Pasture values continue to escalate

Aug 15, 2005
— Rental rates climb, also. — Calf pressure from corn costs, not pasture. Pasture values across the major cattle grazing regions of the U.S. continue to rise and along with that, another uptick has been seen in average pasture rent, according to USDA’s National Agriculture Statistics Service (NASS). While land values bode well for those looking to sell all or a portion of their land, it could become a hindrance to cattle producers looking to expand t...

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