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Farm Leases – CSU Economists Offer Help

Vicki Adney
June 25, 2013

Are farm leases best when set in stone? I ran across this article, “Flexibility improves farm leases” in the Ag Journal. This article is helpful to better understand farm leases and the elements that can make each lease differ.

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Children in NE Colorado Learn About Ag

Vicki Adney
June 24, 2013

Ag Business in NE Colorado is growing children's interest in ag to help feed the world. Students, teachers, adults and community businesses joined together for Ag Fest 2013. A learning experience for everyone involved to learn about science and

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Colorado is Full of Treasures

Vicki Adney
June 4, 2013

Colorado Plains Resident's have watched the oil, gas and wind industry grow oil wells and turbines throughout the countryside. The energy industry provides several jobs and greatly impacts communities and the state tax base with residual funds

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Colorado’s Niobrara – Oil and Gas News

Vicki Adney

Cathy Proctor, Denver Business Journal, informs landowners, local governments, and energy specialists around the world of the latest news on oil, gas, wind, and solar energy business from across Colorado. Her most recent article posted on May 31,

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USDA Bulletin – SURE Program deadline is June 7th

Vicki Adney
June 3, 2013

Just received a reminder message from the USDA. This Friday, June 7, 2013 is the deadline to apply for crop losses in 2011 due to natural disaster. Many states had severe damage due to tornados, hail, and drought in high winds last season. In the

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7 Questions about the Farm Bill

Vicki Adney
May 23, 2013

I recently ran across a great article by the University of Illinois farmdocDaily in the Corn & Soybean Digest that poses "7 Questions About the Farm Bill." The Farm Bill focuses on three programs which include revenue, target price, and supplemental

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Land Investment – Is it safe?

Vicki Adney
May 8, 2013

The real estate market goes in cycles much like the stock market. Highs and lows, bull and bear. The key to investment is to know when to buy and sell. The land market may be a safe investment as, no matter what, you will have something tangible to

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Colorado Forests and Farms Seek Moisture

Vicki Adney
April 15, 2013

How the lack of rain and snowfall may impact the Colorado economies.The New York Times recently published an article on the drought impact on the heartland states. Colorado risks forest fires and reduced farm and ranch production if it does not get

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Record Land Values Continue Through End of 2012

Marc Reck
December 31, 2012

We continue to experience record land values across Colorado, Nebraska, and Kansas at the end of 2012. Sales for pivot irrigated land range from $4,000 to over $9,000 per acre, dry farmland is ranging from $500 to over $3,000 per acre, grassland is ranging from $350 to over $800 per acre, and CRP la

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Marc Reck Interview with Steffan Tubbs of 850 KOA News Radio

Marc Reck
November 27, 2012

On November 26, 2012 @ 6:50 am, Marc Reck of Reck Agri Realty & Auction was interviewed by Steffan Tubbs and April Zesbaugh with the Colorado Morning News on 850 KOA NEWS RADIO. We visited about the drought, record land values and the effect on

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