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Land Market Update

Marc Reck
December 19, 2013

Over the past several years, we have experienced unprecedented commodity prices, land values, and net farm income. As you well know, the lower commodity prices we’ve experienced the past sever-al months have caused concerns, assumptions are being made, and questions are being asked, “What are land v

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CRP Emergency Haying and Grazing

Vicki Adney
July 12, 2013

USDA has just released news of a provision that allows CRP land in Colorado to be hayed or grazed with permission from your local FSA office. If you are interested in this program read the press release on emergency CRP Haying & Grazing.

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Triple Net Lease – A Land Owner Option

Marc Reck
July 5, 2013

Several months ago, Marc Reck wrote an article on the Triple Net Lease alternative to land investment and it has had a good following. This may be the answer you've been looking for if you're retiring and hoping to something with your farm or ranch

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Farm Bill – 10 Reasons to Pass

Vicki Adney
July 1, 2013

The five-year $500 billion Farm Billi was defeated 234-195 in the House of Representatives on June 20, 2013. The Senate passed its own version of the bill some 10 days earlier, with 66-27 vote. What happens now? The July 4th break and August recess

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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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