March 10, 2021
Preliminary findings from the 2021 Nebraska Farm Real Estate Market Survey show an increase in agricultural land values and rental rates. Current interest rate levels, crop prices, and COVID-19 disaster assistance payments provided to operators, helped
The 2021 Nebraska Farm Real Estate Market Highlights provides insight on recent trends in agricultural land values and rental rates across Nebraska. The agricultural land values and rental rates in the report represent averages for different regions within Nebraska based on surveys completed by agricultural panel members. This publication was created for informative purposes to assist you in making educated decisions regarding your agricultural business.
The current Nebraska agricultural land values can be viewed on pages 3 - 7 of this report.
The current cash rental rates can be found on pages 14 & 15 of this report.
- updated as of August 28, 2020
You may view the 2020 Cash Rental Rates Maps which show the cash rent statistics paid per acre on irrigated and non-irriagated cropland and pasture per each county. Source: USDA National Agricultural Statistics Service for Nebraska.
Here you will find leases for cash rent, crop-share, pasture, equipment, etc. Each lease and supporting document was written to help producers and land owners discuss issues and make informed and equitable decisions.
Information for landlords and operators on the latest cash rental rates, leasing considerations and trends, negotiation methods and farm succession, presented in short segments by topic.