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Jan 20, 2023 | The Business of Agriculture

Benchmark farmland values continued to tick up in the last half of 2022, supported by high commodity prices and demand from buyers with strong liquidity.

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Our educational content includes articles, whitepapers, webinars, podcasts and videos related to farm finances, crop insurance, rural living and more from Frontier Farm Credit.

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Jan 20, 2023 | The Business of Agriculture

Farmland Values Up, Pace of Increase Slows

Benchmark farmland values continued to tick up in the last half of 2022, supported by high commodity prices and demand from buyers with strong liquidity.

Jan 13, 2023 | The Business of Agriculture

Strategies for Protecting Working Capital

Four strategies to preserve working capital.

Dec 27, 2022 | The Business of Agriculture

Corn vs. Soybeans: Determining Profitability in 2023

This report examines current market signals for profitability in corn and soybean markets and breakeven levels for the two commodities at different fertilizer prices.

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Crop Insurance

RPowerD and MPowerD

Crop insurance option designed to provide opportunities to potentially establish a higher guaranteed revenue – or margin.

The Business of Agriculture

Farm Loan Affordability: It’s Not Just the Interest Rate

Learn about the calculator and educational programs we offer to help you manage your farm loans and cash flow.

The Business of Agriculture

How Much Land Can I Afford?

The key is knowing what you can realistically afford based on your business.

Events


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