Farmland Values Report

The FCC Farmland Values Report provides an annual provincial and national overview of recent land value trends across Canada. Read the 2014 report, gain insight through videos and commentary from ag economic experts and access historical land values.

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2014 Farmland Values Report

Farmland Values Report 2014

Farmland values increase not as steep in 2014

Average farmland values in Canada continued to rise in 2014, but the climb wasn’t as steep as the previous year both nationally and in many key agriculture regions.

Average farmland values showed a 14.3-per-cent increase in 2014, compared to a 22.1-per-cent increase in 2013. The rate of increase also slowed in many key agriculture regions, including Saskatchewan, Alberta, Manitoba, Quebec and Ontario.

Download full 2014 Farmland Values Report PDF (484 KB)
View historical values PDF (102 KB)

Your Guide to Farmland Values

What do the latest farmland values mean for your operation? Make sense of the numbers with a webinar and blog post from the FCC ag economics team.

Webinar: FCC Farmland Values Report

J.P. Gervais | April 20, 2015

FCC Chief Ag Economist J.P. Gervais shares the results of the annual Farmland Values Report and explores how those values compare to last year. He’ll also give insight on what the results and the current global economic trends could mean for your business.

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Canadian farmland values: do the numbers add up?

J.P. Gervais and his team share their insights on the latest farmland values in the FCC Ag Economist blog.

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Taking interest rates and regional prices into account, hear why FCC Chief Ag Economist J.P. Gervais thinks farmland values could be moving towards more moderate increases in Canada.

Your Guide to Farmland Values

What do the latest farmland values mean for your operation? Make sense of the numbers with videos, blog posts and webinars from the FCC ag economics team.

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