2016 FCC Farmland Values Report

The 2016 FCC Farmland Values Report provides an annual overview of provincial and national land value trends across Canada. Read the latest report and get more context with our video, webinar and blog.

Canada's farmland values lost steam in 2016

Canada’s farmland values showed an average increase of 7.9 % in 2016, compared to a 10.1% increase in 2015 and a 14.3 % increase in 2014.

“The impact of some of the key farmland value drivers appear to be fairly consistent across Canada,” said J.P. Gervais, FCC Chief Agricultural Economist. “Levelling out of commodity prices and some challenging weather conditions may have taken some of the steam out of farmland values and hopefully this moderating effect will turn into a trend.”

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For even more context on 2016 farmland values, read the blog, attend the live webinar and watch the video.

Blog - 2016 farmland values in Canada: 3 things you should know

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Webinar - FCC presents: 2016 Farmland Values Report

Recorded on Tuesday, April 18th

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Video - FCC Farmland Values: Looking at the numbers