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NZ dairy farm prices rise, as hopes grow of rate cut

New Zealand dairy farm prices are recovering despite weak milk values, Reinz says, even as ideas grow of lower borrowing costs ahead

Outlook bleak for signs of US land price revival taking root
Early 2015 brought marginal land prise rises in some major US ag areas. But lenders are sceptical of further improvement, particularly for cropland nominated for prestigious award has been nominated, for a third successive year, in the best finance/business website category at the Online Media Awards
Bull run in UK farmland prices is slowing, says Savills
Growth in farm prices started this year far slower than in 2014, the land agency says, noting some uptick in the area of land for sale
Timber market firmness lifts US forestry returns
US timberland returns make their strongest start to a year since 2008, helped by "renewed demand for wood"
Fruit, nut farms buck US land price slowdown
Returns from farmland make their worst start to a year since 2010. But investments in the likes of vineyards and nut groves bucks the trend
NZ dairy farm values follow milk prices into retreat
New Zealand dairy farm prices fall amid concerns over a "reduced payout" for milk, and with the country's appreciating currency being watched too
US farmland prices down again. But rents rise
Low commodity prices are continuing to sap strength from US farmland prices, a monthly survey shows
DCH flags faith in Romania agriculture, as it sells cropping arm
The pig producer is to sell its Romanian arable operation to FirstFarms, to focus on its core business
Canada land market slows, and 'may cool further'
Farm Credit Canada urges buyers to "exercise caution" after Canadian farmland price growth, while still strong, slows markedly from 2013 rates
Australian cattle station, world's largest, put up for sale
Family-owned cattle producer S. Kidman is put on the market, amid a rash of interest by foreign investors in Australian land
Farmland Partners unveils $80m US land purchase
Shares in the land investor hit a seven-month high after it takes its portfolio to nearly 68,000 acres, and heralds a raised dividend
US farmland prices fall for 16th successive month
Demand for US land is "weak", a university study says, highlighting the dent to the farm economy from a strong dollar
Brazilian farmers push for reversal of foreign purchase ban

Farmers fear that rules bought in to keep out foreign landowners may be stifling investment

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