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Colorado Forests and Farms Seek Moisture

Brenda Desormeaux
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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October Proclaimed “Kansas Farm to School Month”

Brenda Desormeaux

The month of October has been dedicated “Kansas Farm to School Month,” in an initiative that supports Kansas ranchers and farmers and provides agricultural education opportunities to students in Kansas. The Kansas Department of Agriculture has

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FSA Loan Program Updated

Brenda Desormeaux
September 13, 2012

Just received a News Release from the Farm Service Agency. This is the news many farmers that suffer from drought conditions were waiting to hear. FSA Guaranteed Loan Program Update and Increase Loan Limits. (Denver, Colorado) September 12, 2012

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Farmers and Ranchers Impacted by Drought in 2012

Marc Reck
July 24, 2012

Agriculture Secretary Announces Efforts to Assist Farmers and Ranchers Impacted by Droughti.

Many Colorado, Nebraska and Kansas farmers and ranchers have seriously been impacted by drought this summer. Temperature racing over 100 degrees for the past two weeks with little to no rain fall, is not he

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Speaker offers suggestions to keep family businesses intact

Marc Reck
July 17, 2012

Having met with more than 400 families as a business consultant, Jolene Brown has heard it all. “These stories make a person feel better about oneself,” she said last week during her presentation at last week’s Cuming County Ag Day, held in West Point. Brown’s topic was, “The top ten things

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