Agricultural Economics Department


Date of this Version

March 2004


Published in Cornhusker Economics, 03/17/2004. Produced by the Cooperative Extension, Institute of Agriculture and Natural Resources, Department of Agricultural Economics, University of Nebraska–Lincoln.


“Bullish” conditions in the state’s agricultural land markets have fueled robust advances in both land values and cash rental rates for most of the state. A combination of favorable factors, including higher crop and livestock prices, low interest rates, and strong demand from both farmers and non-farmer investors has led to solid advances.