FCC Farmland Values Report
The 2017 Farmland Values Report provides an annual look at the provincial and regional land value trends across Canada – this year in price per acre. Find land values on our interactive map, download the report and get big picture analysis from our Ag Economics video, blog and webinar.
What did values look like in 2017?
Select a province or region to get the farmland values for that area.
*FCC reference value $/acre.
**The value range represents 90% of the sales in each area and excludes the top and bottom 5%.
Farmland continued steady climb
The average value of Canadian farmland increased 8.4% in 2017, following a gain of 7.9% in 2016.
Although average farmland values have increased every year since 1993, recent increases are less pronounced than the 2011-2015 period that recorded significant average farmland value increases in many different regions.
Are farmland values heating up in your region?
The 2017 FCC Farmland Values Report is out. Nationwide, values are up 8.4%. But what does that mean in your part of the country?
Canadian farmland values trended upward in 2017 driven by the expansion plans of producers and limited amount of land available for sale. For more, see the 2017 FCC Farmland Values Report.
Do the current farmland market valuations make sense? It’s a matter of farm income and interest rates.