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US farmland prices extend decline to two full years

Land values in major US farming states fall for a 22nd month, with an ag machinery market decline lasting even longer, a university survey shows

NZ dairy farm market beats fears provoked by China snub
New Zealand dairy farm values edge higher, despite "speculation" after officials rejected a Chinese bid for an iconic cattle station
US farmland prices stabilise - but 'further declines ahead'
Farmland prices in key US areas stayed flat over the summer, with some ranch values rising. But lenders see a return ahead to market decline
Farmland Partners buys $197m of US land - and plans more deals
The group takes its portfolio of US land nearly to 100,000 acres - in a deal which will provide collateral for funding for more acquisitions
Pension funds barred from Saskatchewan land purchases
Pension funds, and any company backed by foreign-owned debt, have been barred from owning farm land in the breadbasket province
Orchards outperform cropland, again, in investment returns
The gap in returns between orchard and arable land widens, as an almond squeeze boosts nut growers' incomes
US land prices fall, again. Ag machinery sales hit new low
Land values are falling at an accelerating pace, says a survey, which also shows dismal equipment sales - with little sign of revival
Amazon green energy deal clicks for Farmland Partners
Farmland Partners signs a deal over providing Amazon with wind-generated electricity, as the land group diversifies further
SLC buys into slowing Brazil land market, as crop prices rise
The farm operator expands its portfolio to nearly 321,000 hectares - an area about the size of the US state of Maryland
US farmland prices 'falling at a pace of 6-7%'
US land prices extend a decline dating back to 2013 - although with some sign of improvement. The ag machinery market remains "anaemic"
Farmland Partners to grow war chest with $25m share offer
The land investment group announces a share issue, which could see it expand into vegetables - and into the booming almond market
China makes, another, cattle ranch purchase in Australia
Fucheng Group follows other Chinese buyers into Australia, buying a ranch from palm oil group MP Evans, even as cattle prices hit a record high
El Nino here for rest of 2015, stoking New Zealand dairy fears
The chance of a lingering El Nino - which Australian officials say will stay until 2016 - is "causing nervousness" among New Zealand dairy farmers
Marzipan is mightier than Merlot for land investors

... at least, to go by Gladstone Land, which is paying \$19m for vineyards, only to see them ripped out and replanted with almonds, at a cost of \$8m

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