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Sunday, February 21, 2016

Jiffy Lube NNN Leased Building, Southeast

5.75% cap rate. Rent bumps. Prime location. Contact Robert W Neill Jr, Real Estate Broker, 662-237-6969 (Landline) 601-519-0075 (Text or Talk)(662) 229-8230 (Text or Talk) or email 

Dollar General NNN Leased Property, Southeast

7% cap rate. New construction Contact Robert W Neill Jr, Real Estate Broker, 662-237-6969 (Landline) 601-519-0075 (Text or Talk)(662) 229-8230 (Text or Talk) or email 

Beautiful Estate Home on Water, Marathon, Florida

Beautiful estate home/retreat. Walled and gated. Private boat dock with direct access to Gulf of Mexico. Long list of amenities. Price is below many similar size homes in the area. Contact Robert W Neill Jr, Real Estate Broker, 662-237-6969 (Landline) 601-519-0075 (Text or Talk)(662) 229-8230 (Text or Talk) or email 

Estate Home on Farm, Yolo County, CA

Beautiful estate home on working farm. Contact Robert W Neill Jr, Real Estate Broker, 662-237-6969 (Landline) 601-519-0075 (Text or Talk)(662) 229-8230 (Text or Talk) or email 

Lot In Silver Lake Area, Los Angeles

Beautiful views. Resonably priced. Contact Robert W Neill Jr, Real Estate Broker, 662-237-6969 (Landline) 601-519-0075 (Text or Talk)(662) 229-8230 (Text or Talk) or email 

Number Of Farms In South Dakota Falls By 400 � WCCO | CBS Minnesota

Number Of Farms In South Dakota Falls By 400 � WCCO | CBS Minnesota: Federal agriculture officials say the number of farms in South Dakota dropped by about 400 last year.

The U.S. Department of Agriculture’s National Agriculture Statistics Service says the number of farms and ranches closed the year at 31,300. That’s down 400 from 2014.

Fewer farms in Kansas may be linked to low grain prices | Local News - Home

Fewer farms in Kansas may be linked to low grain prices | Local News - Home: The number of farms and ranches in Kansas, dropped by 600 in 2015, according to data from the National Agricultural Statistics Service.�

Some Kansas farmers say this year's forecast for low grain prices might be part of the reason behind that change.

Iowa Lost 500 Farms Last Year As Average Farm Size Edges Up

Iowa Lost 500 Farms Last Year As Average Farm Size Edges Up: Iowa lost 500 farms last year, continuing a trend seen in recent years in which there are fewer farms operating and those that remain are becoming larger.

The number of farms in Iowa has fallen about 1.6 percent in the last five years while the average farm size has increased 1.5 percent.

Russia Wants to Increase Agriculture Exports to China, Southeast Asia

Russia Wants to Increase Agriculture Exports to China, Southeast Asia: Russia is interested in�increasing agricultural exports to�China and Southeast Asia, Agriculture Minister Alexander Tkachev said Sunday.

Farm income down to 2002 levels, but declines easing - AgriNews

Farm income down to 2002 levels, but declines easing - AgriNews: Moderate declines in both net cash and farm net income are forecast for 2016.

The U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Economic Research Service reported Feb. 9 that net cash income is expected to fall by 2.5 percent, while net farm income is projected to decline 3 percent this year.

The declines are moderate compared to the 27 percent and 38 percent net cash income and net farm income, respectively, which occurred in 2015.

Net cash farm income is forecast at $90.9 billion, and net farm income is forecast to be $54.8 billion. If realized, 2016 net farm income would be the lowest since 2002, in both real and nominal terms, and a drop of 56 percent from its record high of $123.3 billion in 2013.

Cash receipts are forecast to fall $9.6 billion, 2.5 percent, in 2016, led by a $7.9 billion, 4.3 percent drop in animal and animal product receipts and a $1.6 billion, 0.9 percent decline in crop receipts.

For Russian Farmers, Climate Change Is Nyet So Great : The Salt : NPR

For Russian Farmers, Climate Change Is Nyet So Great : The Salt : NPR: The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration says last month was the warmest January on record. That sets off alarm bells for climate scientists, but for the average person living in a northern climate, it might not sound so bad.

That's what many people are saying these days in Russia, where the expected icy winter has failed to materialize this year – to widespread joy. Of course, any climate scientist will tell you that an unusually warm month — or even a whole warm winter — doesn't mean much. It's the long-term trend that counts.

Avison Young handles $5.3M Okeechobee land sale

Avison Young | Okeechobee | Farmland: Real estate brokerage Avison Young represented the seller of 1,107 undeveloped acres in Okeechobee for $5.3 million.
Avison Young principals Gary Gottlieb and Keith O’Donnell represented the seller, Dry Lake Properties, LLC, in its $5.3 million transaction with the buyer, Mission Farms of Wellington, Inc.

How to survive financial crisis - AgriNews

How to survive financial crisis - AgriNews: Ag economist Nick Paulsen calls the current downside cycle in ag finances an “economic reset.”

For this specialist with the University of Illinois, Paulsen said during the Illinois Soybean Association’s 2016 Soy Summit in Effingham that reviewing and adjusting farm budgets is critical for the next five years.

“During this economic reset, we will see volatility, but it also will present opportunity with much bigger financial risks moving forward,” he said.

Emphasizing that farmers have not experienced an economic reset since the 1980s, the current cycle is on the downside and may not start improving for at least another two years.

What this means for farmers is looking where to save money and assessing opportunities to spend smarter. Based on data from farms in the Illinois Farm Business and Management Association, Paulsen said the likely targets for cost reductions in corn and soybean expenses are seed, machinery and other capital expenses, fertilizers and chemicals and cash rent because they account for the most of the budget.

‘Dream team’ made sale of fabled W.T. Waggoner Ranch a reality | Dallas Morning News

‘Dream team’ made sale of fabled W.T. Waggoner Ranch a reality | Dallas Morning News: Selling the fabled W.T. Waggoner Ranch was the deal that wouldn’t get, couldn’t get done.

But Dallas real estate broker Bernie Uechtritz knew that he could.

Two and a half years ago, the Briggs Freeman Sotheby’s International Realty adviser came up with a Hail Mary marketing plan to keep the 535,000-acre ranch off the auction block.