative and Seed


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