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Thursday, November 19, 2015

110 Unit Motel For Sale, Adjacent to Chicago, IL Metropolitan Statistical Area

Priced under $8,000 per room. Location is adjacent to Chicago, Illinois MSA and only about 1 1/2 hour drive from downtown Chicago. Attractive motel property with tremendous upside potential.  110 rooms, pool. bar, meeting facilities. Good physical appearance. Contact us at Robert W. Neill, Jr., Real Estate Broker, 662-237-6969 (Landline) 601-519-0075 (Text or Talk) 504-613-0025 (Text or Talk) or email us at belzoni@gmail.com  Confidentiality agreement is required before release of specific location and financial information. 

Country Place With Trees And View, El Dorado County, California

Beautiful 10 acre tract with trees and views. Priced under $20,000 per acre. Contact us at Robert W. Neill, Jr., Real Estate Broker, 662-237-6969 (Landline) 601-519-0075 (Text or Talk) 504-613-0025 (Text or Talk) or via the contact form on this page.

San Joaquin County, California Ranch

Small San Joaquin County cattle ranch property. Currently leased. Beautiful property. Possible owner financing. Contact us at Robert W. Neill, Jr., Real Estate Broker, 662-237-6969 (Landline) 601-519-0075 (Text or Talk) 504-613-0025 (Text or Talk) or via the contact form on this page.

San Diego County, California Land Tracts For Sale

Several land tracts in San Diego County from 30 to 80 acres that would be potentially suitable for a home site, horses, or a vineyard. Contact us at Robert W. Neill, Jr., Real Estate Broker,662-237-6969 (Landline) 601-519-0075 (Text or Talk) 504-613-0025 (Text or Talk) or via the contact form on this page.

Small Farm Tract, Homestead, Florida

Small farm tract in the Homestead area. Adjacent to development. Total of 4 acres. Could be used for a speciality farming operation or developed for other use.  Contact us at Robert W. Neill, Jr., Real Estate Broker, 662-237-6969 (Landline) 601-519-0075 (Text or Talk) 504-613-0025 (Text or Talk) or via the contact form on this page.

Corn has Competition... | Crops News | Agriculture

Corn has Competition... | Crops News | Agriculture: In terms of ethanol production, corn has some competition this winter— grain sorghum. The grain, also known as milo, produces the same amount of ethanol per bushel, but uses one third less water in the process of creating the fuel. It is also used as feed, like corn.�
“It looks like we’re going to use a bit less corn for ethanol production than we had anticipated a few months ago,” said Scott Irwin, agricultural chair at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. “Corn is losing some market share to sorghum in terms of feedstock.”

Deadline nearing to renegotiate farmland leases

Purdue Extension - Pages - Article: Tenant farmers wanting to renegotiate farmland leases for 2016 may need to deliver written notification to their landlord before Dec. 1, a Purdue expert on agricultural law advises.

The Indiana notification deadline is three months before the end of the current crop year unless the two sides have agreed on a different date, said Gerald Harrison, professor of agricultural economics and a member of the Indiana State Bar Association.

By custom in Indiana, crop years end on the last day of February. Accordingly, the current crop year ends on Feb. 29, 2016 for the purpose of setting the notification deadline, providing the existing lease has no other stipulation.

Bankers Remain Negative on Farmland Values | Agweb.com

Bankers Remain Negative on Farmland Values | Agweb.com: Rural bankers maintained their negative outlook on farmland values, according to the monthly Rural Mainstreet Index conducted by Dr. Ernie Goss, Creighton University. The farmland and ranchland price index for November rose to 34.8 from 31.0 in October. "This is the 24th straight month the index has moved below growth neutral (50). But, as in previous months, there is a great deal of variation across the region in the direction and magnitude of farmland prices with prices growing in some portions of the region," says Goss.

What Does the End of 'File and Suspend' Mean for Farmers? | Agweb.com

What Does the End of 'File and Suspend' Mean for Farmers? | Agweb.com: If you’re around 66 years old and thinking of retirement, Paul Neiffer, The Farm CPA,�says you might want to look into the�Social Security Administration's "file and suspend" option now—before it’s too late.

The "file and suspend" option allows a retiring farmer to file for social security benefits, at full retirement age, and their spouse could receive a benefit based on the farmer’s earnings. The farmer could then choose to suspend this payment until age 70 and earn an additional 8% per year, which could tabulate into a 32% increase in monthly social security benefits.

6 Things We Get Wrong About El Nino | Agweb.com

6 Things We Get Wrong About El Nino | Agweb.com: El Ni�o gets credited or blamed on a wide variety of weather, according to Francesco Fiondella, a science writer at Columbia University.

Land Tracts, Kern County, Calfornia

Several land tracts near wind farms for sale at reasonable prices. Contact us at Robert W. Neill, Jr., Real Estate Broker,662-237-6969 (Landline) 601-519-0075 (Text or Talk) 504-613-0025 (Text or Talk) or via the contact form on this page.

Video: Snowbirds arrive in Destin - Videos - Northwest Florida Daily News - Fort Walton Beach, FL

Video: Snowbirds arrive in Destin - Videos - Northwest Florida Daily News - Fort Walton Beach, FL

Fall red snapper season opens Friday | New Orleans CityBusiness

Fall red snapper season opens Friday | New Orleans CityBusiness: Louisiana’s fall red snapper season will open Friday and run seven days a week until the end of the year or until the state reaches its historic take level.
NOLA.com/The Times-Picayune reports anglers will be restricted to state waters, and may harvest two fish each per day measuring at least 16 inches.
The season in federal waters closed in June, but data collected through the state’s LA Creel Survey program showed anglers brought only 92 percent of their historic take to docks during the 2015 federal and state seasons.

New Orleans Among Top Spots for Millennial Homebuyers, Says CNN Report - Studies - Curbed NOLA

New Orleans Among Top Spots for Millennial Homebuyers, Says CNN Report - Studies - Curbed NOLA: Despite reports of New Orleans' skyrocketing real estate prices and how millennials—who are earning low salaries and are burdened with student debt—can only afford homes unless their parents help them, a report from CNN/Money says that New Orleans is among the top 10 U.S. spots for millennial home buyers.

Chinese company plans to move part production to Memphis

Chinese company plans to move part production to Memphis: A Chinese manufacturer will move output of heat exchangers to Memphis and hire 104 workers for a new Hickory Hill-area plant.

DunAn Precision Inc. of Dallas, an arm of air conditioner maker Zhejiang DunAn Precision Industries Co. Ltd., would move �the production from China, invest about $20 million and save $2.1 million in city and county property taxes.

Deal Aims To Link Canadian Oil, East, Gulf Coast Markets CP NSC - Investors.com

Deal Aims To Link Canadian Oil, East, Gulf Coast Markets CP NSC - Investors.com: The strongest element of demand, and a key factor in Canadian's interest in Norfolk, is rail-oil transport.

Canadian Pacific officials set out goals of a 50% gain in revenue to more than $9 billion in 2018 vs. $6.79 billion this year.

A third of the expected gains would come from oil shipments, they said.

The targets depend on investment in western Canada to increase track speed limits and allow for heavier trains.

How Will the Market Behave This Holiday Season? | Agweb.com

How Will the Market Behave This Holiday Season? | Agweb.com: Last December, the market gave farmers an early holiday gift, as corn prices rallied to the highest level in almost six months. Unfortunately, such generosity is unlikely to happen this holiday season.

“Last year, we had a bit of a different setup,” explained Allendale’s Brian Splitt, speaking on U.S. Farm Report. “The crop was starting to get smaller, and demand was getting bigger, where right now, the crop is still getting bigger. The bean demand was increased (in the last USDA report), but corn demand was decreased, so most likely if we are going to see a rally that is worthwhile, it might be from a change of perception in the U.S. dollar.”

Modern agriculture and soil health are not incompatible | Management content from Southwest Farm Press

Modern agriculture and soil health are not incompatible | Management content from Southwest Farm Press: Modern farmers won’t be going back to draft animals and manual labor to plant and harvest crops, but many of them are reverting to some old techniques to improve or rebuild soil.

“Today’s producers are still pioneers when it comes to soil health,” says Jeff Moen, director of business development for the Noble Foundation at Ardmore, Okla., who spoke at the recent Oklahoma State University Rural Economic Outlook Conference in Stillwater.

2016 Outlook: Can Hay Quality Keep Up with Demand? - Hay/Grass - News | Agweb.com

2016 Outlook: Can Hay Quality Keep Up with Demand? - Hay/Grass - News | Agweb.com: In the past year, the spread between dairy-quality hay, which is alfalfa hay with a relative feed value of 150 or better, and lower-quality hay has been the largest it has ever been—almost a $100 difference this month, according the University of Wisconsin.

2016 Outlook: Higher Milk Prices Are On the Way - Dairy - News | Agweb.com

2016 Outlook: Higher Milk Prices Are On the Way - Dairy - News | Agweb.com: While milk prices are at or just above break-even cost of production levels heading into 2016, there is hope on the horizon.

That’s according to Tim Hunt, an economist and global dairy strategist with Rabobank. Hunt spoke recently at Dairy Today’s Elite Producer Business conference in Las Vegas.

Lower farm prices around the world mean the supply brakes are being applied globally, plus lower world prices are reawakening consumers. The result: “Pricing will likely enter a sustained upward phase in mid-2016,” Hunt says.

Wake Up Call Allendale Advisory Center

Wake Up Call Allendale Advisory Center: Grain markets are a bit higher on short covering and support from outside markets. The US Dollar is lower and crude oil is steady. Traders are waiting for the export sales report later this morning.

With new news being limited and old stories being re-spun corn and soybean markets have not been able to post new lows. Is this a sign of sell the rumors and buy the facts? Cash markets remain firm on increasing basis bids while farmers bin doors are shut.

Fed Presidents speeches yesterday sound like they are preparing the market for a rate increase in Dec. The minutes of the last Fed meeting were released and showed language that suggests the likelihood of a rate hike in December. Will all of the enthusiasm be in the market before the actual rate increase?