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When asked what he would do to help the next generation of farmers, he said, â€śWe need a full repeal of the death tax, the so-called estate tax.â€ť It shouldnâ€™t be hard for a farmer to pass the business to the next generation, he said. â€śUnfortunately itâ€™s getting harder and harder to do.â€ť
What corn is available is being shipped to the southeast to either poultry producers or ethanol plants. That remains the best market for August and first-half September positions. However, that market should close in a few weeks when corn harvest starts in that region.
a lot of the stateâ€™s corn and soybean crops didnâ€™t get planted in time, and those that did are being drowned out.
This is an interesting time to talk agricultural real estate, because we're starting to see the ripple effects of lower commodity prices. Here are four trends we're noticing based on conversations with our real estate friends.
Crop farmers and fruit growers work together with pesticide and fertilizer suppliers and applicators and follow the weathermanâ€™s predictions.