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US land price slump slows - helped by return to growth in Iowa values

US farmland prices, falling for a 31st successive month, are down 9.5% year on year - cutting nearly \$300bn from the value of the US portfolio

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US land prices extend decline - but at slower pace
US farmland values are falling for a 30th successive month, a university study shows. Still, are there signs of hope in the key state of Iowa?
Dry weather forces BrasilAgro to slash corn sowings
The Brazilian land investment company cut its sowings after dry weather, while it reports soaring land prices in the country's Northeast
Australia delays ruling on $290m China-backed mega-ranch deal
The government postpones until after the election a decision on a second China-backed attempt to purchase the S Kidman & Co ranching empire
Demand for high-end dairy farms in NZ shows 'long term optimism'
Dairy farm prices in New Zealand are still sharply down year on year, but interest in top-end land is emerging
FirstFarms unveils plan to exploit Slovakian land sale spree
The farm operator, announcing it wants to double the area it controls, says that Slovakian land reforms could lead to a market "oversupply"
US land values drop again, at accelerating pace
Farmland prices fall for a 28th month, amid evidence that, in Nebraska at least, reduced drought fears have sent hayland values tumbling
New Zealand dairy farm prices tumble, amid 'tricky' sector conditions
Low milk prices in the world's top exporter are weighing on dairy farm values, and sparking fears of a land-grab from overseas
Farmland Partners forecasts soaring income, despite rental softness
The group, while noting a small decline in rental yields, forecasts a jump in income from a spree which has made it one of the top US landowners
Top economist backs steady land prices, despite ag downturn
Robert Johansson, chief economist at the USDA, says land rental levels - which will not fall fast - "could support" current farmland values
US farmland prices extend decline - but at slower pace
US land prices continue a retreat which began in 2013, university data show. But the pace of decline slows, as crop values stabilise
Corn Belt farmland price retreat longest since 1980s
... and in the Plains, the downturn accelerates too, with prices of non-irrigated land falling at the quickest since 1987, official data show
Brexit uncertainty offers opportunity for land investment

Fears the UK may leave the EU are hurting land prices. That could present buying opportunities, says Brooks Macdonald's Martin Robinson

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